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New Who Review: “The Name of the Doctor”

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Crossing one’s own timeline is a cardinal sin for a time traveler. Walking over one’s grave even worse. So when The Doctor is forced to do that…

The Name Of The Doctor

by Steven Moffat

Directed by Saul Metzstein

Re-appearing after its defeat a year previous, The Great Intelligence forces The Doctor to the location of his grave, wherein is hidden the physical manifestation of his timeline, a map of his life, which in the hands of the wrong people could be used to re-write his life. The Intelligence chooses to do so, at the cost of its own existence. The only way to save The Doctor, and all the good works he did, is with another sacrifice.

Emotionally, the episode worked exceedingly well. We got a solid River Song story, one where we finally see The Doctor admit his feeling for her. But narratively, we’re very
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Comic Book Release List – Week of October 10, 2012

The following is a list of all comic books, graphic novels and special items that will be available this week and shipped to comic book stores who have placed orders for them.

12-gauge Comics

Anti #2 (Of 4), $3.99

3D Total Publishing

Digital Painting Techniques Volume 4 Sc, $49.99

Aam Markosia

Lexian Chronicles Omnibus Gn, $39.99

Long Gone Gn, $15.99

Sleaze Castle Etcetera Volume 1 Incomplete Final Cut Gn (not verified by Diamond), $49.99


Star Wars Art Illustration Hc (Limited Edition), Ar

AC Comics

Men Of Mystery #87, $29.95

Ace Books

Patricia Briggs Cry Wolf Volume 1 Alpha And Omega Tp (not verified by Diamond), $22.95

Action Lab Entertainment

Order Of Dagonet #1, $4.99

Alterna Comics

Blood For Stone Gn, $9.99

Horror In The West Gn, $9.99

Amp! Comics For Kids

Lio Volume 1 There’s A Monster In My Socks Tp, $9.99

Anarchy Comics

Dark Revelation #2 (Of 3), $3.99

Antarctic Press

Gold Digger Halloween Special #8 (2012), $3.99

Steampunk Halloween 2012 #1, $3.50

Archie Comics

Kevin Keller #5 (Dan Parent Variant Cover), $2.99

Kevin Keller #5 (Dan Parent
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DVD Review: The Complete Adrian Mole

Adrian Mole topically comments “everyone is swept along on a tide of patriotic fervour”, in keeping with the current Jubilee frenzy, making it the perfect time to finally release Peter Sasdy’s TV adaptation of Sue Townsend’s legendary books.

The Complete Adrian Mole begins with The Secret Diary and Adrian tragically discovering a spot on his chin on the first day of the New Year. Each episode starts with shots of Adrian writing his diary, moaning and asking a rhetorical question. From his first wet dream to him having his tonsils out, his voice breaking and a holiday in Skegness, those who fondly remember the original books will be pleased to be reunited with old character favourites. Pandora is introduced in episode one as the new girl who sits next to him in Geography who is “alright”. Adrian matter-of-factly reflects he “might fall in love with her” as “it
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