'It appears that IDW's "Doctor Who" series may well fall foul of licensing issues and won't make it to the UK - sacrilege! So, it's another trip to the grey market, or wait for Marvel Panini to reprint them under their UK licence.'
Last Edit: Nov 12, 2007 21:47:39 GMT by The Doctor
"I used to think it was a terrible thing that life was so unfair. Then I thought, 'what if life were fair, and all of the terrible things that happen to us came because we really deserved them?' Now I take great comfort in the general unfairness and hostility of the universe." — Marcus Cole, Babylon 5 — A Late Delivery from Avalon
I though that was what I had heard (thought it had been garbled by the noise from outside). Odd to think that by that definition Moffat and I are of the same vintage (I'm not sure if that makes me feel old or young).
As i say, I don't watch Dr. Who that much, but i recently thoroughly enjoyed an episode where the Doctor and Billy Piper were being chased by infected human clones. There were these cat-nuns and a big floaty head which made me chuckle aplenty. Good times.
Must pick up the "In their own words". I've stopped getting DWM generally but I do make an exception for some of the specials.
I wasn't able to see "An Unearthly Child" on Friday sadly - my sister was up visiting and there were other things on the agenda. But there was Who watched - my sister was just finishing off "Resurrection of the Daleks" when I came home from work.