February 11th, 2005


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2005/02/11 18:02:00 - Three Doctor Who books

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userinfo sheffers
2005/02/11 20:58:53
Do you think they might start releasing Ninth Doctor Adventures as soon as Ecclestone's tenure comes to a crashing end?

Actually, that raises a point - what about the Richard E. Grant webcast Doctor? Is he the Ninth Doctor in reality and should there be spinoff books about him?
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2005/02/11 21:33:54
No, they're going to start releasing NDAs as soon as Ecclestone's tenure starts. There's some cover-art online somewhere that Stark was showing us the other day.
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userinfo sheffers
2005/02/12 13:42:32
Well, they'll have to tightly control the storylines, lest more alternate timelines start, surely.
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2005/02/12 13:44:29
I suspect that they'll be novelisations, rather than new novels, at least to start with.
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2005/02/14 14:29:42
The NDA's will be aimed at a younger readership I'm told, a bit more like the Target books of yore. There are plans for a more adult series if it all goes well.
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(Anonymous)
2005/02/12 13:39:48
The REG Doctor has been consigned to the growing pile of alternative realities along with the "Curse of Fatal Death" Doctors and ther "Unbound" Doctors. There was a spinoff "Scream of the Shalka" novel, but I don't think there'll be any more.

(S)
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userinfo sheffers
2005/02/12 13:43:23
Shame, I think REG should have got the TV gig fulltime. Dressed like Withnail.
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