I won’t deny it, I really enjoy the ideas of parallel realities, distant dimensions, entire planes of existence, and so on and so forth. It’s one of the things that initially got me into comic books, as well as games such as Dungeons & Dragons (because Planescape is awesome.) Truly, all forms of reality are at your finger tips with your imagination as the only possible restraint. So with that, here’s some reasons why I would encourage the creation of a multiverse, whether for roleplaying games or for writing something else entirely.
There were so many pictures to choose from, but I didn’t want to spoil the episode BEFORE the review began, now did I?
Series 8 has been a series of change, while having a lot of familiarity. On one hand, we witnessed the start of a new Doctor, a new personality, new sides to established characters, and new twists and turns. While some of these aspects of the current series have been better than others, I can safely say that the season hasn’t produced an absolute dud! That said, I’m still quite divided on the season finale, even more so than “Into the Forest of Fear” (which I’ll still declare as the low point of the season.) Now, was the two-parter good regardless of my uncertainly towards it? We’ll just have to take a trip through space and time to find out, now won’t we?
WARNING: This review contains spoilers on both episodes of the Series 8 Finale of Doctor Who.
Please pardon the lateness, I’ve been really excited to do a review of the Doctor Who season premiere, hence why things are posted a bit later than usual.
Deep Breath Poster by Timelockgraphics.
Back around Christmas 2013, we saw Matt Smith’s incarnation of the Doctor leave as tides of change returned once more. And with it, we saw a new face. At the end of the episode, we got a taste of the “12th Doctor” played by Peter Capaldi. While his “Attack Eyebrows” made a cameo in the special from a month prior to that, we didn’t know much about him. We’ve seen many trailers of the premier as well as teasers for his new wardrobe. (3 + 9 = 12!) But, it wasn’t as satisfying as finally sitting down and watching the count down to the new episode; a new adventure for a new doctor!