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July 21st, 2017 4 comments

Titan Comics The Lost Dimension #7 ( Special Issue #2)

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The truth behind the unforgettable journey of Jenny, the Doctor’s daughter, revealed!

How did the Fourth Doctor get entangled in the machinations of the void?
And River Song goes her own way, even as the universe falls apart around her!

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  • Doctor Stu

    July 21st, 2017 - 7:22pm

    This is the kind of thing that needs to be solved on tv, same with the time war not as comics. It’s annoying when the comics and audio books can think of better material than the show writers

    • Anonymous

      July 21st, 2017 - 7:27pm

      that’s because they have better writers who actually like to keep track of continuity.

    • Anonymous

      July 21st, 2017 - 9:44pm

      There’s a huge difference between media. Television will always be restrained by its budget.

    • James Newbery

      August 27th, 2017 - 7:04pm

      I agree with the previous comment in the sense that there is a difference between the media, but the difference is not due to budget but rather the target audience.

      The target audience for the TV show is much wider- i.e- the writers are not solely catering for hardcore fans. Therefore, if the writers of the TV show spend too much time keeping track of continuity and bringing back characters for the past, solely to please the fanbase, you would alienate about 70% of the audience (i.e- non-hardcore fans) from watching.

      Furthermore, I would argue that it is much harder to be original as a writer than it is to continue using past threads from previous stories, therefore often, the more original you are as a writer, the better you are. A story like Blink or Midnight works so well not because it satisfies the fans by bringing back characters from the past, but because it is ORIGINAL.

      You need to remember- writers are writing a high quality TV drama. If Doctor Who failed to keep coming up with exciting innovative ideas, it would have died a death a long time ago.
      And the last time producers and writers made the program to please the fanbase, Doctor Who died a death (aka the 1980s), so it is actually in your best interests for the writers to come up with new ideas rather than constantly bringing characters from previous storylines.

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