Wasn't it just?
What might have happened if the Master had discovered the Valeyard's little project? It's a good question, but a better one might be why does he keep regenerating?
Obviously I know the answer to that one, but I'd love to hear what you guys think about that...
Anyway, I've been putting it off but at some point I should really tell you what I thought of the Angels take Manhattan:
I didn't hate it, but like anything that has that kind of hype and build up it could never live up to expectations. I don't buy the finality of the whole scenario, Rose was left in a much more isolated situation and she came back. We'll see the Ponds again, just as soon as the Doctor realises he could just hire a car and drive to Manhattan from any other state or pick the Ponds up a few years into their exile.
I still maintain that I would have enjoyed this episode an awful lot more if we hadn't known how it was going to end. Which is why I'm not spilling about the Master or the Continuity Wars.
Hartnell's wig from last week seems to have generated quite a bit of positive response as well as his own twitter account. Don't worry, we haven't seen the last of this particular character (is that the right word, should I say prop?), 2nd Fade and myself have some plans ahead. But before I get onto them I really need to finish writing the Christmas Special for this year, especially given that I received the three of the first few pages in my Inbox this week. They all look fantastic, but you'll need to wait to see them.
In other news it appears a former member of the Who cast and a man very much still involved in the Who community dipped his toe into a certain reality program this week. I don't watch it so I can't really comment. However Jim has taken time to provide us with credits to this weeks strip in homage to the man. Very retro.
However it goes without saying that all of us here at In Print wish him the best of luck in this particular trial. Just watch out for men in black....
I need to go sleep now but before I go there's just enough time to remind you all that we're still on Twitter and Facebook, feel free to follow and like us there.