Monthly Archives: September 2010

Dr. Whodunit best?

Considering how long Dr. Who has been around (almost fifty years!), I can’t believe I just heard the name for the first time about a week ago. Even though I’ve gotten a little taste of the story through four different media forms, … Continue reading

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Number Three: Storytelling in Doctor Who

For me, the least satisfying media platform for storytelling was a tie between the audio drama and the computer game, though I honestly wish they weren’t. I’ll discuss the audio drama first. I think one of the reasons that I … Continue reading

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First things first, but not necessarily in that order.

Out of the different Doctor Who storytelling mediums we consumed in class there is no question that I found Charles Cecil and Anwen Aspden’s videogame Doctor Who: Blood of the Cybermen the absolute worst of the four. The game itself … Continue reading

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Viva La Resistance (Comic by Kevin Sheil)

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Learning Pixton (Comic by Nathan Gregory)

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Rock Concert (Comic by Harry Yu)

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404: Sanity Not Found (Comic by Shep McAllister)

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