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Enlightenment - Issue 168This Issue contains…Chronic FatigueCameron Dixon tries to discuss spoilers without giving too much away.WhoLineThe latest news from the worlds of Doctor Who.Crater of NeedlesGian-Luca di Rocco pays tribute to Caroline John and Mary Tamm, who played not the Doctor’s companions, but his assistants.Season 2012 ReviewsEric Briggs examines Asylum of the Daleks, and asks whether Nazis dance.Block TransfersJulie Chaston reviews Dinosaurs on a Spaceship. When exactly does it take place for the Doctor…?Clockwork AntiquariaJ.M. Frey argues that Doctor Who embodies the essence of the Steampunk aesthetic.Season 2012 ReviewsGreg McElhatton shows no mercy when it comes to dissecting A Town Called Mercy.Love & MonstersDeborah Stanish loved The Power of Three. Well, she would have, if not for the story…LionHeartedDavid J. Lamb asks why the villains we’ve had since 2005 aren’t as immediately memorable as those of the classic series.Fluid LinksRobert Smith? plays the music, lights the lights, and gets things started in his review for The Angels Take Manhattan.The Tempered SchismPeter McAlpine pays tribute to one of the Doctor’s longest-running companions, Bernice Summerfield, on the occasion of her 20th anniversary.The Land of FictionGraeme Burk reviews three DVDs from the Sylvester McCoy era: Dragonfire, The Happiness Patrol, and The Greatest Show in the Galaxy. Also, DVD reviews of The Ambassadors of Death, The Android Invasion and The Seeds of Doom; the Seventh Doctor travels solo in the Big Finish monthly range; the Fourth Doctor’s first audio season concludes with Trail of the White Worm and The Oseidon Adventure; three lost Colin Baker stories make their way to audio; and, reviews of Who is the Doctor and Volume 1 of The Official Doctor Who Fan Club.
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Enlightenment - Issue 168

This Issue contains…

Chronic Fatigue
Cameron Dixon tries to discuss spoilers without giving too much away.

WhoLine
The latest news from the worlds of Doctor Who.

Crater of Needles
Gian-Luca di Rocco pays tribute to Caroline John and Mary Tamm, who played not the Doctor’s companions, but his assistants.

Season 2012 Reviews
Eric Briggs examines Asylum of the Daleks, and asks whether Nazis dance.

Block Transfers
Julie Chaston reviews Dinosaurs on a Spaceship. When exactly does it take place for the Doctor…?

Clockwork Antiquaria
J.M. Frey argues that Doctor Who embodies the essence of the Steampunk aesthetic.

Season 2012 Reviews
Greg McElhatton shows no mercy when it comes to dissecting A Town Called Mercy.

Love & Monsters
Deborah Stanish loved The Power of Three. Well, she would have, if not for the story…

LionHearted
David J. Lamb asks why the villains we’ve had since 2005 aren’t as immediately memorable as those of the classic series.

Fluid Links
Robert Smith? plays the music, lights the lights, and gets things started in his review for The Angels Take Manhattan.

The Tempered Schism
Peter McAlpine pays tribute to one of the Doctor’s longest-running companions, Bernice Summerfield, on the occasion of her 20th anniversary.

The Land of Fiction
Graeme Burk reviews three DVDs from the Sylvester McCoy era: Dragonfire, The Happiness Patrol, and The Greatest Show in the Galaxy. Also, DVD reviews of The Ambassadors of Death, The Android Invasion and The Seeds of Doom; the Seventh Doctor travels solo in the Big Finish monthly range; the Fourth Doctor’s first audio season concludes with Trail of the White Worm and The Oseidon Adventure; three lost Colin Baker stories make their way to audio; and, reviews of Who is the Doctor and Volume 1 of The Official Doctor Who Fan Club.

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(via http://dwin.org/home/enlightenment/article/issue_168)

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