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Christopher H. Bidmead

Forfatter af Doctor Who: Logopolis

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Værker af Christopher H. Bidmead

Doctor Who: Logopolis (1982) 309 eksemplarer
Doctor Who: Castrovalva (1983) 309 eksemplarer
Doctor Who: Frontios (1984) 227 eksemplarer
Renaissance of the Daleks (2007) — Forfatter — 32 eksemplarer
Doctor Who: New Beginnings (3-in-1 videorecording) (2007) — Screenwriter — 29 eksemplarer
Doctor Who: Logopolis [TV serial] (2007) — Screenwriter — 24 eksemplarer
Doctor Who: Castrovalva [TV serial] (2007) — Screenwriter — 23 eksemplarer
The Hollows of Time (2010) — Forfatter — 22 eksemplarer
Doctor Who: Frontios [DVD] (2011) — Writer — 20 eksemplarer

Associated Works

In●Vision: Season 17 Overview (1993) — Contributor "The Script Editor's Guide to the Doctor Who Galaxy" — 2 eksemplarer

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This is actually quite a good one.
Lokileest | 5 andre anmeldelser | Apr 2, 2024 |
Logopolis, the last Tom Baker adventure is a classic Doctor Who story. The book faithfully follows the tv episode so I liked the thing here I liked there and vice versa (I`m looking at you Watcher).
TheCrow2 | 5 andre anmeldelser | May 6, 2021 |
Doctor Who fans know that the TARDIS takes the shape of a British police box because of a broken chameleon circuit; it’s supposed to be able to take any shape, but the circuit got stuck in its most recognizable form. Determined to fix the problem, the Fourth Doctor and Adric go to Logopolis, a planet with astounding powers of mathematical calculation, to get the chameleon circuit fixed. But then the Master has to show up…

This is notable as the story that introduces Tegan and features the Fourth Doctor’s regeneration into the Fifth Doctor. It’s a delightfully weird story filled with scientific and mathematical technobabble. The novelization was pretty good, although perhaps lacking a final proofread (“pouring over documents”, “led” being spelled “lead”, etc.). Recommended for fans of the show.… (mere)
rabbitprincess | 5 andre anmeldelser | Aug 9, 2018 |
The Fourth Doctor has just regenerated into the Fifth, but unfortunately this regeneration doesn’t seem to be taking. He needs peace, calm, simplicity…these things can be found on the un-complex planet of Castrovalva. But the Master is not about to let the Doctor get away that easily. Will the Doctor survive, with or without the assistance of Nyssa, Tegan, and Adric?

This is a novelization of the TV story of the same name, and I think it helps to have seen the story, especially at the end. The effects get pretty trippy in the show, and it would be more of a challenge to imagine in print if you hadn’t seen it. Nyssa and Tegan get to do a fair bit in this story, and the plot may be predictable but is still good fun. The novelization is reasonably done and will tick the Doctor Who box for you if that’s what you’re after.… (mere)
rabbitprincess | 4 andre anmeldelser | Jul 13, 2018 |


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