My copy just arrived. For a story co-written by a scientist the resolution is unexplained, the stuff of fantasy.
Dad brought it for me as an early birthday present. Im going to one on tuesday and really want to get it in person so i know it wont get damaged in the post! Good Luck to the 10,000 Lucky people who get one.
Still, Timothy Dalton plays Rassilon. Individually numbered and boasting six DVDs with over 1000 minutes of Doctor Who footage, it brings together every Doctor's regeneration episode: Previously unreleased on DVD, The Tenth Planet is presented here with the other regeneration stories though no extras , and episode four is entirely animated to complete one of the more important stories in the show's history.
Matt Smith. Only link from image hosting websites like Photobucket or Flickr. Plus we have thousands of Daleks horribly killing a cuss-ton of people.
Twitter Tweets by doctorwhosite. Mine arrived fine.
There's something inherently odd about the concept of a Doctor Who coffee-table-style DVD compendium, as if those people who wear hats indoors have been identified as an untapped market ready and willing to critically examine Time and the Rani as a Kierkegaardian polemic.
With hindsight, the Sixth Doctor shouldn't have had a regeneration story, but I imagine it felt necessary, the legacy taking priority. Item limited to max quantity of 5000.
It's an immensely satisfying conclusion to the Ninth. Time and the Rani has The Horns of Nimon 's correlation between entertainment and wine consumption, but it lacks a good central concept and feels like it should be momentous due to the regeneration.
Why would he lie? Mine came damaged.