Monday, 26 January 2009

"The way is open! Enter and EXTERMINATE!"

Sub Zero - Episode 2

The Doctor begins to unravel the mystery of the 'doors in the ice', realising that is by no means the first time they have swallowed a ship in this area... Deciding they don't have a moment to lose if they are going to rescue the rest of the missing submariners, the Doctor and Lt. Davis procure a plane belonging to the base and head for the area where the sub disappeared.

Meanwhile, while they're away, 'ghostly' apparitions of what should be long dead sailors move against the unsuspecting research scientists, fooling them into opening the main doors of the base to allow their evil masters access so that their conquest of the Earth can finally begin...

Sunday, 18 January 2009

"Jumping Jehosophat! Who in the name of...?"

Sub Zero - Episode 1

Back this week with a brand new adventure... this time, the 3rd Doctor is up against his favourite foe in glorious technicolour! This is the first of a Dalek trilogy of stories from the Countdown/TV Action years that are loosely linked together. A US Navy nuclear submarine goes missing while patroling the Antarctic and the only escaping survivor manages to stagger to the nearest outpost of civilisation - a weather research station, which by chance is being visited by the Doctor. When the frost bitten sub mariner collapses into the Doctor's arms muttering about the USS Jefferson disappearing into 'doors in the ice', the Doctor's suspicion is aroused - greater forces than those of Earth are at work here, but who?

Sunday, 11 January 2009

The Doctor has failed! This ship will be his tomb!

Return of the Daleks - Episode 8

That's right readers, it's the end of the line for the Dalek sphere, thanks to some trigger happy mutants blasting at the Doctor and Sarah-Jane's reflection on the surface of the cooling system. All hell breaks loose as the ship begins to plummet into the surface of the sun and it soon becomes a desperate race to get off the ship before it melts down...
The supreme Dalek decides to abandon ship (after an aborted attempt to pull away from the sun's gravity) via their newly constructed Tardis fleet. However, surprize surprize, the Cirenium ore was a ruse on the Doctor's part and one by one the tardises explode on take off. The Doctor and Sarah-Jane race back to the real Tardis in a desperate attempt to get off the dying ship, but without time to fit the Biseetyl rods, it looks like our heroes are doomed...

Don't miss this gripping conclusion!

Sunday, 4 January 2009

"Perhaps you'd like to do a little modelling?"

Return of the Daleks - Episode 7.
If a strange man with a bag of sweeties asks you if you are interested in doing some modelling, you'd tell an adult, right? Not Sarah-Jane Smith. she's happy to go along with anything the Doctor requests, which is just as well, as he claims to be hatching a plan to put an end to the Daleks' plans of galactic domination... so the tension mounts as the mutant meanies close in with cries of "Exterminate!" Shazar returns to the Dalek ship with the required Cirenium but minus his Dalek escorts (they were zapped by the Time Lords last week, remember?) the Daleks don't bat a dome lid at this suspicous turn of events, but then, they're busy trying to locate the Doctor. Of course, Shazar knows exactly where he is, (he's read the script) and so leads the hapless metal morons straight to our heroes... as the Daleks close in, it looks like the end... and it is -next week! Don't miss the heart stopping conclusion!

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