Doctor Who: Red Right Hand – Episode Four

4. Vexes and Vexation “Never heard of such a thing,” Captain Light replied gruffly. “And besides, the TDI spans universes, there are bound to be plenty of things they’re into that I’ve no business knowing.” “I would think the ability to create miniature universes from scratch would be difficult to conceal. That’s a lot of … Continue reading Doctor Who: Red Right Hand – Episode Four

Doctor Who: Red Right Hand – Episode One

So, against all odds, I’m suddenly addicted to kaiju films. I’m seriously considering starting a global art movement where you splice Raymond Burr into everything. It’s randomness – nothing to do with this at all. But, where else am I going to memorialize Post-modern Rayburrinsertionism? Anyway, back to the episode. I very nearly rewrote several … Continue reading Doctor Who: Red Right Hand – Episode One

Doctor Who: Red Right Hand – Episode Three

Keep on low heat until the plot thickens. — 3. Departures and Arrivals After narrowly defusing a further confrontation with Captain Light, Amy and Rory showed the Doctor some of the exhibits that had interested them the most. Most of the things they found fascinating were child’s play to the Doctor. Where they expected him … Continue reading Doctor Who: Red Right Hand – Episode Three

Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Prime Machine – Epilogue

I’ve written a lot of science fiction – deliberately, in most cases, in an attempt to master the various “standard” sci-fi formulas. I’ve done time travel, parallel universes, alien invasion, virtual reality, temporal paradox, exploration, artificial intelligence, etc. This story needed an alien, just for a moment, and so I found myself in a position … Continue reading Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Prime Machine – Epilogue