“You know, I think we may be too intellectual for this paper.”
“Doctor, it’s the Times.”
“There you are, then.”
“What happened here?”
“Look up. Once the clouds have parted, then you’ll see.”
“See what? What am I looking for? Is that…”
“Nothing. Literally nothing. The anomaly has been consuming everything in its path, light, matter, time, all of it’s been devoured. Even the timelines have been distended…a black hole, growing larger by the moment.”
It’s been quite some time since I’ve approached the series known as Gallifrey.
Today we’ll be discussing the first of a quadrilogy of non-canonical adventures of the gaslight duo – or perhaps more to the point, those falling outside the official Big Finish Jago & Litefoot range.
First up (though technically last in both recording and continuity), is the Justice of Jalxar, a Fourth Doctor Adventure from this past March notable for reuniting the legendary Tom Baker (generally accepted as THE Doctor by generations of Whovians) with his erstwhile one-time companions at a remove of nearly 40 years (!)