Doctor Who: The Vengeance of Morbius

Doctor Who: The Vengeance of Morbius

Nicholas Briggs / Feb 20, 2020

Doctor Who The Vengeance of Morbius The richest man in the galaxy has just bought a backwards planet with no obvious mineral wealth in the outer reaches of the universe An obscure mystical sect has been revived after centuries of neglec

  • Title: Doctor Who: The Vengeance of Morbius
  • Author: Nicholas Briggs
  • ISBN: 9781844353118
  • Page: 176
  • Format: Audio CD
  • The richest man in the galaxy has just bought a backwards planet with no obvious mineral wealth in the outer reaches of the universe An obscure mystical sect has been revived after centuries of neglect A new race of aliens are hunting for prey Why As the Doctor and Lucie attempt to discover the answer, it becomes clear that someone is attempting to resurrect the past The richest man in the galaxy has just bought a backwards planet with no obvious mineral wealth in the outer reaches of the universe An obscure mystical sect has been revived after centuries of neglect A new race of aliens are hunting for prey Why As the Doctor and Lucie attempt to discover the answer, it becomes clear that someone is attempting to resurrect the past and they need a Time Lord to help them achieve it.

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      • Nicholas Briggs

        Nicholas Briggs is a British actor and writer, predominantly associated with the BBC science fiction television series Doctor Who and its various spin offs Some of Briggs earliest Doctor Who related work was as host of The Myth Makers, a series of made for video documentaries produced in the 1980s and 1990s by Reeltime Pictures in which Briggs interviews many of the actors and writers involved in the series When Reeltime expanded into producing original dramas, Briggs wrote some stories and acted in others, beginning with War Time, the first unofficial Doctor Who spin off, and Myth Runner, a parody of Blade Runner showcasing bloopers from the Myth Makers series built around a loose storyline featuring Briggs as a down on his luck private detective in the near future.He wrote and appeared in several made for video dramas by BBV, including the third of the Stranger stories, In Memory Alone opposite former Doctor Who stars Colin Baker and Nicola Bryant He also wrote and appeared in a non Stranger BBV production called The Airzone Solution 1993 and directed a documentary film, Stranger than Fiction 1994.Briggs has directed many of the Big Finish Productions audio plays, and has provided Dalek, Cybermen, and other alien voices in several of those as well He has also written and directed the Dalek Empire and Cyberman audio plays for Big Finish In 2006, Briggs took over from Gary Russell as executive producer of the Big Finish Doctor Who audio range.Briggs co wrote a Doctor Who book called The Dalek Survival Guide Since Doctor Who returned to television in 2005, Briggs has provided the voices for several monsters, most notably the Daleks and the Cybermen Briggs also voiced the Nestene Consciousness in the 2005 episode Rose , and recorded a voice for the Jagrafess in the 2005 episode The Long Game however, this was not used in the final episode because it was too similar to the voice of the Nestene Consciousness He also provided the voices for the Judoon in both the 2007 and 2008 series On 9 July 2009, Briggs made his first appearance in the Doctor Who spin off Torchwood in the serial Children of Earth, playing Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Secretary Rick Yates.


    445 Comments


    1. There's such a difference between Nicholas Briggs' writing and some of the other audio writers. He knows what he's doing and the story doesn't feel like a throwaway. The pacing is just right. Really, really liked this second half, continuing on from Sisters of The Flame.


    2. The basics are good, taking up the story of Morbius and the Sisters of Karn, and following on from the Gallifrey depicted in the previous Eight/Lucie season, with a strong showing by Nickolas Grace as the guest baddie. But there wasn't really enough story for a two-parter; and I thought it was a bit feeble not to allow Lucie some closure on her relationship with the Doctor. The ending is a pretty massive cliffhanger.


    3. This one picked up right where Sisters Of The Flame left off. It rather quickly answered most questions left over from that story, then progressed. It kept me interested and didn't feel rushed, but it could have used a bit more story.


    4. Continuing on from the cliffhanger in Sisters of the FlameMORBIUS! AHHAHAHAHH!This may be some of the strongest Big Finish ever produced. EVER.And then that cliffhanger dun dun DUNNNNNN!For our full review, see travelingthevortex/?p=8194


    5. Classic baddie, great supporting characters, Time Lords, great story, Lucie running wild and a nice season ending cliff hanger. A good one.




    6. It's always nice to see the Time Lords and Gallifrey, though this did kinda just make me miss all the politics of the Gallifrey audio series. This was very well acted and the end was brilliant.


    7. this one and Sisters Of The Flame should have been one big story rather than two short parts with a cliffhanger. I enjoyed this return to Karn.


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