|The DisContinuity Guide
by Paul Cornell, Martin Day and Keith Topping
In anticipation of the premier of the BBC’s new run of Doctor Who on Saturday, I picked up The DisContinuity Guide: The Unofficial Doctor Who Companion.
The book is a great nitpicker’s guide to the twenty-six seasons of Doctor Who episodes, detailing each and every episode, the fluffs, mistakes and outright contradictions in a loving manner that only a true fan would appreciate.
Like the title suggests, this is a great companion read as you break out your collection of old VHS or DVD Doctor Who episodes and relive a bit of the time-traveling magic that made the series so much silly fun.