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After a strange cat steps on the TARDIS controls, the Doctor and Tamsin find themselves on Edgar Allan Poe world.
With Nevermore, Alan Barnes set out to write a gothic horror story in the style of the Hinchcliffe and Holmes era of the mid-1970s. They mined works of literature and horror movies to create a golden age of Doctor Who, stories such as Pyramids of Mars, based on the Hammer film The Mummy, The Brain of Morbius, based on Frankenstein, and The Talons of Weng Chiang – a mash up of Sherlock Holmes and Fu-Manchu are rightly considered classics. Channelling Edgar Allan Poe is an idea that seems a natural fit for Doctor Who, unfortunately, it’s possible to take a great idea too far.
A good story needs to have a coherent internal logic, however in Nevermore the Poe motif is taken so far it makes its setting unbelievable. The overall plot demonstrates this; a war criminal, Morella Wendigo, has detonated a biological weapon which transforms a planet's atmosphere into a mist called the Red Death (The Masque of the Red Death). The Planet’s name has been changed to Nevermore (The Raven), Wendigo’s guardians are giant robotic ravens who quote Poe. The man who designed the prison, Senior Prosecutor Uglosi, is the galaxy’s biggest Edgar Allan Poe fan, so much so that’s he’s even developed a fear of cats (The Black Cat). It’s just ridiculous and needed someone at Big Finish to make Barnes dial back on the concept.
It’s a shame because there are some really intense scenes in the play that show what a great fit Poe is for Doctor Who. When Tamsin gets caught in the Red Death at the start of the play, listening to her choke is horrible. Then there’s scenes where the Doctor and Tamsin are tortured by hypnotic suggestion, the Doctor believing he’s about to be sliced open by a giant pendulum (The Pit and the Pendulum) and Tamsin is convinced she’s been buried alive (The Premature Burial).
Nevermore is our first opportunity to get to know Tamsin. She comes across as very cocky, ignoring the Doctor’s instructions and almost getting herself killed. She tries hard to be funny even putting on a fake German accent and saying “Ve have vays of making you talk”. Lucie Miller felt like a companion who was much cleverer than she appeared, whereas with Tamsin the opposite feels true.
The Doctor is in a period of history he knows well, being fully aware of Wendigo and her crime. It feels right that he has no time for someone who committed genocide, but there’s a dreadful moment when he says to Wendigo that “I would rather break bread with Pol Pot.” Comparing a fictional villain to Pol Pot, who was responsible for the death of a quarter of Cambodia’s population, and finding in his favour is wrong on every single level.
The other characters are mixed, Uglosi’s main characterisation is that he’s a massive admirer of Edgar Allan Poe – this would be like defining us just based upon us being massive Doctor Who fans, I don’t spend all of my days talking about and quoting from the programme (although I have called my daughter Romana!).
Wendigo is introduced in an interesting way getting the better of a bitchy conversation with Tamsin and then seeing through the Doctor’s lies, but she fades into the background partly as a result of having the same accent as Berenice (a name taken from another Poe story). Berenice is played by Emilia Fox who is a massive star of British TV known for playing very English types so it seems a waste having her adopt an American accent.
As we discover more about the world, we find out that a rogue Time Lord interfered in events leading to Wendigo using the biological weapon. The Time Lords send the Doctor to clear up their mess, using a strange cat to pilot the ship to Nevermore. Except the Doctor doesn’t really do anything to resolve the situation so it feels a bit like Barnes has used the Time Lords as a catch all to cover up plot holes. We need to get the Doctor to the planet – Time Lords, what causes the red death – Time Lords.
Nevermore is really atmospheric, and Edgar Allan Poe should be a perfect fit for Doctor Who, but Alan Barnes hasn’t looked at what made Holmes and Hinchcliffe stories great, take a motif – Mummies, Egyptian Tombs, possession and apply that to science fiction. Making Nevermore a tick list of Edgar Allan Poe stories has missed the point. (4/10)
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Something good (and something bad) about every Third and Fourth Doctor story

A few months ago, I made a post (link here) where I named one good thing and one bad thing about every episode of 1960s Doctor Who. Since I have finished Logopolis, it's time for a second edition where I go through every Pertwee and Baker story!
-51. Spearhead From Space: 6/10
Good: Does a great job of setting of the stage for the new era of the show.
Bad: The plot itself is nothing spectacular - sort of a watered down Web of Fear. Maybe the Autons would have been creepier if I were seeing them for the first time?
-52. The Silurians: 9/10
Good: The first story to suggest humanity as a whole aren't necessarily the unequivocal "good guys".
Bad: Some wildly inaccurate statements about earth history, including implication that the moon arrived after great apes.
-53. The Ambassadors of Death: 6/10
Good: Liz shattering the damsel-in-distress cliche when she is captured.
Bad: Carrington's plans make absolutely no sense.
-54. Inferno: 7/10
Good: Fantastic use of sound effects.
Bad: Stahlman is a boring archetype we've seen before.
-55. Terror of the Autons: 6/10
Good: Introduces three recurring characters, something not seen since An Unearthly Child and not seen again until Rose.
Bad: The scene where the inflatable chair eats a man.
-56. The Mind of Evil: 8/10
Good: The thoughtful and fitting conclusion, which implies that everyone has at least some evil impulses.
Bad: The ways in which the mind parasite kills people get less interesting as the story goes on.
-57. The Claws of Axos: 4/10
Good: Any scene with the Master and the Doctor together.
Bad: The costumes look like rejects from an Italian restaurant themed haunted house.
-58. Colony in Space: 5/10
Good: Well acted, well paced, and interesting.
Bad: Two separate stories that have virtually nothing to do with each other are for some reason smushed together.
-59. The Dæmons: 4/10 (Blasphemy, I know)
Good: Any time the Doctor insults superstition. Also, at the end when Yates asks the Brig to dance.
Bad: The Daemons have been around for all of human history and Jo was the first one to do something selfless? And just seeing it actually destroyed the Daemon? What???
-60. Day of the Daleks: 7/10
Good: Explains some of the laws of time travel.
Bad: The initial Dalek reveal was pretty underwhelming.
-61. The Curse of Peladon: 7/10
Good: The atmosphere and set.
Bad: It's a shame that it wasn't used as Vicki's exit story - it would have worked far better than the one in The Myth Makers.
-62. The Sea Devils: 7/10
Good: The Doctor-Master swordfight.
Bad: The Doctor grabbing the sandwiches from Jo for no good reason.
-63. The Mutants: 6/10
Good: A really interesting plot twist that turned a very run of the mill alien into one of the more unique ever featured on the show.
Bad: Some subpar special effects and acting.
-64. The Time Monster: 3/10
Good: The final standoff between the Doctor and the Master.
Bad: The story as a whole is kind of a jumbled mess.
-65. The Three Doctors: 6/10
Good: Pertwee and Troughton are hilarious together.
Bad: I found the story in of itself to be a bit pedestrian.
-66. Carnival of Monsters: 5/10
Good: All of the scenes inside of the mini-scope.
Bad: The scenes outside of the mini-scope are pretty boring and give away the mystery far too quickly.
-67. Frontier in Space: 9/10
Good: A great litmus test for prospective classic Doctor Who fans.
Bad: The Dalek voices are kind of whack.
-68. Planet of the Daleks: 6/10
Good: A cross-doctor sequel!
Bad: There was something weird going on with the lighting in the first few episodes.
-69. The Green Death: 8/10
Good: The theme of the dangers of corporate pollution has aged quite well.
Bad: There were too many smart people in that house not to think to put that egg somewhere secure.
-70. The Time Warrior: 8/10
Good: SARAH JANE SMITH.
Bad: Nothing in particular.
-71. Invasion of the Dinosaurs: 7/10.
Good: Look past the SFX people - there's a really interesting story here.
Bad: I don't buy that Mike would go from dutiful officer to accomplice in the annihilation of billions. Also, given that the plot was going to eliminate literally every human life, I don't understand why the plotters didn't just kill the people in their way. And, yeah, the SFX, whatever.
-72. Death to the Daleks: 6/10
Good: It shows another side of the Daleks, while still maintaining their identity as ruthless killers.
Bad: The exxilons are very underwhelming.
-73. The Monster of Peladon: 6/10
Good: It was interesting and different to see parties that were feuding in the first half unite against a common enemy in the latter half.
Bad: Eckersley and these Ice Warriors are ultimately super boring and forgettable villains.
-74. Planet of the Spiders: 6/10
Good: Does a nice job of saying goodbye to the Third Doctor and many aspects of his era.
Bad: Not quite sure why Mike got to be the primary UNIT character in this story after what he did - Benton, the Brig, or even Liz would've been a far better choice.
-75. Robot: 6/10
Good: Does a wonderful job of transitioning from the Third Doctor era to the Fourth Doctor era.
Bad: The only specific detail we learn about the think tank's motivations is that they want to change people's fashion choices.
-76. The Ark in Space: 8/10
Good: Amongst other things, the incidental music.
Bad: Sarah feels a bit out of character I guess, but really it's fine.
-77. The Sontaran Experiment: 6/10
Good: The disturbing premise makes for a compelling story.
Bad: Of all the stories that could've been only two episodes, this is not the one I would've chosen.
-78. Genesis of the Daleks: 10/10
Good: Nearly everything, particularly the Doctor's ultimate decision (after his profound hesitation) that, yes, the Daleks must be destroyed.
Bad: I'm sure I could find something to nitpick about, but why bother?
-79. Revenge of the Cybermen: 3/10
Good: It's the only cyberman story in a twelve-year span.
Bad: It's the only cybermen story in a twelve-year span, and this is the best they could come up with?
-80. Terror of the Zygons: 5/10
Good: I was so happy for the Brigadier that his gun finally worked against alien enemy.
Bad: Apparently this is supposed to be a fan favorite, but it came across to me as a fairly pedestrian UNIT story.
-81. Planet of Evil: 5/10
Good: The idea of a "planet on the edge of the universe"
Bad: Despite the fact that the Doctor correctly explained how anti-matter works, the actual anti-matter shown in the story does not work like anti-matter. At all.
-82. Pyramids of Mars: 8/10
Good: Sutekh.
Bad: The Doctor kind of treated the well-meaning Laurence like shit.
-83. The Android Invasion: 8/10
Good: Depsite being another "Aliens invade earth" story, it feels quite fresh and new.
Bad: No proper sendoff scene for Benton or Harry.
-84. The Brain of Morbius: 8/10
Good: This may be too brief for such a good story, but: the atmosphere.
Bad: Condo's unibrow.
-85. The Seeds of Doom: 9/10
Good: A ton to choose from, but I'll say the unique nature of Chase's motives compared to the vast majority of villains.
Bad: I personally found the whole "composter" thing to be a bit much for a supposed family show.
-86. The Masque of Mandragora: 8/10
Good: It teaches you never to trust an astrologist.
Bad: I don't actually have any specific problems with the sci-fi part, but this totally could've worked as an old-fashioned pure historical.
-87. The Hand of Fear: 7/10
Good: It has an unusual structure that makes it a very captivating story to watch.
Bad: Definitely could've been longer.
-88. The Deadly Assassin: 7/10
Good: The return of The Master.
Bad: The time lord society was pretty underwhelming.
-89. The Face of Evil: 8/10
Good: An awesome companion introduction - in fact, it's the first one that didn't involve UNIT since Zoe's in The Wheel in Space.
Bad: The final episode is a little bit of a letdown compared to the first three.
-90. The Robots of Death: 7/10
Good: The design of the robots.
Bad: Taren Capel should've gotten more development.
-91. The Talons of Weng-Chiang: 9/10
Good: Leela - both her badass takedown of multiple enemies and her hilarious incompatibility with traditional Victorian behavior. But really everything in this story is good, except...
Bad: Yeah, I'm not gonna pretend like some of the aspects of this story aren't racist by today's standards.
-92. Horror of Fang Rock: 8/10
Good: The atmosphere!
Bad: Adelaide. She's just the worst.
-93. The Invisible Enemy: 4/10
Good: The first episode, particularly the cliff hanger.
Bad: The rest of the story.
-94. Image of the Fendahl: 5/10
Good: Humans originating from aliens is a pretty interesting premise.
Bad: For something likened to death, the Fendahlene look pretty lame.
-95. The Sun Makers: 7/10
Good: It's on PLUTO!
Bad: Revolutions don't happen that fast.
-96. Underworld: 3/10
Good: The first episode introduces some interesting concepts.
Bad: The story goes downhill from there, and is really uneven. Some scenes take too long while other things are left out entirely.
-97. The Invasion of Time: 4/10
Good: A lot of things.
Bad: Way more things.
-98. The Ribos Operation: 7/10
Good: A nice atmosphere and some fantastic lines (My personal favorite being "I had a struggle with my conscience. Fortunately, I won.")
Bad: Last time I checked, Jethrik wasn't on the periodic table.
-99. The Pirate Planet: 6/10
Good: The concept of a traveling planet, plus some of the witty dialogue brought to us from Douglas Adams.
Bad: A bit campy at points, such as the mechanical parrot.
-100. The Stones of Blood: 5/10
Good: One more gothic horror style Baker story, for old time's sake.
Bad: The story somehow turns into a courtroom drama with talking sparkles.
-101. The Androids of Tara: 8/10
Good: Count Grendel is a great villain.
Bad: Tara is too earthy for an alien planet.
-102. The Power of Kroll: 6/10.
Good: The stretcher scene is really tense, and the method of escape is unique and science-y.
Bad: Like The Mutants before it, it paints imperialism and opression as a problem caused by one crazy person instead of the systemic issue that it actually is.
-103. The Armageddon Factor: 5/10
Good: The "time loop" builds up more and more intensity as the story goes on.
Bad: Underwhelming climax, especially considering it was supposed to be wrapping up the whole season arc.
-104. Destiny of the Daleks: 5/10
Good: A diverse cast, including several black actors and a deaf actor.
Bad: Davros' return. Not because I don't like Davros as a character, but because his fate in Genesis was perfect.
-105. City of Death: 9/10
Good: The unique nature of the antagonist and his pseudo-time travelling abilities.
Bad: You say life on Earth began 400 million years ago? Add an extra zero to that.
-106. The Creature from the Pit: 7/10
Good: Shows how special interests and xenophobia can get in the way of mutually beneficial trade agreements.
Bad: The unnecessary phallic extremities of the Tythonian.
-107. Nightmare of Eden: 6/10
Good: Overtly addresses a real world problem.
Bad: The appearance of the Mandrels, for one.
-108. The Horns of Nimon: 5/10
Good: An interesting story that reminds us how history always repeats itself.
Bad: For such an advanced race, the Nimons are really bad at hide and seek.
-109. Shada: 7/10
Good: It has a charming first few episodes and interesting & intense final few.
Bad: It should not have been that easy to trick a supercomputer.
-110. The Leisure Hive: 4/10
Good: John Leeson is back, thank God.
Bad: Despite its potential, the story is poorly structured.
-111. Meglos: 3/10
Good: Jaqueline Hill!
Bad: Lazy and dull. Meglos' original form looks like a crewmember brought a cactus from their house in order to save money.
-112. Full Circle: 7/10
Good: Handling of companions. Staggered companion entrances are great because they make for a larger number of distinct TARDIS crews. Starting with the third doctor, companions tended to come and go before the next arrived, making for a small amount of TARDIS crews. It was very nice to see the staggered system return. Furthermore, Adric's loss of his brother was one of the more tragic things that had happened to a companion in a while, so it was interesting to see how he dealt with it. It was also nice to see Romana expressing her desire to avoid returning to Gallifrey.
Bad: The Marshmen, despite interesting characteristics, sort of devolved into mindless brutes by the end of the story.
-113. State of Decay: 8/10
Good: The most genuinely creepy story in a while.
Bad: Much of the depiction of the underground rebel group was overly generic (i.e. quite similar to groups in other stories).
-114. Warriors' Gate: 6/10
Good: Romana leaves the TARDIS for a noble purpose that fits her character nicely.
Bad: A little hard to understand fully.
-115. The Keeper of Traken: 7/10
Good: It gets better as it goes along.
Bad: Doesn't do a particularly good job of introducing Nyssa.
-116. Logopolis: 6/10
Good: Captures the gravity and significance that was the departure of the longest tenured Doctor.
Bad: The story in of itself is not fantastic, and I found the decision to introduce Tegan in this story bizarre, seeing as Nyssa hadn't even formally joined the TARDIS crew yet.
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