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Doctor Who Dark Journey Audio Drama

By AM Audio Media

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Doctor Who Dark Journey is a full cast Wholock audio drama adventure taking The Doctor and Sherlock Holmes on a darker journey than ever before. LISTEN ON: itunes and

Customer Reviews

Review from Troughton Is My Doctor website

Dark Journey Series 2, episode one: “Legend Of The Beast”

The pre-credits sequence on this episode has to be one of the most amazing things I’ve heard in any Doctor Who show. It was so great that when the theme music started up I thought the episode might already be over. The best part is that I would have been satisfied with just those few moments if that was all there was. With its marrying of the new and the old, it weaves a fresh narrative that is uplifting and maybe a little troubling. Luckily I kept listening and realized that the episode had really just begun! After the music we were back to the world’s greatest detective, Sherlock Holmes, and the Doctor as he lies on his death bed from an injury suffered at the end of last season. The Watchers are all around and they are chanting. “Death is a bridge.” As he is dying the Doctor just wants one man, but who is Fred?

Sequels always try to be bigger and better than the original. In Hollywood it invariably fails as ambition outstrips talent. But not here. No way. In this first episode of Series 2 I heard everything that I knew and loved from last season. There is the trademark ‘Cool Beans’ humour that I enjoyed so much, the darkness that envelops the Doctor and the in jokes and references that build up the narrative and make it something believable and true to the TV series.

So what’s new this series? One thing that really stood out to me was the music. I have always been a fan of music in TV shows and how music can make or break a scene. AM Audio Media hit every note right with episode one. The music here is so strong that I had goose bumps for half of the episode.

Doctor Who like I’ve never heard it before!

This Wholock audio drama takes both Doctor Who and the Sherlock Holmes IPs into radically darker regions of storytelling than I’ve ever seen, er heard rather! The writing is suspenseful and compelling while the acting and sound design is top notch. I highly recommend this 12 part (FREE!) series. Any fan of Doctor Who/Sherlock Holmes is certain to like this unique interpretation that pays tribute to the core of the characters while adding new dimensions (in time, space and fandom).

Triple Threat

The characters, settings and music in this Doctor Who/Sherlock Holmes audio drama are impressive. The characters are well thought out and nicely acted, the settings have realistic with scary sound design and the music - wow ! The music by Joshua Hemming, David Goudie and Emily Klassen is some of the best I’ve heard in any Doctor Who production on TV or elsewhere. Can’t wait to see or hear rather where the Dark Journey takes listeners next. DOWNLOAD OR BE EXTERMINATED ! !

Doctor Who Dark Journey Audio Drama
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  • Free
  • Category: Arts
  • Language: English

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