always find it faintly amusing that some people don't think Paul McGann "counts"
as the Doctor. Seems odd really as he's on the front of all the BBC books which
feature "all" the Doctors, and his "TV movie" has all the
Doctor Who trademarks. But
one other thing I find sad is the prospect of losing the "mature" seventh
Doctor from the Doctor Who mythos. With Doctor Who off the TV between 1989 and
1996, if felt like we'd missed a huge chunk of this Doctor's life. Although you
could sort of find it in the New Adventures, it
has to be accepted that the reborn Doctor Who of the 21st century is slowly
wiping out the possibility that these novels were canon, as we find NA stories
reworked for screen. Just like we had two version of The Daleks Invasion of
Earth (one with Peter Cushing) we now have two version of Human Nature.
And I think it has to be agreed the novel of Human Nature belongs in the
same bracket as Peter Cushing's Doctor. So what happened to the seventh Doctor
after Survival? He was sorting out his dress sense and rebuilding the TARDIS by
the looks of things. Seems he went very dark and moody, if this redesign of his
ship is anything to by. Anyway, enjoy this screen shots.