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Keith Topping (1) (1963–)

Autor(a) de The Discontinuity Guide

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26+ Works 1,773 Membros 16 Críticas

About the Author

Keith Topping is a freelance journalist, novelist and critic who has good reason to remember the first night he saw The Clash in 1978. He lives, works and occasionally sleeps in Newcastle
Image credit: Gallifrey One 2008, photo by pinguino k

Obras por Keith Topping

The Discontinuity Guide (1995) 223 exemplares
The Devil Goblins from Neptune (1997) — Autor — 174 exemplares
The Hollow Men (1998) — Autor — 165 exemplares
Byzantium! (2001) 152 exemplares
The King of Terror (2000) — Autor — 141 exemplares
The Complete Slayer (2004) 98 exemplares
Hollywood Vampire (2000) 90 exemplares
Ghost Ship (2002) 78 exemplares
Slayer: The Next Generation (2003) 52 exemplares
The New Trek Program Guide (1995) 36 exemplares

Associated Works

Perfect Timing 1 — Contribuidor — 13 exemplares
In●Vision: Delta and the Bannermen (2000) — Contributor "Borderline: Debriefing" — 2 exemplares
Not-Radio Times Dr Who Special — Contribuidor — 1 exemplar
In●Vision: The Legacy (2003) — Contributor "What If... 1963: Doctor Who had a different producer..." — 1 exemplar

Etiquetado

Conhecimento Comum

Nome canónico
Topping, Keith
Nome legal
Topping, Keith Andrew
Data de nascimento
1963-10-26
Sexo
male
Nacionalidade
UK
Local de nascimento
Walker, Northumberland, England, UK

Membros

Críticas

Have you always thought that First Doctor stories would be better if they had more rape and disemboweling? Do you want to read a book where the Doctor appears for maybe 20 pages and does nothing? Then this is the book for you!
 
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3Oranges | 2 outras críticas | Jun 24, 2023 |
This book is so desperate to show you how 70s it is, that it can't stop ramming it down your throat. Between a bunch of poorly executed references to various 70s prog rock
bands, and shoehorned in drug use (of hallucinogens, naturally), the book loses any sense of being a 3rd Doctor story.
 
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Count_Zero | 2 outras críticas | Jul 7, 2020 |
I really enjoyed this close up view of X-Files episodes and found explanations for some things I never understood. A little clarity on the subject. The book ends with the movie and is missing the final seasons. I would have like to see the author's take on the immaculate conception of a barren woman and an indepth look at Krycek and his motivations.
 
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Karen74Leigh | Sep 4, 2019 |
While the lists are a bit too rambling and mostly filled with plot summaries, this is still a fun little trivia book. I enjoyed the quotes, the lists of logical flaws, and especially the chapter about which Big Bad would win in a fight.
 
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aratiel | 1 outra crítica | Sep 5, 2018 |

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Lou Anders Foreword
Colin Howard Front cover scarecrow illustration
Hugh Lamb Foreword
Dariusz Jasiczak Illustrator

Estatísticas

Obras
26
Also by
5
Membros
1,773
Popularidade
#14,522
Avaliação
½ 3.4
Críticas
16
ISBN
67
Línguas
1

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