The Oncoming Storm Ep 187: For Sacha – Enemy of the Daleks, Psychodrome, Fallen Angels, Absent Friends – The ESO Network

Sacha Dzuba became an official member of the Oncoming Storm just over a year into it’s existence, but he’d been an unofficial member since the beginning. He was our first ‘guest star’, completely supportive of the idea from the start, and the first person we thought of when we expanded the roster. He was family, … Continue reading

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The Oncoming Storm Ep 135: NA #32 – Season’s Greetings and Happy TORTURE

Now that the mistletoe is hung and our stockings have been put up, The Oncoming Storm can finally release their holiday episode! It’s all about two psycho godlike entities mentally abusing and physically torturing the Doctor, Ace and Benny! Ok, so maybe it isn’t your traditional holiday special… or even anything to do with the … Continue reading

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The Oncoming Storm Ep 131: NA #31 – Burning Wheel of Fire

Think Dark Water and Death in Heaven strayed a little too close to the edge on the topic of religion? You ain’t seen nothing yet. The New Adventures were crossing all kinds of boundaries in the 1990s, so why not an outright commentary on organized religion? With the crazed lunatics and fanatics in this book, … Continue reading

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Earth Station Who Episode 72 – The Happiness Patrol

The ESW crew get happy! Mike, Mike, Jen, and comic book colorist Charlie Kirchoff travel with the Seventh Doctor and Ace to get some sweets from the Kandy Man. But will this saccharine story turn us into Killjoys? Don’t worry, on Terra Alpha “Happiness will prevail.” Links Earth Station Who Amazon.com E-store ESW on iTunes … Continue reading

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The Oncoming Storm Ep 106: Emperor of the Daleks – Continuity Comics!

In the far off days of 1993, Doctor Who stories actually tried to mesh with each other, no matter where the stories were appearing! As hard as it is to believe, it’s true! So when Virgin introduced new companion Bernice Summerfield, Doctor Who Magazine quickly added her to the monthly comic strip. It was a … Continue reading

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