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Doctor Who: Dr. Sixth (Roger Hargreaves) (Roger Hargreaves Doctor Who) Paperback – 6 Feb 2018
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Adam Hargreaves (Author, Illustrator)
Adam Hargreaves is an English author and illustrator. The son of Roger Hargreaves, he continues his father's popular Mr. Men and Little Miss series of children's books.
Roger Hargreaves is best remembered as the creator, author and illustrator of the Mr. Men and Little Miss series of books as well as Albert the Alphabetical Elephant, Count Worm, and Grandfather Clock.
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The Mr. Men version of the Sixth Doctor is excellent and really captures the characteristics of that incarnation of the Time Lord. However, adopting the Sixth Doctor’s predisposition to use overly long words for the sake of it (something Peri continually mocks in this story) might be a bit much for the book’s youngest age groups.
The Rani is a tad bland by comparison and there isn’t a great deal of resemblance to her onscreen counterpart. But the Hargreaves physical representation of Peri really has the essence of her. The portrayal concentrates more on her sarcastic attitude towards the Doctorr rather than her more whiney side. Her little comments upon her Doctor’s frustrating eccentricities are a lot of fun.
The depiction of the Time Continuum is also highly amusing.
I also wonder whether the Blue Planet they visit might be where the blue aliens come from that are seen in the Twelth Doctor’s last series???
Personally, this has been one of my favourites of this highly entertaining crossover series.
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