Will the Future of Who be Blue for New Time Lord, Jodie Whittaker?
'We know she'll face new challenges,' says self-styled BlueWhovian Tony, 'but we know she'll be up against the old baddies too.'
For BlueWhovians Daleks and Cybermen (Cyberwomen?)
Maldovar was not only the bluest villain ever to challenge the Doctor, but also delivered one of the series' most iconic lines. Originally scripted for a brief appearance, he was brought back by popular demand and has built a world-wide cult following.
Simon Fisher-Becker, the actor who plays the blue villain, insists he has no inside information on future story lines, but adds that he 'loves Jodie Whittaker in the part' and remains a huge fan of the series.
Fisher-Becker, stalwart across the entertainment spectrum – from the Fat Friar in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone to Tony in Puppy Love – wrote the first volume of his autobiography a few years ago. My Dalek has a Puncture charts a back story of drama, triumph and tragedy to surpass that of the Time Lord who was his on-screen adversary.
My Dalek has a Puncture has now been released as an audiobook featuring original music from that same BlueWhovian who hankers for Dorium Maldovar's return.
'Tony Dugdale is an accomplished musician,' says Dan Grubb, CEO of Fantastic Books Publishing who produced My Dalek has a Puncture. 'He has a real feeling for the whole context of Simon's story. His music was a perfect fit.'
The audiobook of My Dalek has a Puncture is available from Audible and from the Fantastic Books Publishing online store. Read by Simon Fisher-Becker, it charts a difficult early life beset by discrimination and tragedy and at the same time framed by the emergence of the strange new TV drama that first aired in 1963 almost two years to the day since Simon himself was born, and that was to change his life almost four decades later.
My Dalek has a Puncture
Audio, ebook & paperback versions are available from Amazon: http://getbook.at/
Dan Grubb, CEO Fantastic Books Publishing