A parallel universe version of Space:1999 which occurs in the Stargate/Doctor Who universe. A hyperdrive device built by the Ancients on the moon ends up sending the moon off on a trip to parallel universes when it gets activated… will the people on the moonbase survive ?
List of stories in the AlphaGate series:
- FANFIC: AlphaGate #9 – DOCTORS (Starring the 12th Doctor, the 10th Doctor and Doctor Strange)
- AlphaGate #8 – ENTER THE STRANGE DOCTOR
- AlphaGate #7 – EUROVISION GALACTICA
- AlphaGate #6 – V FOR VISITORS ON THE MOON
- AlphaGate #5 – SAME TIME ANOTHER PLACE
- AlphaGate #4 – The Post-Space War Earth
- AlphaGate #3 – The Void
- AlphaGate #2-FATAL EXODUS
- AlphaGate #1-BREAKAWAY
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I think you’re all pondering this too much to be osneht. I thought Matt Smith was great, and actually, I think the New TARDIS being all retro can only be a good thing. My problem with Chris Eccleston was that he tried too hard to be cool, and my problem with David Tennant was that he sometimes made the part too comedic (like that dreadful car key joke in the End of Time’).The brilliant thing about Dr Who, to my mind, is that yes, the Doctor was an alien timelord, but there is something believable about his entourage they are normal people who achieved a lot, but don’t necessarily have their names shouted across the galaxy forevermore. I thought Russell T Davies worked too hard to turn his characters into heroes, and in that sense, the way Davros was defeated, and the way David Tennant left, were both a refreshing change for me (they portrayed a degree of humility and a sense of the doctor getting it wrong). Tennant’s doctor was a bit too full of himself, whereas Smith’s doctor, I thought, was the right mix of madman, genius and guy not to be ****ed with. I’m looking forward to the rest of Series 5, and I think Steven Moffat, given the episodes he did as a guest writer previously (I mean, come on the Weeping Angels? the episode with Madame de Pompadour? the creepy gas mask people? Genius), is going to make the show really exciting.And actually, there’s nothing wrong with going back to a more classic doctor. Tom Baker has pretty much lived off that part, and enough people at Dr Who conventions are still happy to go dressed as Pertwee or McCoy. That’s my two pence worth on the issue anyway. Incidentally, an American doctor What?!? It’s like hiring Hugh Grant to play Captain Kirk; he’d be laughed out of the building.