It’s that time of the month again where we look back at the month we’ve had here on GallifreyArchive, as well as look forward at what’s to come. To be perfectly honest it seems like an absolute age since November’s instalment of Reverse The Polarity, but that’s probably due to how much has gone on in the past month.
We’ll start like we always do; by thanking our loyal and diverse readership from across the globe. In the month of December, we’ve had readers in:
Malta, Philippines, New Zealand, India, Vietnam, Romania, Cyprus, Moldova, Bangladesh, Argentina, Jersey, El Salvador, Isle of Man, Qatar, Morocco, Israel, Norway, Denmark, Taiwan, Greece, Belgium, Finland, Hong Kong, Poland, Peru, Russia, Indonesia, Croatia, Hungary, Turkey, Czech Republic, Sweden, The European Union, Japan, Italy, Netherlands, Mexico, Ukraine, Switzerland, Spain, Brazil, Ireland, France, Germany, Australia, Canada, United States and the United Kingdom. That’s 48 countries; which is absolutely insane. Thank you to each and every one of you.
The month of December saw the Series 9 finale in Hell Bent and of course, the 2015 Christmas Special, The Husbands of River Song. On the site it’s also been a big month for Big Finish reviews, as we’ve had both the War Doctor and River Song join the Big Finish family, which, in turn, has given us some of the highest read articles on the history of the site. (Massive thank you to Alexander Vlahos, the actor who plays Bertie Potts in The Diary of River Song for retweeting all the reviews).
Looking forward into January 2016, I can tell you that The Ultimate Series will continue after it’s brief hiatus; I also predict a review for the upcoming Big Finish release The Churchill Years and possibly even more…
Thank you once again to every single one of you reading this; whether you read this site as a guilty pleasure, you were brought here by somebody retweeting a review I’ve done or whether you’ve found this article by mistake and have become rather confused; thank you. I hope you have a great New Years Eve and I’ll see you in 2016.