Ace Adventures Boxset
In these two classic stories Ace joins the Seventh Doctor aboard the Tardis where she’s soon battling a biomechanoid and liberating a world where just feeling sad can get you shot!
On the planet Svartos, the Doctor (Sylvester McCoy) and Mel unexpectedly encounter an old friend – Sabalom Glitz. Joined by Ace, a teenage waitress with a love for explosives, the group ventures off to find the fabled Dragonfire treasure.
The Happiness Patrol (Ace Box)
On the planet Terra Alpha, the population constantly displays happy smiles. Anyone feeling remotely glum disappears. Quickly. Having heard disturbing rumours, the Doctor (Sylvester McCoy) and Ace arrive to topple the entire regime.
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Once again these scrag-end stories from the last couple of seasons of the classic series are saved merely by their excellent 'special features' which always seem to have plenty of love, care and time put into them, which is more than what you could say for Doctor Who at the end of the 1980s. The stories themselves are mostly not very well written and poorly executed, with only 'Battlefield' from Sylvester McCoy's run on the show being a worst example of TV production (in this writers' opinion). Scripts that go nowhere and appalling sets do not a Doctor Who classic make in my opinion.