I got Cubicle 7's last (for now?) specific Doctor sourcebook for the DrWho RPG - the 11th Doctor's, obviously. I'm kind of sorry this won't be happening anymore.
But in any case, is it really that important? There are no DVD extras on this thing, and I already wrote a review for the movie when it came out in theaters. You can find it in this fragment that somehow survived the auto-destruct. Put your analysts on it. I don't think I changed my opinion since and it was a fun flick to rewatch some months later. Since Ghost Protocol, Mission: Impossible has really become the best version of itself. Frankly, it's because it took all this time to turn into a team franchise rather than a one-man show, which is closer to the original source material and my main gripe with the first three movies. Anyway, this would have been the natural end of the tape. Hopefully you read it in the 5 seconds allowed.
here), and now I've read volume 2, which takes us through the narrator's loves while he was 18 to 21. University is a big element, as is an after-graduation trip, and we meet a dozen more women who didn't not turn out to be his child's mother. The stories are longer, but not necessarily more to my liking. I miss the narrator as a child, making sweet discoveries, as he's grown into a bit of a letch. I find his attitude towards women irksome, but of course, he's not done growing up. And in a bid to make the book seem longer, Justin's publisher has fattened up the font and boosted the page count. It doesn't look as good. A minor point, but there you go. Still some fun stories in here, and a little more drama than in the comedy-filled previous book. We'll see just who IS your mother in September.