Lethbridge-Stewart, "The Dogs of War"
the guy from Counter-Measures has shown up to Nick Fury Lethbridge-Stewart into the "Home-Army Operational Corps," of which "there have been four different versions" before the current one, which is just the fucking stretchiest way possible of getting to the acronym "HAVOC."
Did the previous incarnation call itself "HAIVOC"??
I should say what these are if you're not familiar -- they're the adventures of the Doctor Who supporting character best known as "the Brigadier," between his first and second appearances, published by a company that has the rights to that specific character throughout his entire history, but not to most other elements from Doctor Who itself. (Though they license the occasional element from other non-BBC rightsholders.)
It's a bummer they've only done audiobooks of the first four, and that, those having come out in 2016, it doesn't look like they're gonna do any more, because it'll slow me down on them significantly.
Cartoonist. Designer. Queer as in gay but also queer as in a bit odd.
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