The Eternal Dalek wrote:When you say past companions do you mean the likes of Jamie and Jo, or do you mean the likes of Rose and Martha?
If it is the first lot then yes because the range really could do with some reasons to expand into the classic era, but for the others I would be less enthusiastic as it is less focus on the current era.
amymedieval wrote:I generally mean rose and martha, as these are aimed at the current generation im not sure if they would do classics
judooning wrote:I think Classics and the RTD era would both do equaly well. However there is more chance of say an 8 year old knowing about the RTD era than an 8 year old knowing about the Classic era. So maybee the RTD era would be at a slight advantage.
judooning wrote:But with the branding of the new series, it makes it easier for the 11th Doctor's generation of children to understand the Tennant era.
For example...'The complete series 6 DVD box set'. The children will see that and realise that there is another 5 series to watch. they will probably ask their parents for series 1 for their birthday or Christmas, and work their wa up.
So it's more easier for the children to find out about the Tennant era than it is the Classic series.
judooning wrote:I suppose. I have also noticed a lot of Classic DVD's in shops. It's only really HMV that i find any RTD era DVD's in.
But also, Magazines like DWA and MI show Monsters from previous series. So that will also make alot of children want to at least research or look at pictures of the monsters on the Internet.
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