To help celebrate the 48th birthday of Doctor Who, below we’re featuring the trailer for the upcoming Christmas special! It looks sooooo good! I can’t wait for Christmas! I’m so excited, I won’t be able to sleep a wink on Christmas Eve! Click here if you are unable to view the embedded video above.
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These are fun! I think the Buffy and Friends ones are probably the best put together.
If you’re a fan of Doctor Who, you’ve probably heard by now that Elisabeth Sladen (the actress who portrayed Sarah Jane Smith) passed away yesterday. For news of her passing, visit the Doctor Who News Page. Those folks will do an excellent job providing all the newsworthy details of her death. While they report the […]
Daleks, and Klingons, and Cybermen! Oh, my! This insanely cool Star Trek and Doctor Who mash-up was done for Wizard Magazine by Mike Mayhew and Rain Beredo. Click the image to enlarge. So you gotta ask yourself, is this just an awesome image, or is this the beginning of some terrible fan fiction? Assume for […]
I absolutely love this! Original can be found at Comixed.com. My thanks to SGhoul for sending this my way.
BBC America ran a special Doctor Who teaser recently just for us folks here in the United States! Check it out below! Yee-haw! And if you missed the complete trailer for next season, check it out below. It looks soooo good! I can’t wait for next season! Geronimo! Oh yeah, Happy New Year too!
The Eleventh Doctor locked in a life or death struggle with Doctor Doom as the Fantastic Four and Amy Pond look on helplessly! Here is the inked version before coloring. I couldn’t resist posting this insanely awesome picture here! Drawing by Dan McDaid with colors by Dean Trippe. Found via HeroPress.net.
Check out this sweet video of Matt Smith and Karen Gillan from Children in Need. They put on a tea party in the TARDIS for two brothers, one of which suffers from the after effects of meningitis.
Matt Smith recently appeared on the Craig Ferguson show. Below you’ll find the unaired musical number that was produced for the episode. It’s funny, bizarre, and a fairly accurate description of Doctor Who. This made the rounds on the interwebs a couple weeks ago, but I’m just now getting around to posting it here. If […]
Today marks the 47th anniversary of the airing of the very first Doctor Who episode. It was Saturday, November 23, 1963 at 5:15pm GMT when an unheard of children’s program appeared on BBC television. It featured two school teachers, an oddball student, and a grumpy old man. Humble beginnings! It’s surprising to me how popular […]