I wanted an appropriate Doctor Who episode to watch for Cinco de Mayo but I guess there really isn’t one. I suppose the best would be The Aztecs from the First Doctor era but I’d already rewatched that one kind of recently. So I looked up “Mexico” in the TARDIS wiki and was reminded the Eleventh Doctor had been trying…
April 3 is National Tweed Day but there seems to be some confusion over its origins. Is it celebrating Scottish craftsmanship in the textile industry, a crooked American politician or a comic strip super-spy?
Sometimes (oftentimes?) it feels like there just aren't enough cult-favorite tie-in products out there to meet fans' tastes, so it's good thing crafters are out there. Saga doesn't seem to have any official merch yet, but dang, check out this guy a friend made!
The week between Christmas and New Years is a time of weird, unspoken traditions: returning unwanted gifts, throwing out near-dead trees, stockpiling eggnog before it vanishes for another year. And for some of us, it's a time to go on the internet debate the quality of the latest yuletide adventure of that charming…
Although it's not of Capaldi in his Twelfth Doctor clothes, it's a step in the right direction! A new 'Regeneration Set' based on the end of The Time of The Doctor has been announced for later this year, with more alt-heads than you can shake a Gallifreyan at.
4 years ago today, we got our first glimpse of the then-New Doctor and his companion from the BBC - a behind the scenes shot of Matt Smith and Karen Gillan on location for The Time of Angels. But Amy Pond herself has taken to Twitter to share the actual first picture of The Girl Who Waited and her Raggedy Man...
Let's all speculate irrationally and draw a bunch of insane conclusions and make a fuckton of gifs about this random comment from Steven Moffat about possibly putting The Doctor on Sherlock!
It's like every time BBC publicity put out pictures from this episode, they're trying to out-weird themselves. (Light spoilers kinda not really maybe?)
The Doctor's finally snapped! It's like a gorier version of Six strangling Peri in The Twin Dilemma.
As we gear up for the end of Matt Smith's run on Doctor Who, and prepare for the passing of the TARDIS torch to Mr. Peter Capaldi, I wonder: who are your fave Doctors? I'm going to list all of them in the order I like them, but you could just pick your top 3 or something:
1.) Peter Davidson
2.) Sylvester McCoy
There's a popular joke I've seen floating around on Tumblr for a while now. It goes like this:
But here we are.
Over the weekend at the Cheltenham Literature Festival, Steven Moffat held a Q&A on Sherlock and Doctor Who - but the most interesting thing he mentioned was that we've all missed something about The Doctor's Regenerations when it comes to the established 'only 12 times' rule. Whatever could he mean? Let's speculate!
We might not see the end result for another two months, but it's official: The Eleventh Doctor has left the building.
Like this, actually. But jokes aside, we've got the first fan pics from filming of the Doctor Who Christmas Special (so the lightest of spoilers beyond the cut) - and they show off just how Matt Smith will look hiding his currently sheared locks...
As a magazine with long established close ties to the BBC, Radio Times is generally careful when it comes to posting rumours - so the fact that sources have delivered not one, but two tasty tidbits about the future of Doctor Who is quite exciting...
And William Hartnell's. And a Dalek. Because... why not?
Through the medium of sheets of paper and tiredness from an all night shoot, The Eleventh Doctor says thank you and goodbye to the cast, crew and fans that supported him.