Oh my God. I finally understand why Circular Gallifreyan looks the way it does
They’re time lords. They are literally writing with time.
Whether you call it “See The Silence Day” or “Impossible Astronaut Day” have fun with this today.
If you take part, post a pic. We want to see!
“My dear boy, you have done so much since you were me. You’ve battled Daleks and Cybermen and the Master. You’ve lost many companions and even lost your love twice. You have seen so much and lost so much time and time again. But you have become so much more than what we were in the beginning. You have learned so much about the universe and our place in it. You are defender, protector and savior. Thank you lad for living my dream. You are what I dreamed we’d be and more. So much more.”
AU: Castiel as the Doctor (inspired by this)
THIS WORKS SO WELL HOLY FUCK THIS IS THE BEST EDITING I’VE SEEN IN MY LIFE.
“Not all angels are bad”
How in the fuck? Seriously, how in the fuck did this gif maker do this?! How?!
Can we appreciate that the Doctor’s first onscreen mouth-to-mouth kiss in the was with K-9
“Doctor Who” returns Saturday with “The Bells of St. John,” starring Jenna-Louise Coleman as mysterious new companion Clara opposite Matt Smith’s Doctor.
It’s an auspicious year for “Doctor Who” as the sci-fi series turns 50. Whovians are celebrating the anniversary with commemorative postage stamps, an audio drama, a three-day event in London and two TV movies — one about the filming of the first “Who” episode and the second an adventure rumored to feature all 11 incarnations of the Doctor.
“In Britain, you can practically define yourself, your generation by which actor played the Doctor when you were a kid,” executive producer Steven Moffat told Hero Complex.
To celebrate 50 years of “Who,” Hero Complex takes a look at the many faces of the time-traveling Doctor, as well as the monsters he fought and the friends who traveled with him, in an anniversary graphic, below. Let us know which Doctor is your Doctor in the comments….
It’s a hugnormous image so click through to Hero Complex to see the entire thing.
50 years of Doctor Who, (for Virgin TV)
Well, this one was pretty epic, but awesome fun too. Deliberately called it an illustrated guide rather than an infographic, but hopefully it will give folks some background info on the long history of the character, as well as some interesting factoids and trivia.
Tumblr doesn’t like really tall images, so I had to split this up into three. Click for larger preview/closeup.
Let us know if you’ve spotted any other new ones.