They may have bid farewell to the TV series (for now) but the Tenth and Eleventh Doctors will be back in two new Titan Comics strands
Space and time can be funny things. David Tennant and Matt Smith’s Doctors may have bid farewell to the televisual realm (at least for now) but in the comic book dimension they’re back to have more adventures – and looking pretty cool doing it.
The Tenth and Eleventh Doctors are each set to star in their own new stories from Titan Comics, and while the first instalments are not released until 23 July, you can get a look at the...
Continuation of my review of part one of Series 3.
Human Nature/The Family of Blood
Upon first viewings, I never really understood the 'buzz' surrounding this little story, but recently, I have figured that I previously overlooked this Doctor Who gem, and now I consider it to be in my top ten of all time favourite Who episodes. The story starts off in Farringham School for Boys in part one, where The Doctor, under the alias of John Smith, has taken up residence as a teacher. With action-packed and dramatic flashbacks to events that have been and gone, it is revealed that...
There was a short pause finally I came up with an idea "You all have to take the places of the doctors". Colin Baker was furious at my idea, he thought I was a madman and he didn't want to die in space he finally let out his anger by strangling Sylvestor McCoy (I know he's nothing like the docctor he plays but it was just a dream). Suddenly Ace came out of nowhere and hit Colin with a baseball bat and everyone finally agreed to become The Doctor. I forget what happened next I think I woke up.
Posted 19 days ago
part 1 I had a dream that ever actor who's ever played the doctor had finished filming 50 years worth of footage. all the actors (and me) were carpooling on Bessie with Jon Pertwee as the driver. while we were driving we accidently ran over a tardis that appeared in the middle of the road; inside the tardis were all the real doctors (they came to our universe for a holiday). the doctors were dead and Patrick Troughton started playing his recorder trying to think of what to do. TO BE CONTINUED
Posted 19 days ago