There’s nothing better than a Cyberman on a trampoline

With series 10 of Doctor Who now in the books and series 11, complete with a new Doctor, currently only a vision in new showrunner Chris Chibnall’s eyes at this point, we’re going to need a few things over the next few months to pass the time until the 2017 Christmas episode. Moments after the series 10 cliff-hanger finale, […]

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Sean Pertwee goes from Gotham to the Doctor…for at least one pic anyway.

As Father’s Day comes to a close, there’s a good chance that you might be more familiar with this particular Dad’s work than his son’s lengthy CV simply due to the fact that Dad will be forever remembered as the Third Doctor in Doctor Who. Jon Perwtee portrayed the Doctor from 1970-1974, replacing Patrick Troughton. Following […]

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How can you NOT love Peter Capaldi as…The Doctor!

When it was originally announced that Peter Capaldi would become the Twelfth Doctor taking over for Matt Smith in 2014, there were those that raised more than a few eyebrows. Many of those who wondered whether or not this was the right choice only knew Capaldi from his more recent roles in either The Hour […]

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First images from Mark Gatiss' An Adventure in Space and Time

Call me crazy, but I have to confess that I’m secretly way more interested at this point in the upcoming Doctor Who drama, An Adventure in Space and Time than I am for the actual 50th anniversary coming up in November. Mark Gatiss’ 90-minute special will be a one-off look at the origin of the […]

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Doctor Who 50th: An Adventure in Time and Space begins to take shape

One Picture is Worth a Thousand Words… Who knew the importance of a simple quote in a 1918 newspaper advertisement for the San Antonio Light in signaling the beginning of one of the most eagerly awaited anniversaries in recent memory? What began as a description for the newspapers pictorial coverage of World War I can […]

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Doctor Who's less than encouraging 1963 beginning

Judging from the original review of the first two broadcasts of Doctor Who, the word of a telly critics in the early 60’s was not taken as gospel, thankfully. Doctor Who will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2013 despited the fact that Mary Crozier, telly reviewer for The Guardian was less than impressed when the […]

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