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Weeping Angels

Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid of This Official Weeping Angel Mask

I’m pretty sure that if you scroll past this a Weeping Angel won’t come to life and attack you through your computer screen. Like 85% sure. (Fashionably Geek)

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Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

Steven Moffat Condescends To Explain That Huge Doctor Who Plot Hole About The Ponds

Look, I’m not saying something not even invented yet needs to make sense all the time, but if you’re going to make up your own rules, at least stick to them. And don’t be a jerk when people ask you to explain. I’m looking squarely in your direction, Steven Moffat

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where does he get those wonderful toys

Good Luck Trying to Sleep At Night With This Weeping Angel Doll In the Room

It took Lanikins between 40-50 hours to make this Weeping Angel poppet. Worth every minute.

(via: Nerd Approved)

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Don't Panic

This Weeping Angels Shirt Will Allow You To Scare Passersby, Possible Flash Them As Well

No, it’s not very practical, but for those times you really want to sneak up behind your friend and scare the crap out of them, this Weeping Angel t-shirt from Etsy user Paramount Pacific is just the ticket! Just make sure you’re wearing another shirt underneath or your pals might never look at Weeping Angels the same way again. And we all know you MUST look at Weeping Angels. Or else SAD CRYING TIMES.

Previously in Doctor Who

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Meddling Kids

4-Year-Old Lindalee Rose Is Back To Review Doctor Who’s Midseason Finale

Adorable little Lindalee Rose, our newest Doctor Who fan, has returned to give her recap of the midseason finale. We previously posted her reviews of the first three episodes and then last week’s “The Power of Three.” You may have already read my review of “The Angels Take Manhattan,” but I’ll just say Lindalee seems to have a better handle on it than most of us. But that may be because she skims over the wibbly-wobbly bits. So, was she scared of the Weeping Angels? Did she cry at all? Watch and find out!

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Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

Review: Amy & Rory’s Last Episode Of Doctor Who & Season 7 So Far

I feel like we’ve been talking about it for ages but last night it finally happened – Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill played out their last episode of Doctor Who as Amy and Rory. Some might say it was emotional, some might say it was scary. My view? I’d say it falls somewhere in the realm of disappointing. A spoiler-filled review of “The Angels Take Manhattan” after the jump. 

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Meanwhile...

This Clip From Doctor Who’s Next Episode Features Creepy Manhattan Residents

Some of you may not be scared of the Weeping Angels anymore but I sure as hell am so this preview clip from this weekend’s Doctor Who episode, “The Angels Take Manhattan,” has me squirming in my seat. Unrelated, is that the best Brooklyn accent they could muster?

(via BBC)

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Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

The Ponds Take Manhattan In The Latest Doctor Who Photo Set

I’ll admit, “The Angels Take Manhattan” has snuck up on me like…well, like a Weeping Angel. For some reason, my mind kept telling me that the Pond’s last episode wasn’t until the very end of Season 7 but here we are. Saturday will bring together the whole family one last time for a interesting trip to New York City. We’ve gathered together the least spoilery shots the BBC has released for your viewing pleasure. In fact, our gallery doesn’t include any stills of River or the Angels (besides the one above) at all. Take a look at the Doctor, Amy, and Rory in New York.

(via Doctor Who TV)

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Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

Steven Moffat Reveals How He Came Up With Doctor Who’s Weeping Angels [VIDEO]

When the Weeping Angels first appeared on Doctor Who, it was in the episode “Blink,” one of those one-offs that didn’t connect with the overarching plot of the season and barely featured the Doctor. And they scared everyone stiff. They’ve since become recurring villains on the series and are set to play a major role in Season 7 (starting September 1st!). I know showrunner Steven Moffat has talked about them in length but I’m not sure I’ve ever heard how he invented them. Here he is telling us just that. And also a few words from new producer Caro Skinner about what it’s like to join the team. At least when Moffat let’s her get a word in edge-wise.

(via the BBC)

Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

One Really Famous U.S. Landmark Might Be a Weeping Angel

Oh, Doctor Who. Please stop making us so terrified of everyday objects and occurrences. Well, don’t stop, because we love every second of it, but at least, I don’t know, ease up a little? Leave us with a couple of things in this world that we don’t have to worry are secretly creatures from some other world, waiting to destroy everything we love?

Well, that doesn’t feel like it’s gonna happen anytime soon. In fact, the Doctor and company will be moving momentarily stateside this season, and while they’re there they’ll battle a very recognizable symbol of American history. For more info on the who/what, follow the jump.

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