I wonder if Jake Dunsbridge just realized he sounded like Doctor Who's Matt Smith one day or if he had to try really hard at it. Either way, this impression is so good, the Doctor himself had to weigh in.
Geek craft blogger and friend of Geekosystem Kristy GD will cover all of your geek home improvement project needs. If your place is a little bare, why not decorate with the Doctor's name? (Written in Gallifreyan only, of course.)
Doctor Who returns at the end of the month, meaning Matt Smith is going to get all adorable up on our TV screens every Saturday night for the rest of the spring. Life is good for a Whovian. But for long-time David Tennant fans, their love of the 11th has been slow and at times, tempestuous. Sure, he’s not as controlled or as clever, but he’s sweet and thoughtful and more honest about his affection.
To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the show and the impending return at the end of the month, I’ve compiled five reasons lovers of the 10th should forget that drip and make room for the 11th in their hearts.
Once upon a time, there was a man called The Doctor. The BBC had the fantastic idea of inviting author's of famous children's works to collaborate on a series of eleven short stories for the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who. Fans rejoiced. The End.
With all the talk that's been going around about Doctor Who's 50th anniversary, we almost forgot we had to get through the 49th first! Today, we honor the many years of both the classic and modern versions of the BBC children's series with our favorite way to celebrate - GIFs!
Fandoms collided when it was first announced long-time Sandman author Neil Gaiman would be writing an episode of the long-time science fiction series, Doctor Who. "The Doctor's Wife" was quite unlike anything we'd seen before - he gave the TARDIS a physical form my way of Idris, actress Suranne Jones. The Season 6 episode was wildly popular and with that in mind, you'd think Gaiman would take his bows and exit stage left. But we all knew that wouldn't happen, right? Gaiman let it slip in his acceptance speech at the Hugo Awards, that he's working on another Doctor Who episode. So, what's it gonna be this time? Is the sonic screwdriver going to turn into a talking cat? *crosses fingers*
It's been rumored for a while now that Matt Smith is not long for this Doctor Who world. The British actor is secured for next year's Who, but after that? In a recent interview with SFX, Smith may have inadvertently let slip that next year would be his last as the 11th Doctor. NOOOOOOOOOOOO!
Batman, Batman, Batman. We always knew this was what you really had in mind when you created Batman Inc. (and why some of us still have a thorn in our paw over certain members of the Bat-family and their *ahem* exclusion through the years). Shortpacked'sDavid Willis knocks it out of the park again with today's strip. Here's the full view:
In honor of the 11th Doctor's return tonight, the BBC has been releasing top 11 video lists. Love them or hate them, the top 11 catchphrases (so far) from the Matt Smith era seem like a most appropriate way to celebrate the Doctor's return and his first journey to America--which always seemed pretty odd, considering his TARDIS can take him anywhere in time and space and he never once thought to hop across the pond. Hop across universes though? Of course.
Can you guess what the top catchphrase in Doctor Who is? You can, huh? Like Captain Jack said, yeah, I kind of figured.