In this day and age, these episodes of Doctor Who are the closet we can come to what we could calls “classic” Doctor Who.
I want to get something out of the way right now, I don’t like Dr. Who. Never have, likely never will. I love British comedies and distinctly remember the first time I gave the Dr. Who television show a shot. Wow it was horrible, every time thereafter that I tried to watch I just couldn’t […]
What, a Dr Who anime? CLASSIC Dr. Who? Send your thanks to Otaking.
You can’t have a Doctor Who season without one of two things, Daleks and Cybermen…now when you have them battle each other you’ve even got ME (someone who has watched a handful of episodes) interested. Unfortunately we’ll only be getting the Cybermen in an upcoming episode.
Imagine if today, no one in the world died. Imagine if tomorrow, no one in the world died. And the next day, and the next.
What do I think of my first real time spent with Doctor Who? Yes. I have never seen the shows or read any previous material and damn it. I blame you guys for not making me.
I’ve posted artwork by Caldwell Tanner before, but never anything this awesome.
It’s only taken 47 years, 754 episodes, and 11 different actor portrayals of the infamous and iconic Doctor, to reach the point we are at. In 2005 the modern incarnation of the Doctor-Who franchise came to modern life, with the wonderful English actor Christopher Eccleston taking on the key role of the inexplicable Doctor.
Yeah, that’s the Matt Smith Dr. Who alongside Karen Gillan as Amy Pond versus the Daleks in 1963 in the first episode of the Dr. Who The Adventure Games series that’s being put out by the BBC starting on the 5th of June…for FREE. Amazing innit?