if the tardis ended up in my backyard, i would definitely ask twelve to take me to the 1920s to see f scott fitzgerald and then i’d make camp in the tardis and travel with him forever.
We’re in the 1920s and we’ve just met F. Scott Fitzgerald. Maybe we could meet Zelda too! So, we’ve set up a tent in the TARDIS. What happens next?
Alright so now we are headed to New New York!
NEW NEW YORK IT IS!
WAIT NO DON’T GO TO NEW YORK THERE ARE BAD THINGS THERE
We landed in New York and we were just casually eating pizza when suddenly! BAD THINGS. What happens next!?
Time’s Square. Whatever, or whoever, has been powering the billboards and screens in time square has been there far too long, and it isn’t going to bode well unless the doctor intervenes.
Another thing will probably happen quite soon… Tell us what thing with #DW Next!
While in to times square, the doctor realize that the robotic walking of all the pedestrians is peculiar, and decides to scan them with the sonic.
Funnily enough they aren’t robots. The people do, however, appear to be in some kind of induced trance.
Looking around, the Doctor notices that all of the screens have gone black. Slowly, words appear…
RUN. RUN FOR YOUR LIVES.
The words stream across the pixels of every screen. A message that someone was able to leave before they were put into a trance. Or perhaps this brave human is still alive…
Before the Doctor can say anything you shush him - you can hear something. A rumbling below.
The rumbling noise seems similar to that of the rumble of large generators, powerful enough to run a whole planet, or a warship fleet.But New York dosent run on mass generators, nor dose this planet have the technology to create such a beast of machinery, could it be from another world?
Doctor Who is back on the big screen with the Series 8 Premiere – DEEP BREATH – on 25 August in cinemas throughout the US and Canada.
Peter Capaldi’s first full episode as the Doctor - Deep Breath - will be screened in cinemas around the world from 23 August 2014.
This year’s screenings follow the success of the global cinema release of Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary episode The Day of the Doctor which was screened in over 1500 cinemas around the world, allowing fans to come together to watch the show like never before.
Steven Moffat comments, “Last November the Doctor didn’t just conquer the world on television, he did it in the cinemas too. And like the show-off he is, he can’t resist another go - one taste of the silver screen is never enough. On August 23rd the new Doctor will begin his new adventures on BBC One and in cinemas all over the world. Movie-land beware - Capaldi is coming to get you!” [x]
You can find out more information on global cinema screenings at the doctorwho.tv dedicated cinema page as information arrives.
DOCTOR WHO: THE TWELFTH DOCTOR #1
New Doctor! New Beginning! Offering shocks, surprises, and timestream-shaking revelations, don’t miss your chance to get on board this amazing ongoing series!
Eagle award-winning writer Robbie Morrison (Drowntown, The Authority, 2000AD, Nikolai Dante) and New York Times-bestselling artist Dave Taylor (Batman: Death by Design, 2000AD) dive headfirst into the TARDIS console room and spin the new Doctor off to his most challenging destination yet!
As with the Tenth and Eleventh Doctor ranges, Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor #1 comes with a beautiful regular cover painted by Alice X. Zhang, plus five other variants - including a “100% rebel Time Lord” photo cover and Mariano Laclaustra penned picture of Clara.Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor is available to pre-order from comic stores tomorrow and will hit retailers on October 1. Due to licensing restrictions, fans in the UK and Ireland can only purchase this comic digitally. [x]