The Doctor: Better (and snarkier) than everyone else since 1963.

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cristinmilioti:

He has saved your lives so many times and you never even knew he was there. He never stops. He never stays. He never asks to be thanked.

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First Doctor - The War Machines.

Twelve Doctors in Twelve Hours.

Watch the 12th Doctor reveal in Doctor Who Live this Sunday on BBC America, BBC One, Space Channel, and ABCTV

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ponchosombrero:

Eleventh and the First. #sdcc #comiccon #doctorwho

Come by the BBC America booth at SDCC.

ponchosombrero:

Eleventh and the First. #sdcc #comiccon #doctorwho

Come by the BBC America booth at SDCC.

Here’s a first look at David Bradley as First Doctor William Hartnell in upcoming drama ‘An Adventure in Space and Time’, written by Mark Gatiss.

Here’s a first look at David Bradley as First Doctor William Hartnell in upcoming drama ‘An Adventure in Space and Time’, written by Mark Gatiss.

An Unearthly Child vs. The Dalek Invasion of Earth

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Mark Gatiss and First Doctor’s TARDIS to attend Comic Con Paris

Actor and screenwriter of 50th anniversary docudrama An Adventure in Space and Time, Mark Gatiss, will be celebrated at France’s fifth annual Comic Con in July.
Gatiss – also writer of six Doctor Who adventures – will appear for a panel session and to sign autographs. There will also be a screening of clips from some of Mark’s episodes, as well as his occasional performances in the series - including Gantok in The Wedding of River Song and Professor Lazarus from The Lazarus Experiment (pictured above).
The First Doctor’s TARDIS recreated for An Adventure in Space and Time will be displayed at the event for the duration of the four days. This will be the first time the console has gone on display to the public, before it travels to the Doctor Who Experience in Cardiff for the rest of the Summer. The Stamp Centre will be running a shop for a chance to buy the Doctor Who stamp range.
The one-off 90 minute drama An Adventure in Space and Time tells the story of the genesis of Doctor Who and the many personalities involved. Starring Brian Cox (The Bourne Supremacy, The Bourne Identity), Jessica Raine (Call the Midwife) and David Bradley (Game of Thrones, Harry Potter), the special will be transmitted later in 2013.
Comic Con Paris runs from 4-7 July at the Paris-Nord Villepointe Exhibition Centre.Tickets are available now.

Read the rest at DoctorWho.tv

Mark Gatiss and First Doctor’s TARDIS to attend Comic Con Paris

Actor and screenwriter of 50th anniversary docudrama An Adventure in Space and Time, Mark Gatiss, will be celebrated at France’s fifth annual Comic Con in July.

Gatiss – also writer of six Doctor Who adventures – will appear for a panel session and to sign autographs. There will also be a screening of clips from some of Mark’s episodes, as well as his occasional performances in the series - including Gantok in The Wedding of River Song and Professor Lazarus from The Lazarus Experiment (pictured above).

The First Doctor’s TARDIS recreated for An Adventure in Space and Time will be displayed at the event for the duration of the four days. This will be the first time the console has gone on display to the public, before it travels to the Doctor Who Experience in Cardiff for the rest of the Summer. The Stamp Centre will be running a shop for a chance to buy the Doctor Who stamp range.

The one-off 90 minute drama An Adventure in Space and Time tells the story of the genesis of Doctor Who and the many personalities involved. Starring Brian Cox (The Bourne SupremacyThe Bourne Identity), Jessica Raine (Call the Midwife) and David Bradley (Game of ThronesHarry Potter), the special will be transmitted later in 2013.

Comic Con Paris runs from 4-7 July at the Paris-Nord Villepointe Exhibition Centre.Tickets are available now.

Read the rest at DoctorWho.tv

the-fandoms-are-cool:

all-misty-eyed:


The TARDIS as seen on the first episode of Doctor Who, 1963.

New rule…first ever TARDIS Always reblog

ALWAYS reblog the moment of the Broken Chameleon Circuit

the-fandoms-are-cool:

all-misty-eyed:

The TARDIS as seen on the first episode of Doctor Who, 1963.

New rule…first ever TARDIS Always reblog

ALWAYS reblog the moment of the Broken Chameleon Circuit

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batsymcchicken:

Always the same man

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crikeydave:

With five Doctors complete, I can do this homage to the 20th Anniversary special, The Five Doctors!
Sadly Tom Baker didn’t come back for the special, so in homage, here he is in limbo! (and yes, neither did Hartnell since he’d passed away by this time, but I’d like to think it’s him in spirit)

thx for the tip superpsyguy!

crikeydave:

With five Doctors complete, I can do this homage to the 20th Anniversary special, The Five Doctors!

Sadly Tom Baker didn’t come back for the special, so in homage, here he is in limbo! (and yes, neither did Hartnell since he’d passed away by this time, but I’d like to think it’s him in spirit)

thx for the tip superpsyguy!

My truth is in the stars

Doctor Who: The Survivors

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So, there’s been a reference to each Doctor’s era in chronological order since The Rings of Akhaten. If this holds true, there should be a mention of Six’s in Nightmare in Silver, and Seven’s in the finale…

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unwillingadventurer:

First Doctor and hats.

unwillingadventurer:

Just purchased this little gem!

unwillingadventurer:

Just purchased this little gem!




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