Times when you’ve probably encountered the Silence and forgotten:
-Any time you’ve walked into a room and forgotten what you went in there for.
-When the dog barks at nothing.
-Any time you’ve experienced deja vu.
-Whenever you hear the floorboards creek in an empty house.
-When the cat stares at the corner of the room.
-Whenever you’re alone and feel like you’re being watched.
-Anytime you’ve lost your train of thought for no reason.
Add more if you got ‘em
I forgot why I reblogged this.
NO STOP I DONT LIKE THIS
Whether you call it “See The Silence Day” or “Impossible Astronaut Day” have fun with this today.
If you take part, post a pic. We want to see!
We’re playing a game called ‘Hipster Tumblr Post or Doctor Who?’
There is no other reason for this post except to tell you that meetings at BBC America include Daleks and Judoon on the table.
Click through for instructions
- Are You My Mummy?
- Don’t Blink
- Silence Will Fall
Ink and Copic Markers
Posted by the Doctor Who Facebook Page.
Doctor Who Convention, Cardiff, 24th March 2012.
Comic Who Character Files: Amelia Pond, Rory The Roman and a spiteful Silent!
via Radio Times:
The Doctor Who and Sherlock writer says viewers develop a connection with villains when they first meet them and that continually bringing them back can hamper a show’s growth.
“One of the temptations, particularly if it’s a success is to keep repeating your hits, which means you hear it again and again and again,” said Moffat.
“I always say new monsters are better in Doctor Who because you fall in love with monsters when they’re new,” he told Le Village.
It’s an admission that may surprise some viewers, given that Moffat resurrected the Daleks within three episodes of having taken over the show for its 2010 series, but it suggests the Doctor will be facing some new foes in series seven.