The Tenth Planet sees both the introduction of the menacing, dead-eyed Cybermen, and the departure of the First Doctor, William Hartnell. The final episode has been missing from the BBC Archives since the mid-1970s, and will be reconstructed using the same Thetamation process used to recreate The Reign of Terror episodes 4 and 5.
The release date is currently scheduled for late 2013.
For more news on the release, visit DoctorWho.tv
i dunno =_= imagine if this guy stayed for 3 seasons, it’d be impossible to say goodbye.
er. tennant is here, smith coming soon?
Donna will always be my favourite.
the companion who couldn’t stay and the doctor who didn’t want to go :(
smith is just insane, a thousand year old man with a boy’s face…and forehead.
split in two gifs cus tumblr ate up the bigger file :I
An animation that I made, since noting the similarities between R2-D2 and the Daleks (I know I’m not the first to notice this, but I’ve not seen it done quite like this before…)
Delightful little animations (not gifs, but you’ll see why) over on Salades, ô Potirons.
“Doctor Who” executive producer and showrunner Steven Moffat, who, along with the episode’s director Richard Senior, would have loved to have included a chase sequence during tomorrow’s episode of Let’s Kill Hitler involving lead characters Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) and Rory (Arthur Darvill).
Instead it will be produced as a motion comic and shown exclusively as a “bridging scene” in between commercials during the premiere of “Let’s Kill Hitler,” Saturday August 27 at 9/8c on BBC America.
For preview pics, check out the BBC America page on Facebook.
This is how it’s going down Saturday:
Building Excitement Throughout the Day:
Dancing/Rushing to the Couch:
Remembering I don’t have BBC:
Rest of the night:
@nerdist: Anyone have some time to do a quick & easy 10 sec Doctor Who themed 8-bit animation? Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ooh! Look forward to seeing this…