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30 DAYS OF DOCTOR WHO

↳ Name a crossover that you’d love to see. 
Game of Thrones (Modern AU) + Doctor Who


Clara bumps into a boy when she’s on Earth, and in the process manages to promise to catch coffee with him the week later. Of course, the Doctor messes it up, and manages to get this mysterious boy, Robb Stark, and his sisters, Arya and Sansa, dragged into a whole mess. Traveling in the TARDIS may not be for everyone, but it’s definitely got Sansa and Arya in their element. Robb hates it, though. And while he and Clara deal with their relationship, the Stark siblings get a chance to really see the universe, outside of their home. 


Which Doctor Who crossover would you like to see?

romanados:

30 DAYS OF DOCTOR WHO

 Name a crossover that you’d love to see. 

  • Game of Thrones (Modern AU) + Doctor Who
Clara bumps into a boy when she’s on Earth, and in the process manages to promise to catch coffee with him the week later. Of course, the Doctor messes it up, and manages to get this mysterious boy, Robb Stark, and his sisters, Arya and Sansa, dragged into a whole mess. Traveling in the TARDIS may not be for everyone, but it’s definitely got Sansa and Arya in their element. Robb hates it, though. And while he and Clara deal with their relationship, the Stark siblings get a chance to really see the universe, outside of their home. 

Which Doctor Who crossover would you like to see?

Doctor Who AU: Nine and Donna, adventures through time and sass

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The Impossibly Mad Future History Of Doctor Who by SFX

In an amusing spoof of the possible future for Doctor Who, SFX Magazine creates their own alternate universe that starts rather innocuously with the Twelfth (female) Doctor and a Rose Tyler “Defender of the Earth” series on HBO, and ends on a theme park populated by cloned Doctors.

There’s also this great bit:

2025

Doctor Who (US version – now starring Justin Bieber, undergoing a massive career renaissance) is the first show in the world to be made for Total Immersion TV, a primitive form of Virtual Reality, with a limited interactive element. Soon the BBC and eight other Who franchises are following suit. The set-up involves sitting inside a specially constructed pod. It’s not long before all these booths are generally called TARDISes, whatever you’re using them to watch.

Great read.




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