Doctor Who Magazine DWM Issue 460 will be published tomorrow.
Doctor Who Magazine DWM Issue 460 will be published tomorrow.
Remember that this DWM issue will be published on Thursday 4 April.
The source of the image and more information can be found here.
The Bells of Saint John is the first episode from the second part of Doctor Who series 7, the Easter special. It will be on BBC 1 on 30th of March 2013.
Radio Times posted several preview pictures… you can see the gallery here.
Well, the next Doctor Who installment is set in the present day and the focus is on WiFi (just look at all those laptops…) As The Doctor meets Clara again he realizes that something dangerous is lurking in the WiFi signals which cloak London and sets about trying to save the world from a hidden enemy. Celia Imrie is looking pretty menacing in these images, so it’s fair to assume her character is immersed in the dark side…
On the other hand, Matt Smith said that ClaraÂ has given the Doctor his mojo back.
â€œHaving got his grieving for the Ponds out of the way, I think sheâ€™s reignited his curiosity in the universe and given him his mojo back, for want of a better word. Itâ€™s been a joy to work with Jenna and Iâ€™m really proud of the work weâ€™ve done. And I think itâ€™s exciting for the character. It gives him a new lease somehow,â€ said Smith at a press conference to launch the series.
It remains to be seen how, but I think it’s going to be… spectacular.
You should find out this:Â The Doctor and his new companion, Clara, appear on the cover of the May edition of SFX magazine…
Are you interested? Me too!
As you may already knowÂ TheÂ Ice Warriors willÂ to return toÂ Doctor WhoÂ in series seven part two as the antagonists inÂ a new story by Mark Gatiss.Â Radio Times unveiled the new image of these Doctor monsters.
Meanwhile, the two episodes that have been missing are being reconstructedÂ by award-winning animation studio QuriosÂ and a classicÂ Doctor WhoÂ adventureÂ The Ice WarriorsÂ will be released on DVD this summer with animated versions of the serial’s missing episodes.
StarringÂ Patrick TroughtonÂ as the Second Doctor,Â The Ice WarriorsÂ was originally broadcast in 1967 and marked the titular Martian monstersâ€™ first appearance in the BBC sci-fi drama.
The were last seen on TV in 1974.
An exclusive “work in progress” clip of The Ice Warriors. With Ice Warrior Varga released and the glacier advancing, the Doctor tries to convince Leader Clent that temperamental humans – even the recently fired scientist Penley – are still far better than machines.
A few days ago I’ve posted the report about the Dalek invasion in London. Meantime, BBC posted here a gallery of images with scenes from The Dalek Invasion of Earth recreated for An Adventure in Space and Time.
Below are only 2 of these images… the rest you can find on BBC.co.uk. Enjoy.
The source of the image is the Doctor Who Experience group on Facebook.
The source of the image is Doctor Who page on Facebook.
Are you ready to get it?
TV Guide was first published in the United States in 1953 and celebrated its 49th year in 2012, and it isÂ America’s longest running TV listings magazine. So it’s about Doctor Who show’ age. Even so, it is the first time when the Doctor makes theÂ Christmas cover.
Doctor Who airs in the US on BBC America and has a dedicated worldwide following. Seasonal special The Snowmen airs over there on Christmas Day just hours after it is seen by BBC1 audiences in Great Britain.
As Radio Times says,Â Matt Smith and his bow tie will be a feature of coffee tables across America this Christmas after US’ Doctor Who fans voted for the show to feature on the cover of TV Guide.
Now in its third year, the Fan Favorites Cover Contest asks viewers to decide which series should front TV Guide’s Christmas double issue. The magazine said Doctor Who fans hadÂ galvanised support “through countless blog posts, message-board comments and tweets” toÂ beat big-name AmericanÂ shows including The Walking Dead,Â The Vampire Diaries, andÂ Pretty Little Liars.
Smith called the newsÂ ”amazing,” adding “Thank you to everyone who voted, because this is a huge, huge accolade. Fans mustn’t underestimate their role in the emergence of the show in America.”
It does not seems too much since the Tardis design has been changed… It happened when the transition between the Tenth Doctor and the Eleventh Doctor happened, when the Doctor and Amy Pond first met.
Well, it seems the time to some new changes. “On Christmas Day, the Doctor will usher you into a brand new world,” Steven Moffat told in a Radio Times interview.Â ”[There's] aÂ brand new Tardis:Â Same old police box, of course, but when you open those magic blue doors…” announces Moffat in the Christmas double issue of Radio Times magazine. ”
The lighting unit from above the Tardis console is adorned with symbols from the Time Lords’ Gallifreyan “alphabet” and is a darker, more serious-looking proposition to its predecessors (perhaps in keeping with the Time Lord’s post-Pond mood at the start of the Christmas episode).
Moffat said: “When you have a genius designer like Michael Pickwoad, and an opportunity like the Tardis, you’d be mad not to bring the two together.”
Pickwoad’s is the third design since Doctor Who relaunched in 2005. Both previous versions were by Edward Thomas. The classic 1963 original was by Peter Brachacki.
Over here there are more information about theÂ double issue of Radio Times magazine, the Christmas special episode and other interesting stuff.
I am sure you all know people’s first reaction when they enter into the Tardis, right? Bigger on the inside!
Well, the Doctor got a different reaction from Wilfred Mott (the role: Donna Noble’s grandfather) when he got into the Tardis the first time.
The cards are going up and the festive decorations are being dusted offâ€¦ So nowâ€™s the time to make sure your computer screen is ready for Christmas!
The Doctor Who team from BBC posted five festive images from or relating to The Snowmen, this year’sÂ Doctor Who Christmas Special episode. You can always choose from the Doctor and Clara, the sinister Doctor Simeon, the formidable trio of Vastra, Strax and Jenny or maybe even the stunning poster for this yearâ€™s Christmas Special.
The gallery with these pictures in different sizes is here.
The Doctor Who Christmas Special episode, the Snowmen, needs no presentation… it’s going to be broadcast less than a month from now and it’s hardly expected by… lots and lots of people. Some time ago BBC posted the first images from the episode.
The BBC’s gallery is here.
Less than a month from now Matt Smith and Jenna-Louise Coleman will star in the Doctor Who Christmas special episode: The Snowman. It’s a long time to wait, but until then let’s enjoy the next image.
Did you know that the first Doctor’s words on the screen, back in 1963, where ‘What are you doing here?’
Quite interesting… 49 years later the words and the Doctor are as fresh as they were then.
Interesting, right? I hope it gives you some ideas about next summer t-shirts… Let’s entertain ourserlves with images of the Doctors, all eleven of them, the TARDIS or Doctor Who monsters on every street in the known universe…
… and Paul McGann is the dark Doctor
You remember the last episode from Doctor Who, The Angels take Manhattan, right? River Song adopted the nim de plume Melody Malone in order to tell the story in the book The Angel’s kiss… the same book Alex Kingston is reading. The audio book is going to be released soon… (by the BBC of course) so stay tuned for more information about the subject.
I don’t know who created the bookshelf or where it is, I found it facebook and there were not such details… but I must admit it’s brilliant.
Everything starts and ends with the Tardis, right?
This is the first part, First encounter, of a comic book created byÂ Girl-on-the-MoonÂ and posted on DeviantArt.
The categories: Cartoons & ComicsÂ /Â Digital MediaÂ /Â ComicsÂ /Â Pages
The Official (but totally unofficial) ‘Search for the Truth’ (SFTT) Comic can be found here as a DevianArt gallery for your viewing pleasure.
As far for now there are 60 parts of this comic, 2 SFTT origin comics and a
Search for the Truth FNARG (Part 1).
Just enjoy them.
Do you remember the end of the episode Forest of the Dead? When the Doctor and his companion, Donna Noble, solved the situation, River Song was dead and the Doctor was wondering if he should read or not her diary? Just before saving River (on the hard drive of the library) one more time.
The categories:Â Traditional ArtÂ /Â DrawingsÂ /Â People
The categories are: Digital ArtÂ /Â Paintings & AirbrushingÂ /Â IllustrationsÂ /Â Conceptual
â€œOh Amy, I hear the song of your sadness.â€
â€œIâ€™m not sad.â€
â€œThen why are you crying?â€
Do you remember the episode Vincent and the Doctor? The one with the great painter Vincent van Gogh, and the visit the Doctor and Amy Pond made him.
According to the author of the previous image:
A painting I spent many, many hoursÂ Livestreaming, this is my tribute to the magnificent Amy Pond, who inspired Vincent van Gogh in her adventures with the Doctor. I hope if Amy stayed with Vincent longer he might’ve painted something like this – something that showed her inner sadness, something he could empathize with.
I can only say: great work!
A nice drawing with the eleventh Doctor and his wife dancing. The source of the image isÂ Morgana Alexander artwork @tumblr.com
The gallery with images (the production design) from the novel written by Melody Malone can be found on BBC.
You can find the full gallery on BBC.
As you may already know, Jemma Redgrave is making a debut as UNITâ€™s Kate Stewart. I remember the UNIT from the previous series of the new Who, and they are back in this week episode of Doctor Who.
UNIT was originally a military organisation formed to deal with â€˜the odd and the unexplainedâ€™, which normally meant fighting alien invasions with the Doctor leading from the front. As said, executive producer and head writer Steven Moffat is delighted that UNIT returns in The Power of Three.
You can find more information about it here.
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