Tag Archives: Doctor Who

Tardis

The BBC has applied to trademark the TARDIS.

Good relative dimensional move.

The BBC just tried to Trade Mark the Tardis! (Brian Conroy)

(H/T: Ryan Phillips)

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All the Doctors.

A new work by Irish artist Liam Delaney.

You still can’t beat Tom Baker, in fairness. Or David Tennant, for that matter.

Previously: Run, You Clever Boy, And Remember

FIGHT!

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A shot-for-shot remake of The Big Lebowski using characters from Doctor Who.

If you really want to, you can watch both side by side.

It really ties the screen together.

[via io9]

LEGO builder Thorsten Bonsch is planing a series of 11 LEGO dioramas celebrating Doctor Who‘s 50th anniversary this year, starting with this scene from The Snowmen Christmas special (click for a larger version).

[via The Brother Brick]

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iN5jPQdJXYE

For those who built this.

From i09;

Youtuber BabelColour has lovingly condensed almost five decades of Who history into this 10-minute supercut that catalogs “every Doctor Who adventure from ‘An Unearthly Child’ in 1963 right up to ‘The Doctor, The Widow and the Wardrobe’ Christmas Special.”

 

Watch 48 Years Of Doctor Who Adventures In Less Than 10 Minutes (i09)

 

 

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtWUrJU46M8&feature=youtube_gdata_player

Daragh Ryan writes:

Following on from your 13 ways kids raise their hand in class post over the weekend, this is another of youtuber Sillysparrowness’ other videoblogs. Wunderbar!!! ‘

The magic starts at 13.50.

As the 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who approaches, it’s worth noting that the late William Hartnell (above, who played the first Timelord) would have turned 103 this year.

Here’s Brian Rimmer’s compilation of all the Doctor’s regenerations from 1963 to 2010. The last one (at around 8.30) is very silly indeed.

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