Becoming Chris I take my hat off to this fan for extending John Hurt’s regeneration scene in Doctor Who just a smidge. It’s very well done. (Via Mark Harris.)
Even though I’d already finished all my Christmas cards, I was so excited for the 50th Anniversary and rewatching old who (The Five Doctors), that when this idea popped up…I couldn’t say no. Especially when 10’s lyric was ‘leaping’.
So, enjoy, one last geeky Who card from me, the Twelve Doctors of Christmas.
(For anyone wondering, my favourites in this pic are Two and Three…and Ten.)
The Twelve Doctors of Christmas Very cleverly done. Good likenesses of the Bakers and Tennant.
Farewell Old Friend, Brian Griffin. Rest In Peace..
RIP Brian It’s not as though Family Guy hadn’t already jumped the shark: I haven’t followed it since the early 2000s. Brian was the only character I identiﬁed with. It is now, essentially, Happy Days without the Fonz.
Who is the Prisoner in a Suitcase? Would the Doctor Who theme have sounded similar to those of The Prisoner and Man in a Suitcase, both by Australian composer Ron Grainer, if it were not for Delia Derbyshire’s haunting 1963 arrangement? Here is the answer: the theme as arranged by the original composer, but much later, in 1980. The answer, I think, is yes.