Doctor Who Artist Proofs from Lunartik
Lunartik, AKA Matt JOnes, is selling his artist proofs from Series 2 of his Doctor Who blindboxes. Each is signed and dated by Matt. Email matt [at] lunartik.com for a price list.
Check it: Our Interview with Lunartik

Doctor Who Artist Proofs from Lunartik

Lunartik, AKA Matt JOnes, is selling his artist proofs from Series 2 of his Doctor Who blindboxes. Each is signed and dated by Matt. Email matt [at] lunartik.com for a price list.

Check it: Our Interview with Lunartik

Doctor Who Easter Egg in Google Maps

Google Maps has hidden a TARDIS easter egg right on Earl’s Court Road. Google Maps also really gave Doctor Who an extra treat, as when you click the actual TARDIS, it’ll take you inside. Neat stuff!

Check it: More Doctor Who at Albotas
Buy it: Doctor Who 17 oz. Figural Tardis Mug

England’s Giant Doctor Who Corn Maze

At over 300m long, the England’s York Maze features the largest picture of Dalek ever created. At least in this galaxy… as far as we know. There’s also other assorted Doctor Who fun stuff like a Tardis, some Daleks, and the sixth Doctor, Colin Baker!

(Source: BuzzFeed)

Michael Jackson Almost Starred In An 80’s ‘Doctor Who’ Movie
Walter Bishop needs to fire up his wormhole machine and send me to the alternate Fringe universe where this movie actually happened so I can see it.

Michael Jackson Almost Starred In An 80’s ‘Doctor Who’ Movie

Walter Bishop needs to fire up his wormhole machine and send me to the alternate Fringe universe where this movie actually happened so I can see it.

Maurice Moss Wants To Be The 12th Doctor. We Are Perfectly Okay With This.

Maurice Moss from The IT Crowd addressed a recent post on his Facebook page to the BBC.

Dear BBC,

I am writing to inform you that I am available to take over immediately as the next Doctor. I’ll even bring my own sonic screwdriver (mine actually works).

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,
Maurice Moss.

I’d personally love to have Richard Ayoade play The Doctor if only to give us brown-skinned folk someone cool to cosplay as at conventions.

Do the right thing, BBC. Do. The right. Thing.

(Source: geeksaresexy.net)

The Time Lords of Wizard World Philadelphia

I’ve been going to Wizard World Philly every year for the past seven years or so and this year was by far the most that I’ve ever seen so much Doctor Who cosplay. Clearly a testament how much the show’s fanbase has grown over the years.

I’m sure their hearts were collectively shattered as Matt Smith announced over the weekend that he’d be leaving the series. I know mine sure was.

Adorableness at MegaCon, Part 1

While I did snag a lot of shots of adult and teenage cosplayers this weekend at MegaCon, let’s not forget about the little ones. These parents are super awesome and their kids are even cooler for enjoying it.

I still can’t get over how cute that Link was this weekend!

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Dr. Who x Vertigo Print
This awesome “Vertigo Who,” print was created by artist duo, Crowsmack, for sale on their Etsy shop ”Awesome Stuff for Geek Parents and their Nerd Offspring.” The poster is inspired by Alfred Hitchock's Veritgo film poster.
Check it: More Doctor Who on AlbotasBuy it: Doctor Who TARDIS Mug

Dr. Who x Vertigo Print

This awesome “Vertigo Who,” print was created by artist duo, Crowsmack, for sale on their Etsy shop ”Awesome Stuff for Geek Parents and their Nerd Offspring.” The poster is inspired by Alfred Hitchock's Veritgo film poster.

Check it: More Doctor Who on Albotas
Buy it: Doctor Who TARDIS Mug

Donkey Kong, Recreated with Pop Culture

Artist BazNet has created these cool Donkey Kong re-imaginings by taking different characters of pop culture and splashing them into the original DK arcade game. Up top we’ve got Star Wars, Alien, Batman, Doctor Who, Adventure Time, and a couple of other recreations, taking the places of Mario (or Jumpman, really) and Donkey Kong, and changing the color schemes to match Hoth, the Land of Ooo, and wherever else. You can buy some of these as t-shirts from the artist’s RedBubble.

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DOCTOR WHO VINYL TOYS FROM LUNARTIK

Matt JOnes (AKA Lunartik) has been hard at work for two years on a series of 2.5” Doctor Who vinyl toys. According to Matt, Series 1 includes Matt Smith as the 11th Doctor, The Tardis, Cybermen, Ood, Jadoon, Silurian, Silent and Drone, Scientist, Eternal, Strategist and Supreme Daleks, and four chase figures.

The figures are already available, but if you want a special piece of awesome, email matt@lunartik.com to possibly purchase one of his artist proofs.

Check it: A Little Bit on Lunartik: An Interview with Matt JOnes
Buy: Doctor Who Titans Series 1 Blindbox
It Exists: TARDIS Trashcan From ThinkGeek
It lights up, it’s got sounds, it’s got some foot pedal action, and it’s $90. It’s pretty tiny (Approx. 16.5” tall, possibly bigger on the inside), honestly but it still looks like an awesome and worthless thing to own. Check it over at ThinkGeek if you’re into spending that much cash on trashcans.

It Exists: TARDIS Trashcan From ThinkGeek

It lights up, it’s got sounds, it’s got some foot pedal action, and it’s $90. It’s pretty tiny (Approx. 16.5” tall, possibly bigger on the inside), honestly but it still looks like an awesome and worthless thing to own. Check it over at ThinkGeek if you’re into spending that much cash on trashcans.

TARDIS Engagement Ring Now a Real Thing
I guess there was concept for a TARDIS engagement ring made before by Pathetic Peripatetic, but now it’s an actual real thing. Complete with ruby and sapphire, you can email Mr. Gino Arizmendi about his beautifully geeky engagement ring.

TARDIS Engagement Ring Now a Real Thing

I guess there was concept for a TARDIS engagement ring made before by Pathetic Peripatetic, but now it’s an actual real thing. Complete with ruby and sapphire, you can email Mr. Gino Arizmendi about his beautifully geeky engagement ring.

Check Out The Trailer For Doctor Who Season 7
I’ve avoided watching this so as not to spoil anything for myself. I still need to catch up on Season 6. If the picture above is any indication, I’m guessing shit gets pretty real.

Doctor Who Season 7 premieres this Fall on BBC America.
(via Geeks Are Sexy)

Check Out The Trailer For Doctor Who Season 7

I’ve avoided watching this so as not to spoil anything for myself. I still need to catch up on Season 6. If the picture above is any indication, I’m guessing shit gets pretty real.

Doctor Who Season 7 premieres this Fall on BBC America.

(via Geeks Are Sexy)

Dr. Who Helped Find bin Laden
Take that, terrorists.

Dr. Who Helped Find bin Laden

Take that, terrorists.

'Harry Potter' Director Turning 'Doctor Who' Into a Big Screen Franchise
David Yates (he directed a bunch of movies about kid wizards and I hear they’re quite popular) is working on a movie version of Doctor Who.
From Variety:

Yates made clear that his movie adaptation would not follow on from the current TV series, but would take a completely fresh approach to the material.
"Russell T. Davies and then Steven Moffat have done their own transformations, which were fantastic, but we have to put that aside and start from scratch," he said.
Yates and Tranter are looking for writers on both sides of the Atlantic.
"We want a British sensibility, but having said that, Steve Kloves wrote the Potter films and captured that British sensibility perfectly, so we are looking at American writers too," he explained.

Kind of a bummer since I’ve always wanted to see Matt Smith as the 11th Doctor up on the big screen. And a sexy Amy Pond shower scene - preferably one consisting of multiple Amy Ponds.

'Harry Potter' Director Turning 'Doctor Who' Into a Big Screen Franchise

David Yates (he directed a bunch of movies about kid wizards and I hear they’re quite popular) is working on a movie version of Doctor Who.

From Variety:

Yates made clear that his movie adaptation would not follow on from the current TV series, but would take a completely fresh approach to the material.

"Russell T. Davies and then Steven Moffat have done their own transformations, which were fantastic, but we have to put that aside and start from scratch," he said.

Yates and Tranter are looking for writers on both sides of the Atlantic.

"We want a British sensibility, but having said that, Steve Kloves wrote the Potter films and captured that British sensibility perfectly, so we are looking at American writers too," he explained.

Kind of a bummer since I’ve always wanted to see Matt Smith as the 11th Doctor up on the big screen. And a sexy Amy Pond shower scene - preferably one consisting of multiple Amy Ponds.

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