The TARDIS lands on the Ingalls farm, and gets mistaken for a fancy new outhouse.
Tag Archives: 10th Doctor
Crossover Time! Arrow meets Doctor Who
Doctor Who Birthdays
02 January 1948 – Deborah Watling
08 January 1908 – William (Henry) Hartnell – died 23 April 1975
20 January 1934 – Tom (Thomas Stewart) Baker
01 February 1948 – Elisabeth (Clara Heath) Sladen died 19 April 2011
10 February 1939 – Peter Purves
16 February 1964 – Christopher Eccleston
01 March 1918 – Roger Delgado – died 18 June 1973
11 March 1967 – John (Scot) Barrowman
20 March 1979 – Freema (Frema) Agyeman
22 March 1950 – Mary Tamm – Died 26 July 2012
25 March 1920 – Patrick (George) Troughton – died 28 March 1987
06 April 1959 – Mark Strickson
13 April 1951 – Peter Davison (Peter R. Moffett)
14 April 1958 – Peter Capaldi
18 April 1965 – Camille Coduri
18 April 1971 – David Tennant (David John McDonald)
20 April 1951 – Louise Jameson
12 May 1968 – Catherine Tate (Catherine Ford)
08 June 1940 – Carole Ann Ford
08 June 1943 – Colin Baker
28 June 1951 – Lalla ([Lady] Sarah) Ward
29 June 1943 – Maureen O’Brien
07 July 1919 – Jon Pertwee (John Devon Roland Pertwee) – died 20 May 1996
10 July 1941 – Jackie Lane
22 July 1964 – Bonnie (Bonita Melody Lysete) Langford
20 August 1932 – Anthony Ainley – died 3 May 2004
20 August 1943 – Sylvester McCoy (Percy James Patrick Kent-Smith)
20 August 1962 – Sophie Aldred
22 September 1944 – Frazer Hines
22 September 1982 – Billie (Lianne Paul) Piper
11 October 1962 – Nicola Bryant
14 October 1949 – Katy (Catherine Anne) Manning
20 October 1941 – Anneke Wills (Anna Katarina Willys)
28 October 1944 – Ian Marter – died 28 October 1986
28 October 1982 – Matt (Matthew Robert) Smith
14 November 1959 – Paul McGann
19 November 1924 – William Russell (Russell William Enoch)
29 November 1942 – Michael Craze – died 8 December 1998
06 December 1975 – Noel (Anthony) Clarke
07 December 1947 – Wendy Padbury
12 December 1961 – Sarah Sutton
16 December 1929 – Nicholas Courtney (William Nicholas Stone Courtney) died 22 February 2011
17 December 1929 – Jacqueline Hill – died 18 February 1993
19 December 1961 – Matthew Waterhouse
24 December 1941 – John Levene (John Anthony Woods)
29 December 1928 – Bernard Cribbins
Tribute to the Tenth Doctor
TimeLord Tuesdays and Thursdays
During the dry spell between series of Doctor Who, I am determined to keep myself busy with all things Who happening off telly. If there is something cool out there, I’ll bring it in here and we can all squee over it, enjoy it or politely clap – whichever you feel inclined to do.
With this in mind, I hit paydirt today in the form of some beautiful cosplay featured on the Doctor Who Cosplay Livejournal forum. I just couldn’t pass these up…
Big Chief Studios creates their own doll body for their Doctor Who exclusive doll line
The folks at Big Chief Studios released images today of a new body for their much-anticipated 11th Doctor male figure. Highly articulated, their website says this figure “will be utilised for both the Eleventh Doctor and also the Tenth Doctor, with a few minor modifications”. It will also be compatible with their soon-to-be-released Costume and Accessory Expansion Packs. Announced last November, news of the figure was released with breathtaking images of the prototype that are so life-like, many thought – myself among them – that they were actually photographs of the 11th Doctor himself!
Read the entire article and view more body images here.
If you missed the image release on the box packaging (like we did!), see them here.
My Answer to who is right for Who – RTD vs. Steve Moffatt
Someone on Facebook started this conversation. I generally don’t like these discussions as they tend to fracture fandom and start pissing contests, but if one person sees my point and speaks up that they too love something from both eras, it’ll make me a happy camper =D
They are/were both right. They both brought strengths to the show and have their weaknesses, but then every show runner will. I enjoyed RTD’s era for the angst and passion and brilliance he coaxed out of David Tennant’s performances and I love Moffatt for the fairy tale of Amelia Pond and the brilliance and poignancy of the Doctor with his Idris.
And TOGETHER they both brought us Blink and the tear-jerking reunion of his Doctor and Peter Davison’s in Time Crash, solidifying the link between Classic and New Who in the minds of many fans I have talked to – Davison even highlighted this bridging in his time on stage at Gallifrey this year.
I WILL NOT takes sides. This is a not pissing contest as to who’s Who is better. Finding joy and enjoyment in both eras means the fans win and that makes it so worth watching in the end.
Five and Dime Fangirl YouTube Channel
Missed Gallifrey this year? Now you can watch our premiere Who Crack Video Track on our new YouTube Channel! It is up at last, complete with the hand-done 11 Doctor countdown opening and end credits sequence that were such a joy to do for this massive project.
Click on the above link to visit our channel and watch the full playlist (sorry, playlists don’t embed for some reason). Don’t forget to subscribe to our updates as this is just the beginning of our projects.