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doctor who wars

This trailer proves that inserting any franchise into The Force Awakens trailer template makes it the must-see movie of the year.

YouTuber VG934 writes:

Being the huge Doctor Who and Star Wars fan that I am, how could I resist the chance to bring these two massive franchises together? Well sort of bring them together, let’s call it Who Wars.

Some may call me late to the party but I must remind you that a Wizard is never late, nor is he early – he arrives precisely when he means to. Alas, I’m no Wizard but the same principle applies.

I think you’re right on time, VG934. Now go make me a full length version.

Check out the trailer below.

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doctor who coloring book

Remember those really cool Harry Potter coloring books? We just learned that a Doctor Who version by the same publisher is about to be released and it’s just as cool.

There’s just one thing I want to know –– what are the consequences of coloring a Weeping Angel?

Check out a preview after the break.

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Owen James of Maven Industries usually builds and restores custom motorcycles and cars, but James also has a love for all things Doctor Who.

As such, he created this steel Dalek chimenea. It’s cool looking just as a sculpture, but it’s even more beautiful and eerie when it’s fired up. See that in the images below.


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Over the weekend the website for the Radio Times – Britain’s equivalent to the TV Guide – exclusively announced that current Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat would be leaving the show after its 10th season, and revealed that his successor would be Broadchurch / Gracepoint creator Chris Chibnall. They also revealed that season 10 would be airing in the Spring of 2017, meaning we’ll be waiting slightly over a year for Peter Capaldi’s third full season to begin – though we are still getting the prerequisite Christmas special beforehand.

There’s a lot to unpack here, so let’s start at the beginning.

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FarSight Studios, the developers of the critically acclaimed Pinball Arcade, want to bring the 1992 Doctor Who pinball machine to their collection of digitized pinball machine simulations. And they need your help.

The pinball machine was originally released by Bally in 1992 and features the first Seven incarnations of the Doctor taking on some of his oldest foes – the Daleks, the Cybermen and, of course, the Master. It was a wonderful fusion of licensing and pinball design, as the rules of the table actually change depending upon which version of the Doctor you choose to play as.

It’s long been held as a pinball classic, and now FarSight want to add it to their ever-growing selection of meticulously recreated pinball machines. But there’s a snag.

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new funko

Funko has debuted a new round of Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and Doctor Who Pop!s that include favorites like Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Captain Jack Harkness, River Song and more.

There’s a soft spot in my heart for Elisabeth Sladen, so it’s very nice to see Sarah Jane get some Funko love too.

See more below.

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time lord custom saber

Let’s raise a glass to Kenneth Hampton of Hampton’s Hand-Crafted Lightsabers, who built this gorgeously mashed up Time Lord Custom Lightsaber.

If I had one wish, I’d love to see this with a blue emitter, but it’s pretty just the way it is.

See it in action in the video below.

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One of the great things about Doctor Who is the fact that, no matter which actor is playing the role of The Doctor, the character is always The Doctor. As fans, we’ve come to find the differences and similarities between incarnations something to discuss, compare, contrast and enjoy.

One of those fans was at a Megacon, Orlando Q&A with Paul McGann and, after handing him the 12th Doctor’s speech from the recent “The Zygon Inversion”, asked him to read it as the Eighth Doctor.

McGann’s take is quieter than Capaldi’s and, to be fair, unrehearsed (apparently he hadn’t even seen the episode at that point). But if you wished you could see more of McGann in the role after “The Night Of The Doctor”, you’ll be interested to see his take on what has already become a classic Doctor Who moment.

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I’m pretty sure that most Doctor Who fans have come to love Peter Capaldi as the 12th Doctor. He really seems to understand and appreciate the iconic role (perhaps more than most of his predecessors).

He also understands the power the role can have on fans. Recently, Capaldi stopped by the hospital to visit a young Whovian named Danny…and it’s just perfect. Check out videos and photos from the meeting below.

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The Doctor has a brand new Sonic—and we have your first close-up look at it.

As you’ll see in the video below, Capaldi had some input into the design and he very much likes the new color.

I also took a trip over to Doctor Who prop maker Nic Robatto’s Rubbertoe Replicas FB page and he’s shared some pictures of the new Sonic, along with a couple of other props from the finale.

He also says he’ll have the 12th Doctor’s Sonic replica for order in 2016!

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