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This retro-style video is the amazing work of one Joshua Kahan who has not only created a parody of Doctor Who, but several other nerdy franchises. Really, you have to watch this one more than once because you’ll be laughing so hard you’ll miss half of it the first time.

There are references to the Japanese Super Sentai and The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers with Cybermen who’ve morphed into the Putty Patrol. The best part may be the Sonic Screwdriver/Green Ranger Dragon Dagger flute. Mighty Morphin Doctor is here to save us all!

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This mashup art featuring the characters of Doctor Who in the style of Adventure Time is the work of cartoonist Alex Dempsey. He calls it Adventure Time and Space! and it kind of makes us wish this was an actual cartoon. Speaking to io9, Dempsey said:

“I’ve always loved crossovers where there’s a link between the two pieces of media. I find it justifies the crossover and gives them a reason to be thrown together. In [the case of Adventure Time and Space!], it was the link between the term ‘An Adventure in Time and Space’ and the Title ‘Adventure Time’ and putting the two shows together seemed to work perfectly.”

There’s also a second series called The Doctor Dances that is even more adorable.

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It seems the TARDIS has run into a little trouble by the looks of these set photos snapped by Colin Waymark. They’re images from filming that is taking place in Cardiff and they have Peter Capaldi wandering around a smaller than usual TARDIS. Why? We don’t know. How? We don’t know. All your questions will have to wait until new episodes air, and even then we’ll probably all be left with more questions than answers.

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Peter Capaldi was asked to share one of his report cards, but instead he created a new one just for The Doctor. It was part of a fundraising effort for educationl charity Cecily’s Fund and will be auctioned on eBay on June 24th. Seems like Capaldi would make for a fair teacher even though he gave the doctor a D overall. He did at least give him an A+ in Dalek Fighting, so I don’t think The Doctor can complain.

(Radio Times via The Mary Sue)

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Jake Dunsbridge does such a spot-on impersonation of Matt Smith’s Doctor that it feels like it should be an episode of the show. He’s got the voice, the mannerisms, and the facial expressions down perfectly. Matt Smith actually saw the video and according to this tweet, he was rather impressed.

The tweet came via Mark Gatiss’s account since Smith doesn’t have a twitter handle. He wasn’t the only one that was impressed as Dunsbridge has even received a few marriage proposals!

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The Doctor in all his incarnations is capable of all sorts of amazing things and now he can add poetry to the list. Sure, maybe these aren’t the kinds of poems likely to win awards or even get a passing grade in your creative writing class, but the Doctors definitely deserve an “A” for effort. There’s one poem for every Doctor thanks to Tumblr user Herminbean, and each is a perfect little ode to the idiosyncrasies of its author.

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Now that Doctor Who is a go for Lego, the concepts are starting to trickle in to Lego Cuusoo. This idea for a Doctor Who Lego Set is definitely the most promising thus far. The design is the work of Andrew Clark who has been designing video games for the last 13 years but clearly has found his true calling.

The 530-piece set would include TARDIS interior and exterior walls, interior console, street, interior base, K9 and a Dalek. He’s also proposed 2 Doctor minifigs and 2 Companion minifigs that he hasn’t quite decided on yet. His suggestion is to have one older Doctor and one newer Doctor to make all the fans happy. There’s also the possibility of a Weeping Angel and even a Cyberman.

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These dog versions of The Doctor, or Dogtors, are the work of artist Christie who has drawn them all, including the War Doctor. She didn’t just randomly pick pooches either, but tried to pick dogs that worked for each Doctor. The 4th Dogtor is especially perfect.

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This amazing Temporal Schism Doctor Who Keyblade was handmade by deviantArtist SoulessStranger. She made it as a custom order out of layered plywood that was carved by hand with chisels and a dremel. The windows were done with matchsticks and a bit of resin. While the handle and key/crown are done in silver and brass spray paint, the rest of it is entirely hand painted.

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Lego Cuusoo has turned some fantastic nerdy properties like Back to the Future and Ghostbusters into our favorite toys, but Doctor Who has never been on that list. The reason came down to licensing rights which prohibited Lego from building anything Whovian…until now. An update to Lego’s project guidelines has given Doctor Who a thumbs up, so what are you waiting for? Break out those Lego bricks and start building that TARDIS!

(The Brickfan via Bleeding Cool)