The BBC announced the who will be Who after Matt Smith’s departure this Christmas. Want to know who will attempt to replace him in the hearts of Whovians everywhere? Find out after the jump.
Matt Smith broke the hearts of Doctor Who fans when he announced back in June that he was leaving the show. Now the search for a new Doctor is on - and the BBC told us when we’ll know just who he is. Check out the details after the jump.
After four seasons, two companions, one marriage and a backwards love story, Matt Smith will turn in his TARDIS key. Check out the details after the jump.
"Relentlessly Cheerful" artist James Hance typically produces geeky limited prints of subjects like Star Wars/Hundred Acre Woods mash-up Wookie the Chew, but has branched out a bit in his new Studio Ghibli meets British sci-fi "Totorwho?" Check it out after the jump.
It's a geek holiday tradition, like the Charlie Brown special and Scrooged... it's the Doctor Who Christmas episode. The reference in the seventh since the 2005 revival is obvious. Check out a preview of "The Doctor, The Widow, and The Wardrobe" after the jump.
Variety is reporting that David Yates, who directed the last four Harry Potter movies, is teaming up with the BBC to turn its iconic sci-fi TV series Doctor Who into a bigscreen franchise. "We're looking at writers now. We're going to spend two to three years to get it right," Yates told Variety. More after the jumpl
BBC News confirmed that Matt Smith will return for the next season of Doctor Who. In addition to the six episodes slated to finish the current season, fourteen additional episodes have been commissioned for season seven.
Doctor Who in Shinjuku! Daleks in Shibuya! Cybermen in Akihabara! What's going on here? 13 min. of an an imaginary and very impresive Doctor Who adventure cast in mold of classic '80s anime have appeared online! Taking visual cues from the likes of Bubblegum Crisis, Gunsmith Cats, and even a little Macross II, Paul Johnson’s homemade Doctor Who anime uses the likeness (and voice) of Third Doctor Jon Pertwee as the springboard for an original short that sees a detail-perfect Tokyo under siege by classic Who bad guys. Watch the whole thrilling adventure after the jump!