I just felt the need to make this. Thank you Matt Smith.
The Timey-Wimey Team!
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- CD - http://askthecowardlydoctor.tumblr.com/
One gifset per confidential: Arthurian Legend
Oh no no no, where’d he go!?
Side Effect of Watching Doctor Who #227
Submitted by - emanresu11
Sorry about now updating. Thing are going slow. We have a episode planned, but we are still figuring out stuff. Sorry for the wait!
'ello everyone! CD here!
I was recently thinking to myself about wanting to do some tutorials for Who Artist so I made this! “TARDIS Tutorials” it will be a little thing in which I (Alongside the WR team) will be streaming!
For the first episode I wanted to show you all how to make a TARDIS materializing gif! Each week it will be something different from how to draw a certain character to HTML stuff! But I will have to see if any of you would like it to happen! So, if this post gets enough likes.. then “TARDIS Tutorials” will be real and be on the Whovians React Stream every Saturday! Thank you for listening!
~ Cowardly Doctor
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Sorry we never told you Scarfy! We just couldn’t get a hold of you to tell you about “Old vs. New” What it is going to be is we’ll watch a Who Episode of an character in a classic episode then in a modern episode and well react to it! Hoping you get back soon and good luck! ~ Ten/CD
Attention Timeladies and Timelords!
We’ve got our first episode series planned called ‘Old vs. New’, we will be reacting to various characters and monsters from Classic Who and Modern Who.
The first character we will be reacting too is:
We hope you’re all excited for the episode! Geronimo!
Doctor Who: New Zealand Mint aims to cash in on 50th anniversary with commemorative TARDIS coin - Radio Times
Trading on the fact that New Zealand was “the first country outside the UK to screen the show”, the national Mint has produced a commemorative solid silver coin – worth NZ$2 as legal tender but priced at NZ$155 – featuring the TARDIS on one side and Her Majesty the Queen on the other.
The coin comes in a presentation replica blue police box, which makes the iconic TARDIS sound when opened, and is officially licensed by BBC Worldwide, the corporation’s commercial arm.
The coin officially launches on 1 February at the Berlin World Money Fair. You can pre-order it at newzealandmint.com.