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It’s that wonderful time of the year of stockings and presents and mall stampedes, Santa suits and Christmas carol remixes. And of course, Doctor Who! Let’s start this one off with a Doctor Who themed Twelve Days of Christmas
video and a nice revamp of Twas the Night Before Christmas
from someone on dA itself. And no, it’s not one of those ad-libbed contest entries. [link] [link] Companions [link]
Celebrate the new Who companions with this lovely YouTube video set to Adele. The First Time I Met the Doctor [link]
Fans’ firsthand accounts of how they were introduced to Doctor Who, a show they now all adore with all their hearts. Throughout the internet and in real life, I’ve noticed a trend of people judging or being ignorant of the show and reluctant to try it. Something they quickly regret once they get sucked in. Why I am Obsessed with Old School Who [link]
A blogger ponders and addresses his unconditional love of Doctor Who. Why of all shows has this one managed to catch our hearts? What is it about Doctor Who that is so attractive? Or as he has put it, “something about Doctor Who
short circuits my critical faculties.” This may be an article targeted at classic Who, but the reasons are the same and it often parallels. It really touches on that core charm. Curse of Renwick [link]
A surprising stumbleupon is a fanmade story called the Curse of Renwick, which is part of a larger fanmade season. Season 26B. This specific story takes audio from official sources and blends them with (what I believe) is scenes from the show Jonathan Creek. Read about this project and the other episodes and stories created here: [link] The Music of Doctor Who [link]
When you really think about it, no other show has a theme intro quite like Doctor Who’s. Even the music is quite unique. It all started in 1963 with a piano and a woman. And it kept going with our cherished Murray Gold. Growing up with Doctor Who [link]
A family recounts their long history of the decades, father to children of how Doctor Who has permeated their lives. Growing up with scarf and TARDIS mug in hand, these kids knew how to roll. Worlds In Time [link]
The Doctor Who browser game previously mentioned is now here and ready! Watch the trailer and then go here to start up: www.doctorwhowit.com. I suggest one refrains from using the Safari browser though. Doctor Who and the Universal Vacation [link]
A very impressive fan production celebrating all of Doctor Who. Not so much a story as a wacky fun out romp video of Whovians doing what they love. Try to not be infected by their joyous vibe. More
Inspector Spacetime poster: [link]
Cube Doctors: [link]
Hats GIF: [link]
It’s like the Shoes YouTube video, but with hats and Doctor Who. Watch that first for context if you haven’t seen it before.Daleks
: TOO SHORT: [link] [link] [link] [link]
Baby, it’s cold outside: [link] [link] [link] Yes, 3D printers are real.
Seems like the internet had a bit of a slow down last week, and then exploded again. It’ll probably slow down again next week. It’s like the economy.
Let’s all wish the Doctor happy holidays, and, incidentally, he says a Merry Christmas to all of you at home! [link]
I am Mr. Copper, the ship's historian. And I shall be taking you to Old Londontown in the country of UK. Ruled over by Good King Wenceslas. Now human beings worshipped the great god Santa, a creature with fearsome claws, and his wife Mary. And every Christmas Eve, people of UK go to war with the country of Turkey. They then eat the Turkey people for Christmas dinner. Like savages!