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'/who/ Cares?' podcast | Interactive Special Resolution Adventure: https://youtu.be/DdYakpCLZLE

File: 7acf14726d115bc⋯.jpg (47.61 KB, 482x639, 482:639, pup.jpg)

 No.231722

i made you a new years special, please respond

left on read >>230940

 No.231726

File: e87365078441ae2⋯.png (13.37 KB, 578x592, 289:296, scronch.png)


 No.231727

File: 6ee847301ccec63⋯.png (102.6 KB, 1272x1316, 318:329, 1518687453159.png)

*ahem*

FUCK JUDY


 No.231728

>>231727

okay i am taken aback at how based this is


 No.231729

File: 4543f32babb73ab⋯.png (318.32 KB, 3130x2750, 313:275, tardis team.png)


 No.231730

Rank the gap years

1986

2016

2019


 No.231731

>>231730

2016, we at least had the hype of kino coming afterwards


 No.231732

>>231731

I mean 2016 > 1986 > 2019


 No.231733

2016 and 2019 being so close together is so yikes


 No.231734

File: ff4014a8df3d24a⋯.jpg (70.44 KB, 790x554, 395:277, Rickygervais.jpg)


 No.231735

File: 1b67b1898b38873⋯.jpg (38.23 KB, 525x350, 3:2, 10628079_951399588207402_4….jpg)


 No.231736

File: 4eaee8e315cfe2d⋯.gif (1.59 MB, 211x119, 211:119, 1409551553445.gif)


 No.231737

Doctor Who movie directed by the Wachowskis


 No.231738

Doctor who movie directed by Rian Johnson


 No.231739

Wait when did 4chan become unblocked in australia?


 No.231740

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

 No.231741

File: b6636031cd5bb8f⋯.jpg (1.14 MB, 1611x1819, 1611:1819, george-michael-s4-to-s5.jpg)


 No.231742

File: 154ffd46784804f⋯.jpg (162.35 KB, 728x1092, 2:3, 2fe420k80001000.jpg)


 No.231743

File: 7c2bd5da1535442⋯.jpg (29.79 KB, 360x423, 40:47, 1554014117094.jpg)

>Since I was 12 years old there was a book I read, which is ‘Dune,’ which is my favorite book, with ‘Nineteen Eighty-Four.’ After ‘Prisoners,’ the producer of Alcon asked me what I would like to do next. I said, ‘Dune,’ spontaneously, that if anyone could get me the rights for ‘Dune’ — and I knew it was very difficult to get those rights. For me it was just a dream, and I guess I’m lucky that Mary Parent from Legendary got the rights and offered it to me. I can’t say no to that. I have images that I am haunted by for 35 years. I will not say no to that. That’s going to be the project of my life. And if anyone tries to prevent me from achieving this vision, I will use everything within my power to destroy them with all the finality I can bring to bear.


 No.231744

File: f7feefe5a02c3ab⋯.jpg (50.97 KB, 620x413, 620:413, paltraki.jpg)

🎵


 No.231745

On the off-chance that this does post somehow,m don't worry, I was just checking to see how much longer my ban is, and won't post again till it's over.


 No.231746

>>231745

The fact that you're waiting to see when you're unbanned tells me you're not ready


 No.231747

>>231745

Are you actually on a different IP testing your ban? I assume the janny will probably humour you here but you know ban evasion is kind of against the entire idea right.


 No.231748

Her name was…………………………………


 No.231749

…………………………………


 No.231750

……………………………………………………………………


 No.231751

………………………………………………………………………………………………………Umsang………………………………………………………………………………………………………


 No.231752


 No.231753

The actor for Tzim-Sha also starred as a dentist in a short called Teeth, lmao https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2230552/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_13


 No.231754

https://blog.gotinder.com/introducing-height-verification/

what are the implications for doctor who?


 No.231755

File: e41c6bd90f388cc⋯.png (312.8 KB, 401x615, 401:615, 1554018900908.png)

Good morning /who/. I've made you breakfast.


 No.231756

File: 86b445bb8e8d5bd⋯.jpg (224.88 KB, 808x606, 4:3, 1554020885468.jpg)

Pepper on top, right?


 No.231757

File: bc808bf5d7a29eb⋯.png (636.35 KB, 1000x502, 500:251, screen-shot-2019-03-29-at-….png)


 No.231758

File: 6402cda2b0e2a6d⋯.jpg (48.29 KB, 634x869, 634:869, 11584352-6861473-image-a-6….jpg)

You look great.


 No.231759

I've been told I look like Tom Hiddleston


 No.231760


 No.231762

File: 0c616b742eb5edd⋯.jpg (441.21 KB, 1814x2000, 907:1000, 8j08g069mvo21.jpg)

Avengers: Endgame


 No.231763

>>231762

Why is captain marvel looking the opposite direction to how all the other posters are composed?


 No.231764

>>231758

>news articles about how "creepy" it is

>youtube comments full of women gushing over having a tom hiddleston husband simulator


 No.231766

>>231763

Ironically she's arguably a lot more left than all the others - if you know what I mean.

>>231764

Yeah some of the western MSM reaction is very silly, it is not a weird thing at all, especially for China. I wonder if it'll play on any of those vertical lift screen things for ads too. The only weird thing is that breakfast lmao.


 No.231767


 No.231768

Actually I will say Tom looks a bit off to me in it, his hair seems kind of……I guess people are loving it so maybe it's just me but ehhh


 No.231769

>>231768

His hair seems a bit greasy. Can you see it as well?


 No.231770

>>231768

Maybe they were applying data on the type of hairstyles chinese women like?

Also that breakfast is the rainbow of colors of the centrum logo, isn't it?


 No.231771

>>231769

I'd say it's just got heavy amounts of product in it to keep it sitting like that


 No.231772

File: 82e7ed797d5ffaf⋯.jpg (74.62 KB, 768x512, 3:2, tom-hiddleston-sagg-aftra.jpg)

>>231769

Yeah absolutely. Also the styling looks kind of JUST to me too. He's a super handsome dude but that's doing him no favours and also the goatee seems kind of trashy on him imo.

>>231770

Yeah it's definitely possibly they were running off data on what sort of hair they like, also possible that's just the best they could do with whatever his hair was naturally between his projects at the time. Good call on the logo, I hadn't thought of that.


 No.231773

>>231771

Yeah, this is more likely but I'm sure you can see what I mean when I say that, right?

>>231772

I think the style is fine, it'd just look nicer with less product.


 No.231774

In interviews Hiddleston regularly drops little facts about the source material of stuff he's doing (i.e. comic references in MCU interviews); he takes his job quite seriously, it's neat. Really loved his Henry V too.


 No.231775

Cast Hiddleston in Doctor Who


 No.231776

File: a3be0405015d495⋯.jpg (294.93 KB, 861x572, 861:572, 1405847460694.jpg)

vintage meme


 No.231777

File: e9acf4c9d8481fb⋯.jpg (109.14 KB, 1656x1224, 23:17, dspeat.jpg)


 No.231778

File: 3ddc2548afed2ff⋯.png (493.08 KB, 708x576, 59:48, 1407773861905.png)


 No.231779

The Doctor will see you now.


 No.231781

>>231780

it's not a blackpill if it isn't true


 No.231783

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.231784

Was timecoded part a utopia moment https://youtu.be/6Zbi0XmGtMw?t=174


 No.231785

File: 33cfe906a50b126⋯.png (66.14 KB, 560x410, 56:41, dsp.png)

Was it a utopia moment?


 No.231787

File: eb78d5afcca3c76⋯.jpg (247.83 KB, 1600x1200, 4:3, l3exknbpjep21.jpg)


 No.231788

Season 24 has only one bad story, Time and the Rani.

Delta and the Bannermen, Paradise Towers, and Dragonfire are all absolute comfykino.


 No.231789

>>231788

Yeah you're quite based aren't you


 No.231790

Towers>>>>Delta>>>>>>>>>Dragon>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Rani


 No.231791

GOD TIER

The Curse of Fenric

Ghost Light

The Greatest Show in the Galaxy

Survival

Remembrance of the Daleks

GREAT TIER

Dragonfire

Paradise Towers

Battlefield

Delta and the Bannermen

BAD TIER

Silver Nemesis

AWFUL TIER

Time and the Rani

S26 > S25 > S24


 No.231792

>>231791

Swap Dragonfire and Nemesis and I agree


 No.231793

7 had an insane run, so crazy he got cancelled


 No.231794

At least he didn't get #cancelled


 No.231795

>>231792

Dragonfire's shortcomings in some shoddy sets (mainly the ice tunnels) is made up for handily by its great score, costumes and a fairly memorable villain. The Dragon itself is great.

>>231793

I was reading the McCoy/McGann "In Their Own Words" book yesterday and either Cartmel or Aaronovitch mentioned that from 1983 onwards the BBC liked to leave the possibility of making another series until almost the last minute because they weren't sure if it was worth it or not. Imagine another timeline where Dragonfire or Greatest Show is the last classic Who story. I also read that they were about 10 minutes away from canceling Greatest Show outright after the asbestos scare at the BBC before one of the staff said that they could just not film it in a studio.


 No.231796

>>231795

What'd you think of the Name of the Doctor Dragonfire scene?

Greatest Show is absolutely GOAT but the thought of no S26 is scarier than Night Thoughts!


 No.231797

>>231796

As someone who knows about 7's era and knows that there are probably better examples to use to give people a visual of Clara helping 7 in some way, the fact that the literal cliffhanger from Dragonfire is used as an exemplary section to show NewWho fans Clara interacting with his era is fairly frustrating as it just makes him look ridiculous. The novel of Dragonfire follows the original intent of the cliffhanger with 7 trying to bypass an icefall and misjudging how deep the chasm is.


 No.231798

File: 74c0b39ef13b5ad⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 133.37 KB, 600x600, 1:1, 20190327130201bfpdwcdmg046….jpg)

Is Ravenous 4 the most obvious cry of "We've run out of ideas" from Big Finish in ages?


 No.231799

>>231798

It looks really, really bad since it comes across as bottom scraps after a fucking River Song set. And putting so much shit together you just know it will be like The Light at the End and rushed spectacle that's not actually particularly interesting (i.e. you could tell a legit interesting strong story about Roberts Master and McGann meeting again but when it's just one among ~10 gimmicks in a boxset, you know there won't be any real meat to it).


 No.231800

>>231798

I gave up on the 8 boxsets after DC1. Is there some sort of arc for Ravenous or is it just random shit thrown together?


 No.231801

If 8's next thing after Ravenous is another 4x4 16-story boxset series interconnected by some lame Time Lord-adjacent villain, it'll be an absolute joke.


 No.231802

>>231799

Ravenous 4 is going to be comprised of -

>The culmination of Ravenous 1, 2 and 3

>8, Helen and Liv VS not only The Eleven (and probably The Nine or The Twelve) but FOUR variations of The Master AND The Ravenous

>a suitable payoff for the mystery surrounding The Ravenous

>a constricted 4 part narrative with 2 of those parts being the same story

>the supposed farewell to either Liv, Helen or both (if we're fucking lucky)

>a setup for future boxsets

>timeline fuckery to make sure 8 forgets about meeting Missy and Jacobi

All of that in 4 hours. Everything's obviously gonna go to plan. Everything. EVERYTHING.


 No.231803

>>231802

I forgot to include "and the whole thing's written by the dreamteam of Dorney/Fitton"


 No.231804

>>231782

I disagree

you're wrong

capaldi was a fantastic doctor


 No.231805

File: 348e06a0dcc7689⋯.png (885.7 KB, 898x950, 449:475, joker.png)

>>231802

Even if it wasn't the same fucking bland Fitton/Dorney team we always get doing this and was someone GOAT like Shearman or Hall, or even just someone like Lidster, or even Platt, I don't think there'd be any way to make it kino because it's so fucking busy and clumped together. Especially in audio where it's hard to do lots of things running at once, focused stories work way better. The only clusterfuck/tonnes-of-shit audio I can even think of that was brilliant is Death in the Family and that's because all that arc had been slowly and meticulously set up for years, and because Hall is fucking incredible. How can you get a Chimes of Midnight tier story if you have a trillion plot things you need to work through? I don't think even the TV show gets this busy, I guess the closest equivalent is the S4 finale? Eughr it's all so tiresome…I wish 8 was just off doing looser more standalone stories again, and wasn't all tied down with Time Lord shit.


 No.231806

I just remembered Doom Coalition 4 basically wasn't even an ending and Ravenous 1 had to be the actual conclusion to that story, so there's a chance they'll pull that same stunt again and this won't even conclude the Ravenous story at all.


 No.231807

>>231805

God, DC was an absolute slog in places. At least Big Finish is utilizing Andrew Smith and Marc Platt well with the First Doctor stuff.


 No.231808

Reminder that we're getting ANOTHER 8 boxset in July with a Briggs written Dalek story. **There's also a fair amount of interest in The Fendahl, so they're probably gonna be appearing at some point soon in the Main Range.""


 No.231809

>>231807

Thoughts on Tom having done more audio seasons than TV seasons?


 No.231810

>>231809

I can't even think of a single Tom audio that I enjoyed. Need I say more?


 No.231811

File: 1fabe3563cee10e⋯.jpg (553.8 KB, 1417x1417, 1:1, unitns08_slipcase_1417sq_c….jpg)

Nu-UNIT has hit 8 seasons as of this month too!


 No.231812

>>231801

Hear me out. What if there was a Time Lord. But bad


 No.231813

New BF website tomorrow


 No.231814

>>231813

And their new pricing for non UK users. Should be fun


 No.231815

Who should River meet next? The recast Brig? The first Doctor?


 No.231816

File: 995eb5dd09557ef⋯.png (29.89 KB, 399x552, 133:184, ClipboardImage.png)

Dark Eyes 1 - 2012

Dark Eyes 2 - 2014

Dark Eyes 3 - 2014

Dark Eyes 4 - 2015

Doom Coalition 1 - 2015

Doom Coalition 2 - 2016

Doom Coalition 3 - 2016

Doom Coalition 4 - 2017

Ravenous 1 - 2018

Ravenous 2 - 2018

Ravenous 3 - 2019

Ravenous 4 - 2019

Time War 1 - 2017

Time War 2 - 2018

Time War 3 - 2019

Time War 4 - 2020 (probably)

The Further Adventures of Lucie Miller 1 - 2019

The Further Adventures of Lucie Miller 2 - 2020 (probably)

Between all of them there's probably under 10 good stories.


 No.231817

When River Met Mao


 No.231818

>>231797

I'm the complete opposite, choosing a widely derided and hilariously naff moment to transform into part of some epic lore montage (with only classic viewers getting the joke) made me absurdly happy. I feel certain Moffat picked that one out himself. The message is that even the silly bits of Who deserve love.


 No.231819

>>231818

That's a fair reading


 No.231820

>>231799

i haven't heard any 8th doctor since dark eyes and i just don't want to

why is it that he's just become the epic new who teamup box set doctor, will they ever just show some restraint and give him some low key material?


 No.231821

>>231820

Nope. Dark Eyes is a good stopping point too, that had finality and was good. He's a cashcow I presume, and Night of the Doctor bolstered him a lot.

Are you excited for the Morbius?


 No.231822

>>231821

very much so


 No.231823

>>231822

maybe we could

go

together


 No.231824

File: 9f07c180caf8c70⋯.jpg (134.55 KB, 624x799, 624:799, a5447cd.jpg)


 No.231825

File: a70763453d063fe⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 900.8 KB, 853x480, 853:480, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.231826

File: 7acf14726d115bc⋯.jpg (47.61 KB, 482x639, 482:639, pupper.jpg)

i sent u my dilber pls respond


 No.231827

Hey, Sloath?


 No.231828

>>231827

hello, what's up?


 No.231829

>>231828

Did we ever finish Blind Terror?


 No.231830

File: 8e948919375c179⋯.jpg (30.03 KB, 1080x288, 15:4, o0g7usfw7ep21.jpg)

lol


 No.231831

Dilbar?


 No.231832

Chadha jo mujhpe suroor hai

Asar tera yeh zaroor hai

Teri nazar ka kasoor hai

Dilbar dilbar…

Aa paas aa tu kyun door hai

Yeh ishq ka jo fitoor hai

Nashe mein dil tere choor hai

Dilbar dilbar…

Ab toh hosh na khabar hai

Yeh kaisa asar hai

Hosh na khabar hai

Yeh kaisa asar hai

Tumse milne ke baad dilbar

Tumse milne ke baad dilbar

Dilbar dilbar… dilbar dilbar…

Dilbar dilbar… dilbar dilbar…


 No.231833

>>231824

That's a great work of art.


 No.231834

>>231829

no but if wanted I could post the links again, it's very good.


 No.231835


 No.231836

>>231834

A little birdy tells me at least one other birdy would be interested for us to do it sometime.

also thanks again for your intelligent-as-always insights the other day on twitter =)

>>231835

wyd rn?


 No.231837

>>231829

Was that the Eve Myles audio?


 No.231838

>>231836

i'm watching vinesauce vinny videos what about you


 No.231839

>>231837

Yes.

>>231838

Just left stream after about 15min idling in there hoping you'd pop in.


 No.231840

>>231839

well pop the goddamn hell back in there


 No.231841


 No.231842

File: d4d915275e03643⋯.png (3.95 KB, 224x90, 112:45, ClipboardImage.png)

4chan replies does not work anymore if you use adblock


 No.231843

https://www.bigfinish.com/news/v/deferment-of-international-exchange-rate-on-downloads

>However, having received feedback from supporters of Big Finish outside the UK, we feel a further review is required and it has been decided to not make any movement away from 1:1 pricing for a further two months.

Anyone who stills pays for BF outside the UK you have two months to get your preorders in before they up the price


 No.231844

people who buys plastic discs


 No.231845

>>231843

this really should just be a sign to Big Finish that their audios are too expensive.


 No.231846

>>231845

if only they were worthy


 No.231847

Opinions on Peladon?


 No.231848

>>231847

which one?


 No.231849

>>231848

Curse, Monster and the idea of Peladon


 No.231850

The Brexit of Peladon


 No.231851

File: de924432e82bd39⋯.png (116.37 KB, 200x200, 1:1, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 086a28279ad28f9⋯.png (124.77 KB, 200x200, 1:1, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.231852

I think that Peladon is spanish for

Big Naked Man


 No.231853

File: ee75f16a29ad014⋯.png (14.39 KB, 649x194, 649:194, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.231854

File: a1fb673328b5c52⋯.png (11.31 KB, 620x163, 620:163, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.231855

As someone who really didn't like River on TV (apart from in S4 and Husbands), I've been adoring her audios. I just listened to the first story in the third set, and only the very first of her stories has been bad to me, although every other story being "she meet the docta but then he forget" can be a bit annoying.


 No.231856

>>231798

"OK guys, we need a new boxset, what do you have?"

"What about… *shuffles cards* the Eighth Doctor fighting *shuffles cards* the Eleven, but then he meets… *shuffles cards* four Masters!"


 No.231857

>>231856

> four Masters!"

again?

>yes

but not the bald one


 No.231858

As someone who really didn't like Broken Mirrors in threads (apart from when he deleted the wiki) I've been adoring him in the podcast. I just listened to the third Mirrors ending in the year's first podcast, and only the very first 50 minutes of his monologue has been bad to me, although every other minute being "whale sounds" can be a bit annoying.


 No.231859

Are the BF 1DAs any good? I absolutely hate the idea of them showing pre-Delgado Masters and 1 or 2 meeting the Master, but I've heard that they're good.


 No.231860

>>231859

Bradlley's are not canon


 No.231861

>>231859

The pure historicals are fantastic and they don't feel like they're out of place at all. The First Master stuff can get in the bin, though.


 No.231862

>>231859

The Master is absolutely terrible in them. The other stories are good. One (story) is outright great.


 No.231863

>>231860

I know but it still annoys me that they would have even a non-canon first Doctor meet the mustard

>>231862

>>231861

Oof, what I expected. Anyone got a place I can download them?


 No.231864


 No.231865

>>231864

Thanks


 No.231866

File: f21a1a2d40eda47⋯.png (117.26 KB, 180x300, 3:5, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.231867

>>231866

I know this exist and I hate the very idea of it. Is it actually any good?

and don't give me any of that "war chief is the master" bullshit


 No.231868

File: 1286fd0540241d9⋯.png (275.92 KB, 768x576, 4:3, ClipboardImage.png)

>>231867

the master is actually the master


 No.231869

File: 7827df75e6046a7⋯.jpg (34.98 KB, 581x625, 581:625, IMG_20190331_184217.jpg)

I wonder how they will release this live action remake


 No.231870

File: 4a79b21d2ee7df2⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 208.7 KB, 1200x628, 300:157, this-horrifying-image-peta….jpg)

I feel so strongly that a zygon version of this should exist that I dreamt of it.


 No.231871

>>231864

This first story has been so comfy until the Master showed up


 No.231872

>>231870

Does the Zygon replace the cow or the human in this scenario?


 No.231873

>>231872

cloister wants the zygon's dilbers


 No.231874

>>231873

>>231872

Zygon would be the cow.


 No.231875

I should clarify this dream scenario. I dreamt someone has produced this image on /who/ and I was a bit disappointed when I woke and it wasn't. I'm not having cow-furry-zygon wet dreams, yet.


 No.231876

The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos:

>RYAN: Maybe. But you got it now. We're family. And I love you.

Resolution:

>RYAN: No, he's not. He's mine. Dad. Dad, I'm here for you. I forgive you. I love you, Dad. Take my hand!

Two consecutive episodes in which Ryan "redeems" paternal figures by declaring his love for them.


 No.231877

>>231875

Suuuuuure


 No.231878

>>231875

What a man does in the privacy of his own regeneration is his business.


 No.231879

>>231876

What was Chib hinting at?


 No.231880

File: be241376914e73c⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 4.56 MB, 1521x2440, 1521:2440, zycock.png)

>>231870

is this close enough


 No.231881

>>231878

>>231877

T-thanks.

>>231880

That's the wrong kind of milking, but I think I might be keen on seeing more. This should be in the nsfw thread if the generals haven't knocked it off the board. If that's the case maybe someone should create a new one


 No.231882

How does /who/ rank Sherlock?

The Blind Banker<Study in Pink<The Great Game<The Empty Hearse<Hounds of the Baskerville<The Abominable Bride<The Final Problem<The Reichenbach Fall<Scandal in Belgravia<The Sign of Three<His Last Vow<The Lying Detective

HLV and TLD are basically tied though.


 No.231883

>>231882

all the solo Moffat episodes > all the rest


 No.231884

>>231882

What about The Six Thatchers?


 No.231885

>>231883

Which ones were just written by Moffat? I know that Scandal in Belgravia was, and he actually said on Instagram that was the script he wrote he was most proud of


 No.231886

>>231884

Ah shit, forgot about that one, probably in between Final Problem and Reichenbach Fall


 No.231887

>>231882

Scandal in Belgravia>>>>>>>>>>>>>the rest


 No.231888

>>231887

That's definitely one of the best, but the mind palace scene in His Last Vow and basically everything in Lying Detective puts them above it


 No.231889

>>231885

A Study in Pink

A Scandal in Belgravia

His Last Vow

The Lying Detective

All are the best episodes of their respective series. I understand why Scandal is the one he loves most, it is probably the Moffatest thing ever written.


 No.231890

The Riechenbach Fall is the best sherlock episode and the show should have ended there, don't (You) me


 No.231891

>>231890

the last 30 minutes are flawless but the hour before that is very hit or miss


 No.231892

>>231889

Oh wow OK, that makes much more sense

>>231890

It's certainly an amazing episode, and would have made a great ending, but almost every episode that comes later is a masterpiece as well and I wouldn't want to lose those great stories.


 No.231893


 No.231894

>>231893

that dirty dog


 No.231895

With all of my thousands of contacts, can anybody please tell me how to contact capaldo who appeared on this current series of Casualwhostream. I know he works in a mosque.


 No.231896

File: 936a181cb3d4e01⋯.jpg (43.62 KB, 640x426, 320:213, DarkWater-640x426.jpg)

>>231895

I'll see what I can do.


 No.231897

With all three of my contacts, can anybody please tell me how to contact nilso who I spotted in a gay bar. I know he works lifting slabs


 No.231898

OK, The Destination Wars was actually pretty earkino, and very comfy. I was very surprised by the Dreyfuss Master, I thought he was pretty good, much better on audio than how he looks from the promo shots (which are just photoshopped on to Simm's body lmao), but I'm still against the very idea of him. Makes me realize how amazing the Hartnell era is


 No.231899

File: 8a93806a53d2293⋯.jpg (235.01 KB, 1238x748, 619:374, nilsosgay.jpg)

its over.


 No.231900

>>231899

try harder


 No.231901

>>231899

Doctor Who would much benefit from being on something like netflix and dropping it all at once tho


 No.231902

>>231901

Explain how.


 No.231903

>>231901

That would make discussion utterly atrocious


 No.231904

>>231899

>fewer

…fewer than 10. which was already fewer than 12, which was fewer than 13 AGHGHHHHH

less chib who is a good thing actually


 No.231905

>>231899

i'm finding myself quite intrigued at what this could mean for /who/cares. if it's true. which it could be, since they were right about the sunday move and i think they knew about the reduced episode count for series 11

maybe it's a bit early for them to actually know this kind of stuff though


 No.231906

>>231745

Underrated post


 No.231907

>>231893

This tweet scares me


 No.231908

>>231905

wait a minute though how would they air it on bbc one if it drops all at once on britbox

does that mean i can no longer watch it on iplayer

wtf

kind of leaning towards it being bullshit but having britbox in the uk is already a bullshitty enough idea and that's actually happening


 No.231909

>>231902

I just feel as if that would let them make the series much more connected

>>231904

>>231905

The screencap is obviously fake, just google it


 No.231910

>>231909

>that would let them make the series much more connected

Why does it need that?


 No.231911

>>231910

OK let me rephrase that, Doctor Who would much benefit from being on a streaming service under a showrunner other than Chibnall


 No.231912

>>231911

No it wouldn't


 No.231913

>>231868

The Master MEANS the Master


 No.231914

>>231913

Brexit means Brexit!


 No.231915

File: 5b32a5ec47e9f48⋯.png (1.29 MB, 750x755, 150:151, ClipboardImage.png)

dwe


 No.231916

>>231754

Paul McGannlet


 No.231917

>>231916

He is not the shortest anymore because of Jodie


 No.231918

Weight verification when?


 No.231919

>>231917

womanlet


 No.231920

>>231918

Its probably in her epk if you contact her manager.


 No.231921

>>231810

Scratchman


 No.231923

sayward books


 No.231924

>>231810

What about Hornet's Hive? That was pretty Kino.


 No.231925

New production designer

https://bendavisgd.com/cv


 No.231926

>>231925

>Season

Why don't people get that if it's British, it's series


 No.231927

>>231925

fuck arwel lmao

hopefully this means new console room and sonic


 No.231928

File: 630a38332c2dc9c⋯.jpg (290.93 KB, 2486x1088, 1243:544, Screen Shot 2019-03-31 at ….jpg)


 No.231929

Remember that journalist who wrote about the Partition some months before S11 writing being named Yasmin Khan?


 No.231930

Remember that writer Pete McTighe who wrote a character named after his favorite /who/ser?


 No.231931

Is there a single /who/re that actually likes S11? I hate it too but it feels as if there's not any real discussion anymore other than "this episode is slightly less bad than the other one" "no it isn't"


 No.231932

>>231931

There is one infamous user…but he hasn't been seen for a long time.


 No.231933

>>231931

There was literally just an interesting discussion about Big Finish in this very thread.


 No.231934

>people arguing about whether a series was good or bad is the only type of discussion possible


 No.231935

>>231931

There are things I like. The interest in diversifying both in front of and behind the camera is well intentioned, and responsible for two of the best episodes of the series. And he's made a lot of choices that I would have made in the same position, such as a female doctor, an increased focus on historicals, and the gimmick where every episode also has an educational component. If it wasn't for the abdication of character development and story arcs, and for the general lack of quality in his writing, and for the slapdash production quality in general leading to a gap year right after a recruitment year, I'd probably like Series 11.


 No.231936

>>231931

Immigrant & Hunter


 No.231937

>>231936

>>231932

Ah, OK. I hardly go on here anymore, thanks.

>>231935

>If it wasn't for everything in front of the camera being terrible, I would like it!


 No.231938

>>231937

Why are you so attached to the idea that arguing about whether S11 is good or not is the only type of discussion? There's literally other discussions in this very thread.


 No.231939

>>231938

I think he meant that there's no real discussion about the merits of series 11 in general, rather than just dunking on it 24/7 with the occasional "But demons was good".

>>231937

Oh, I like plenty of things going on in front of the camera. I even like the concept of the TARDIS, though I don't think it worked as a set until Resolution. It's better to say "If it wasn't for Christopher Theodore Chibnall, I would like it!"


 No.231940

>>231938

What >>231939 said.

Also I gotta be honest I agree with you about the TARDIS, I feel like if you were actually in the set it would look great, but the way they shoot it is always awkward. It's also kinda funny that 13 has, in my opinion, the best TARDIS exterior.


 No.231941

>>231940

Why is concertedly trying to arbitrarily raise merits of S11 out of nowhere valuable at all though? /who/ talks about things every day and S11 isn't owed some critical reappraisal for "discussion". We literally just a /who/ser writing 13000 words on Series 11 this week in an essay; thoughts haven't dried up.


 No.231942

>>231941

I mean if you remember to summer of 2017, there were people discussing S10 and there were actual discussions back and forth. Whatever though fam, I don't see why you're on my ass so much. S11 bad


 No.231943

>>231942

S10 had plenty to talk about, Moffat's run was always doing all sorts of things. S11 is insanely shallow. That's why it's so difficult to talk about. The fact 13000 words could even be generated on the finale at all is bizarre and I suspect only because of how sharp that whoser is and how excruciatingly thorough they got with working through the episode. We could talk until the cows come home about Hell Bent any day of the week but there simply is so little to talk about with S11.


 No.231944


 No.231945

Are reading the VNAs necessary to read the EDAs? I'm planning on reading them all eventually anyway, I was just wondering because I've really been loving 8 lately


 No.231946

>>231945

Not at all


 No.231948

>>231945

>Are reading the VNAs necessary to read the EDAs?

No, the EDAs were explicitly conceived as a reaction against the VNAs. Virgin had the license taken away from them after the TV Movie because the BBC wanted a more sanitised range.


 No.231949

>>231946

>>231947

OK, thanks. It'll probably be a bit before I get to them though because I wanna finish 7's era first.

The EDAs aren't really canon anymore though right? Or, as non canon as anything else anyhow, and if they are, when do they land in relation to 8's audios and comics?


 No.231950

>>231948

How do you mean reaction against?


 No.231952

File: 05607c82d4a983c⋯.png (258.71 KB, 638x624, 319:312, snap.png)

>The EDAs aren't really canon anymore though right?


 No.231953

>>231952

>>231951

I know that the show has no real canon, mainly I was wondering if apart from Company of Friends if they relate at all to the comics or audios


 No.231954

>>231950

As in the BBC looked at the VNAs and were like "we don't want that".


 No.231957

File: ab192948279c4f2⋯.jpg (21.43 KB, 300x300, 1:1, 1554086161267.jpg)

>JORDAN! AY! JORDAN! WAIT UP!

>How’s it goin, man? It’s been FOREVER!

>W-what? What do you mean you don’t remember me? It’s me! Keegan!

>….From MadTV? Key and Peele? What do you mean you don’t remember? No, I don’t want an autograph! What the fuck are you talking about?

>anyway, man, I’m so glad I ran into you… money’s been a bit tight lately, I was wondering if…

>What the fuck are you doing? I’m not asking for a handout, stop shoving money at me! I wanna know if you had any open roles for the Twilight Zone show!

>What do you mean talk to your assistant? We’re best friends!


 No.231958

>>231956

>>231955

Right, thanks. And I suppose there's always "le timewars messed up timline". I am really looking forward to reading them though, I've loved everything I've heard about them


 No.231959

>>231957

How was he in the Predator?

I'm really hesitant to watch Peele's Twilight Zone because I really don't want it to be bad but I feel it will be


 No.231960

>>231959

Predatory.


 No.231961

So what happened with the five year plan


 No.231962

>>231961

Chibnall never said it, it was something said by someone who had worked with him.


 No.231963

>>231961

Seems pretty simple to me.

2018: Recruitment year

2019: Decruitment year

2020: Amusement year

2021: Accusement year

2022: Excusement year


 No.231964

>>231961

You might be thinking of the five year evergreen strategy built around a commitment to a solid content pipeline.

It's out the fucking window is where it is


 No.231965

Recruiting us one year then decruiting us the next; it's like he gets off on being withholding.


 No.231966

>>231956

>8 comics were bad

When did this opinion start happening? The DWM comics were great. The Flood ranks better than 90% of the televised Cybermen stories. Is it because of the new series comics? Admittedly I havent read them yet.


 No.231967

>>231959

>I'm really hesitant to watch Peele's Twilight Zone because I really don't want it to be bad but I feel it will be

Most non-Serling attempts have been bad.


 No.231968

EDAs >>> 8 Main Range audios >>> 8 comics >>> 8 boxsets


 No.231969

Nate Bumber >>> N8 >>> /u/wtfbbc >>> [redacted]


 No.231970

ritual of the stenza


 No.231971

and there's the stenza and the tenza as well


 No.231972

>>231953

Only very minor references.

>The Zygon Who Fell to Earth (audio) references The Bodysnatchers (EDA).

>Sam is in a list of the Doctor’s old companions in Minuet in Hell (audio). Many people think this was retconned with Samson, but that doesn’t actually work because of the mind wipe in Terror Firma

>A Company of Friends has not only Fitz but also the Doctor mentioning Compassion and Trix.

>Romana's whole Imperiatrix phase in the Gallifrey audios is 100% based on how she’s portrayed in The Shadows of Avalon (EDA).

>Zagreus (audio) tries to show the EDAs in a different universe but what they see doesn’t even match what happened in Adventuress of Henrietta Street (novel).

>The Tomorrow Windows (novel) even shows something that looks like Storm Warning (audio) in the Doctor’s future.

>The Adventures of the Diogenes Damsel (Benny audio) mentions Faction Paradox.


 No.231973

>>231972

>Zagreus (audio) tries to show the EDAs in a different universe

Was this one of the pettiest moves of the Wilderness?


 No.231974

File: 0bb50d81252e060⋯.jpg (247.25 KB, 846x875, 846:875, empty child tdf parallels.jpg)

reminder that moff considers TDF the end of his tenure and so should you


 No.231975

>>231974

it's funny that he'd also put villengard in twice upon a time


 No.231976

>>231973

Petty… Meh.

It was clear by Zagreus that everyone had figured out Gary Russell was a shit writer, so the whole bullshit that came out of it as Gary tried to make his characters and canon untouchable was dumb as shit-him killing off Evelyn in Real Time and the whole Zagreus thing was a big middle finger for his attempts to weld all of Doctor Who together(the comics being welded into the placebo effect novel, of which the range was welded into a reference in minuet in hell…)

In truth, the whole point of the story is that Gary Russell is kinda shit as a writer. He's a great producer though. In your rankings neo, id put another level down below the bottom for "anything by gary russell"


 No.231977

>>231798

I've said it once, I've said it twice, I've said it a thousand times. Doom Coalition should lead straight into the Time War boxsets and Big Finish should start adapting the Lethbridge-Stewart series

>>231805

>I wish 8 was just off doing looser more standalone stories again, and wasn't all tied down with Time Lord shit.

— Justin Richards, 1999

>>231924

I agree 100%, but it's almost shocking to realize I actually prefer BBC Audio to Big Finish. The version of myself from 5 years ago wouldn't have believed it. Bizarre.

>>231843

Odds that raised prices sink Big Finish's sales to the point that they're forced to be good?


 No.231978

>>231973

So many examples of Doctor Who/adjactent writers taking any chance to shit on other Doctor Who/adjacent media. It happens in Zagreus (contra EDAs); it happens in the VNAs and Eight comics (contra John and Gillian); it happens in Faction Paradox (contra RTD Who). Each and every time comes across as undeniably pathetic.

But then again, if you or I got the chance to authoritatively smack-down Chibnall Who…


 No.231979

>>231954

I'm by no means the expert, but while anyone can definitely see the effect you're talking about, I'm not sure it was 100% intentional.

There's definitely a significant shift in tone from Virgin to BBC Books. But it was a really weird situation. Due to its overseas production and long gestation, the TV Movie was utterly disconnected from all the (extremely interesting and groundbreaking) developments in Doctor Who that had been happening in the Virgin Books. You like writing the Doctor as a master schemer? Well, Eight is scatterbrained as hell. The Doctor is asexual, and in fact, so are all Time Lords? Eight just snogged his companion. You built up this huge mysterious lore about Looms and the Other? The Doctor's mom was a human, fuck you. It's rather telling that the only Virgin book with 8 was more-or-less explicitly a "fuck you" to the TV Movie.

The EDAs' first editor didn't really have any background knowledge of the series (hence thinking The Eight Doctors was a good choice for the range debut) so it's really not clear to me that she had any specific plans for how to differ from the VNAs. Pretty much all of the EDA and PDA writers were pulled straight from Virgin. I think the difference in tone comes down to the way that the TV Movie, and its (albeit vague) characterisation of the Eighth Doctor, shook up the landscape of what was going on in Who at the time.

All that aside, I'd be really curious to see a source for Virgin's license loss being due to sanitation or whatever. It's totally possible, but I'd always heard it explained as the BBC just trying to cash in on the obviously-successful Doctor Who novel market and fucking over Virgin in the process (just as they did to BBV with Big Finish and BBC Audio).

>>231945

The EDAs benefit from general background knowledge of the VNAs from a "history of Who" perspective. But they're 100% stand-alone from a "enjoying and understanding the stories" perspective. Be sure to skip The Eight Doctors unless you hate yourself!


 No.231980

Holy shit 4chan implemented a "Like!" feature for April Fools lol


 No.231981

File: 44f167fdba6862b⋯.jpg (43.8 KB, 768x511, 768:511, gallery_uktv-doctor-who-s0….jpg)

We are Londoners


 No.231982

Dumb likelets


 No.231983

>>231982

liked =)


 No.231984

>tfw no com/who/nity April Fools joke


 No.231985

>>231984

>mfw trying to set up a r/dw April Fools real fast but all the other mods are asleep


 No.231987

>>231986

Take my damn like you glorious bastard


 No.231988

Wiki registration should be working again


 No.231989

>like to write

>like to masturbate

>can't decide which to do

God, I just want to shag Jodie


 No.231991

>>231989

I find writing to be an inherently masturbatory act, personally.


 No.231992

>>231990

Do you think I'm someone else?

>>231991

How so?


 No.231994

File: bc0351f6f4e459d⋯.png (6.24 KB, 556x101, 556:101, fuckpete.png)

You have been liking posts, haven't you /who/?


 No.231995

>>231992

Moreso than music, moreso than video, even moreso than photography or portraiture, writing is an intensely solitary act, one of creation, of production, done on one's own (for the most part), drawing on one's experiences, thoughts, fantasies… it's masturbatory. And the fact we show it off to other people and get a thrill from it is therefore exhibitionism.


 No.231996

Gig, I don't know if you're around, but I just finished Chibshow 10 and wow, what a tour de force. If/when Chibshow is finished, it should be published somewhere as the definitive take on series 11.

For anyone who missed the link: https://gigawho.wordpress.com/2019/03/28/chibshow-10-ritual-of-the-stenza/


 No.231997

I CANT FUCKING POST ON 4CHAN AAAAA


 No.231998

nvm


 No.231999

>>231996

What a great idea 😎

Shall we hibernate for 3 months to get to the Resolution essay? hyuk hyuk


 No.232000


 No.232001

>>231937

I like Series 11.

>>231977

>Lethbridge-Stewart series

N8, you better not mean Candy Jar.


 No.232002

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>232000

Us spoilers exposition aside, that ending fight scene with this music was pretty dope right


 No.232003

>>231996

>be the last S11 fan

>watch as it all gets torn away


 No.232004

>>231989

Write using the emotional angst.


 No.232005

>>232001

>>232003

>>232004

Posipather or negapather?


 No.232006

>>232005

I…don't understand the question?


 No.232007


 No.232008

>>232006

Did you play the positive path or the negative path on the Resolution game?


 No.232009

>>232006

YOU'RE NOT THE BOSS OF ME NOW

YOU'RE NOT THE BOSS OF ME NOW

YOU'RE NOT THE BOSS OF ME NOW

AND

YOU'RE

NOT

SO

GIG


 No.232010


 No.232011

>>232008

I played the most common path of all.

(I haven't played yet. Been busy in RL.)


 No.232012

>>232002

Yeah. I loved use of music both serious and comedy and the sound design in general. the way Lupita croaks her lines in the meeting scene is woah


 No.232013

who /likelet/ here??? not me :)


 No.232014

>>232013

big BIG likes over here


 No.232015

According to set reports, people are thinking a S12 ep might involve Nazi France.


 No.232016

>>232011

>I played the most common path of all. (I haven't played yet.

wtf exactly are you trying to say here cause thats pretty damn rude if you mean what it looks like


 No.232017

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.232018

>>232015

The one thing that could make a series of Doctor Who worse than s11 is for Chibnall to write his take on Nazism


 No.232019

>>231988

I've been gone awhile and didn't know the wiki was back, can you please drop the link for me?


 No.232020

>>232019

http://fuckofferino.wiki/

>>232017

Have you seen the film Straight Outta Compton Storm? also that scene was apparently first set to Roxanne by The Police. works great with Fuck the Police though, especially with the lyrical connections

>>232012

The music was definitely one of the step ups from Get Out, and I loved the music in Get Out.


 No.232021

>>232016

Didn't mean to be rude, just trying to jokingly say I haven't played yet, which makes me really late; I know that Neo and all the contributors did great work, tho. Where else can you get a interactive multiple path podcast?


 No.232022

>>232020

Thanks


 No.232023

>>232020

>fuckofferino

No, fuck YOU neo, what the fuck, anon was just asking for a link. I have no idea why'd you be a dick like that, that's not like you :(


 No.232024

File: 2e229669b164fac⋯.jpg (91.04 KB, 315x437, 315:437, Smug_matt_2.jpg)


 No.232025

File: aaf8e2687740e3f⋯.jpg (290.3 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, Wishing Well.jpg)

>Please be aware that the Big Finish website and app will be unavailable for a few hours from 10am GMT

holy shit it worked


 No.232026

how can I delete a post on omnichan


 No.232027

>>232026

Just press the three dots on the far right of a post you've made and 'delete' should be one of the options.


 No.232028

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>232020

>Have you seen the film Straight Outta Compton?

No, missed that somehow. I'm not really into biopics. Heard some good stuff about it though.

What did you think about twist in the end?


 No.232029

>>232016

Sadly, anon, most human beings in the world have not played the /who/ Cares Resolution. Honestly, I suspect most human beings on earth haven't even seen Doctor Who. We're in a minority of a minority of a minority, negapathers even moreso.


 No.232030

I had no idea the wiki had been migrated like that. It's good to see that some of my stuff's still up. And here I was thinking to dig it out of the old file sent after the deletion and to repost it (after some rewriting, Christ I was awful) on a blog of my own…


 No.232031

Like this post if ur a true posipather


 No.232032

>>232030

Yeah it's still a WIP and we lost some images and the like but it went as smooth as it could I think.

>>232028

Oh it's not some great biopic, although it's a bit of fun, just an excuse to hear some of their music.

Also lmao at what you linked.

I saw the twist coming very early on but thought it was good for the story yeah, what about you?

>>232031

The Happy Ending is my personal favourite ending


 No.232033

I wonder if Deadlocked has anything else up his sleeves 😎


 No.232034

>>232032

yeah, same. it was pretty obvious thing to do but i read some opinions about it being unnecessary, and honestly i couldnt disagree more


 No.232035

>>232034

yeah wtf it was super important, you need it to show the Tethered aren't dumb evil animals or anything, they're just as human if they're raised as well as humans are. also, I've always wanted Dr Who to do a similar twist but with the Doctor and the Master regenerating at the same time and us mixing up who was who afterwards…iirc some fanseries or something wanted to do that


 No.232036

How long will gig be a cyberman?


 No.232037

>>232035

>I've always wanted Dr Who to do a similar twist but with the Doctor and the Master regenerating at the same time and us mixing up who was who afterwards

Whoa I'm not the only person to have had this idea! I always thought it would be so cool if there was a scene between the Doctor and the Master and it was ambiguous which one was which.


 No.232038

File: 2c8481a835b91ce⋯.png (122.76 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, posipathers be like.png)

In fact, I'd say that between Chris Chibnall's soulful empathy and wit, and Jodie Whittaker's boundless energy and charm, Doctor Who's latest regeneration is a welcome return to form that feels fresh well into the show's 55-year tenure!


 No.232039

>>232037

Similarly, I really wanted this to happen between 12 and 1 in TUAT, iirc I don't think I've ever mentioned that before.


 No.232040

Mirrors?


 No.232041

Can anyone fill me in on the wiki? Did it really get deleted due to "violating posting policy" or whatever? If so, don't we risk losing it again?


 No.232042

>>232041

The wiki is privately hosted on servers belonging to a trustworthy person now. It is not hosted on a big service like Wikia; it is running on a free and open source software and hosted on a reliable person's servers. Yes it got deleted due to those sorts of shenanigans, and it had been beset by all sorts of dramas for a while before that too. We don't really risk losing it because we've even taken it off Google indexing now; if you're not a /who/ser, then you won't find/know about the wiki. And even if you did, it's not being hosted or ran by someone one can complain to.


 No.232043

>>232042

Thanks for that info, that's pretty comprehensive.


 No.232044

All things considered, I think S11 is actually the best series. Sure it may not reach the quality of the best Moffat episodes, but nothing about it is offensively bad either. It’s the most consistently good series, and for that it is ultimately the best overall series of nuwho.


 No.232045


 No.232046

File: 5ff05cfcf4455f4⋯.jpg (239.67 KB, 614x919, 614:919, naughty chris chibnall.jpg)

>>231965

Oh, hello, Neo. Here’s a series. No, I’m withholding it. Look at me, ‘getting off.’


 No.232047

>>232045

hahahaha april fools!!!!! got you!!!!!


 No.232048

File: 544886a37648ce9⋯.png (1.14 MB, 2874x1126, 1437:563, egselend.png)

>>232047

egselend


 No.232049

>>232002

the split diopter shot was absolute topkino


 No.232050

>>232049

The shot was, the dialogue however…


 No.232051

I can think of a certain 'log' I'd like to 'dia'


 No.232052

>>232050

i didn't have any problem with it desu it was about the same duration as get out's big exposition scene anyway


 No.232053

the…(rasp)…solitract…(rasp)…is…(rasp)…a…(rasp)…sentient…(rasp)…universe…(rasp)…created…(rasp)…by…(rasp)…


 No.232054

File: 3642db9bcd18569⋯.jpg (31.44 KB, 618x618, 1:1, bb208570steven-moffat-LST0….jpg)

What dimension are you even in?


 No.232055

Oh you're a Moffat fan? Name 3 of his series.


 No.232056

skelly gang


 No.232057

File: c5f673e8e8e84e8⋯.png (18.73 KB, 646x159, 646:159, 1410760624580.png)


 No.232058

I'm not a fan of the Moffat era so I like to point out sexism in it whilst ignoring the same thing in other eras.


 No.232059

>>232057

What is the context of this image? Where did you find it?


 No.232060

>>232059

2014 /who/, had it saved in an old folder

http://archive.4plebs.org/tv/thread/48642844/#48643827

It's from when Listen aired, the tumblr user is verging at the notion that people who don't like the episode don't get it


 No.232061

>>232060

No they're not.


 No.232062

>>232061

What was it? My research was very rushed so I could easily be wrong


 No.232063

Anyone worked out what the little blue numbers appearing next to usernames on 4chan are? I know it's to do with April fools obviously


 No.232064

>>232063

It's a 'like' counter


 No.232065


 No.232066

>>232064

As in, how many likes that user has collected? Since the like counter per post appears in black at the end of the line.


 No.232067

https://www.bigfinish.com/

Loving this April Fools


 No.232068

>>232067

>glaring white background and no dark theme

send directly to trash


 No.232069

>Big Finish produce great full-cast audio drama

lmao you can't just say great, either actually use a decent adjective or don't use any at all


 No.232070

>>232001

Hey Immigrant!!! It's been too long! How've you been? Hope the irl busy-ness has all been good busy-ness.

I'm … well, saying "coming around to" might be overselling it, and I can't deny my boredom wrt the overall premise, but I've come to respect what Andy FA has achieved at Candy Jar. He's like a modern David J Howe (who sustained the (underrated) Time Hunter series long past its expected due date) in how persistently he's marketed the LS and Lucy Wilson series. The thing that made me critical in the first place was how he treated Jimbo… but honestly, there's nothing wrong with wanting to stick to a clear vision for your series and turning away those who can't meet it.

Although I'll never understand how dream stories are too wild while the Brig literally getting raped is a-ok.


 No.232071

>there are recommendations already for unreleased audios

oh no no no no no no no


 No.232072

>all audio stories categorized as "audiobooks"

AAAHAHAHHA PEDANTS GET FUCKED


 No.232073

>putting all their women-led ranges under one section, called "leading ladies"

https://www.bigfinish.com/collections/v/leading-ladies


 No.232074

Nu-UNIT

Diary of River Song

Torchwood One

Rose Tyler - Dimension Cannon

Bernice Summerfield

Lady Christina

Jenny, the Doctor's Daughter

Missy

They kept Iris separate and put her in a different section


 No.232075

main range -> monthly range -> the monthly adventures


 No.232076

The way they split up the actual Doctor Who stuff is fairly logical at least


 No.232077

>>232073

Oh no no no no

Genuinely dismayed they postponed the price hike, it would've beautifully intensified everything


 No.232078

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

 No.232079

wew wtf, hover your cursor over the "About" button


 No.232080

I'm at neutral zoom and the About drop down is so long I have to scroll down to see all of it lol


 No.232081

>putting the 1DAs under "The New Series"

kek


 No.232082

>>232074

To be expected sadly. You won't see Vienna or Graceless in there either. I think the BBC forces them to drive a hard line between their DW and non-DW properties, hence "Worlds of Dr Who" vs "Worlds of Big Finish" and the "New Adventures of Bernice Summerfield" reboot/reset/thing.

The BF Iris audios are mediocre at best anyway. But it is a shame that it means they can't put eg the old Benny audios in the same section as her newer stuff.


 No.232083


 No.232084


 No.232085

>no "Churchill!" tab


 No.232086

File: 5fbddcb97794f8b⋯.jpg (39.65 KB, 1341x222, 447:74, Screenshot_20190401-141757.jpg)

So was the redesign a mistake?


 No.232087

>>232086

I think it's definitely better, definitely, but of course there are a bunch of bad decisions still. The listener thing is stupid though. I wonder if they looked into a way to integrate the data from TimeScales


 No.232088

new website still feels strangely outdated


 No.232089

>>232088

It's only just caught up to the year 2012 or thereabouts.


 No.232091

Wait, maybe I should have DM'd it

fuck I ruined the surprise


 No.232092

>>232090

da fuck


 No.232093

Why did it get deleted


 No.232094

File: 0323c30ac48bcbe⋯.mp4 (13.34 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, whoPlaysIntro.mp4)

That's very kind of you janny but it's too late, the cat's out of the bag now


 No.232095


 No.232096

File: 0f8cc3e1c5bc6c7⋯.jpg (58.12 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, yes.jpg)


 No.232097

Nilso is het


 No.232098

Who is on the first /who/ plays? You may as well tell us now since it’s not a surprise anymore.


 No.232099

>>232098

What will be played?


 No.232100

>>232094

april's fool joke


 No.232101

>>232099

Roblox.


 No.232102

>>232101

Vanilla or sexy mod?


 No.232104

Molly's back at boarding school


 No.232105

If Key and Peele were in Doctor Who, which would make a better Doctor and which would make a better Master?


 No.232106

has anyone tried the molly drug?


 No.232107

YFW you love Dulcinea, but she was Aldonza all along, and she alerted you about it


 No.232108

File: f5112ea25598d28⋯.webm (4.82 MB, 852x480, 71:40, Gwen Cooper and the Pizza….webm)

>tfw accidentally think about the state of doctor who while eating dinner


 No.232109

>>232015

>S6E8: Let's Kill Hitler (Written by Steven Moffat)

>S12E3: If We Kill Hitler Then We're Just As Bad As Him (Written by Chris Chibnall)


 No.232111

If you suffocate spiders you are more humane then shooting them

>Chris Chibnall, 2018


 No.232112

>>232110

elab


 No.232113

Which episodes could be solved by materializing the TARDIS around something, to save people or lock down a baddie?


 No.232114

File: 0e843d72983b910⋯.jpg (258.96 KB, 998x1019, 998:1019, chobnoll.jpg)

>post yfw Season 12 Episode 3 is titled "Anne"


 No.232115

>post yfw Season 12 Episode 3 is titled "lindbergh baby"


 No.232116

>post yfw Season 12 Episode 5 is titled "lizzie borden is innocent"


 No.232117

>post yfw Season 12 Episode 6 is titled "the patriarchy of peladon"


 No.232118

>post yfw Season 12 Episode 1 is titled "period"

and is about punctuations


 No.232119

Doctor Who and the Strip of Gaza


 No.232120

>>232105

Key for doctor peele for master.

>>232106

Yes, she's quite fun.

>>232107

Are we talking about the man of La mancha?

>>232115

plz no


 No.232121

>post yfw Season 12 Episode 3 is titled "cloister"


 No.232122

>>232121

Nice try Chris. I (probably) still won't watch.


 No.232123


 No.232124

Oh Adolf. I didn't like you before you killed all those jews and slavs and disabled people… but now…. I really don't like you


 No.232125

File: 03127595e2ab5b5⋯.png (334.29 KB, 364x407, 364:407, ClipboardImage.png)

oxygen be like


 No.232126

>>232125

>Superman goes to light Castro's cigar but his laser rips the left side of Castro's face and chin off instead


 No.232127


 No.232128

File: 30d0dc3cb79210a⋯.jpg (197.57 KB, 1920x1040, 24:13, i'm BigFinished.JPG)

>>232085

Why is Daleks! the only one with exclamation mark?

This site is a clusterfuck to navigate.

To get to Gallifrey, I have to go to Audiobooks and Worlds of Doctor Who first then find halfway down a page which appears to be in any old random order where I find that all the releases are in REVERSE order as default, it appears that everyone else (I only checked four) is in oldest first (except 8's anomalies)

This infinite scroll is a shit and there's TONS of empty wasted space, you can view 6 SIX releases at once in a grid. I wish there was some text based version.


 No.232129

>>232128

Good god, that is bad. I fucking hate this trend of websites wasting infinite space at the sides just because they want people to browse on mobile.


 No.232130

Is there gonna be a Christmas special this year, or is that gone for good?


 No.232131

>>232130

We don't know. We don't know if the next special will be Xmas or New Year, and we don't know if it will come before or after Series 12.


 No.232132

Gosh, I still want to shag Jodie


 No.232133

File: 638a018781370ae⋯.jpg (190.54 KB, 1895x1007, 1895:1007, thanks nick.JPG)

Ok, NOW I'm Big Finished


 No.232134

File: 4c242bfc28752d0⋯.jpg (67.71 KB, 399x460, 399:460, scrench.jpg)

>>232133

>preordering that fucking monstrosity


 No.232135

>>232126

>>232125

There's a based one off called Red Son about an alternate Superman being raised in the USSR.

I recommend it.


 No.232136

>>232135

One of the best comics I've ever read, amazing twist at the end too


 No.232137

>>232134

The stories sound OK but dear god what fool would pay 40 pounds for it. Also a wasted opportunity to not have 10 in there. If 10 doesn't meet 4 before the unthinkable happens I will never forgive Briggs


 No.232138

>>232137

it won't happen. it can't happen. he's gonna outlive all of us


 No.232139

>>232138

Hopefully you're right, but still I have no idea how they haven't made a 10/4 story yet, and that's coming from someone who hates 10


 No.232140

>>232139

I can't understand how that wasn't the first 10 story they did tbqh


 No.232141

Same, and that's coming from someone who hates 4


 No.232142


 No.232143

>>232142

we can only hope it's elizabeth


 No.232144

>>232143

At the rate his hair is receding it might be Prince William.


 No.232145

/who/'s meme magic is gonna kill the queen


 No.232146

they're voting on brexit options again, results in 20 mins. I can't wait for

>no

>no

>no

>no

>no

again


 No.232147

>>232146

>Sadly, we can only agree to die


 No.232148

File: 4d3648465aa45b2⋯.png (1.86 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, ahem.png)

yeah…


 No.232149

File: fac53ec80cfe01c⋯.png (156.95 KB, 350x425, 14:17, 12wut.png)

>>232148

That doesn't sound like a good yeah.


 No.232150

>>232148

Saw they put the first episode on Youtube, is it even worth the watch?


 No.232151

File: 4903e743bab001f⋯.png (507.68 KB, 590x748, 295:374, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.232152


 No.232153

Results:

NO to everything again

could the honourable gentlemen from 8chan elaborate on what could informally be referred to as a "Doctor Who Equivalent"?


 No.232154

>>232148

>Literally the first line is anti gun

Come on I thought you guys were better than this


 No.232155

>Not once — never — did I believe I acted inappropriately. If it is suggested I did so, I will listen respectfully. But it was never my intention

yeah im thinking bidens cancelled


 No.232156

>>232150

it's not that bad I guess, it's just too simple for 1 hour runtime. it feels old-fashioned in a bad way. the core metaphor is okay, but there really isn't much to look into. honestly idk

i also thought dialogue was pretty flimsy and i also wish there was one funny joke in the episode about comedian but i guess its not necessary considering the direction of the episode


 No.232157

>I didn’t mean it like that so I didn’t do anything wrong!

>That’s just his communication style, he’s a tactile guy, he comes from a different generation, you wouldn’t understand!

>If you were upset with how he acted towards you that’s just your opinion!


 No.232158

>>232157

mhhh pizza


 No.232159

I hate Doctor Who. I hate Star Wars and I hate the people who like Star Wars!


 No.232160

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Yeah, I love The Twilight Zone.


 No.232161

File: 7db6abdb63bcfa8⋯.jpg (113.26 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, certainshowrunners.jpg)

leave dr who to us


 No.232162

>>232161

DUDE TECHNOLOGY BAD


 No.232163

File: 8e1bc7273e9414b⋯.jpg (195.34 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, T2_1.mp4_snapshot_01.28.36….jpg)

>>232161

choose yer future


 No.232164

File: e937a35a3fbdf5a⋯.jpg (218.3 KB, 825x464, 825:464, inside_no_9_pemberton_and_….jpg)


 No.232165

>>232162

this but unironically


 No.232166

File: a3c9cb208aa7765⋯.png (2.25 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, clap.png)

*when nardole says something*


 No.232167

File: 788794f8d799bda⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 1.42 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, peelep1.png)


 No.232168

File: d565e009ff3dbdf⋯.jpg (52.84 KB, 245x402, 245:402, Nobody_NoOne.jpg)


 No.232169

>>232168

One of the best Big Finish creations.


 No.232170

File: c6d856f315b463e⋯.png (1.26 MB, 1047x1074, 349:358, ClipboardImage.png)

im jealous of dr who because he can see an old pic of someone's grandmother and then go have a good time in the roaring 20s


 No.232171

omg nin - strobe light released https://seed9.bandcamp.com/


 No.232172

File: 8332d3034a4e68c⋯.png (367.83 KB, 539x435, 539:435, 1275057973392.png)

>>232171

>it's clearly a fan project but music sites are reporting it like Reznor actually made it


 No.232173

>>232172

Anything to trick people into viewing their ads


 No.232174

File: c7e0a07a17c6e0b⋯.png (540.57 KB, 500x700, 5:7, laff.png)

>Jeremy Corbyn says if May can put her deal to the house three times, the other options should get a third chance too.


 No.232175

#ge19


 No.232176

OK I finished The Comedian, and it started out pretty crappy but it was actually really good at the end. My only problem is that I feel like the creepiness of the original is partly due to the black and white, obviously that was what all its contemporaries were like as well, but viewing it now it just really makes something feel off. Peele is an interesting choice for narrator, but because of Key and Peele I always feel like there's a punchline coming whenever he says something creepy. Oh, and that scene where creepy tracy morgan vapes. It's impossible to make vaping creepy, just give him a cigarette


 No.232177

>>232176

I really liked the final monologue scene, I feel like it's where it really clicked, but overall it's just too long and not creepy.


 No.232178

so I just need to watch it on 1.5x speed with my monitor set to black and white then?


 No.232179

there's one common thing between World Enough and Time and "Us" by Jordan Peele


 No.232180

>>232040

What's up, babe


 No.232181

>>232179

they're both overrated


 No.232182

>>232174

Even if the parliament agreed on something, would the EU let them do it? How likely is it they just say “lol fuck off” and a no deal brexit happens in 1.5 weeks anyway?


 No.232183

>>232137

it is odd that it's been 4 years since the new who license and there's still not been a classic/10th doctor story

showing an odd amount of restraint there desu

they might as well do it, it'd at least be fun and shit rather than the usual boring and shit


 No.232184

>>232183

I reckon they'd love to do one but the chief issue is scheduling - Tennant likely isn't available for long periods at a time, and they have to juggle producing stuff that Ten fans actually want with that limited time (so, adventures with him and his companions) versus matching him up with other actors' availability. I hope they wrangle it eventually.


 No.232185

>>232182

the EU don't want to sever political ties with the UK (even if the UK want to piss off the EU) however, some of the options that have been discussed aren't really options. (for instance the Norwegian government said they would veto a Norway style deal anyway)

Now that we've passed the original deadline either the EU or the UK can trigger no deal if they want, even right now lmao


 No.232186

im gay


 No.232187

>>232186

We know.


 No.232188

File: 8a4996c8cc70b33⋯.jpg (41.7 KB, 700x400, 7:4, Oddbob.jpg)

INTRODUCING BRADLEY WALSH

AS

RAVENOUS


 No.232189

>>232188

gamers rise up


 No.232190

I suppose you'll be blaming this on the Ravenous as well!


 No.232191

File: f05400bf8d7154e⋯.png (353.49 KB, 600x385, 120:77, The Ravenous Assassin.png)

reminder


 No.232192

https://www.radiotimes.com/news/tv/2018-12-09/doctor-who-monster-return/

Remember how RT posted this before Ghost Monument actually aired and we all found out that the Stenza were going to be the series-spanning big bad


 No.232193

File: 7ba223e52c59b58⋯.jpg (71.75 KB, 1174x334, 587:167, D3GulAtW4AA_5vJ.jpg)

File: bec2ab4fb890325⋯.jpg (46.71 KB, 639x468, 71:52, D3Gush3W0AITJ2T.jpg)


 No.232194

>>232192

Throwback to the exact moment it happened: >>114753


 No.232196

File: f86f07f033418f9⋯.jpg (108.61 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, doctor_who_2005.8x04.liste….jpg)

There was a time where a simple shot of a woman grabbing a child's leg from beneath a bed could make your jaw hit the floor.


 No.232197

File: e41c099204c3032⋯.png (4.97 MB, 1305x1683, 145:187, ClipboardImage.png)

how long's the classic cover streak now

i love it


 No.232198

>>232197

>Meet the Metatraxi

No relation to the Atraxi, one presumes?

>tim shaw on the cover

damn i was hoping the mag would just obliviate S11 for the remainder of the year


 No.232199

File: 4792c62758c6340⋯.jpg (167.09 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, doctor_who_2005.8x10.in_th….jpg)

more like In the Forest of the Kino…just saying


 No.232200

>>232197

The covers aren't the best but they are alot better than the S11 covers they made


 No.232201

>>232180

Hope you're having a nice week =)


 No.232202

Chris Chibnall is a


 No.232203

>>232202

likelet


 No.232204

File: ff4014a8df3d24a⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 70.44 KB, 790x554, 395:277, Rickygervais.jpg)


 No.232205

nilso started a D club


 No.232206

Does anyone have a link for the first volume of the Shit Trips stories? I had something in there but never grabbed a copy of it and I no longer have the original file.

I also have a question: A post on the main board here states this board is supposed to be SFW and "Bigotry is not tolerated". Does that mean the wiki is going to be edited to remove all such stuff, or is the wiki at this point just sort of a legacy thing we're keeping up just for fun?


 No.232207

>>232109

Litterally what every Doctor would have said, and had actually said for some of them, eg 6, 7, 12, 4 (with the daleks) and others


 No.232209

>>232127

>April 1st

Well done, Gig. Now we can't know for sure if all of this is serious or complete irony.


 No.232210

When is /who/ plays coming out?


 No.232211

>>232206

>Bigotry is not tolerated

<Anti-het posting actually is

/doctorwho/ has worst morals than 13

and most likely some replies to this post will prove my point


 No.232212

What comes first, the group identity or the individual?


 No.232214

How do we fix The Curse of the Black Spot? Is it salvageable?


 No.232215

>>232211

I never said it was better here, I was just asking about the use of phrase itself, ha ha. Trying to test it, I guess?


 No.232216

>>232214

Maybe the first half of it's OK, I mean, it has pirates and all. Then the third 25% goes sort of flat, then the end in the Tardis ruins it completely. I mean it can be read as a foreshadowing for Rory's arc, but… it's still boring and flat.


 No.232218

>>232217

What prompts the question? I don't think it was overall bad because of the series it was in, it's just bad in and of itself.


 No.232220

>>232219

That can make some sense, although S6 had a lot of problems as I recall. They had just uncovered some grand conspiracy and then just go larking off to play pirate for a few minutes. But that's how the show usually goes, they don't always carry things through like a serialized show or anything; they more sort of play at it rather than seriously committing to it.

But it's been a long time since I've last watched them, much less in sequence, so my memory of it's probably not to be trusted, not that that will stop me saying it's a bad episode. It's not like it's become a classic or anything.


 No.232221

>>232214

a bigger ship


 No.232222


 No.232223

>>232221

And more pirates, that was a seriously small crew.


 No.232224

>>232222

I like how the second response is a Dalek. I imagine everything they tweet gets a Dalek somewhere within the first five responses. They must be so sick of Daleks by now - much like us.


 No.232225

>>232223

Yes. Although, they couldn't seem to keep track of even that tiny crew. Didn't one of the guys just go missing in the middle of the episode?


 No.232226

>>232225

That's the story I remember hearing everyone bitch about at the time, yeah. I think he disappears for a long stretch then sort of shows up in the background again somewhere, or just outright is never seen again somehow.


 No.232227

>>232226

It was an early sign that the wheels were starting to fall off the Moffatmobile.


 No.232228

So I haven't rewatched Capaldi's last season since it was broadcast, and I only watched each one once. I remember that terrible three-parter in the middle, something about Victorian London ice, the cool original Cybermen story sort of failing to land after some good moments, and then kind of enjoying the Missy/Master bits. What did you guys think about it? Remind me how terrible it was.


 No.232230

>>232228

The Pilot - 6/10

Smile - 5/10

Thin Ice - 6/10

Knock Knock - 7/10

Oxygen - 7/10

Extremis - 8/10

Pyramid at the End of the World - 6/10

The Lie of the Land - 5/10

Empress of Mars - 6/10

The Eaters of Light - 4/10

World Enough and Time - 9/10

The Doctor Falls - 9/10

Twice Upon a Time - 7/10

85/130 = 6.5/10 which doesn't seem that fair


 No.232232

>>232229

I play fast and loose with the rules, sue me.


 No.232233

>>232230

I don't even remember those by title, although that does spark my memory some. Maybe 6.5 isn't too unfair if they were that unmemorable.


 No.232235

>>232234

So how would you rate the series? It did seem to me that there was a certain chemistry running that sort of was lost in separate parts. At least I think so, it was a nice change to get past Clara finally, even though I liked her a lot on the show.


 No.232237

>>232236

Phones are awful for that, yeah.


 No.232238

S10 is hit and miss, has long streaks of mediocrity or worse but absolutely nailed the ending


 No.232239

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Series 10 didn't have much at all to prove, which is why it lacks the focused fire of the most cohesive and strong series of NewWho (1, 8, 9, and apparently 5) but it is still leagues above so much of the show, mostly by sheer virtue of the skill and talent of those involved, namely the Moffat/Minchin/Capaldi/Gold/various-talented-directors dream team. On that point of directors it's worth noting Moff and Minchin went out of their way to mix it up for series 10 and hire some outside choices that hadn't worked on the show before; Lawrence Gough and Bill Anderson helming the first four episodes of the series. Gough in particular noticeably brought a new flavour, which very much tied into the initial soft reboot approach the series was marketed with. If we just look at The Pilot on its lonesome, it's worth examining a scene Moffat had extensive visual directions for on the script end, and Gough had extensive muster to meet and iterate on them on his end. (linked video) I'm using this as a microcosm of series 10 as a whole because it exemplifies what the series really is - extremely talented people doing work so well that it looks almost effortless, even though they're past the logical point of conclusion where they hit their highest points and made their grandest creative statements through the show (series 9).

If we look at Moffat's script for The Pilot, we see

>Now zooming out from the freeze frame, to see every other frame around it, like strips of film. Out and out, until we can see the entire episode as a grid of tiny rectangles.

If we look at an interview with Gough, we get

>It was an interesting pressure. I try and seek out projects that give me pressure. It was a challenge, and I wanted that. I had a few thoughts in my own head about how I wanted to approach and to try and mix it up a little bit if I could, particular with performance and character. I was pretty heavy on giving feedback on script, as much as I could do.

(I could easily take a dig here at the stark difference with Chibnall and his muse Jamie Childs, but it's so self evident if you watch any Childs series 11 interview, so I'll leave it)

Also worthy of note is that Gough directed the Friend From The Future minisode a year in advance of directing The Pilot, which he credits for giving him time to mull over how Peter and Pearl interacted and how he could improve and sharpen their chemistry and relationship in the actual episode. In particular he fixated upon wanting her TARDIS reveal moment to be more attuned to her mindset as it happened, and not just using any of the visual language Classic and New Who had established for such moments:

>What I thought was there was a visual flair to the reveals that’d not been done, and I came up with the idea of doing it on a wire cam. I found out the diameters of the TARDIS and worked out the widest point, and we rigged a steel cable from outside the front door of the TARDIS – we took out a pane of glass that you don’t see – and put it right into the rafters outside the build. We were able to travel the camera the maximum diameter of the TARDIS using an extremely wide lens. You’re probably looking at maybe between 20 and 30 metres. It took quite a time, and then we had to digitally remove the cable, of course, because it was in shot. But it worked. And we looked at the grid of the way the lights work in the TARDIS and we played with those. Everything is controlled and on separate circuits, so you can control when it comes on – you probably know all this! – and the way the lights come on. The rest was in the grade, when we held back on the darkness as far as possible, so it looked like we were pulling back, and then the reveal.


 No.232240

Also of note is the fact he actually came up in the acting world originally, which lends itself to an approach he describes that's quite different from how workmanlike/more-coverage TV directors usually operate:

>I come back in my work to studying as an actor. Allowing the actor to breathe in the frame and not steering the audience for every beat. Not doing tons of coverage, but doing the coverage for the scene, and allowing the blocking to be right. Not just doing blanket coverage and making it in the edit. What’s the essence of the scene? What’s this scene about? How do we get Pearl to move around the TARDIS for the first time and get the coverage you need to move the story beats forward?

Beyond those quotes illustrating his approach, I think you'll find if you rewatch the episode and pay particular attention to the visuals it would stand out to you how much of the story is communicated visually (a rarity for Who). This kind of care simply isn't in the vast, vast majority of the show. The composition of the opening shot in 12's study, what it says about 12's new status quo, and how he uses that framing as a kind of counterpoint as Bill's entrance sees it shift and lose its symmetry. The way Heather's temptation to Bill through promise of the liberation of a Doctor-esque life literally comes to emulate the intro of the show. But the real jewel of the episode is the montage of vid related. The way it literalises the metaphor of the monologue in cinematic language is gorgeous, and bizarrely visually-minded for Doctor Who. It explictly moves out of the literal and actually visually positions the frames of the episode as distinct units, reinforcing the point 12 is making about the passage of time. This is experimental and novel in a way directors just simply aren't for Doctor Who, and the rare other cases where it happens (like Talalay bringing the Heaven Sent script to life through expressionism and doing things like intentionally making the shadows unnatural/"wrong" to accentuate the artificial horror of the confession dial) are remarked upon precisely because the actual mindfulness in making the visuals not just bring the script to television, but actively make television/cinema out of it, transcend the confines of the page and tell the story with visuals instead of visually telling the story, it's noteworthy in how well it works. "Time is a structure relative to ourselves, time is the space made by our lives where we stand together forever, time and relative dimension in space, it means life," says 12 in a montage applying that concept of temporal abstraction to how that speech is being communicated in the episode. This just isn't the stuff you see in most episodes of the show.

Anyways, that's the first episode of series 10.


 No.232241

If we look at the series itself in broader terms we get the interesting point of how not just the marketing but even the ratings of the series tie into the point the series (inadvertently…or perhaps subconciously) made about relationships with the past. Look how the finale vaguely superficially resembling S8's ("the Master controls an army of Cybermen") tying in with how the S10 finale hinges off the whole "can't escape your past, trapped in self-destructive cycles of your past, past repeating itself" stuff (Missy trying to be good unlike Simmaster, Simmaster killing Missy, endpoint of several races being the Cybermen, yet another companion death, yet another regeneration, 12 ultimately deciding "fuck all the repetition, I don't want to experience the past again anymore, no more life for me").

It's fascinating how it turned out in that s10 is ultimately a very cobbled-together series, Moff's favour for Chibnall, keeping the show on-air while Broadchurch S3 was done, after Moff had done what he planned as his final series (S9), his final statement on the show (Hell Bent), then a comfy sendoff when the Christmas slot needed filling (Husbands). Moff and all the press were drilling on the "soft reboot, The Pilot is the new jumping-on point, this is the perfect series to get someone into the show!" line, like Moff's last present to Doctor Who was a neat entry-level standalone series. That's a good idea. And it starts off like that, The Pilot does it really well, and the next few eps kinda continue that angle. But…cobbled-together. So S10 being kind of aimless and rudderless makes sense. He goes and does a few things he had a few ideas he's had over the years, or that he knows are good and just hadn't done yet (a companion like Bill, multi-Master special, Mondasian Cybermen, etc.).

There's a definite point where you can feel the "new entry-level series!" idea slide off and it devolves into continuity-heavy Capaldi era-ness again. The way that jars is so interesting. Missy's arc, Simm, the Cybermen and everything, it's great but it feels really separate to "standalone entry-level series!" idea. What's funny is, well, the series might have felt more coherent if it had committed more to the Missy stuff and made it a bigger focus from the start, instead of doing the Vault tease for half the series, that would have been good. Or if it just concentrated on being a comfy entry-level series with Bill hijinks. But at first, way back in 2017 I didn't feel the two approaches were melded in a very coherent way. I always thought the "randomly start Missy's turn good arc" actually works, partially because of the breezy confidence and effectiveness with which Moffat substitutes narratives, but I questioned the way the directions of the series jutted against each other.

However, whether intentional or not (not), the finale actually kind of weaponises that as a story point. From "standalone series, the new Eleventh Hour, jump on!" to fucking Mondasian Cybermen, Simmaster, ALPHA CENTURAI. Likewise, Missy tries to escape her past, but the finale explores how you can't just escape and undo the past. For all the self-improvement Missy might do, she can't undo the excesses of Simm, and for all the continuity-shedding Who might do, it can't really shake off its history in a sense. Starting off as "dive in here, no continuity required" and yet ending in a huge fanwank clusterfuck actually works for the finale as like a "you cant escape your past" thing a la Simm killing Gomez worked in an odd way imo. Not as neat an "introductory" series idea as S1, but certainly an interesting idea for a Doctor Who series, whether intended or not. Do you ever see Chibnall unintentionally imbuing a series with that kind of metalevel exploration of theme?


 No.232242

Anyway of course, Missy did transcend Simm in a way, but that wasn't escaping her past, that was accepting it and moving past it holistically. So too did the show complete its bug self rumination, right to the point of 12 meeting 1, and then TUAT completely bungled all that story potential but TUAT isn't series 10 and that's another story.

Zooming back in on the micro, Smile is quite possibly one of the best directed episodes of the show, and certainly one of the greatest uses of location filming. Thin Ice is incredibly strong character-wise and brims with dialogue so keyed into what the cast and characters can make work best that it feels and looks completely effortless (Dollard often works this way, to her unfortunate discredit). Knock Knock is abysmal in its failure to meld any of its various half-baked tones and ideas. Oxygen is the kind of episode that proves the workability of Doctor Who formula over 50 years into its use; the way Mathieson meshes theme with plot is the sort of thing Big Finish embarrasses itself in trying to act like it can do. Extremis is a tour de force and arguably the most worthwhile part of the entire series 10 experiment, as it extrapolates out Moffat's various simulationist urges into a story punctuating the entire ethos with which he wrote the Doctor, the entire way he redefined the character as an in-character performance as opposed to nature. Pyramid has some good ideas by way of its writer but is ultimately an adrift mess. Lie of the Land is Whithouse at his worst, and that really is quite bad. Empress of Mars is a competent but forgettable Gatiss-running-on-fumes episode, but the absurdity of its ending is an appealing bit of flavour we simply won't get in the show anymore. So too does The Eaters of Light fumble in tone, but it bursts with a singular writerly vision that multiple people (including the writer) failed to effectively realise - but there was something there in the first place. The finale is the apotheosis of what can be accomplished in Doctor Who; a perfect melding where character, theme, and plot all interlink as firmly as possible, where each element of the story works as a fractal, micro to the macro, where every single person involved is fyring on all cylinders and going above and beyond to make the story being told work on the highest level possible. This is what we get in a B-side series made purely because Chibnall didn't take the show over when expected. I certainly don't regard it with disaffection. I regard it with wonderment that that's what we got out of everyone running on fumes.


 No.232243

neo make a blog


 No.232244

File: 998a5cddda354d9⋯.jpg (2.61 MB, 1417x1417, 1:1, BLINDT01_thegodsoffrost_14….jpg)

Here is all of Blind Terror, we streamed the first three around 4 months ago so it's probably best to just listen to it in one go. Each audio is roughly 30 minutes totalling out to 3 hours of one of the best horror audios Big Finish have done. Anyone who listens to Torchwood or the Dorian Gray series will notice a lot of similarities in this set (and that's a good thing!).

1- Soul Cake: https://www.dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/02n7traxu1vslku/1-%20Soul%20Cake.mp3?dl=0

2- They're Coming: https://www.dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/4cobtio8ewvmto1/2%20-%20They%27re%20Coming.mp3?dl=0

3- Hodder's Folly: https://www.dropboxusercontentx.com/s/nvxhxe8mszzibdr/3-%20Hodder%27s%20Folly.mp3?dl=0

4- The Lord of Misrule: https://www.dropboxusercontent.com/s/p8intv4lnagzbo1/4-%20The%20Lord%20of%20Misrule.mp3?dl=0

5- Hide and Seek: https://www.dropboxusercontent.com/s/2u8ap1yylc9bk7x/5-%20Hide%20and%20Seek.mp3?dl=0

6- Solstice: https://www.dropboxusercontent.com/s/g5ncqwjhk7m580p/6-%20Solstice.mp3?dl=0


 No.232245

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Commence glugging of the soy.


 No.232246

>>232243

neowho.wordpress.com when?


 No.232247

neo make a youtube channel


 No.232248

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

neo make a sandwich with this bread


 No.232249

How've you been Cloister?


 No.232250

Oh…


 No.232251

TRY GETTING A RESERVATION AT DORSIA NOW, YOU FUCKING STUPID BASTARD


 No.232252

Neo, make me cum. You always do…


 No.232253

>>232242

s10 as a whole indeed has a very experimental flavour. Extremis, the pope, making the Doctor blind for several episodes, a loose trilogy in mid-season, voluntary exile on Earth, two masters, a comic sidekick, Cybermen deep lore, none of this is original but putting all of it in a single series definitely felt like a final all-in from Moffat & the the crew. Yet precisely because of that, s11 is more than other series flawed with the biggest regular problem of Moffat : pay-off pacing. There was just too many ideas in there for all of them to be attended and resolved as they deserved.

>Missy did transcend Simm in a way, but that wasn't escaping her past, that was accepting it and moving past it holistically. So too did the show complete its bug self rumination, right to the point of 12 meeting 1, and then TUAT completely bungled all that story potential

On the contrary, I think that's precisely what TUAT is about, and I think Moffat must have felt TDF was a too big clusterfuck of a story to properly demonstrate that point. So TDF's last part is more a final stance on the Doctor's applied morals in situ. The Missy/Master interaction is thus some sort of rehearsal of TUAT, with the Doctor acting as a moral beacon. This is used to prove than the Doctor's biggest problem isn't about his morals anymore (the Time War culpability is definitely over). He (and the show) is now perfectly able to handle extreme situations without resent. So to make the point you've written, which goes way beyond than just morals, TUAT is then moving to a much more metaphorical and psychological level, where action and huge stakes are not needed anymore. When 12 meets 1, he's far more disconcerted than Missy was because he don't have any higher beacon to refer to. He's not afraid of confronting his own morals, he's afraid of confronting his vision of his own life as a whole.

That's the general idea, but the TDF/TUAT transition from action-packed lore clusterfuck to intimate light comedy was rough, again. Up to the very end Moffat wasn't very good with global pacing.


 No.232254

>>232249

Eh…Ok. Been having a bumpy one with thesenpaibut aside from that, good. How about you?


 No.232255

>>232254

Ach, I'm sorry to hear that. I'm well; just returned from a short trip and settling back into the grind. So it goes.

I was reminiscing about our stream days the other day. Crazy how many years ago that was now!


 No.232256

>>232253

Because of exactly this, I expect the current general negativity toward TUAT in critical fandom will reverse within a few years.


 No.232257

Im sure neo niki and gig have absolutely no valid reasons for hating twat and are just dumb vergies about #sixlines and will fix their opinions in a few years, thats defiantly whasgoing on


 No.232258

>>232257

>niki

who dat


 No.232259

>>232255

Ages! Seems a lifetime ago since I was regularly in a stream. Hope your trip was, fun if not productive!


 No.232260

File: 3f648eaf0e82505⋯.jpg (95.9 KB, 575x586, 575:586, edgyface.jpg)

If Listen's so good why is there no Listen 2?


 No.232261

>>232257

>niki

Yeah cuz Niki's famously super critical of TUAT? That's not what I mean at all, I just mean that time adds nuance and lets a story be considered from more perspectives. I myself can't stand TUAT but over the past several months I've heard a lot more new reasons to like it than new reasons to dislike it. It wouldn't be the first time fandom has switched positions on an episode (Sleep No More being the most relevant example).


 No.232262

>>232257

t. drunk neo


 No.232263

>>232261

They both mean to it during podcast

Most people already like twat, those people I said are not common opinion. You can do poll if you don't believe me. Most here like twat. Most casual viewers like it. Liking twat isn't counterclutter opinion

Listen 2 is unearthly child not in order


 No.232264

My dearest Moffat,


 No.232265

The vengaabus is coming

And Nilso cock is coming


 No.232266

File: b189aea17a0d903⋯.png (323.89 KB, 476x526, 238:263, if only.png)


 No.232267

>>232266

that's precisely why the Chib killed Doctor Who Stalker Reports


 No.232268

Okay…what if we…(wait for it)…what if we all…pitched in…to fix………Let's Kill Hitler


 No.232269

>>232259

Cheers to that! Thanks Cloi :)

The most relevant part of the trip was probably seeing a saiga skeleton. I still want to see a live saiga someday, but the skeleton was awesome in a very different way. It brought to mind one /who/ser who'd also be better off dead.


 No.232270

>>232269

>It brought to mind one /who/ser who'd also be better off dead.

monkas as the kids say


 No.232271

File: 435609d5ce295af⋯.jpg (9.05 KB, 184x184, 1:1, 4b7bd5b59bb1173354f1eb171b….jpg)

>>232269

>It brought to mind one /who/ser who'd also be better off dead.


 No.232272

n8o mode


 No.232273

It's not n8 look at tripcode


 No.232274

>>232273

That's just what he wants you to think.


 No.232275

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.232276

>>232239

Yeah, it was alright as I recall. Moffat was always enjoyable when he he was on his game.


 No.232277

Twice Upon really isn't bad, the only bad thing about it is the sexist 1 stuff, and that's hardly anything in the episode. I suppose that many of its haters are mad that it's not much of a story, but I view it as simply a epilogue to the Moffat era and the show as a whole and the regeneration is super comfy. Oh yeah, and the original cut was 105 minutes long, so /who/ nose all the kino that we're missing out on


 No.232278

bare clunge


 No.232279

>>232239

people will just say 'ahh the pilot was shit because they just get chased by a watery woman' and say that's bad writing

that's the depth of anyone's criticism for the capaldi era desu. it's like they consider things like music, blocking, editing just extraneous factors that don't add up to their overall appreciation of it as a work of art

they'll get impressed by a fuckin time lapse of an alien sky though, that's enough to say 'wow this is the best looking doctor who series yet'

god i'm fucking pissed off, the pilot was so good


 No.232280

>>232241

>However, whether intentional or not (not), the finale actually kind of weaponises that as a story point. From "standalone series, the new Eleventh Hour, jump on!" to fucking Mondasian Cybermen, Simmaster, ALPHA CENTURAI. Likewise, Missy tries to escape her past, but the finale explores how you can't just escape and undo the past. For all the self-improvement Missy might do, she can't undo the excesses of Simm, and for all the continuity-shedding Who might do, it can't really shake off its history in a sense. Starting off as "dive in here, no continuity required" and yet ending in a huge fanwank clusterfuck actually works for the finale as like a "you cant escape your past" thing a la Simm killing Gomez worked in an odd way imo. Not as neat an "introductory" series idea as S1, but certainly an interesting idea for a Doctor Who series, whether intended or not.

if you ever meet moffat i want you to gush at him about this kind of shit because i don't think he knows how just brilliant he really is


 No.232281

>>232279

I didn't care much for it on first watch, but viewing it again I realized how brilliant it is. One of the best companion introductions


 No.232282

>>232280

Or it's possible we're all just massive autists over analyzing his episodes. Still would want to see Moffat's reaction to Neo saying all this to him tho


 No.232283

>>232282

"Security!!"


 No.232285

I know they're a dead meme but my curiouscat is now https://curiouscat.me/wtfbbc


 No.232286

>>232285

Why the change?


 No.232287

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

is the DWE of this the Resolution Christmas Day trailer? Spending months with refusing to show anything spoiler-y in the marketing only to just go "fuck it" at the end


 No.232288

File: b63291aa06e0971⋯.jpg (89.5 KB, 750x721, 750:721, hugo.jpg)

The Two Nominations


 No.232289

>>232288

the expanse is the only one of those i haven't watched and honestly just give it to that


 No.232291

>>232289

It's really not that great though.


 No.232292

>>232291

Well fuck! Maybe one of the Good Place eps can get it.


 No.232293

>>232210

As in gaming or performances?


 No.232294

>>232286

As I alluded to in the most recent response, some of the stuff there was just too memey to have as the fourth thing that comes up when you google my name. In general I'm trying to fragment/deintegrate my online accounts a little better, for branding etc.

>>232287

Still nowhere near as bad as that Resolution trailer. That spoils only the first act of Endgame at most; they even CGI'd Captain America's uniform during the handshake because it was too potentially spoilery. No; the "Resolution" trailer is in a class of its own.


 No.232295

>>232210

Just an April Fools joke, anon.


 No.232296

File: b5d772013271cdc⋯.jpg (81.51 KB, 965x1200, 193:240, joker.jpg)

gamer


 No.232297

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

the guy in this video calls out moffat haters at about 5 minutes in, pretty based


 No.232298

File: b50a87864790281⋯.jpg (63.53 KB, 768x503, 768:503, CWN16LXWEAAqOkh.jpg large.jpg)


 No.232299

File: 2c1ff4516319b63⋯.jpg (20.41 KB, 400x400, 1:1, clara_oswald_joker_by_swif….jpg)


 No.232300

>>232296

>>232299

Whenever I read one of those long "gamers rise up" monologues I read it in Capaldi's voice, is that just me?


 No.232301

Explain what actually makes TUAT allegedly bad


 No.232302

>>232301

Protip: You can't


 No.232303

File: 0aebb69fb143327⋯.png (1.72 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, peelepeele.png)


 No.232304

File: 51f3570eda17ce2⋯.jpg (151.42 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, dream2.jpg)

>>232301

It's just that it's a flat and plodding take on its concept. You can do a low-key episode without a baddie or much of a plot and have it be excellent (i.e. Listen), but TUAT just feels lacking in steam, and the Doctor interactions don't do enough to elevate it. It's got some kind of dull interpretations of the meaning of the series, that feel like a step back from the sophistication with which Moffat had treated it before. And I'm not the greatest fan of 12's regeneration scene with him just throwing himself around the TARDIS and ranting about children while The Shepherd's Boy plays, it doesn't feel like the right way for his character to go out.

The scene on the battlefield towards the end is really nice though. His farewell to Bill and Nardole feels like 12's true final scene.


 No.232305

>>232304

just turn your brain off, not everything needs some deeper meaning to satiate the minds of english majors


 No.232306

>>232304

just realised that i used the term "feels" in almost every sentence of this post


 No.232307

>>232301

sexist 1


 No.232308

>>232304

Basically what >>232305 says. It's a great little epilogue for the Moffat era. Nothing too deep, but it's fun with some emotion there.


 No.232309

>>232307

thats based though


 No.232310

> Tom Baker's character in brand new animated movie Wonder Park is actually called Boomer

Amazing


 No.232311

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.232312

>>232306

And ironically that's what I like best about TUAT


 No.232313

>>232245

Is that Seven Nation Army?


 No.232314

>>232201

That bus sailed a long time ago


 No.232315

>>232245

black widow's smile at 0:23 is cute


 No.232316

bought alien bodies, i always assumed it'd be really expensive but it was under £15

how many of these books did they even print?


 No.232317

File: 70b573718603dc6⋯.jpg (115.61 KB, 1200x628, 300:157, sock.jpg)


 No.232318

File: c1773cde54a915f⋯.webm (1.67 MB, 626x360, 313:180, missing books.webm)

>>232316

Enough


 No.232319

>>232318

It's adorable how cheery he manages to be about his books being literally burned. That zoom on the cover of "The Burning" is hilarious.


 No.232320

>>232295

No I don’t believe you it must be real


 No.232321

It’s timey-wimey to walk with hope!


 No.232322

File: 4bf9b5497e3cf74⋯.png (158.61 KB, 570x320, 57:32, theresa.png)

let's ask what dr who thinks we should do!


 No.232323

pillar of hope


 No.232324

>>232318

I've seen this before, the Burning gets me every time. What's the sauce on that, btw?


 No.232325

File: b3b64f3d82607e5⋯.jpg (70.04 KB, 427x453, 427:453, doctor who 1984 issue 23.JPG)


 No.232326

>>232325

(So timeless)


 No.232327

real bad thread fronting r/gallifrey atm


 No.232328

Really interesting thread from Edward Russell, the former Brand Manager of Who, about how Capaldi affected his characterization in Series 8.

https://twitter.com/edwardrussell/status/1111864331858333696


 No.232329

>>232328

That's not what I'd call it, and we've discussed the same tweet on /who/ earlier.


 No.232330

🤔 why on earth would 12 start to act less spiky in the episode after KTM, which ends with a companion thoroughly BTFOing him for his shit attitude? it just makes no sense! capaldi must have improvised it.


 No.232331

I also find it a bit hard to believe that Moffat wasn't in on this idea of (re)playing Hartnell's arc as well. I mean "PCap" is wonderful himself, but there's no way Moffat was like cringing in obsequiousness before his actorly choices.


 No.232332

>>232331

It's a completely ridiculous assertion, from a man with a noted grudge against Moffat, and even Redditors are eviscerating it for being nonsense.


 No.232333

"We had no idea why Capaldi started softening up after Kill the Moon" is the funniest fucking thing, I swear to god.


 No.232334

Why did the Doctor start acting sadder after Rose left? 🤔 I think Tennant must have improvised it.


 No.232335

>>232332

A grudge against Moffat? Do tell.


 No.232336

https://youtu.be/71k-mCPT14g

completely fake trailer, even the title of the vid points out it's not legit, literally just clips from the Master mixed with some leaked set footage…

10 million views. fucking hell.


 No.232337

Edward Russell has always been a hack fraud right?


 No.232338

>>232337

Absolutely.


 No.232339

https://youtu.be/gpMBk6e5rTg?t=163

more evidence about seth meyers


 No.232340

What was his job when he worked on the show? Was he the DWM guy?


 No.232341


 No.232342

Well, is Chibnall poorly written or is he very cliched? Pick a lane anon pick a lane!


 No.232343

>>232342

*chibnall noises*


 No.232344

[confused chibnall noises]


 No.232345

File: bb2e0063a56b429⋯.jpg (99.7 KB, 640x853, 640:853, dwmregen.jpg)


 No.232346

>>232345

very funny


 No.232347

>>232296

looks kino, can't wait


 No.232348

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>232347

Seen the trailer? (the real one)


 No.232349

>>232348

Yes, I just watched it. Great stuff.


 No.232350

looks like its time to rise up


 No.232351

File: e9a4de474fa793f⋯.jpg (121.81 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, JOKER - Teaser Trailer - I….jpg)

Hello, Chibnall.


 No.232352

File: bb955ac5c0405f1⋯.jpg (1.51 MB, 1299x1311, 433:437, MV5BMDgyYjMzOGUtN2YyYS00Yj….jpg)

Joker (2019)


 No.232353

File: e8f011fe53cadd4⋯.jpg (189.64 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, JOKER - Teaser Trailer - I….jpg)

>Marcelo Camargo escapes with the Series 8 workprints (2014, colourised)


 No.232354

>>232328

>I remember lots of questions about the best way to approach it was. I’m glad he softened it. He anglicised his accent a bit, too.

absolutely fuck this shit. how fucking insulting.


 No.232355

>>232354

imagine if Moffat had been able to do his era without people like this hovering around


 No.232356

File: f66c2a0965e53a3⋯.jpg (108.19 KB, 1000x1426, 500:713, 5bbffb7d218f8_MarvelStudio….jpg)

How to make Dilbert unload with just a few pixels


 No.232357

File: 356bc9690b6b79e⋯.jpg (289.15 KB, 1104x1284, 92:107, Screen Shot 2019-04-03 at ….jpg)


 No.232358

>>232355

it's a wonder anything good got made

the absolute audacity of ed russell's tweets. i hope capaldi never reads them. i hate the tone of 'capaldi was clearly wrong but luckily he saw sense'.

>>232356

i would only rewatch the guardians films

imagine doing the 22 film marathon in a cinema. you just know some people are going to live in a cinema seat for 3 days


 No.232359

File: 2bf309d5ac919cd⋯.webm (918.26 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, jokerkino.webm)


 No.232360

>>232358

The Guardians films aren't even capeshit; no one wears capes ;)


 No.232361

Dilb I demand your MCU rankings


 No.232362

File: 09318bedf923512⋯.png (41.64 KB, 597x271, 597:271, ClipboardImage.png)

right. this is gonna be fun.


 No.232363

>>232362

What the utter fuck, it's literally about Joker making a political mockery of the Trump-esque figure


 No.232364

Have these random twitter checkmarks not kept up with set and plot leaks??? wtuf


 No.232365

File: 49f3ffdc7e1040d⋯.png (2.5 MB, 1205x1524, 1205:1524, cape.png)

mildly interested in endgame but it turns out ive only watched like 7 films from MCU

what do

i dont want to catch up on all of this


 No.232366

>>232361

GOAT

guardians vol 2

guardians 1

GREAT

iron man

infinity war

iron man 3

GOOD

cap civil war

thor ragnarok

the avengers

cap winter soldier

cap 1

EHH WHATEVER

iron man 2

doctor strange

avengers age of ultron

thor

thor the dark world

spider-man homecoming

ant man

ant man and the wasp

haven't seen incredible hulk, black panther or captain marvel


 No.232367

>>232365

I'm no MCU expert but honestly, if you only wanted to be able to follow what's going on, I reckon you can pick up most of it from context without having seen all the films. From that list, if you also watched Civil War, Ragnarok, and then Infinity War, I think you'd be basically up to speed (at least for characters who look to be big deals in Endgame).


 No.232368

>>232366

pretty good list (i.e. close to mine ;))))

i suspect you'd put panther and marvel in between good and great, judging by your taste. why'd you not see panther? i suspect the worst.

>>232365

IM3+Winter Soldier+Ultron+Civil War+Ragnorak+Panther+Infinity War would catch you up on basically everything especially the key Endgame characters

if that's too much then just Civil War+Ragnorak+Infinity would do it yeah, although I suspect you'd like Black Panther


 No.232369

[[[[[[Great]]]]]]

GOTG 2

GOTG 1

IM3

[[[[[[Good]]]]]]

Civil War

Infinity War

Captain Marvel

Black Panther

[[[[[[Whatever]]]]]]

Iron Man

Ultron

Ragnorak

Ant-Man

[[[[[[No]]]]]]

Captain America 2

Avengers 1

Doctor Strange

Thor

[[[[[[Stop]]]]]]

Captain America 1

Thor 2

Spidey Homecoming

Iron Man 2

Incredible Hulk

[[[[[[Haven't seen]]]]]]

Antman and Wasp


 No.232370

>>232368

>why'd you not see panther? i suspect the worst.

martin freeman

dunno desu. i want to watch it but i always just feel like i have better things to do. i'll put it on if it comes on netflix, just don't really care enough to seek it out myself. less inclined to watch captain marvel since that seems even more like it's just setup for endgame rather than a bespoke film. fuck i just wanna watch blade again.

i'm so so glad james gunn is doing vol 3 again


 No.232371

>>232370

Cpt Marvel easily has one of the best plots of any of these movies imo, but the characterisation is unfortunately pitifully weak. Still it swerves nicely and the marketing hid a lot of the more interesting aspects of the film. Although it was verrrry much marketed as setup to Endgame the film absolutely isn't; that is just relegated to a postcredits scene really. I assume you know it's a (quite direct at times) GOTG 1 prequel?

Panther is a big ol fun techno-y romp with a stacked cast. Really has a great energy to it and it feels all energetic and shit in a way most of these movies don't. 3rd act is amusingly, bizarrely reminiscent of The Phantom Menace.

yeah so so so hype for Gunn. hope The Suicide Squad is kino too


 No.232372

>>232371

>techno-y romp

i'm piqued

>3rd act is amusingly, bizarrely reminiscent of The Phantom Menace

i love the phantom menace


 No.232373

>mike cernovich tried to ruin gunn's career

>after a brief hiccup, gunn got his film back and is now playing BOTH sides of the capeshit game

How do you even backfire this badly


 No.232374

>>232372

The climax is literally, literally an intercutting 4-sequence thing where each sequence is an environment similar to their TPM counterpart (i.e. big techno-y battle on a grassy field, air combat above that battle, meanwhile enhanced warriors fight in a techno industrial building nearby, etc.). It's so weirdly specific.


 No.232375

>>232373

DChads always win baby 😎


 No.232377

>>232369

>no Thor 3

wdhmbt


 No.232378

>>232377

Its there but listed as Ragnorak


 No.232379

Let's Thwack Jack


 No.232380


 No.232381

>>232380

>Mixed race Jew

Has BF done anything regarding religion?


 No.232382

>>232381

The Holy Terror

The Marian Conspiracy (contains a based dialogue between 6 and Queen Mary about heretics, 11 vs King James is somewhat similar but not as good)

Minuet in Hell (if you accept Satanism)

Faith Stealer (100% about religions)

The Council of Nicea (pretty obvious)

and certainly others I don't know of, but most probably not Islam nor Judaism, as those are still a bit too sensitive for BF usual entertainment


 No.232383

>>232380

>needing to hear people slightly similar to you to feel normal

>>232381

Listening to The Rapture. It's not quite what I expected from the cover although I should have read the blurb. Nice theme variation


 No.232384

>>232382

*13 vs King James


 No.232385

>>232382

Ok, I'll give them a listen


 No.232386

File: 2dba2cc621011b5⋯.jpg (438.86 KB, 1417x1417, 1:1, 36 - The Rapture.jpg)

He's gonna rapt you…to the shadows…


 No.232387

>>232383

Huh, you're so het


 No.232388

Nilso can relate to The Joker


 No.232389

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.232390

File: ffa723c3f548e16⋯.png (247.01 KB, 268x400, 67:100, Revenge of the Cybermen - ….png)

Japanese Cybermen

100% CANON


 No.232391

File: 4c3e1379ac2aaec⋯.png (781.63 KB, 976x549, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)

>brexit reaches an impasse

>have a vote on whether to have more indicative votes or not

>310-310 tie


 No.232392

>>232390

World Enough and Time btfo


 No.232393

File: fb3703d54d99830⋯.jpg (29.04 KB, 298x434, 149:217, Terror of the Autons - Jap….jpg)

File: 4398214e5782ca9⋯.jpg (55.35 KB, 379x527, 379:527, The Daleks - Japanese.jpg)

>>232390

>>232392

this is the japanese cover for the Revenge of the Cybermen novelization

it's based only on the descriptions made in the book, since the artist obviously didn't see the episode

pics related are The Daleks and Terror of the Autons


 No.232394

File: ba9eef47e8de20e⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 56.56 KB, 834x271, 834:271, tim shaw loz.JPG)

Chibnall's lack of knowledge of the EU means he can't possibly have plagiarized Loz … right?


 No.232395

>>232348

This is the film that will finally radicalize incels.

We must institute a nation-wide couple's only policy the weeks that this film is in theaters to keep them from seeing it and possibly being radicalized. If any incel sees this movie, it could cause untold amounts of harm to society. I personally think it will cause them to take action against the good and normal people of society in violent ways and we cannot let this happen.

We, good, progressive human beings, must stand up to this movie. It is furthering the radicalization of young incels and empowering them to take further action against normal humans.


 No.232396

>>232395

This is how incels actually believe non-incels think


 No.232397

>>232393

kino. is that darth vader in the second one? also, the auton one is awakening a fetish i didnt know i had


 No.232398

inskel


 No.232399

File: 218b8a656ab3502⋯.jpg (138.45 KB, 1080x1080, 1:1, chadmoff.jpg)

>b-but Moffat! You can't just say the Hybrid was a metaphor for the Doctor and Clara! We thought it was going to be lore about Gallifrey…please Moffat…YOU CAN'T DO THIS TO US


 No.232400

>>232366

>>232369

I know I'm a few hours late but figured I'd put mine up

GOD TIER

GOTG 2

GOTG1

Winter Soldier

GREAT TIER

Captain America 1

Iron Man

Avengers

Age of Ultron

GOOD TIER

Infinity War

Iron Man 2

Black Panther

Ant-Man

Ant-Man 2

OK TIER

Captain Marvel

Spiderman Homecoming

Thor 1

SHIT TIER

Civil War

Ragnarok

Doctor Strange

Thor 2

Incredible Hulk (although it's been so long since I've seen it I don't really remember it too well)

Martin Freeman is actually one of my favorite actors to be honest, but his American accent in BP kinda kills his performance for me. Also Gunn is an unironic pedo and although he's an amazing director, rehiring him is retarded


 No.232401

>>232399

I feed off the rage of normies that say this


 No.232402

>>232393

>>232390

These are kino, any more?


 No.232403

>>232400

>Also Gunn is an unironic pedo and although he's an amazing director, rehiring him is retarded

my eyes did so many backward rolls over the course of this sentence they fell out of my head


 No.232404

File: f9df9b52e93955f⋯.png (42.17 KB, 720x351, 80:39, 20190403_230526.png)

the right can't meme


 No.232405

>>232391

What's happening with may talking to corbyn, is that likely going to reach a compromise that a majority can support (even if the majority comes from the opposition)?


 No.232406

>>232405

I have no idea at this point. I think it'll either be no deal or no brexit in the end, because I have no idea what common ground anyone is going to come to.

At the risk of sounding like a tinfoil hat wearer, I think May just wants Corbyn's fingerprints all over brexit too, so that the public will blame both labour and the tories, not just the tories


 No.232407

File: b77b7bb1711e846⋯.png (134.57 KB, 280x280, 1:1, harriet-jones-tv-character….png)

>>232406

the tories had no plan to leave the EU, but boomers voted them in after the brexit decision anyway. quantum glitch in the timeline.


 No.232408

>>232403

Bruh he literally went to a "pedophile themed party" and dressed as a priest. However if you know anything about the world's elite he's got plenty of company


 No.232409

File: 2577391046a945e⋯.gif (739.34 KB, 480x270, 16:9, ORDERRRRRR.gif)

DWE of John Bercow?


 No.232410

Which Doctor Who personalities are nonces?


 No.232411

>>232408

You're literally on a pedophile themed website.


 No.232412

>>232411

No I'm not making any false connections here, the literal theme of the party was pedophilia, and there are pictures of him surrounded by people dressed as school girls and creepy clowns.


 No.232413

>>232410

Richard Franklin's a bit suss.


 No.232414

>>232413

redpill me


 No.232415

>>232412

everyone in Hollywood is a pedo satanist.


 No.232416


 No.232417

>>232412

does going to a Halloween Party dressed as a dracula make you an actual fucking vampire? surely you can't be this stupid


 No.232418

>>232412

You're literally on a website with multiple pedophile themed boards. You're a pedophile.


 No.232419

>>232412

Just sounds like an edgelord party to me


 No.232420

>>232416

Is this how Matthew Waterhouse got the job even though he couldn't act at the time? (I'm sure he's lovely irl)


 No.232422


 No.232423

It kinda insane how detached /who/ is from the rest of 8chan, i keep forgetting it shares a website with people who would actually kill me because of my skin colour


 No.232425

>>231724

I wonder how this poster feels


 No.232433

I'll get the new thread.


 No.232462

>>232423

We don't really use 8chan, use neo's mind trick. We actually use that php forum of his. It's basically true.




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