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"/who/ Cares?" podcast on Series 11: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz80wZ00_JjSaS2ZRrno1Pg

File: e5f239243378677⋯.jpg (2.95 MB, 3000x2000, 3:2, full lips.jpg)

 No.44709

Full lip edition.

PREVIOUSLY:

>>43952

 No.44714

File: 5edb971c5d79d56⋯.jpg (17.41 KB, 400x400, 1:1, nilso.jpg)

first for Nilso


 No.44733

File: 5306aafe4d1446c⋯.jpg (395.29 KB, 1352x1792, 169:224, karen gillan red and black.jpg)


 No.44742

Favorite Amy episode, /who/?


 No.44856

File: c1bec5783b96ae1⋯.jpg (11.25 KB, 540x304, 135:76, waitforme.jpg)

Wait for me.


 No.45637

File: f198d4b5091ccf0⋯.webm (8.81 MB, 600x720, 5:6, Amy.webm)

>>44742

series 5


 No.46241

File: 075e8c2d2cdf87f⋯.jpg (68.91 KB, 468x651, 156:217, amypond.jpg)

>>44742

This one


 No.46246

TOMTIT!


 No.46248

>>46240

Pls be Wheaton.


 No.46249

>>46248

Is it true he's the biological father of Felicia Day's child? Or does he just want to be?


 No.46250

Matt Smith will be the next BBC #METWO


 No.46251

>>46249

No ideas. Thank you for putting that picture in my head by the way. I shudder to think his progeny walking the earth.

>>46250

Speaking of Hardwick and Smith.

I read in a thread Hardwick offered his at the time girlfriend to Matt Smith on Craigy Ferg's show.


 No.46252

CUM CHRONOS

CUM


 No.46253

Now that the dust has settled, what's the consensus on this TARDIS Core article? http://tardis.wikia.com/wiki/Chris_Hardwick


 No.46254

>>46253

Edited.


 No.46255

>>46254

B A S E D


 No.46256

>>46255

I just hope it lasts longer than a day.


 No.46257

File: 7ec1d1f34f77e2f⋯.jpg (67.72 KB, 560x688, 35:43, 7787811fdd1d8333b7fa2e45c6….jpg)

They love you when you're on all the covers

When you're not, then they love another


 No.46258

>>46257

We're all stars now, in the nilshow


 No.46259

>>46257

>tfw no Doctor Who series with this aesthetic


 No.46260

>>46258

I don't like the soy, but the soy likes me


 No.46261

File: 87718deacfc7148⋯.jpg (84.71 KB, 640x640, 1:1, 4pairs-lot-Pokemon-Socks-C….jpg)

Nilsocks


 No.46262

>>46253

>Chris Hardwick is an American entertainer who has advanced the interests of nerds within American popular culture.

…Was that opening line written unironically? "Advanced the interests of nerds"?


 No.46263

>>46262

Consider the website it was written for.


 No.46264

Nilsociopath


 No.46265

The absolute state of Kronos' appearance as a screaming guy in a bird suit


 No.46266

File: 826140ce8d87a11⋯.jpg (599.49 KB, 1400x1400, 1:1, cover.jpg)

Which musicians should have cameos in Doctor Who?


 No.46267

>>46262

I completely skimmed over this bit. FFS did chris write this himself. Fucking guy.

>>46266

Lemmy Kil…nope!

David Bo…Shit.

Peter Steel..damn.

Ringo Starr then.


 No.46268

>>46266

Death Grips

Manson

Lym


 No.46269

File: 3973f28677b5d65⋯.png (27.78 KB, 632x116, 158:29, Screen Shot 2018-06-15 at ….png)

he bacc


 No.46270


 No.46271

>The Doctor and Master's TARDISes are inside each other

still one of the most based mindfuck concepts the show has done. Also kind of lewd.


 No.46272

File: 3ea72c67a8512ae⋯.png (16.76 KB, 586x98, 293:49, Screen Shot 2018-06-15 at ….png)


 No.46273

Is Dorian Gray canon?


 No.46274

>>46273

Obviously


 No.46275

>You're mad. Paranoid.

>Who isn't? The only difference is that I'm a little more honest than the rest!

Delgado really is reminiscent of Missy at times.


 No.46276

>>46275

But according to Sandifer, Gomez' Master is the only one that actually worked!


 No.46277

File: afbb7c331b38a9c⋯.png (294.97 KB, 301x490, 43:70, 1529063878495.png)

>the river and torchwood audios are actually good!


 No.46278

>the Doctor's subconscious thoughts depicted as a cacophony of whispering voices

legion confirmed for ripping off The Time Monster


 No.46279

>black guys in Atlantis

Yet again the cultural Marxist BBC are rewriting history. Ban this filth!


 No.46280

>>46278

Is the doctor a good person? Does he deserve love?


 No.46281

>>46280

I don't know, but he's been known to enjoy wiping girls' memories so…


 No.46282

>>46281

>tfw the Legion finale confronted the hero's mind-rape the way Dr Who never did


 No.46283

File: 7727090c7cd684a⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 844.25 KB, 1097x651, 1097:651, cap.PNG)

>>46282

>>46281

You know what? I'm done. You had your chance.


 No.46284

>>46282

Doctor Who has Hell Bent which is at least an implicit acknowledgement of a previous writer's fuckup in that regard.


 No.46285

>>46284

And The Pilot.


 No.46286

File: 42e7d6f237156b3⋯.jpg (312.16 KB, 1417x1417, 1:1, dwst0810_iamthemaster_1417….jpg)


 No.46287

>>46286

>hype for Briggs Finish


 No.46288


 No.46289

>>46287

>not hype for the master writing a master story that the master will perform that's literally the master performing a story


 No.46290


 No.46291

File: 9bd4306780bc697⋯.jpg (7.15 KB, 225x225, 1:1, whelan.jpg)

JUST


 No.46292

>>46283

Did anyone else think this finale was kind of disappointing. Well not so much the finale itself as the lack of work put into setting it up properly over the season, resulting in it feeling half-baked. Even the nature of David's "badness" has been hazily defined, with everything thrown in towards the end like having a torture fetish and whatnot. It's annoying because the idea of it (particularly his relationship with Syd being based on delusions) is brilliantly subversive, but we didn't actually get the clever version where his heroic narrative was retroactively exposed as a toxic one - we just got a standard-feeling capeshit arc which then turned into "look he's CRAZY!" at the end, complete with a full on mind-wipe-rape added in just so it can be his crossing the line moment (when really something of that sheer gravity should have been the detail everything else extended out of). And don't even get me started on how shambolically it's handled the whole mental illness thing. Anyway it seems like an understandable attempt to rectify the mistake made at the end of S1 where it turned out David's issues were just caused by the Shadow King, and David as antagonist for S3 is a great potential direction, but the execution was all fluffed IMO. I would certainly not compare it favourably to Doctor Who.


 No.46293

>>46290

He's a Youtube reactor. Probably getting brought on for some awful social media shite like how they got Claudia for DWM.


 No.46294

>>46292

Hawley bungling a finale? What a surprise! Hot take: Fargo S3 finale is his only finale that works in its own right. Legion S1 finale is hilarious and not in a good way. Fargo S2 finale works until it goes absolutely bananas and not in a good way (such a shame, because the series was naturally escalating in a really good way before that). Fargo S1 finale doesn't know what to do with the characters and just tries to throw them into half-baked pottery situations for some semblance of closure that says remarkably little when you really think about it.


 No.46295

THE THREE DOCTORS NEXT


 No.46297

>>46291

He looks better than he did in the photo with Pearl


 No.46299

>>46286

Based Beevers. He's got his own idea of what his Master is, so I wonder if the story is going to reflect that:

>I had seen Roger Delgado play the part many years earlier atid so I knew roughly what the character was about. Similarly I knew Anthony Ainley and that he was going to be doing it in future. In both cases those actors reflected, or would reflect, the veneer of the Master - his chaming public face if you like. What I felt I was going to play was the essence of the creature - the core evil that was basically the soul of this beast, stripped of the persona of Anthony Ainley or Roger Delgado.


 No.46300

>>46292

Eh…I'm along for the ride. I would agree that the set up and entire season on the whole was lacking. The finale was more of a Finally! thing for me. I'm almost willing to excuse all that for the final moments in S2 It's all a bit ambiguous and "look I'm being clever" for my tastes. Don't make me watch shit a couple of dozen times to "get it" dropping little supposed hints along the way. Maybe those threads will tie off in S3 /who/ nose. I mostly enjoy the show for it's aesthetic and the dude that plays david does it well. The personality snap was pretty great. I wish they would have visualized one of the other david personas taking over in that moment better, but what can you do.


 No.46301

>>46299

The actual Short Trip is going to be the Master beaming out a story via radio as well, which is deliciously meta. I love when BF audios are super driven by one person, and it sounds like he's got a really set idea for this. Can't wait!


 No.46302

did I miss anything in the last 5 days


 No.46303

>>46302

New filming pics at a castle in Spain.

Jodie and the non-Walsh companions will be at SDCC.


 No.46304

File: 4e3fb6108606a28⋯.jpg (51.69 KB, 605x412, 605:412, TRNQNUS.jpg)


 No.46305

>>46303

Oh, I saw those. No Bradders sucks but oh well.


 No.46306

>>46302

The new nilso revelations


 No.46307

>>46306

Go on


 No.46308

if Nilsos gay then I'm straight


 No.46309

>>46307

A certain /who/re has acted a little nilsociopathic to put it mildly, let's say that.


 No.46310

File: 712821bcc00d4f5⋯.jpg (181.24 KB, 768x1024, 3:4, big cheif 10.jpg)


 No.46311

>>46309

sleem


 No.46312

>>46310

horrifying


 No.46313

:contact:


 No.46314

Does 2 and 3 deferring to 1 imply that the Doctor got more stupid as he got older


 No.46315

File: 6e766e32102e6a6⋯.jpg (175.65 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, j66v86u.jpg)


 No.46316

I'd probably use another pseud, or just not say that I'd won/entered/been accepted.


 No.46317

>>46314

Does the Warrior acting like the Doctor kissing someone and acting romantic is unheard of imply that the Doctor gets more senile as he got older


 No.46318

>>46316

And your /who/bros would never know it was you. A sad tale.


 No.46319

>>46318

I'd probably tell one or two.


 No.46320

>>46309

full explanation?


 No.46321

>>46320

I'm too nilsophisticated to gossip like that.


 No.46322

>>46321

the fact that you call is nilsophisticated tells me you're not


 No.46323

what even is Geneva?


 No.46324

>>46322

I'll go full Nilsoldier on you if you don't take that back


 No.46325

>>46323

gay bar


 No.46326

>>46323

I met a little man called Geneva before


 No.46327

a nilsoufflé isn't a nilsoufflé; a nilsoufflé is a recipe


 No.46328

I love the Third Doctor and his Jelly Beans!!


 No.46329

File: 1fc36f7394607f5⋯.jpg (235.43 KB, 1596x2048, 399:512, DWM-#526-038.jpg)


 No.46330

>>46329

Cursed.


 No.46331

Can I offer you a gelatin ball?


 No.46332

YOU WILL FIGHT THE DARK SIDE OF MY MIND

THE DARK SIDE OF MY MIND


 No.46333

Who are the greatest scenery chewing characters in Who besides Omega? And why does NuWho not have any on par with him?


 No.46334

>>46333

The Tenth Doctor.


 No.46335

Three Doctors is a bit shit, isn't it?

>"Unfortunately talk's all I can do, and not much of that"

Tfw


 No.46336

>>46335

>Three Doctors is a bit shit, isn't it?

"No!"


 No.46337

>>46323

The UN, basically


 No.46338

>>46336

It's funny, and it's fun to see everybody together, but fucking hell the plot's rather dreary. Why did they keep asking Bob Baker and Dave Martin back?


 No.46339

>>46338

why are your posts such hot shit


 No.46340

>>46283

You actually watch Legion, Cloister? Based.

>>46292

I think Hawley bungled up the finale slightly, to the point that David's mind-wipe of Syd can credibly be seen as reversing SK's meddling, rather than crossing Syd's boundaries. It doesn't help that Shadow King was running free at the end, making D3 look either completely manipulated by SK or completely incompetent.


 No.46341

>>46332

>tfw you basically ripped this off as the coolest idea from the serial and basically setup this as the most significant moment in the story


 No.46342

>>46340

I'm always a few days behind, but yea it one of the handful of kinda adult shows that I get to watch.


 No.46343

>>46342

I'm feeling so happy that another /who/re watches that TV-kino as well. It's such a good show.


 No.46344

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

ingiga they're being weird again


 No.46345

>>46344

Can't say I care much for the direction they've taken with this album.


 No.46346

>>46345

Ha Ha Ha is the best one so far. Either that, or Flies.


 No.46347

>>46343

Our viewing habits aren't wholly dissimilar when it comes to sci fi like stuff. We've talked about braindead before. Still wish it had gotten picked up for another season.


 No.46348

File: 93463e697479a91⋯.jpg (117.97 KB, 768x768, 1:1, laurel.jpg)

>>46347

That's true. That show was a unique mixture of sci fi weirdness and political humor. Plus, it had the wonderful Winstead.


 No.46349

Carnival of Monsters 1 really is one of the best cliffhangers ever.


 No.46350

>Normie: "His name is Dr. Who."

>Pedant: "His name is the Doctor."

>Ascended: "Her name is Dr. Who."


 No.46351

>>46350

>Nilso: "It's name literally doesn't matter"


 No.46352

>>46350

Fallen: "Her ERP title is Dr. Who. Her name is Basil."


 No.46353

>>46273

Yes, so technically Oscar Wilde was the first writer to contribute to the Doctor Who canon. This makes the franchise 128 years old, as The Picture of Dorian Gray was published in 1890


 No.46354

>>46353

I would be willing to bet the canon is actually older than that by way of crossing over with another literary work.


 No.46355

>>46354

What work?


 No.46356


 No.46357

LiquidCloister when?


 No.46358

>>46356

>written ca. 2100 bc

that makes doctor who 4117 years old


 No.46359

wendeggadendenden


 No.46360

>>46355

>>46354

Robin Hood was technically the first piece of the Who canon, in that case.


 No.46361

Nonsequitur anons are the best anons.


 No.46362

>>46360

Gilgamesh.


 No.46363

>>46356

>>46358

They think the epic of gilgamesh might actually be originally an oral tradition from the yunger dryas period.


 No.46364

>>4636

>>46362

What about cave paintings?


 No.46365

>>1963

>>2005

>>2018


 No.46366

>>46363

So what does that mean.. Doctor Who was created by many?


 No.46367

File: 4e0a36396090cc6⋯.jpg (31.81 KB, 717x453, 239:151, JPEG_20180607_223649.jpg)


 No.46368

>>46366

>>46366

its older than that by like 10,000 years. imnot good at maths.


 No.46369

nilgamesh


 No.46370

>>46367

This, but unironically hot.


 No.46371

>>46370

t. Ingiga


 No.46372

File: 9c34b8a8937acaf⋯.jpg (33.32 KB, 640x368, 40:23, 1275062301601.jpg)

>>46371

>femoid faces


 No.46373

File: 5df6123cfc60ed9⋯.png (1.01 MB, 1000x1302, 500:651, nilso gay.png)


 No.46374

Yall better pray when the Nilso squad rolls up at yo block.


 No.46375

https://twitter.com/ElSandifer/status/1007798268510818304

>An interesting upcoming event in Doctor Who that probably isn't talked about enough is the point somewhere in the next nine years where the BBC legally has to let independent studios submit bids to produce it.

Is anyone familiar with this law? How much truth is there to this?


 No.46376

I'm just sitting here doing some papercrafting and out of nowhere I get hit with this huge wave of love and nostalgia for the speech from the Zygon Inversion. Jesus christ, that speech was so fucking good.


 No.46377

>>46246

yeah?


 No.46378

>>46377

Nothing, the Twitch was just playing The Time Monster earlier and your name came up.


 No.46379

>>46375

oof.. Netflix Original Doctor Who.. I bet it'd be pretty good


 No.46380

>>46375

>BBC legally has to let independent studios submit bids to produce it.

If only.


 No.46381

>>46378

oh, based


 No.46382

>>46375

>fox places bid

>makes time war 4 part mcgann series.

>uses up chang lee and grace

>will sasso was really K'anpo Rimpoche all along

>fox produces it with full on movie budget

>peter jackson directs

>kris marshall is allowed to have a plot as a time lord with a qt asian companion

>rob shearman writes

>at the end is McGann holding a piece of paper with the words "You should have called me, Russel! You Fuck!" And it leads directly into Night of the Doctor

Would it be, for the briefest of moments, the diamond age of doctor who?


 No.46383

>>46382

still wouldn't be better than stolen earth/journey's end


 No.46384

Brits seething over more American made Doctor Who will be worth it


 No.46385


 No.46386

SNM is so frustrating because every single good idea in it is botched and the rest of the space is filled with jaw-droppingly half-baked shite (e.g. every scene involving 474, every 'horror' scene with the Sandmen). The "villain is staging a generic Doctor Who episode" conceit could have been from the mind of Robert Holmes, and you can imagine this story in his hands, playing all the metafictional elements perfectly while filling the margins with well-observed characters and sharp satire that feeds back into the main theme.

Instead we get a slab of sub-Sawardian stool so soporific it actively undermines the the ending twist - anyone who gets to the end of the episode has only stuck with it because it's Doctor Who, not because it's genuinely interesting enough to hold the attention.


 No.46387

They reverted my wiki entry damn it.


 No.46388


 No.46389

>>46388

It's silly. Tardis Data core on Chris Hardwick.


 No.46390

cloister and i hate the same things. he's alright with me.


 No.46391

>>46383

>erases donnas development

>pointless fanfiction incarnation

>doctor has no counter for davros's lazy "you turn people into weapons" put down

>nonsensical plot that goes against all of davros's pre established motivations.

Nice story, anon.


 No.46392

>>46389

i addec to the talk section


 No.46393

File: 083e76785f8366c⋯.png (1.02 MB, 604x841, 604:841, neo.png)

Should I give this book a try?


 No.46394

File: abb68823b6d8038⋯.jpg (224.11 KB, 478x1199, 478:1199, NAB Roko's Basilisk.jpg)

File: ffda8184dd7786c⋯.jpg (83.67 KB, 474x275, 474:275, NAB steve jobs.jpg)

File: c1332aa67042ddd⋯.jpg (141.71 KB, 468x704, 117:176, NAB Moldbug.jpg)

>>46393

Oh definitely. It's not about Doctor Who, though, so be aware going in. Instead, it's about weird nerd shit. Attached are three of my favorite bits.

Jack Graham's portion is almost completely unrelated to the rest of the book, since instead of being about weird bad ideas that got really popular with lunatics, it's just about normal bad ideas that got really popular with lunatics. Graham is a guy who has a lot of insights and is willing to do a lot of research and then show you in detail what he's talking about, but another way of putting that is it's fairly dry and academic and is really just about how extreme right economics are bad, supported with lots and lots of examples and quotes. He's more fun when he's writing about fascism in general because it's a less boring topic, honestly.


 No.46395

File: 9889e2a5f92d813⋯.jpg (22.49 KB, 320x240, 4:3, Doctor Who rueda de nuevo ….jpg)

File: dd9b13349a1656c⋯.jpg (23.38 KB, 240x320, 3:4, Doctor Who rueda de nuevo ….jpg)


 No.46396

File: 4c45b7cdce95ab6⋯.png (302.85 KB, 525x492, 175:164, tardis prop.png)

>>46395

>still no pictures of the interior backdrop


 No.46397

All of Chibnall's episodes were written to a very specific brief. Knowing that, what can we guess about his era? Moff had a lot of control of his eps during RTD's era, so it was possible to guess what his style would be. We cant do that with Chibs. Apart from the countdown timer thing. Why does he do that?


 No.46398

>>46396

Maybe thats a good sign. Maybe instead of a backdrop they'll use some fancy cgi.


 No.46399

File: fd23f62b1e77157⋯.jpg (10.49 KB, 500x410, 50:41, tardisinterior-1-1.jpg)

>>46396

seeing this blurry pic in 2009 was so exciting


 No.46400

>>46394

Thank you for reply. I'll definitely check it out, been digging Sandifer's work lately, thought about commiting to her magnum opus. It is kind of her magnus opus, right?

>>46395

This is unironically prettiest TARDIS exterior in the history of Doctor Who.

>>46397

We really can't predict much, that's why i'm super excited.


 No.46401

>>46400

>This is unironically prettiest TARDIS exterior in the history of Doctor Who.

It's honestly my favourite. We'll see how it looks onscreen. That interior better be good too.


 No.46402

>>46400

>>46401

I'm not sold on yellow and blue lights yet but I like the teal-and-black look


 No.46403

File: b2b525780cc5741⋯.jpg (358.33 KB, 726x857, 726:857, list.jpg)


 No.46404

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

doctor who equivalent?


 No.46405

File: 27c4203b3466762⋯.jpg (24.68 KB, 523x475, 523:475, terror.JPG)


 No.46406

File: 3fc8678744f1688⋯.jpg (295.54 KB, 1155x2048, 1155:2048, foreman dalek.jpg)

was this pre or post deciding to be female?


 No.46407

>>46376

Sounds comfy.

>>46373

Nice.

>>46393

Yes.

>>46397

This is why I don't think it's that misguided to look to what he has had complete control over, like Broadchurch.

>>46400

The Last War in Albion will be her magnum opus…one day…


 No.46408

nilsos a mascoid


 No.46409

No matter what deservedly happens to the host of Talking Dead/Bad/etc. now, we can rest assured the host of Whovians is pure.


 No.46410


 No.46411

The Stolen Earth / Journey's End is 100% the Doctor Who equivalent of The Simpsons' Who Shot Mr. Burns


 No.46412

>>46410

>Apologies; we can't find this page right now, but we'd love for you to stay.

hmmmmmm


 No.46413

File: 2679aee6191e292⋯.jpg (53.19 KB, 1230x921, 410:307, out of it.JPG)

this scares me


 No.46414


 No.46415

File: 35666d9f07dbb1a⋯.jpg (36.93 KB, 657x526, 657:526, 1487376575037.jpg)

>>46414

Hardwick

>He continued: "When we were living together, I found out that Chloe cheated on me, and I ended the relationship. For several week after we broke up, she asked me to get back together with me and even told me she wanted to have kids with me, 'build a life' with me and told me that I was 'the one,' but I did not want to be with someone who was unfaithful."

Dykstra

>Unfortunately, there was a slight crossover: a kiss. A kiss I immediately told him about, and he, surprisingly, instantly forgave me. Turned a total 180. He begged me not to leave him, even told me he was planning to propose; despite stating previously he had no intention to marry me. I knew this all stemmed from his fear of being alone (He actually got engaged very shortly after I left him) so luckily I remained strong in my resolve to leave him, despite my only desire for three years being that he loved me the way I loved him.

yikes


 No.46416

>>46415

Hardwick married into big, big money and if he wants to fight this he can. But Dykstra did say:

>PS: To the man who tried to ruin my future: A sincere and heartfelt apology could have made my last four years a hell of a lot easier. The person I used to date would try to sue me due to pride- I would not recommend it. I have audio/video that will support and prove many of the things I’ve stated in this post. I’ve chosen not to include it for your sake, in the hopes that the person you’ve become will do the right thing.

So who knows how that will turn out. I expect he'll get turfed out publically by coworkers and business and all that but the money train will keep riding to him, and since he fucking owns most of his work I don't think pushing him out of the industry is that simple.


 No.46417


 No.46418

File: 64b7648aae0b591⋯.jpg (59.56 KB, 800x671, 800:671, 34880129_1926890217330506_….jpg)

File: 561c9010e1ac061⋯.jpg (76.32 KB, 814x960, 407:480, 35050679_1929513920401469_….jpg)

File: 8e4b47d28e54ede⋯.jpg (104.6 KB, 960x808, 120:101, 35076566_1929513733734821_….jpg)

doctor who equivalent?


 No.46419

>>46411

What do you mean?


 No.46420

File: 60af3f23d3b9c9f⋯.png (40.28 KB, 619x385, 619:385, e.png)

Genuinely epic Doctor Who moments?


 No.46421

>>46418

The Sound of Drums

World Enough and Time

In the Forest of the Night


 No.46422

Watching Ocygen going to complain that doctor who makes toys so they can’t criticise workers being replaced with robots I love capitalism


 No.46423

>>46420

I genuinely don't understand what point she's trying to make

nobody is defending comey for this

plus hosting your own email server and using gmail are two very different things


 No.46424

Nilsos crying and bleeding out of his urethra because of this post >>46420


 No.46425

File: 8d6e9e386c62134⋯.jpg (81.17 KB, 645x729, 215:243, 1515859585061.jpg)

>>46422

>using automation to do work for humans is a bad thing!


 No.46426

>>46425

Automation is a bad thing under a capitalism because it is rapidly reducing the number of jobs available while the population increases.


 No.46427

Nilso Never Checks his Curious Cat Questions - And That's A Good Thing!


 No.46428

File: 388d9640d6087af⋯.png (193.75 KB, 913x720, 913:720, charts.png)

>>46426

Thr number of jobs available is not finite. Any new technology, invention or market creates new jobs as well as supplanting old ones. Countries with high levels of automation simply do not have high unemployment rates, you fucking luddite.


 No.46429

>>46427

And I say that as a fan


 No.46430

>>46428

Nilso


 No.46431

>>46428

>Countries with high levels of automation simply do not have high unemployment rates

what jobs did the obsolete people move to?


 No.46432

february 20th los angeles california i’m in the studio with death grips they’re working on their new album at sunset sound studios 6650 sunset boulevard they have a dilemma they’ll win their dilemma


 No.46433

>>46432

death grips are thoroughly unpleasant to listen to and I cannot comprehend how anyone would willingly subject themselves to it


 No.46434

>>46433

Ha ha ha bitch


 No.46435

>>46431

https://www.brookings.edu/blog/metropolitan-revolution/2016/10/12/job-stealing-robots-are-an-economic-distraction/

>First, as I’ve written before, at the national level there is no correlation between adoption of robots and job losses in the manufacturing sector. Countries that deploy far more robots in manufacturing than we do have lost far fewer manufacturing jobs.

>Second, automation also creates jobs, but it’s harder to identify the occupations that have been created or sustained because of automation than to identify the occupations that might be threatened. Technology can lead to jobs by creating new industries (Airbnb, Uber) and bolstering firm competitiveness, and it can lead to wage growth by reducing prices, which raises purchasing power. The deployment of ATMs in the 1990s actually led to an increase in the number of bank tellers because, with the cost of operating branches reduced, banks opened new ones. Also, thanks to cost-saving robots it now takes fewer hours of work for a middle-income wage earner to afford a car than at any time in history. In an era of stagnant wages, reduced prices help low- and middle-income families stay afloat.

>New automation technology also democratizes the ability of workers at all levels to create value. For example, technology companies are employing machine-learning techniques (improved versions of A/B testing) that allow even entry-level employees to identify trends in consumer behavior and improve product development. In this way, big data replaces the mystique of marketing executives with the practical talents of everyday workers. However, these impacts are diffused across the economy and are more difficult to articulate in the popular media.


 No.46436

>>46435

>Working for Uber is equivalent to a manufacturing job


 No.46437

>>46436

Boy, you sure are great at cherrypicking.


 No.46438

File: 84e1ca2b230dbed⋯.jpg (31.9 KB, 563x568, 563:568, 28951676_1191913060944089_….jpg)

why was rose named rose?


 No.46439

>>46438

Because of RTD writing quirks. He had a character named Rose in a previous show and he finds that reusing character names gives luck.


 No.46440

>>46438

Because RTD wanted to go against the wilderness grain of giving companions masculine names (Sam, Charley, etc.). You can look that up in an old DWM, it's legit.


 No.46441

Companion named Nilso when?


 No.46442

>>46441

>Nilso

Who?


 No.46443

What the fuck is a Nilso?


 No.46444

>>46443

A quirky and cute Pakistani twink


 No.46445

>>46444

I thought Nilso was Palestinian?


 No.46446

File: 533f49eccfa1955⋯.png (954.83 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, THE CONFUSION IN MY MIND.png)

i've had Padre Nilso's ecclesiastical lovemaking jam playing over and over in my head for the past day

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kUKocwBHSI


 No.46447

File: 522e669347ed090⋯.jpg (52.87 KB, 700x700, 1:1, a0077441100_16.jpg)

>>46446

Have you heard the vapourwave version? http://nilsowave1995.bandcamp.com


 No.46448

>>46445

Theres a Nilso for every country.


 No.46449

>>46448

Where can I find my Korean Nilso?


 No.46450

File: b71ed77c5965f3f⋯.jpg (50.55 KB, 500x333, 500:333, whoffauldi_domestic.jpg)

>>46447

indeed i have


 No.46451

>>46450

Nilso's future might be a fucking nightmare, but with music like that, we're living in a pretty delightful present.


 No.46452

>>46449

You'll have to find your local Funko pop dealer. He'll know


 No.46453

File: f8cc1d88c52a40f⋯.jpg (94.39 KB, 1080x1350, 4:5, 10986230_1687454384799475_….jpg)

>>46452

Someone should make a custom Nilso pop


 No.46454

File: daf4846b6a76664⋯.png (346.91 KB, 613x641, 613:641, daf4846b6a766644c684a4b0d4….png)

Never, ever forget.


 No.46455

what is nilso's favourite anime?


 No.46456

>>46455

I heard hes a JOJO fan.


 No.46457

>>46455

Captain Scarlet


 No.46458

Apparently that 'infamously bad writer' coming up in Eruditorum isn't Whithouse/the Lake two parter, but a novel in the gap between S8 and S9.


 No.46459

File: 711c1ce7edd43c2⋯.jpg (42.81 KB, 292x450, 146:225, 9781101905814.jpg)

>>46458

Oh god, it's fucking gazza


 No.46460

6 days until sesska's reaction to clara's death


 No.46461

>>46459

>Well, let's look at the facts. The man's work is crap. He can't write, his [this next bit's been removed because it's probably actionable] for him, and ironically it turned out to be his best book. Nobody likes what he does. DIVIDED LOYALTIES is, if I'm not mistaken, currently the lowest-rated Doctor Who book of all time on the rankings chart. But he insists on taking over as much as fandom as possible, and making things utterly miserable for anyone who wants to do anything interesting. Because the fact is this. The Doctor Who books aren't just read by ageing long-term fans. I've now known four people who got into Doctor Who through reading the EDAs, and the BBC's sales figures are at an all-time high. INTERFERENCE has sold more than anything else I've written, I know that much. The point is, a new fanbase… a fanbase that actually wants to go somewhere… is gradually building up, and the Gary Mafia at DWM seems to be doing everything it can to make sure it all gets fucked up.

>Gary won't be satisfied until he's got his fingers in every corner of fandom, even though everybody knows he's crap at what he does. When Doctor Who finally dies… and it will die, because now the newcomers are going to start turning away again, and you're going to be left with this dwindling audience of fifty-year-olds who just buy the CDs because they've got Peter Davison's picture on the front… he'll be more responsible than any other single individual.


 No.46462

>>46461

>his [this next bit's been removed because it's probably actionable] for him, and ironically it turned out to be his best book

WHAT WAS MEANT BY THIS?


 No.46463

>>46290

They'll need a new host for the SDCC panel now that Hardwick is a sex pest


 No.46464

6 years until /who/'s reaction to Nilso's death.


 No.46465

45 years until Sesskas reaction to the 100th anniversary


 No.46466

1 year until Nilsos leaving video


 No.46467

>>46440

Are you trying to say Benny and Rob aren’t feminine?


 No.46468

>>46464

He's not getting off quite that easily. Death isn't a nightmare; it's the cessation of dreaming. No, he has quite something in store for him…


 No.46469

44 years until /who/s reaction to Cloisters funeral


 No.46470

>>46461

>Interference has sold more than anything else I’ve written

Has Loz written anything outside Doctor Who and Faction Paradox?


 No.46471

File: 4f6af10d057b7c6⋯.png (3.98 KB, 82x102, 41:51, xFmf5E6.png)


 No.46472

>>46471

>discord screenshot

>imgur filename


 No.46473

>>46470

Off the top of my head, he started out with a couple of stories in 2000AD

I remember a since-deleted twitter response where he said he's been writing, he just hasn't made his work public


 No.46474

>>46473

>Dozens of Loz novels will be released once he dies


 No.46475

>>46474

>it's Bagpuss fanfic


 No.46476

So

are the rumours true?


 No.46477

File: 5c9ecdf038029b6⋯.png (94.59 KB, 437x421, 437:421, that_was_a_demo__by_chocol….png)

demo episode when


 No.46478

>>46477

Hola fellow gamer!


 No.46479

>>46478

what did you just call me?


 No.46480

nilso's shit trip when?


 No.46481

File: 2c1c73bb66731e8⋯.jpg (42.82 KB, 298x610, 149:305, 1528508764939.jpg)


 No.46482

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>46479

You don't feel the word of Nilso (pic related) speaks to you?


 No.46483

I can honestly say that I've been asked a million times why I play games. And I normally just shrug and say "It's a hobby.", but that's a lie. Because when I'm in game, I'm at home. From the flames of cataclysm to the icy mountains of Tamriel, anywhere I venture, is a place I love and know. My entire life people preach that I could be anything that I wanted to be. But when I told them I wanted to be the captain of a ship, a spaceship, THE spaceship that saves humanity. That I wanted to be Commander Shepard they told me I need to get a grip on reality. And to them to them a grip on a reality means the American dream, working nine to five crammed up in a tiny cubicle having two-point-five kids, a two story suburban house and a white picket fence. I divorce once, and I'd have debt into my early thirties because I took some bullshit university degree that's suppose to help me in the end.

This isn't reality, this is just a dull outlook on it. Now I understand it's human nature to achieve greatness, but I can do this as Commander Shepard, I don't need a degree. And if I want to go on an adventure I don't ever have to leave the comfort of my home. Yet, people spend an entire salary to travel and I can't help but laugh. I've single-handedly stopped a reign of ancient wyverns from destroying a nation, but before I could do that do I had to:

Learn their language. Become a master in Swordsmanship, Smithing, Archery, Defense, Magic, Speech, Hunting and Thieving!

Not to mention I had to take down an entire fleet of assassins along with a brigade of smugglers before I could even START my lessons in Dragon's Speak. I've always enjoyed an adventure, but I hated pawning my limbs to afford an eighteen-hour car ride. And aside from being told that I can enjoy a white-picket fence at the end of my career, all my years as a student was balance between Fractal Formulas and believing I never be able to love which is literal INSANITY. I've saved Princess Peach. I wanted to be the guy, and I became the guy. I saved Bandage Girl. And I've been Link for generations just to save Princess Zelda. But yet, I'm the eternal virgin, I'm the guy that's never going to love.

And sometimes this shit doesn't make sense to me, why people assume that I need to be out doing something and away from home to have fun when I have my own reality grasped between my hands. I have my own world at my fingertips, if I screw something up I can rewind time. I can't do that in real life, but when I'm in game I'm free to what I please, when I plEEEase, I'm free to enjoy things the way I want to. I can build my own Kingdom and lead my people to freedom because I'm the mind behind the game. I'm the one who enjoys these games.

I am a gamer. And I always will be.


 No.46484

>>46483

Nilso cloister


 No.46485

File: 485765f672eb47d⋯.jpg (100.81 KB, 1079x939, 1079:939, k7vnc54edh311.jpg)

>>46482

i wish nilso would speak to me


 No.46486

>>46483

imagine what kind of mental state you must be in if you think playing video games is the definitive aspect of your personality


 No.46487

>>46485

trump and kim lan party when?


 No.46488

>>46486

You'd have to live in some sort of society where consumption is seen as the bedrock of identity I guess.


 No.46490

us gamers huh?


 No.46491

>>46488

comrade!


 No.46492

>>46488

We live in a society

Bottom Text


 No.46493

I haven't played a game since Mass Effect Andromeda came out.


 No.46494

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>When a gamer goes to School

>2,729,165 views

>Published on Sep 9, 2017

>2017


 No.46495

>>46493

was it so bad it turned you off the concept?


 No.46496

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>WHEN TEACHER COMES TO GAMER'S HOUSE

>266,506 views


 No.46497

>Sesska doesn't know that Sleep No More and Face the Raven are a two parter


 No.46498

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>When rich gamer visits poor gamer - full movie

>586,887 views


 No.46499

File: e4edf3d9370c418⋯.png (278.7 KB, 1267x687, 1267:687, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.46500

>>46495

It was pretty much that terrible. But I've just been doing other things since. There's some games I'm keen to get around to eventually.

>>46497

She'll mention they both had downer endings


 No.46501

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

gamers finally getting woke on class warfare


 No.46502

File: ed3e72d65e32576⋯.png (506.35 KB, 1274x702, 49:27, ClipboardImage.png)

>hey gamer, what are the worst doctor who episodes


 No.46503

What's more hilarious, gaming fandom or Star Wars fandom.


 No.46504

>>46501

you laugh now but one day this guy will have his own show on cartoon network


 No.46505


 No.46506

File: 86d04aa94727641⋯.gif (153.1 KB, 245x176, 245:176, you think.gif)

>>46497

>this fucking meme


 No.46507

File: 8a6cbdbac215386⋯.png (1.88 MB, 1000x1000, 1:1, 1526761389424.png)

>>46502

why does he have a picture of nilso hanging on the wall?


 No.46508

File: 4220d623e68c16b⋯.jpg (5.8 KB, 128x128, 1:1, gamergirl.jpg)


 No.46509

>>46508

t. Nilsa


 No.46510

>>46506

yes I do think thank you for noticing I have thoughts


 No.46511

File: 3d7df71868c857f⋯.png (55.47 KB, 500x566, 250:283, we-live-in-a-society-a-soc….png)


 No.46512

File: e5421f033ced608⋯.jpg (101.24 KB, 1278x597, 426:199, NOSOUL.JPG)


 No.46513

>>46512

This but unironically.


 No.46514

>>46512

>the one without colour has more soul!


 No.46515

File: f832a526cb2fa50⋯.jpg (45.65 KB, 182x247, 14:19, f83.jpg)


 No.46516

>>46512

Honest television v dishonest television


 No.46517

File: 032a3017b3ffd9c⋯.png (408.48 KB, 640x464, 40:29, zagreus sees you in your b….png)


 No.46518

Kinda's opinion on the Nas album?


 No.46519

>>46518

i didnt even realize it was out, ill listen to it now


 No.46520

File: f9219a6848b7339⋯.png (14.21 KB, 502x154, 251:77, chris bores btfo channel a….png)

File: 023799c6f61c1b7⋯.jpg (47.35 KB, 503x202, 503:202, SaltyBores.jpg)

File: 361a2a1699cd739⋯.png (60.25 KB, 505x281, 505:281, bores.png)

>>46515

chris bores did nothing wrong


 No.46521

>>46503

You say that as if you aren’t in an even more embarrassing fandom than either of those


 No.46522

>>46521

I would sincerely class Doctor Who fandom as less embarrassing than Star Wars fandom. I'm completely serious.


 No.46523

>>46521

I think that's a fairly ridiculous comment to make, even in light of some of the worst aspects of Doctor Who fandom coming out this week.


 No.46524

>>46523

>even in light of some of the worst aspects of Doctor Who fandom coming out this week.

what happened?


 No.46525

>>46524

chris hardwick


 No.46526

>>46522

The "the consensus is that there will be no consensus" attitude the Who fandom has unironically makes it better than many fandoms of a certian size


 No.46527

>>46524

A certain advancer of nerd interest.


 No.46528

>>46525

>>46527

what's hardwick got to do with doctor who?


 No.46529

>>46528

? He came up through DW fandom.


 No.46530

Zagreus is a Gallifreyan boogieman that doesn’t actually exist? Sounds like another thing Moffat stole from the wilderness without crediting the original writer


 No.46531

>>46526

It's a straightforward case of the source material being structurally hostile to most kinds of fetishism. There is no single mythology, set of characters or signifiers that Doctor Who fans have unilateral loyalty to. The show forces its fans to deal with change and variety.


 No.46532

>>46529

really?? i always thought he was just some random ass internet guy?


 No.46533

>>46528

he moderated all the comic con panels apparently

he was announced to be moderating the upcoming one with Jodie a day before the story broke

he'll be ERASED of course; still disturbing to think that he was a sort of insider the whole time


 No.46534

>>46532

Uhh his whole nerd empiredom spawned out of him climbing ranks of DW fandom, moderating SDCC panels, etc.

https://tardis.wikia.com/wiki/Chris_Hardwick


 No.46535

To be fair his status in DW fandom was entirely on the American side so it's not that weird some Aussies/Brits would be unaware of it.


 No.46536

>>46535

I remember him doing the panels now that you mention it i guess i just never thought anything of it. i always thought he was alright but pretty cringey (tbf panels are always cringey though)


 No.46537

>>46535

The BBC America side of "official fandom" has always seemed more cancerous desu, some extra sheen of corporateness. It's still a corporate nightmare on the British side of course, but it's at least run by lifelong fanwankers who used to meet in pubs.


 No.46538

>>46534

from what i'm reading on the big wiki he got his start on some MTV things in the 90s


 No.46539

>>46538

I'm sure that's right, just speaking from my own distant observation of his career I first noticed him rising to prominence from DW stuff and that seemed to spawn his eventual reign of TWD and BB stuff as well.

>>46537

100%. I cringe at all the yanks that tweet at the official DW Twitter account telling them to be more like the BBCA one with more fan engagement. Careful what you wish for.


 No.46540

Doctor Who will be up for sale in the next 9 years and Lawrence Miles will buy


 No.46541

>>46408

don't even know what this is


 No.46542

File: 92296bf6327899a⋯.jpg (204.05 KB, 1080x1080, 1:1, snap.jpg)


 No.46543

>>46540

would like to see Lawrence Miles' Doctor Who Anime


 No.46544

>>46540

Initial offering price - three 4x2 yellow LEGO blocks with a lego figurine (Accessories not included at this time)


 No.46545

File: 348597747d19e1d⋯.png (17.44 KB, 333x43, 333:43, hardwicktwitter.png)

somehow this makes me like him even less


 No.46546

>>46545

sO qUiRkY


 No.46547

>>46545

TRAB PU KCIP


 No.46548

>>46547

laughed out loud


 No.46549

trab rof sgge yub dna tuo og ot uoy deen I


 No.46550

>>46549

sgge nwo teg nac trab


 No.46551

As a child, I had friends who weren’t allowed to watch the Simpsons or Doctor Who. Imagine being one of those people


 No.46552

File: 4e2ff8c016e93a7⋯.jpg (1.1 MB, 4000x3000, 4:3, IMG_20180616_120245_HHT.jpg)

Who else got their copy?


 No.46553

>>46552

Dorney bought a copy for himself LMAO


 No.46554

>>46553

Who's dorney?


 No.46555

>>46554

The writer.


 No.46556

File: 2e786203a01f642⋯.jpg (54.87 KB, 733x563, 733:563, 1291053419612.jpg)

>>46554

There are people here who still don't know the names of any prolific BF writers?


 No.46557

>>46555

i thought that might be who but didn't see his name when I glanced at the cover. I feel pretty stupid now

>>46556

S-sorry nick


 No.46558

>>46557

Don't feel stupid, you're not a writer who spent money he'd earned from a story on buying that very story!


 No.46559

>>46557

It's just odd because we talk(/complain) about people like Dorney or Matt Fitton often enough.


 No.46560

>>46558

Remind me what's wrong with wanting to own a collection of things you had a hand in making? In fact that might be the only valid reason to own a collection of anything.


 No.46561

>>46560

Do you think Briggs paid for his copy of Dark Eyes?


 No.46562

>>46554

Worse than Moffat. ‘Nuff said


 No.46563

>>46561

I wouldn't be surprised if Briggs paid for most of the copies


 No.46564

>>46562

>Worse than Moffat.

But that could be said about most of the writers who have ever worked on Doctor Who.


 No.46565

>>46564

Good joke


 No.46566

>>46559

Literally never heard of dorney before.


 No.46567


 No.46568

File: f1213ca239ec489⋯.png (987.68 KB, 737x725, 737:725, dragoncity.png)

honestly wonder what sort of wild things Loz makes out of Lego


 No.46569

File: 9913e68387bb596⋯.png (13.53 KB, 128x128, 1:1, monkaW.png)

>>46567

>mfw the number of posts on that first page I recognise as mine


 No.46570

>>46568

>never name a location 'gog' or 'magog'

>second coming never happens

God didn't think this through


 No.46571

Why is Briggs Finish so male dominated? One of the writers I thought was a woman from the name, Nev Fountain, turned out to be a man


 No.46572

>>46571

What about "Nev" is feminine? I mean, if it was "Neve" that would be understandable, but are you not familiar with "Neville" as name?


 No.46573

>>46572

>but are you not familiar with "Neville" as name?

not that anon but genuinely no


 No.46574

>>46571

Because BF is completely and utterly an old boy's club. It's no coincidence you only really see women writers come up through the ranges based Goss stewards and tries to foster some creativity and new blood in.


 No.46575

Neo go buy eggs for Bart


 No.46576

>>46572

I am familiar with Neville as a name and used to think Nev Fountain was a woman too. Nev sounds feminine to me.


 No.46577

>>46575

But Lisa needs braces


 No.46578

>>46577

Only eggs can sustain me


 No.46579

>>46572

It sounds a bit like Bev

t. Gareth


 No.46580

Doctor Who 2077


 No.46581

Doctor Who 2049


 No.46582

>>46573

>Never watched/read/listened to Stephen fry reading Harry Potter

>>46558

To be fair, if something I wrote ended up on vinyl, I'd want a copy too


 No.46583

>>46582

>Never watched/read/listened to Stephen fry reading Harry Potter

why would I ever have the urge to do something so horrible


 No.46584

>>46583

based


 No.46585

>>46574

Really hoping Chris Chibnall brings more female writers for series 11. Anything more than just one per season like the rest of new who. He might even have the first (of new who) female written and directed episode.


 No.46586

cyberpunk doesnt look like blade runner and that's unironically a good thing


 No.46587

>>46586

Can someone explain to me why people are up in arms about the first-person perspective? Is it really just a case of them wanting something identical to the Witcher or is there a legitimate issue? (I'm not counting people who get motion sickness or some other medical condition from first person games)


 No.46588

>>46586

1000%. Cyberpunk was a genre before an aesthetic.

>>46585

Same. A writer like him needs all the variance around him he can get.


 No.46589

>>46587

Fwiw I'm not a big fan of first-person perspective in general in games because it breaks my immersion tonnes more than third person. It's better when a character is wearing a helmet or something, but it's just so hilariously divorced from the actual sense of first-person perspective that all non-blind humans live with 100% of the time that I can't take it seriously. Where are my fucking legs when I look down? I don't want to be a floating pair of hands, I want to be a character.

Funny thing is they actually announced the first person perspective years and years ago but I guess it never got much traction. Bethesda are kinda out the norm for being so first-person focused in the western RPG field so I kinda get people being surprised by CDPR going first person, but it makes total sense for the actual game they're making and they've even gone into detailed justifications for it.


 No.46590

>aussie /who/res talking about cyberpunk 2077 when its going to be refused classification there

loving every laugh


 No.46591

>>46543

Same. Him and Steven Hall would be top of my list for writing Anime Who.

Possibly both together.


 No.46592

>>46587

I dont really get it either, i think people assumed it was going to be there because of witcher and were assblasted that you dont get to pick.

It might also be because the game clearly uses its visuals as a selling point and not seeing your character when you want to can take away from the visuals in a sense


 No.46593

File: 6f2567e74b37113⋯.jpg (69.63 KB, 1147x1147, 1:1, Dfw1kF2V4AAH4CJ.jpg)

File: 3a0c5f496991291⋯.jpg (111.08 KB, 1147x1147, 1:1, Dfw1ktcUcAELLga.jpg)

>go through all the trouble of making these images

>can't be arsed to put "the" at the start of some of them

why even bother


 No.46594

>>46590

Of course it will be, meth is in it and drugs can be taken for positive effect. Implying Aussies won't find a way to play the uncut version anyway.


 No.46595

>>46590

does cyberpunk 2077 include drug use?

is there anything stopping us from just importing it?


 No.46596

>>46590

good thing it's DRM free on pc :^)

>>46595

if you're on a console you'll have to buy it with a foreign account but if you're on PC it'll be fine


 No.46597

>>46595

Yes, big time.

Desu I remember back in the early days of GOG CDPR would just give you the uncut version of Witcher 2 if you asked. There's always importing, piracy, and modding as well to fix the issue.


 No.46598

>>46593

There's no 'some' about it, these images have made a clear stylistic choice to omit all of the "The"s. Probably for the sake of making the lines more visually distinct.


 No.46599

>>46598

There's absolutely enough space to make "Ark" into "The Ark" or "Chase" into "The Chase".


 No.46600

>>46599

But then those would be the odd ones out and it would look inconsistent.


 No.46601

Nightmare of Eden


 No.46602

That’s a yikes from me, Jimbo


 No.46603

Nightmare of Eden, could you redpill me on Dead Air?


 No.46604

Which titles would be improved by adding (or removing) "The" at the start?


 No.46605

>>46604

The Doctor Who and the Silurians


 No.46606

>>46604

all of them would be improved by adding the, even the ones that already have it


 No.46607

>>46604

title improvement:

The Vincent and The Doctor


 No.46608

>>46604

The Asylum of the Daleks

The Victory of the Daleks

The remembrance of the Daleks

The Unearthly Child


 No.46609

File: 8d286863ad61fb2⋯.png (875.86 KB, 1080x615, 72:41, gplus3038536004033342719.png)

>>46606

Have you preordered the soy edition of F76 from EB Games yet?


 No.46610

File: 6eedb81bad4e05b⋯.jpg (8.64 KB, 256x256, 1:1, bk-0i1NN_400x400.jpg)

unironic opinion on this man?

>>46609

>it glows in the fucking dark

im gonna preorder it on amazon for the beta and cancel immediately after


 No.46611

File: c971a67401c3110⋯.jpg (244.99 KB, 1000x641, 1000:641, RDR2_CollectorsBox_Updated….jpg)

>>46610

Don't forget the collectors edition of Red Dead Redemption 2 (game not included)


 No.46612

>>46611

Pick up some Fortnite V Bucks while you're there too


 No.46613

>>46611

>game not included

are you memeing on me or have we really come this far


 No.46614

Todd Howard is the Doctor in the same way Peter Molyneux is the Valeyard


 No.46615

>>46612

i have a mate that traded in all his 3ds games for vbucks

>>46613

it literally doesnt come with the game


 No.46616

>>46613

I'm 100% serious.

https://ebgames.com.au/loot-231810-Red-Dead-Redemption-2-Collectors-Box-Loot

>Does not include game. Red Dead Redemption 2 sold separately


 No.46617

>>46613

It’s written in the small print at the bottom of the box


 No.46618

>>46604

The Inferno

The Dragonfire

The Ghost Light

The Battlefield

The Mindwarp

The Planet of the Spiders

The Robot

The Planet of Evil

The Planet of Fire


 No.46619

>>46618

I almost wrote The Ghost Light as the Night Light.


 No.46620

>>46604

The Empress of Mars


 No.46621

I don't think I'd ever seen Todd Howard speak before this E3. I was floored both by his silly little voice and his unrelenting charisma. It was a bizarre experience seeing an E3 presenter that is actually capable of public speaking.


 No.46622

t. nilsos sometimes

t. nilsos sometimes

t. nilsos sometimes

shitpost


 No.46623

>>46604

Edge of Destructions

Any Troughton story

Time Warrior

Android Invasion

Brain of Morbius

Seeds of Doom

Hand of Fear

Invisible Enemy

Creature from the Pit

Awakening

Twin Dilemma

Mark of the Rani

Greatest Show in the Galaxy


 No.46624

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>46621

He's indeed legit good at public speaking, PR, etc., which is why it's all the more confusing BS' actual PR guy is a complete hack.


 No.46625

>it's cheaper to buy nintendo switch joycon from amazon's US store and pay shipping to australia than it is to buy them outright from EB Games in Australia

what the fuck?


 No.46626

>>46625

Nilswitch


 No.46627

Reminder to buy all your doctor who merch on amazon before July 1 because new online GST rules will apply and amazon US will refuse to sell to australians since they can't be fucked complying


 No.46628

Could it be that Chloe finally exposed Chris because he was announced to host DW panel? She didn't want bright future of television to be associated with him.


 No.46629

File: 0bd6eef1bdd56f5⋯.jpg (123.81 KB, 739x1024, 739:1024, unnamed.jpg)

File: e6e5863fe873359⋯.jpg (93 KB, 739x1024, 739:1024, unnamed (1).jpg)

File: 0fb45a8f8b17d01⋯.jpg (100.21 KB, 739x1024, 739:1024, unnamed (2).jpg)

Paul Cornell has finally revealed the details on the fact he did actually try and do more NewWho after S3 but…it didn't happen. Here is why. Here are those stories.

>So, for many years I didn't talk at all about having had other opportunities, after 'The Family of Blood', to work on televised Doctor Who. But the truth is, I did have, and the willingness of other writers, like Jamie Mathieson, to now start talking about their unmade episodes has made me think I should do the same. I'm pretty certain no harm can be caused by it now, not to my own ego (because I don't feel I've failed in what I've done since), but, more importantly, not to others.

>I want to offer some context first, and make a request. I can imagine the tweets that might be generated by this piece, from people who enjoy my work, along the lines of 'to think we could have had- ' and, even worse, 'instead of -!' I would be very hurt to see anything like that, because it rather denies my identity as a professional (that is to say, I knew the risks), and I'm only writing this piece because I feel I can do it without hurting any of my fellow writers, or the showrunners involved. After this piece, you'll have in your head a vision of some Who stories made with the perfect performances, lines and special effects that only your imagination can provide. What wasn't made will always win over what was actually made in contests like this, and that's extremely unfair, because what wasn't made doesn't have to get on the playing field with harsh reality. I wasn't ill-treated, picked on or unfairly squeezed out. I had my shot, a few of them in fact, and it didn't work out. That's entirely my own fault. Please don't moan on my behalf.

>When Steven Moffat took over as showrunner of Doctor Who, he immediately indicated to me that he'd like me to submit a script. (Russell, at his enormous, and self-funded, leaving party had kindly told me that he'd have had me back also.) We'd always talked casually about an adaptation of my New Adventure novel Love and War, but, if we did that again at this point, the chat swiftly moved on to me adapting instead my Doctor Who short story 'The Hopes and Fears of All the Years' (the link takes you to the complete story), which had been published by The Daily Telegraph for Christmas 2007. In that story, a little boy is visited by the Tenth Doctor every Christmas, because the Doctor knows he will, during one Christmas, save the boy's life. It charts the life story of the boy, then the man, through regular visits on the same day.

>Of course, it couldn't be set at Christmas, because I wasn't going to get the Christmas special, so we chose the boy's birthday. I set about working on a script for Matt Smith's first season. After many different titles, it settled into being known as 'Fear Itself'. It was always going to be about the Doctor witnessing a person's whole life through visiting them on the same day, their birthday, every year, in order to protect them from something. The nature of that threat, though, kept changing. I never found one that truly satisfied everyone. And that, along with the cost of depicting the changing life circumstances of the boy (this was a script that included two World Wars, each for one scene), was what I think finally sank it. Here are a few pages from draft six, the last I have in my files, which, I think, give a feeling of what it was about.

[pics related]


 No.46630

File: 7da30159e90068a⋯.jpg (98.47 KB, 960x960, 1:1, 4521661-1246115380-c7otZ.jpg)

>I'm startled, now I see those again, that I called the boy Tom. The script got as far as meetings about casting, with some big names being discussed for the part of the older Tom. I remember that I'd been told to sideline Amy Pond, who at this point in the season was recovering from something inside the TARDIS, allowing the Doctor to spend a day or so of his time appearing at every birthday in Tom's life, and letting whoever would be cast as Amy have a week off. (I think that whole storyline may have been set aside, or might have something to do with what became the episode 'Amy's Choice'.)

>But then, suddenly, everything cooled, and I got a phone call telling me my story had been shelved for this season, and would instead be part of Matt Smith's second year. In the run up to that production year, I waited to hear, started to fear the worst, and went on a miserable holiday where I kept falling off boats into Scottish lochs. I cut short the holiday because I was getting too tense, and finally got a call telling me the production office had decided not to move forward with the script. (Here's where I have to again say this is all fair enough. If I'd wanted to get it made, I should have worked harder, made it better. The production office aren't responsible for me falling off boats.)

>During that summer, I heard (and you're never going to know how I heard) that one element of the story was going to show up in televised Doctor Who, in Matt Smith's first Christmas special, 'A Christmas Carol'. It ends up being quite a minor part of the show, but it's definitely there. The Doctor visits a small boy every Christmas. The production office had paid for my script, indeed they'd been quite generous, so it's entirely ethical that a story can be used for spare parts like this. Indeed, I was quite fortunate on this occasion to have been paid. How many times has televised Who, after all, consciously or unconsciously, stripped the New Adventures for plot details? Still, I was quite angry at the time. (Prospective writers reading this: this is the kind of thing that's going to happen to you. If it doesn't appeal, other careers are available.)

>I still like 'Fear Itself'. It's the one complete Who story idea I've had that I feel I haven't been able to fully tell. But I don't feel I could pitch it as a novel or something, not right now. I think it's the one I'll leave until I'm old and want to tie everything up with a bow.

>At the time, I felt that I'd had my chance to be a Who television writer, long term, and I'd blown it. (I still feel that a little, but it doesn't trouble me nearly so much.) But then, a few years later, I got to have another go.

>Caroline was driving, and I was in the passenger seat, when I got an email from my then TV agent, saying that a Doctor Who script editor wanted to get in touch. This turned out to be the wonderful Derek Ritchie. He and fellow incoming Script Editor Richard Cookson had been tasked with finding writers for Peter Capaldi's first season, and he'd decided to reach out to me. He was going to be accompanying a friend to Fantasycon, and maybe we could meet up?

>Needless to say, I spent Fantasycon both enjoying Derek's company and making sure he had the best possible time. He wasn't there in his official capacity, just helping out an author friend who had a book out. I liked him a lot. He invited me along to a pitch session, to which I was to bring a page or so of one paragraph ideas.

>I went along to a meeting with Steven and several other execs, to which I pitched, I think, three things. There was something about 1920s aviators meeting creatures who lived in the clouds. One idea was about a community of vampires living peacefully in London, and involved Clara getting turned into one. (I'd been very impressed with Jenna Coleman in the previous season.) Steven in these meetings is something to behold, taking onboard what's offered and immediately replying with your idea turned inside-out, having had three better plot beats bolted on. I was told to develop the vampire thing further, but with the Doctor as the vampire, in a sort of inverse 'Human Nature', going with the idea that this was to be a Doctor who couldn't quite be trusted. Also, we persisted with, yet again, the idea of adapting Love and War as a two-parter. Steven mentioned, however, that I'd have to stay clear of things bursting out of graves, because, I think, he already knew how that first Capaldi season was going to end.


 No.46631

File: 8c23f018c1c8926⋯.jpg (9.68 KB, 200x274, 100:137, Issue03_Cornell_200x274.jpg)

>Needless to say, none of the plots were selected to be made into episodes, but I now felt a hell of a lot better about Doctor Who, that I'd now given it a proper shot. And everyone was very kind about the ideas. A while later, I was asked to try a few more plots, and came up with one, 'Pride and Prejudice and Daleks', set in the Land of Fiction, that I was told was rather close to a script being planned by another writer, so they paid me for my ideas in case they wanted to use them. (See how much better things had become? I feel free to mention this one now because I'm pretty sure that other writer's script isn't now going to be made.)

>And that's the whole story. It feels good to be reminded that it ended for me on an upbeat, and it feels good to have it all in the open. Steven and I have never talked about any of the above, because as far as either of us are concerned, there's nothing to talk about. We both did our jobs. I'm glad I was able to repay Derek's kindness a couple of years later, when, at Gallifrey One, I got him a long sit-down with Terrance Dicks.

>Along the way, I did meet an Executive Producer, Caro Skinner, who I liked a lot, and who I was going to work with on another Doctor Who project that didn't end up being made, an entire series, in fact, that got very close to production. But that's a story for the next time I want to lure new readers to my newsletter!


 No.46632

>>46629

That actually sounds like fun.


 No.46633

>>46627

Will this affect steam?


 No.46634

>>46631

>'Pride and Prejudice and Daleks', set in the Land of Fiction

The fact this did not get made is proof we live in the failed timeline


 No.46635

File: 45d21d3c49756f6⋯.png (712.31 KB, 768x1024, 3:4, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.46636

>>46633

I believe it will - the australian goverment is going to force online retailers to apply GST to online transactions, because brick and mortar stores straight up can't compete and for some reason they think this is a valid solution


 No.46637

>>46635

CIA edit when


 No.46638

>>46629

What to say about Fear Itself? The ways A Christmas Carol and Amy's storyline in general resemble it? The way the script was literally used and paid for for elements of A Christmas Carol? A story that germinated in 2007. What more can be said about the Cornell/Moffat relationship now? What can be said about the fact Cornell explicitly stated he thinks he'll write it when he's very old - that he'll write another Doctor Who story in future?

What about the Doctor-as-a-vampire-trying-turn-Clara-into-one-in-series-8 idea? What about the many attempts to turn Cornell's VNA Love and War into an episode of NewWho? Or that another Capaldi era writer was treading close to Land of Fiction territory in an episode that never got made?

And what the fuck does Cornell mean by this:

>Along the way, I did meet an Executive Producer, Caro Skinner, who I liked a lot, and who I was going to work with on another Doctor Who project that didn't end up being made, an entire series, in fact, that got very close to production. But that's a story for the next time I want to lure new readers to my newsletter!


 No.46639

>>46630

Why does he think the Amy-lite was Amy’s Choice, which has her name in the title, and not the Lodger?


 No.46640

>>46639

I have no idea. It was clearly The Lodger.


 No.46641

>>46638

Wonder if this spinoff-that-never-was (or its cancellation) has any connection to Caro's erasure from Doctor Who by The Moffinator.


 No.46642

>>46634

>19th century qt's sitting around discussing Mr Darcy's upcoming social gathering

>three of the sisters say how much they'll enjoy it

>"What thinks you, Lady Thelos?"

>A Dalek with a wig bursts into the room through the wall ala Spike Milligan and screams "IT WILL BE MOST SATISFACTORY, MASTER DARCY'S SOCIAL GATHERINGS ARE THE HEIGHT OF FASHION"


 No.46643

>>46641

Ooh, that's probably much closer to the truth than my idea, that it was part of the rumoured shadow series in 2016 from another showrunner.


 No.46644

What's the bet the Cornell/Caro project that got canned was the "inevitable" Paternoster spinoff?


 No.46645

>>46644

Low, I'd say, I don't think Moffat would have handed them off to Cornell just like that.


 No.46646

File: 543001ee907fb31⋯.png (1.28 MB, 750x1334, 375:667, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.46647

>>46638

Moffat didn’t steal the idea from Cornell, Cornell stole it from the Girl in the Fireplace and Moffat just reuses all his ideas over and over again until we’re sick of them


 No.46648

>>46645

What are your guesses?


 No.46649

>>46615

>i have a mate that traded in all his 3ds games for vbucks

Absolute madman


 No.46650

>>46647

Speak for yourself you useless RTDfag


 No.46651

>>46650

t. Assblasted cornell


 No.46652

>>46651

Go back to TARDISposting and Twitch


 No.46653

>>46652

>anti twitch

gee i wonder who could be behind this post


 No.46654

caul pornell


 No.46655

>>46652

Of course twitch hating anon is part of the Muppet Defence Squad


 No.46656

Sometimes I think Cats is secretly an RTDfag falseflagging to make Moffat fans look bad.


 No.46657

Enough. The police have been called.


 No.46658

>>46653

You tell me.


 No.46659

>>46630

>How many times has televised Who, after all, consciously or unconsciously, stripped the New Adventures for plot details?

Lozfags BTFO


 No.46660

>>46657

You mean the Moffat Defense Force?


 No.46661

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

A reactor Giga can enjoy


 No.46662

>>46661

>Liam Catterson in the comments

He's fucking everywhere


 No.46663

>>46662

He's top pleb


 No.46665

Flag options now available. Thanks to "Anon".


 No.46666

Ingiga, are you still watching the S4 chrono cut?

>>46174

AD anon I was talking to yesterday, ep3 is winning me over a bit more, I don't think the Lindsay doing Trump stuff was great, but I'm enjoying what's being done with George Michael. The GOB stuff too, I'm hoping it's building to something epic with Tony. I know it's fucked to say considering Arnett was in a bad state with alcohol when filming the season, but his bloated, shitty appearance also goes really well with where his character is at.

The one S4 carryover thing I'm super disappointed with is the fucking greenscreening. I guess Portia couldn't make the days everyone else could? All her screens are so S4 style greenscreened together with the rest of the cast. At least the rest of the cast could get together.

I laughed out loud at George Michael saying I haven't seen my Darth since I hit him! without him realising. That reminds me, Tobias acting out a negative impression of Michael feels like a really logical place to go from S4 and I love it.

Oh, that timeline weirdness you were talking about…when the fuck does the Buster end tag from S4 happen? It's hilarious how 3 eps into S5 it hasn't even technically reached the end of S4 yet. I kind of like the dramatic irony of that though.

The god's laughter conversation was fucking kino.

>>46659

On BF's FB page, someone asked if they could use any elements from VNAs. BF didn't reply, but IIRC someone reacted with a laughing emoji.


 No.46667

Dr Who


 No.46668

We control /doctorwho/


 No.46669

How do you do flags again?


 No.46670

>>46669

show post options at the bottom of your reply window


 No.46671

>>46670

refreshed and it popped up, nvm


 No.46672

>>46665

BASED CLOI THANK YOU


 No.46673

>>46665

Also don't know if you noticed but I just added ones for McCoy and Hartnell.


 No.46674

File: 0910e8beaf17ece⋯.gif (989.91 KB, 500x288, 125:72, giphy (3).gif)

>>46629

>monsters come out of the kids body

cornell is a weeb


 No.46675

>>46673

I'll add them in a jiffy!


 No.46676

What happened to discussing the episodes that are airing in the twitch steam?


 No.46677

>>46673

Did you do a priest collar or a t.nilso?


 No.46678

>>46676

>RTDfag flair

>Twitch

Need I say any more?


 No.46679

>>46676

Stream became less popular in general


 No.46680

>that boomer who can't work out how to do flags


 No.46681

>>46676

We do that sometimes. I usually post in the thread about anything that strikes me as interesting or amusing during a classic serial in the marathon.


 No.46682

>>46678

What are you getting at?


 No.46683

>>46682

There's a correlation.


 No.46684

>not changing your flag with every post to make it look like there are more people in the conversation than there truly are


 No.46685

File: 4bf5e73ab3b5c37⋯.png (9.56 KB, 870x185, 174:37, fuck you.png)

>>46680

when I asked the question the option literally wasn't available you fucking scrotum


 No.46686

>>46684

>not using no flag so people can recognise you


 No.46687

test


 No.46688

>>46685

>being this unnecessarily butthurt


 No.46689

^


 No.46690

v


 No.46691

>>46689

That's supposed to be pointing to the flag, not thissing the butthurt


 No.46692

<


 No.46693

nilsos so gay lol


 No.46694


 No.46695

File: 9aa593b657a27aa⋯.jpg (39.77 KB, 551x566, 551:566, snap.jpg)

>>46693

>the flags now make it triple obvious when cats is posting


 No.46697

>>46695

I'm not Cats and this is the second flag I've put on.


 No.46698

>>46666

>when the fuck does the Buster end tag from S4 happen?

I could just be forgetting since I've only seen it once and need to rewatch to truly absorb everything, but I think it might have been retconned. S4 ended with him getting arrested, and S5 starts with him hiding in the attic and later inadvertently turning himself in. You could perhaps make a case that buster somehow managed to escape the police, or the initial arrest was temporary and he was let out free - I think the buster being arrested picture in the intro is from the S4 ending so it's not like they're outright trying to erase it from existence but it's a bit of a messy blank spot

Similar thing with maeby - S4 ends with her handcuffed and caught by undercover cop richter, but S5 starts with her free, trying to destroy the evidence and laying low. Again you could make a case that she managed to escape getting handcuffed and ran away without getting caught but I don't recall the first episode addressing it


 No.46699

File: df840c60e6e92a4⋯.jpg (88.3 KB, 910x621, 910:621, hams.JPG)

>yes and you call them flags despite the fact they obviously icons


 No.46700

*snap*

yep, there goes the thin line tethering nilso to his heterosexuality


 No.46701

Doctor Who is comfortable in its formulaic approach, in a way I wish I could be


 No.46702

nilsos tradgay


 No.46703

Cute!


 No.46704

>tfw you get banned from /sp/ for saying you don't see the appeal in soccer


 No.46705

File: 3a8623794e7efab⋯.gif (429.56 KB, 500x220, 25:11, tumblr_inline_mror6nDvnM1q….gif)


 No.46706

>>46704

>tfw I thought Gally and me were the only americans left.

I prefer indoor soccer, it's much faster paced and you don't get players catching the vapors and seemingly fainting and diving on the feild.


 No.46707

spilso


 No.46708

>>46707

sevlso


 No.46709

>>46706

we call it soccer in australia too


 No.46710

>>46708

dr who is dilso


 No.46711

is the designated gay flag jodie or sixie?


 No.46712

>>46711

nope, moffchad


 No.46713

>>46711

I would have thought RTD was the more logical option of the currently available ones


 No.46714

>>46711

GlitterGun flag when?


 No.46715

>>46711

>>46713

>>46714

Why not just a Nilso flag to represent homosexuality?


 No.46716

Padre collar flag when?


 No.46717

>>46709

Oh, that's right. My bad. I guess it is just me and Gally ):


 No.46722

File: d78a925bcc80895⋯.jpg (98.22 KB, 600x600, 1:1, 1467375765110.jpg)


 No.46723

>>46722

Please don't use my images and filenames. Thanks.


 No.46724

>>46722

>implying voice over can't be kino when used properly


 No.46725

And now the story of a /tv/ general that lost everything, and the one Nilsoid who had no choice but to keep it all together.


 No.46726

>>46725

goddamn fucking right


 No.46727

File: 022d189a1f97c93⋯.jpg (48.61 KB, 750x750, 1:1, 1529123509222.jpg)

>whaddya mean the trailers today?


 No.46728

File: f3c60ead445cc41⋯.jpg (6.75 KB, 200x200, 1:1, drashigs.jpg)


 No.46729

>>46630

>How many times has televised Who, after all, consciously or unconsciously, stripped the New Adventures for plot details?

THAT-ONE-ANON BTFO


 No.46730

>>46727

Stop this


 No.46731

>>46728

When I ctrl+f Shit Trips 2.5 for "drashig", there are 13 results.


 No.46732

The Drashigs should unironically come back in NuWho, but they have to be puppets again.


 No.46733

>>46732

Get WETA to do it.


 No.46734

>>46631

>blowing your last shot at writing for TV Who with Land of Fiction fanwank

lmao

>I was going to work with on another Doctor Who project that didn't end up being made, an entire series, in fact, that got very close to production

cucked by P.Ness?


 No.46735

>>46731

How many nilsos?


 No.46736


 No.46737

File: 4c012890aad4550⋯.jpg (144.95 KB, 600x600, 1:1, 1467375765111.jpg)

>>46723

(USER WAS CLOISTERED FOR THIS POST)

 No.46739

>>46737

brave


 No.46740

>>46735

20

>>46736

Man I'd love one of those drashig toy puppets


 No.46741

>>46666

I've fallen behind and am only on episode 4.


 No.46742

>>46741

Giga.


 No.46743

https://twitter.com/Lawrence_Miles/status/1007685666073870339

>(This criticism of Adams isn't a small thing, by the way. As a teenager in the '80s, you watched famine, neglect, and politicised murder every night on the news. Then you read "Hitch-Hiker" and… yes, it was funny, but… the *real* issue in the universe was having to queue…?)

Did he miss the part where Earth got destroyed by Vogons all for a hyperspace bypass? Getting mad at Adams because he didn't write about war crimes is such a bizarre misreading of his books.


 No.46744

You either die an obscure monster no one gives a shit about (macra) or you live to see yourself in a Planet of the “ ” story by Briggs Finish (ogrons/drashigs)


 No.46745

>>46744

But the Macra showed up in NuWho while neither the Ogrons nor the Drashigs have.


 No.46746

>>46743

I thought this was odd too. Like, clearly Larry knows Adams is joking but I guess he also just takes it as an earnest sign as to the things Adams feared/loathed most.


 No.46747

>>46745

To be honest, I’d forgotten about that


 No.46748

File: 40a5af0c3e510a1⋯.png (564.22 KB, 600x600, 1:1, edf6_doctor_who_tardis_tra….png)


 No.46749

>>46394

I remember Jack Graham for gloating about getting blocked by Neil Gaiman on Twitter. And considering that Gaiman's also a leftist, it made Graham look weird. Like if other leftists think you're annoying enough to block, surely you should be reassessing yourself instead of going "Oh, those silly plebs! They aren't leftist enough like me, Jack Graham!"


 No.46750

File: 866c5470db11190⋯.png (36.81 KB, 300x100, 3:1, rreh.png)


 No.46751

Are we as a general slowly collectively manifesting Nilso as a tulpa?


 No.46752

stenk


 No.46753

>>46750

actually, unequivocally t. nilso


 No.46754

>>46753

Nilso would be writing his shit trip not making pictures


 No.46755

File: f19bd7ef8b364dd⋯.png (385.08 KB, 600x384, 25:16, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.46756

>>46755

Those Sun runes look like a man doing karate lol


 No.46757

>>46755

big boy


 No.46758

>>46751

>slowly


 No.46759

File: fbf7ea3db9e5fbb⋯.jpg (55.63 KB, 720x304, 45:19, Df0nQZAUcAEr5vQ.jpg)

based sylv


 No.46760

Holy kek how did Hurwitz get away with BTFOing Solo


 No.46761

>>46752

what did he mean by this


 No.46762

>>46761

Stenk is genuinely underrated


 No.46763

>>46760

Ron Howard's a solid professional and a good sport


 No.46764

File: 5194f56849f3b4f⋯.png (382.38 KB, 1054x742, 527:371, 9c2a38240436b2b1c97396fe96….png)


 No.46765

File: 3b8604c7970feeb⋯.jpg (41.97 KB, 500x395, 100:79, theabomination.jpg)

BREAKING NEWS: Christel Dee to replace Chris Hardwick as host for SDCC Doctor Who panel


 No.46766

>>46765

lel can you fucking imagine


 No.46767


 No.46768

File: d7cd6a97c1701ee⋯.jpg (188.8 KB, 1241x1619, 1241:1619, christel2.jpg)


 No.46769

>>46763

Absolutely based. I'm liking how they're doing the father/son stuff with that family too.


 No.46770

>>46767

This person has a point desu. Capaldi is as good a logical conclusion to male Doctors as one can realistically hope for.


 No.46771

streamo joino


 No.46772

>>46770

>>46767

this but instead of ending male doctors the character should end entirely since it will literally never be as good as capaldi and it's all downhill from here


 No.46773

Nilsoids in the stream


 No.46774

>>46763

Opie's a pretty cool guy. I haven't seen Solo, thankfully, but his resume is pretty great. I much prefer Clint Howard though.

>>46765

>Hardwick or Christel Dee

Is this what hell is like?


 No.46775

File: afbb7c331b38a9c⋯.png (294.97 KB, 301x490, 43:70, 1529063878495.png)

>im not in the stream!


 No.46776

>>46775

boring meme


 No.46777

>>46772

Jodie is already better than Capaldi


 No.46778

File: 6799cee575c6367⋯.png (4.25 KB, 350x104, 175:52, 1467375765113.png)

>>46776

neo absolutely btfo


 No.46779

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

 No.46780

>>46604

The Rose


 No.46781

File: aedffc74c0ff5a7⋯.jpg (18.58 KB, 582x94, 291:47, Neo.jpg)


 No.46782

Neo. What do you think of the rumors that the Snyder cut of Justice League will be at SDCC?


 No.46783

>>46782

No chance, and I think the Snyder Cut (especially if it was hypothetically released before at least 2030) is a poisoned chalice anyway, as it'd still be tainted by Geoff John's massive changes to Terrio's script, and by the fact the movie still wouldn't be the fucking planned Justice League movie him and Terrio had laid out. It'd be an interesting artefact and I'd love to see it, but it wouldn't be the sequel to BvS as envisioned. I think the Snyder Cut would be very bad for Snyder's career and fandom at this point honestly, so I'm hoping it's not released anytime soon, though I'm very supportive of the community that wants it released on principle.


 No.46784

>>46783

>supportive of a community that makes Bronies look normal

Neo…


 No.46785

>>46783

It certainly wouldn't be as kino as BvS but it'd be a nice trinket. I'd love them to release his original scripts and ideas someday. Even as a comic


 No.46786

>>46784

t. Whovian with no sense of irony.


 No.46787

dacter…………. hoo, exactly?


 No.46788

>>46785

That's my preferred idea too, and I think it's legit possible. MOS/BVS/JL1/JL2/a fifth movie were Snyder's big plan; I'd love a special comic run to eventually do at least JL1/JL2/movie5, although a ground up doing of the whole saga would be based too. Storyboards were done for the original JL1 so, who knows, maybe one day. I really do think the Fountainhead is 10000% the perfect project for him right now so I'm very keen on that, but when the dust has settled a bit more, I hope he looks into doing something with his old DCEU ideas. He certainly knows there are people extremely passionate about them at least.

You know what really fucks me off though is the original soundtrack for JL as is, which had contributions from Zimmer and had tonnes of work done by Junkie XL doing the actual composing, it fucking exists and we don't get to hear it. ahgrhgrhgrghrgrgr. I know it will leak one day but it could legitimately be a decade away. Or more. Fuck me.


 No.46789

doctoo


 No.46790

>>46786

Enjoying BBV movies is more respectable than enjoying BvS.


 No.46791

>>46790

I don't know I could say the same. Are we talking ironic enjoyment or the unironic variety? And what does that say about me either way?


 No.46792

with the nilsquad


 No.46793

File: 0e3650ae1730d6e⋯.png (13.41 KB, 774x209, 774:209, 1467375765110.png)


 No.46794

>>46778

>Gally displaying his privileged heteronormative nomenclature.

Disgusting desu.


 No.46795

File: 4c012890aad4550⋯.jpg (144.95 KB, 600x600, 1:1, 1467375765111.jpg)


 No.46796

>>46793

This is honestly the sole genuinely witty BTFO of Neo anyone has ever pulled.


 No.46797

>>46795

Awww you know I <3 u bb.


 No.46798

so is cheetah pulling the long con or has he had a stroke


 No.46799

File: 74b008384006956⋯.png (458.95 KB, 600x600, 1:1, h.png)

>>46795

Please don't use my images and filenames, thanks.


 No.46800

File: f05aa8f95ca790a⋯.png (412.19 KB, 5000x5000, 1:1, f05.png)

hmm


 No.46801

>>46798

>not understanding Cheetah's extremely put-on sense of humour


 No.46802

>>46800

Please don't use Nilso's images and filenames, thanks.


 No.46803

File: c96f1b3e5578fd2⋯.gif (482.6 KB, 500x275, 20:11, 9slapshams.gif)


 No.46804

It was like being gagged.


 No.46805

File: 9edd08f4ef418ea⋯.jpg (17.55 KB, 338x435, 338:435, 1529081340387.jpg)


 No.46806

>>46805

Opinions on the competitive Smash Bros scene?


 No.46807

>>46806

I know very little about Smash Bros. I played it with friends on the Gamecube sometimes back in the day.


 No.46808

>>46807

>with friends

Fucking casual. I bet you kept items turned on.


 No.46809

>>46807

I'm also certain a casual like you would have played on a stage other than the three tourney-approved ones we have.


 No.46810

>>46806

Seems autistic but deep and fun once you're in it.

I am a competitive Pokémon player, so I don't feel like I can give them too much shit.

I hugely enjoy Smash Bros casually though.


 No.46811

File: ca6739e519f00a6⋯.jpg (7.61 KB, 397x62, 397:62, cringe.jpg)


 No.46812

File: 15bb184928d45ab⋯.png (365.19 KB, 640x480, 4:3, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.46813

File: ac87f1f5efecdda⋯.png (356.5 KB, 640x480, 4:3, ClipboardImage.png)

alternative


 No.46814

File: 481af4c1b361918⋯.jpg (4.11 KB, 202x250, 101:125, 1446306348452.jpg)

>>46811

I thought you knew Giga was a "foot fan"?


 No.46815

porn caulnell


 No.46816


 No.46817

File: ff20fc72e8238a6⋯.gif (428.44 KB, 500x275, 20:11, 1391547676887.gif)

tfw the tenth doctor is gone forever :(


 No.46818

>>46817

ANOVWL


 No.46819

>>46817

BF is here lad


 No.46820

File: 09cf75a85f514f5⋯.gif (448.45 KB, 500x275, 20:11, 1365129892537.gif)

>>46818

he's back and he's sad because of what you just said


 No.46821

Wouldn’t surprise me if there are Waluigi supporters who are bigots. It’s a dumb meme and who pushes dumb memes? 16 year old white boys from [insert unsavory online population here]. Think of that kid in Charlottesville who who stripped off his shirt at the protests going “it’s just a joke!!” That’s the kind of person who pushes the Waluigi meme down everyone’s throats.


 No.46822

File: b9849e7a06dd5b3⋯.gif (478.3 KB, 500x275, 20:11, 1390931105157.gif)

>>46819

not for everyone


 No.46823

I can't decide whether I like or hate the idea of Chibnall bringing back Tennant.


 No.46824

File: 75329f7f8a26432⋯.gif (480.44 KB, 500x275, 20:11, 1389947671788.gif)


 No.46825

>>46823

I would love a two Doctors story with either Tennant or Smith in Jodie's second or third series.. but not both at the same time


 No.46826

File: 6e513539ae10918⋯.png (206.91 KB, 636x300, 53:25, 1520270824003.png)

>>46823

i want him to bring back Eccleston unironically


 No.46827

>>46823

>>46826

>>46825

I hope we'll never get a multi Doctor with Jodie and any of the classics, it'll put a stain on them


 No.46828

Neo Hates The Last Jedi For Exactly The Same Reasons He Loves Hell Bent… And Why That's A Good Thing!


 No.46829


 No.46830

>>46829

I don't really believe that. I was baiting.


 No.46831

>>46828

They subverted his expectations?


 No.46832

Do you agree that the opening 15 minutes of Dark Water can stand shoulder to the shoulder with the best material in the history of the medium of television?


 No.46833

>>46832

Not really, no.


 No.46834


 No.46835

>>46832

No, Clara's manipulation of the Doctor comes out of completely nowhere, Danny's death is nothing more than plot convenience, and "it was all a dream!!!" is absolutely the stupidest, most audience-insulting non-resolution for that manipulation subplot possible.


 No.46836

>>46832

For that year, sure. Capaldi Who is literary in a way better than the vast majority of TV sure.


 No.46837

Bad news everyone. Nilsos face is tired


 No.46838

>>46832

Frankly, I don't trust anyone who doesn't agree with that.


 No.46839

>>46836

>For that year, sure.

That's quite a different sample range to "the history of the medium". Did you mean "no".


 No.46840

>>46839

Do I think the first 15min of Dark Water is representative of the Capaldi era which I think is a legit high achievement in television, yes. But I don't think you can divorce the strengths of the Capaldi era into little 15min segments. So much of the strength of the S8 finale comes from bits of fucking Robot of Sherwood. I can't believe I'm the one saying this but I don't think you can judge it just by episodes.


 No.46841

>>46840

Oh that makes more sense. But I think we can actually highlight a short segment, provided we talk about it in context (e.g. the reason a specific scene is some of the best material is because of all the work done to get us there beforehand).


 No.46842

Neo swatting Nilso in the stream


 No.46843

>>46841

Sure. I'd be more inclined to point towards the formalist achievements in Heaven Sent though, just cause that's a much easier case to argue on its own merits. I think it's tricky in general because I think the Capaldi era is entirely 100% built on the past of the show in a way other eras haven't been, so explaining what makes it so great requires a lot of framing in the way that makes "these 15mins are the best thing ever!" doesn't really get at.


 No.46844

NilSWAT


 No.46845


 No.46846

File: 95bba90d046dca0⋯.webm (716.93 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, OH MY.webm)

>>46845

>Jenny Who's feet


 No.46847

File: a7b185dd12543ff⋯.jpg (121.14 KB, 600x600, 1:1, nilso.jpg)

Stocks are running out, lads.


 No.46848

Neo, how are you doing?


 No.46849

>>46848

We're all in the sleem, GI.


 No.46850


 No.46851

A Shit Trips 2.5 announcement!

Shit Trips 2.5 is achingly close to release. The clock is ticking. As the most dashing of the anthology's 2 editors, I feel uniquely qualified to tell you we're absolutely ready to "dash" it off.

However, two folks still have unfinished stories they'd like to submit. Two folks - if your stories are finished before this Friday, great, we'll release ST2.5 that very day you submit! If not, one way or another, ST2.5 is finally going to release this Friday, then when you finish your stories, we can edit them into the anthology, George Lucas Special Edition style!

We're very excited for Shit Trips 2.5 to release, whether this Friday, or even earlier.

Love, the editor that wasn't too lazy to make this announcement post,

Neo


 No.46852

A Shit Trips 2.5 announcement!

Shit Trips 2.5 is achingly close to release. The clock is ticking. As the most dashing of the anthology's 2 editors, I feel uniquely qualified to tell you we're absolutely ready to "dash" it off.

However, two folks still have unfinished stories they'd like to submit. Two folks - if your stories are finished before this Friday, great, we'll release ST2.5 that very day you submit! If not, one way or another, ST2.5 is finally going to release this Friday, then when you finish your stories, we can edit them into the anthology, George Lucas Special Edition style!

We're very excited for Shit Trips 2.5 to release, whether this Friday, or even earlier.

Love, the editor that wasn't too lazy to make this announcement post,

Gallifrey_Immigrant


 No.46853

File: 716c9c14befc04e⋯.jpg (105.75 KB, 475x420, 95:84, 2nilso.jpg)


 No.46854

We're listening to Death and the Queen, that apparently good Tennant BF audio, in stream in a mo


 No.46855

>>46854

Just started. cytube/r/casualwhostream


 No.46856

What would you put forward as the best 10-15 minutes in the history of the new series?

Probably the ending to The Waters of Mars for me.


 No.46857

>>46854

Its the best of the set.


 No.46858

>>46856

That bit in Bells of St John where the Doctors on the moped


 No.46859

File: 277422a13ba7269⋯.jpg (365.08 KB, 960x1200, 4:5, thing.jpg)

Dice rollRolled 2 + 2 (1d2)

*watches classic who on 1.5x speed*


 No.46860

>>46854

I remember listening to it while trying to sleep besides a girl I just made out with

I'm not even kiding, I forgot about her since we only saw each other a couple of times afterwards


 No.46861

>>46856

1. Ending of Heaven Sent

2. Ending of Listen

3. Ending of The Pandorica Opens


 No.46862

A Shit Trips 2.5 announcement!

Shit Trips 2.5 is achingly close to release. The clock is ticking. As some dude who just went through a Target with a Chihuahua, I feel uniquely qualified to tell you "thank god this announcement came because it means I can write a parody post" it off.

However, two folks still have unfinished stories they'd like to submit. Two folks - if your stories are finished before this Friday, great, they'll release ST2.5 that very day you submit! If not, one way or another, ST2.5 is finally going to release this Friday, then when you finish your stories, we can edit them into the anthology, Zack Snyder Ultimate Edition style!

We're very excited for Shit Trips 2.5 to release, whether this Friday, or even earlier.

Love, the guy who wrote wayy too many stories in this anthology(like seriously wtf),

t.Nacho


 No.46863

A Shit Trips 2.5 announcement!

Shit Trips 2.5 is achingly close to release. The clock is ticking. As some dude who just went through a Target with a Chihuahua, I feel uniquely qualified to tell you "thank god this announcement came because it means I can write a parody post" it off.

However, two folks still have unfinished stories they'd like to submit. Two folks - if your stories are finished before this Friday, great, they'll release ST2.5 that very day you submit! If not, one way or another, ST2.5 is finally going to release this Friday, then when you finish your stories, we can edit them into the anthology, Zack Snyder Ultimate Edition style!

We're very excited for Shit Trips 2.5 to release, whether this Friday, or even earlier.

Yours, someone who had absolutely nothing to do with the project

Feline_Guy


 No.46864

Source just dropped some news.

Turns out that the character of Ryan is actually the step-son of Graham.

Sontarans are absolutely confirmed.

Series finale set on Earth.

You SEE the old TARDIS exterior shift from old to new, the old dematerializes and rematerializes as the new prop, Jodie is alone for this scene and it's at the end of episode 1.

Tosin Cole (Ryan) is absent for episode 7.


 No.46866

>>46864

Other news :

Two Sontarans colonels are called Dohn-Altruhmp and Tayray-Samey

The Doctor calls xerself "a warrior of social justice"

Slavery centred episode after which Graham decides to spend more time with his wife's black son


 No.46867

File: 8de78097cb6a06e⋯.jpg (109.88 KB, 800x787, 800:787, IMG-20180613-WA0000.jpg)

what is the Doctor Who equivalent of this image?


 No.46868

>>46867

That scene from the end of the day of the doctor where its 3 incarnations of the doctor alone with clara


 No.46869

File: 14a137067a976ad⋯.png (1.3 MB, 791x808, 791:808, dr who equiv.png)


 No.46871

Added 2, 4, 5 and 9 flags in the other thread >>46865 >>46870


 No.46872

www.youtube.com/watch?v=CPmeUGuix00


 No.46873

A Shit !

Shit is achingly close to release. The clock is ticking. As the most dashing of the anthology's 2 shitters, I feel uniquely qualified to tell you we're absolutely ready to "shit" it off.

However, two folks still have unfinished shit they'd like to submit. Two folks - if your shits are finished before this Friday, great, we'll release Shit

that very day you submit! If not, one way or another, Shit is finally going to release this Friday, then when you finish your shits, we can shit them into the anthology, George Lucas Special Shit style!

We're very excited for Shit to release, whether this Friday, or even earlier.


 No.46874

File: e5a07f3a435b698⋯.jpg (149.12 KB, 858x720, 143:120, 20180614_213310.jpg)


 No.46875

About to put on Kinda in the stream


 No.46876

Is Doctor Who about hope?


 No.46877

>>46876

It's about death, like Capaldi says.


 No.46878

>>46876

I dont think you can really say Doctor Who is about any one thing. It's far too big for that I think. But 'hope' is certainly not a bad try I think


 No.46879

>>46877

I still dont fully understand what Capaldi was saying with that. he linked it to regeneration, but is it relevant to the rest of Doctor Who?


 No.46880

>>46879

Well I suppose it is in the sense that each iteration of the main character comes with a time limit which you're always aware of while watching the show, so it is constantly present.


 No.46881

TIMELINE ERROR

THERE IS A TIMELINE ERROR


 No.46882

>>46880

>Human beings are born dying. Your life spans are hilarious. You know, from the minute you slop out, you're rotting. Decaying.

From at least some point in the JNT years, and again in the Tennant years, regeneration crystallised as the foundational concept behind the show. Everyone is aware they're watching a show and a casting of a lead character rushing towards expiration. Every time. I think the connections towards people's actual lives are pretty logical.


 No.46883

i'm so FUCKING PISSED OFF WHY CAN'T I DRAW


 No.46884

>>46882

Unusual time for you, Neo


 No.46885

>>46883

Practice practice practice.


 No.46886

>>46884

Yeah I should get back to sleep.


 No.46887

I'm beginning to think Kinda's success as a story lies not so much in its good plot (although it really is good), but more in its cast actually having the ability to act


 No.46888

>>46887

It is directed much better than most non Caves episodes of that era.


 No.46889

>>46885

But I wanna be good now :(


 No.46890

>>46882

I think regeneration is a cheat though because it offers immediate renewal and the fantasy of it being the same character. It would be more accurate to say the show is about change and loss.

It's only about death when it consciously decides to be. 99% of the deaths that have happened in Doctor Who, on or off-screen, have been mere decoration, thrown away with little more than lip service paid.


 No.46891

People I respect like Moff preferring Snakedance to Kinda baffles me no end. Snakedance is the Cradle of the Snake of TV Who.


 No.46892

>>46887

I think Simon Rouse's performance as Hindle elevates Kinda greatly.


 No.46893

>>46889

I know the feeling, and that feeling has probably snuffed out an unimaginable amount of human potential.

You have to be able to allow yourself to produce something shit first, and then begin refining it.


 No.46894

>>46892

His cliffhanger was exactly what inspired me to make that post, actually.


 No.46895

>>46890

This is treading closer to some maligned views of regeneration, but I think the operative word there is "fantasy". It's not the same character. I don't think it's a coincidence RTD, being what he is, nailed that in The End of Time, and I don't think it's a coincidence the fandom has so thoroughly rejected that viewpoint even for all the strength of the scene it's communicated in. Even when Doctors are brought back "post death", it's not really them. David Tennant did not perform the Tenth Doctor in The Day of the Doctor. He performed a new character based off the Tenth Doctor and attitudes towards the Tenth Doctor that had evolved over the years since 2009.


 No.46896

Why are the Romanas typically referred to with numerals (i.e. Romana II), whereas we would typically referred to Troughton as the 'second Doctor'?


 No.46897

>>46895

Great post.


 No.46898

>>46895

>the operative word there is "fantasy". It's not the same character.

True but within the roleplay of the show, this fact matters no more than the TARDIS not being real. As long as the viewer can imagine that the essence of Tennant still exists within Smith, or that Capaldi occasionally reminisces about when he was Colin Baker, then the death of the character is not truly felt.


 No.46899

>>46895

Neo, a new fic was added to the drive, called Vats Of Urine. (the Japanese quotation marks in the title are important to keep.)

Also, could we chat in the sleem again? One quick question I have.

>>46896

Force of habit. But I notice that regens of other Time Lords besides the Doctor are sometimes expected to be closer carbon-copies of the originals than the Doctor's regens have been.


 No.46900

>>46898

I would suggest you can apply that same principle to death in real life as well.


 No.46901

>>46893

My shittiness makes me not want to practice, but if I want to not be shitty, I have to practice, but my shittiness makes me not want to practice.


 No.46902

Temporary Secretary is unironically a good song.


 No.46903

Nyssa's absence in Davison stories always depresses me


 No.46904

>>46903

t.Nilso


 No.46905

Something I really love about regeneration is how it works as a literal version of ego death, especially when so many regenerations are entered into at least somewhat wilfully. It's only one more layer of abstraction to go from "1 and 11 are the same person" to, well, something beyond that. I think regeneration, in a way, encourages viewing one's ego as more transient than integral, and to look towards a more general sense of shared unity and connectivity. That's easily undercut by certain attitudes towards regeneration and the character, but it's something I appreciate personally. This all makes me yearn for a version of The Doctor Falls where 12 tried with all his might to not regenerate and 13 forced her way through anyway, but, alas, one too many suicide for Moffat I suppose.


 No.46906

>>46905

You might like this fic of mine: https://archiveofourown.org/works/11518785/chapters/25852467 . Especially the second chapter.


 No.46907

What would /who/ want to see in a brand-new minisode?


 No.46908

>>46907

McGann.


 No.46909

File: d484af11ac9a3ba⋯.png (1.63 MB, 1390x1640, 139:164, ClipboardImage.png)

Who do you vote for, /who/?


 No.46910

>>46909

Scandal


 No.46911

>>46909

Brunt.


 No.46912

>>46909

Big Crimson


 No.46913

>>46907

Missy's reaction to 13 being a woman.

"och, Im flattered!"

"dont be daft Missy, I didnt do it because of you!"

"you keep on telling yerself that."


 No.46914

>>46913

>"Och, I'm flattered!"

>""dont be daft Miss–"

>" But you're TOO LATE"

>Missy pulls out flaming chakrams


 No.46915

>>46914

I cant believe its been like a year since TDF. that episode was amazing. I miss Missy a lot desu. Cant wait for her BF stuff. Alex Kingston and Michelle Gomez could have fantastic chemistry I think


 No.46916

>>46913

"Doctor, I'm not amused."

"Wha? Who- oh roight…"

"That's not how this works and you know it; you leave Gallifrey, I leave Gallifrey; you stay on Earth, I stay on Earth; You become young and strong again, I become strong again."

"We're in a post-Evil Missy world. You could be anything now, you could even be…"

Missy blasts Ryan to ashes.

"Your worst nightmare, Doctor."

*beat*

"Toodles!" Missy says, skipping away swinging an umbrella with a question mark shaped handle.


 No.46917

Oh Nilso…. you came and you gave without flaking,

But I sent you Ben-gay,

Oh Giga, you kissed me and stopped me from something,

And I… uh oh..


 No.46918

File: 4c00c27738e4c51⋯.jpg (227.79 KB, 900x1200, 3:4, 1529197000027.jpg)

would she make a good doctor, /who/?


 No.46919

File: 39961328d2baf94⋯.jpg (63.86 KB, 720x637, 720:637, ptjct4xtje411.jpg)

Kinda and Nilso release a new video


 No.46920


 No.46921


 No.46922

>>46918

I'd google her dad's history, if you know what I mean.


 No.46923

>>46811

>giga's a footfag

what the fuck?


 No.46924

File: e1b3439c6e00a68⋯.png (41.29 KB, 940x300, 47:15, 1529179501787.png)

doctor who equivalent?


 No.46925

File: e649208fee003d7⋯.jpg (696.27 KB, 600x599, 600:599, they are gonna get you mat….jpg)

Have you been buying your Briggs Finish through legal means?


 No.46926

File: 3c1fddbf820a2b6⋯.png (178.85 KB, 186x507, 62:169, We Love RTD.png)

>>46925

of course I have


 No.46927

File: b17f87f0ca9324c⋯.jpg (32.74 KB, 468x406, 234:203, article-1340647-0C8E972000….jpg)

>COUNTRY ROADS


 No.46928

Imagine a Doctor with thighs


 No.46929

Is 'Harvest of Time' any good? I really like Pertwee and Delgado, and I've heard there's a lot of interactions between them two


 No.46930

Thoughts on Sleep no More? Thoughts on Sleeping no more?


 No.46931

File: 8f538ac7e648ac2⋯.jpg (136.1 KB, 756x1200, 63:100, 2.jpg)

Anyone have a link to where I can watch the Highlanders? Eldoctorio on Youtube's has been blocked and he doesn't have it up on Dailymotion.


 No.46932

dotd novel spoilers

what the actual fuck this stuff with Kate and the Brig is so sad

Also

>"[Queen Elizabeth] didn't like being numbered, and I sympathise entirely."

kek


 No.46933

>>46932

I like how Moffat gets into the Doctor's head so perfectly. And the joke about chapter Nine being missing is hilarious to me


 No.46934

>>46273

I like the idea that Captain Jack fucked Oscar Wilde and accidentally inspired the most famous immortal hedonist ever


 No.46935

File: 2ab7ae2fb20f87a⋯.png (1.82 MB, 1280x960, 4:3, ClipboardImage.png)

thoughts?


 No.46936

>>46935

I think they're both shitty human beings, the girl needs therapy and the guy needs to fuck offerino


 No.46937

>>46935

Arthur and Moffat awkwardly standing off to the side is how it should be


 No.46938

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.46939

>>46935

Pretty cool guy, shut your fucking mouth, meh, blinding rage, blinding rage to a slightly lesser extent, a cute, Rory, scottish SHEEP hybrid.


 No.46940

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>oh, I look like a douchebag

what did he mean by this?


 No.46941

>>46940

Had a small epiphany one might hope.


 No.46942

>>46940

>won't some willing young lady accept my seed?

>prolonged discussion about the fact he masturbates

yikes

dykstra's claims about him being sex obsessed definitely have merit


 No.46943

>>46929

Alastair Reynolds is a legit sci-fi writer and not someone who built his entire career on Doctor Who, so I'd expect it to be good.


 No.46944

File: 0170bbc566b0dc1⋯.jpg (429.9 KB, 720x1280, 9:16, Screenshot_20180617-014038.jpg)

just downloaded 'harvest of time' from the book mega. Is the spaceship supposed to look like a giant cock?


 No.46945

>>46943

Ah, like what happened with Vincent and the Doctor. apparently Richard Curtis didnt understand the Doctor's M.O. at all, and hadnt really watched he show enough before to get it.


 No.46946

>>46945

But the Eleventh Doctor was good in that ep.


 No.46947

>>46946

Yeah, there were a lot of rewrites. Moffat told Curtis to sit at the readthroughs for some of series 5, to understand the show, and the character better


 No.46948

>>46943

>Alastair Reynolds is a legit sci-fi writer

>he thinks this is a good thing

Hola Soyeddit


 No.46949

>>46948

Read some Doctor Who books published after 2005 and then you'll tell me about the average level of writers.


 No.46950

Thoughts on competitive doctor who?


 No.46951

>>46949

Read any hard sci fi book ever and then you'll tell me about the average level of writers.


 No.46952

Hard sci-fi is to sci-fi as competitive gaming is to playing video games.


 No.46953

File: 835a9c2493e5dbc⋯.jpg (52.88 KB, 478x318, 239:159, laughing dr whos.jpg)


 No.46954

why would you get into competitive gaming instead of just playing physical sport?


 No.46955

>>46954

Does that question really need answering? Picture the average gamer.


 No.46956

Why would you do something you’re interested in over something you’re not?


 No.46957

>>46956

Why would you be interested in a competitive team dynamic specifically in video games and not in real life?


 No.46958

>>46955

I refuse to believe that the reason is solely fitness-based, surely it can't be that superficial


 No.46959

>>46957

isn't the competitive team dynamic in real life either way?


 No.46960

>>46957

Gamers are too unfit to play sports but they still need some competitive activity to unleash their toxic masculinity.


 No.46961

>tfw every first person shooter has been tainted by the 'competitive team dynamic'

Why do gamers ruin everything?


 No.46962

>>46961

this actually genuinely bothers me

why the fuck does every online game need "seasons" now, for fucks sake


 No.46963

>>46961

i'm so pissed that valve did this to tf2, it's like the antithesis of what tf2 should be


 No.46964

File: 46a42bd10d437b0⋯.png (89.8 KB, 645x729, 215:243, 1505838797308.png)

>esports are sports!!!!


 No.46965

Is it that hard to comprehend that there are people out there that prefer video games to sports? You wouldn’t ask why professional lawyers don’t just get into professional sports instead


 No.46966

File: 493176420ddef4b⋯.png (1.99 MB, 1600x1066, 800:533, 1_2Li0FP9eFcdXMNog22-kkw.png)

>i don't play to have fun, i play to WIN!


 No.46967

>>46965

unbelievably shitty false equivalence

>I like sports

fine

>I don't like sports

fine

>I like video games

fine

>I like video games that are structured like competitive sports but I don't like competitive sports

absolutely retarded


 No.46968

>>46866

the Doctor should unironically call herself a "social justice warrior" in one of her speeches in series 11

let's get the inevitable political correctness freakout over with as soon as we can in one go, instead of letting it simmer on and on

besides, it's basically true


 No.46969

File: c61933469b56f41⋯.png (106.21 KB, 800x750, 16:15, 1523514363476.png)

>it's not just a game!


 No.46970

the fact that e-sports are not only thing, but a valid career where people earn millions of dollars for playing a video game the best - while the developers are barely on liveable wages and have high pressure unhealthy work environments - shows that capitalism does not work


 No.46971

>>46970

this but gamedevs deserve to be poor


 No.46972


 No.46973

nilsos a gamedev

thats why hes working class and hates minorities


 No.46974

File: 2607e44530a9dd8⋯.jpg (53.92 KB, 600x450, 4:3, 1524908823504.jpg)

Why are the only high-profile e-sports team based and attract people with aggressive un-sportsmanly attitudes? where's the e-sport equivalent of figure skating?


 No.46975

>>46974

Tonya Harding?


 No.46976

>>46967

Fair enough, I don’t actually know anything about competitive games


 No.46977

>>46975

I completely misread that. Disregard the ramblings of an old man please.


 No.46978

>>46975

she doesn't count


 No.46979

>>46974

>where's the e-sport equivalent of figure skating?

When gaming is less dominated by toxic masculinity we might get one. Perhaps in speedrunning because it's not team based, or dancing/music games.


 No.46980

Nilso just set a new speedrun record for going to the shops. They were about to close and he was all out of pretzel pieces and soy milk.


 No.46981

Doctor Who equivalent of toxic femininity?


 No.46982

>>46981

what's the definition of toxic femininity?

I would define it as how some women have a culture where they act so vain and hostile to each other - enforcing a culture where you aren't allowed to wear the same thing twice or act two-faced and talk shit about someone behind their back when they think you're their friend


 No.46983

Toxic femininity is a thing but it's been discussed for a lot longer than toxic masculinity with similarly little done to remedy it.


 No.46984

civilisation's fucked, make the best of the current situation rather than trying and failing to fix it


 No.46985

>>46984

And conservatives say the left has a weak cuck attitude


 No.46986

>>46951

I have. Fuck off and go read some Gary Russell and Mike Tucker if you think they're better than actual sci-fi writers.


 No.46987

>>46944

Yeah, the book ties in with The Spy Who Shagged me


 No.46988

File: 5013a8ea6d8a7d2⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 1.75 MB, 1014x1521, 2:3, 1526464485386.png)


 No.46989

>>46847

>Fopp was part of HMV all along

Why are monopolies allowed?


 No.46990

>>46925

Yes sir, I queued up outside hmv since 6 o'clock to buy in person


 No.46991

Would you place competitive gamers above or below people who read doctor who comics?


 No.46992

File: 2273d981935f06a⋯.jpg (63.6 KB, 640x391, 640:391, PA-319998131-640x391.jpg)

lol.


 No.46993

>>46992

Could also be interpreted as Doctor Who fans' average dick length per series.


 No.46994

Doctor Who is a culturally Marxist psy-op to get people comfortable with the idea of parent figures changing every few years. It's meant to destroy positive associations with nuclear families and encourage viewing family as transient and arbitrary, and loyalty to a brand (ie the TARDIS) as paramount.


 No.46995

>>46993

I just think it's funny how Capaldi fans have to resort to acting like they're intellectually superior to the (much more prevalent) fans of earlier Doctors in some weird compensating move. The earlier Doctors spoke to a mass audience. He did not. Jodie probably will. He'll just remain a sad little blip in the ratings, a failed experiment showing why the show fails when it regresses.


 No.46996

>>46993

nobody who watches doctor who has an 8 inch dick


 No.46997

>>46909

Rictor and Mortis


 No.46998

>>46996

>inch

It’s clearly using metres and YES, it is accurate


 No.46999

>>46991

Below


 No.47000

>>46909

What is this?


 No.47001

I just think it's funny how Hillary supporters have to resort to acting like they're intellectually superior to the (much more prevalent) supporters of Donald Trump in some weird compensating move. Donald Trump spoke to a mass audience. Hillary did not. Barron probably will. Hillary’ll just remain a sad little blip in the electoral system, a failed experiment showing why America fails when it regresses.


 No.47002

Can I be 100% honest?

I feel light. Free. Like a great burden has been lifted away from me.

I watched this E3 conference live. I was there for Todd's sweet, sweet lies. I was being pulled into his web. Because it was Fallout, and that was one of my favourite game series.

And then I saw the little animation they made advertising the fact that you could use missile silos. To nuke places. Over and over. No biggie, it's just the thing that turned the Fallout world into a living hell. Let's use it willy-nilly to grief players.

At that moment, I had something of an epiphany.

The Fallout series I once loved… Is dead.

It has been dead for a good long while now.

This "Fallout" series may share the same name, but that's about all it shares with the old Fallouts.

And at that moment, I realized I didn't care what Todd was doing to Fallout anymore. Fallout as I knew it was dead. The world had moved on.

TL;DR: Fallout is dead; Long live the Fallout.


 No.47003

File: f73d91c4c0c737c⋯.jpg (68.62 KB, 864x879, 288:293, 1490870598340.jpg)




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