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File: ca9e775422899bc⋯.jpg (309.62 KB, 2048x1152, 16:9, DifV1ZLX4AAWkOv.jpg large.jpg)

 No.65807

Doctor Lewd edition

"I've never heard of so many fart noises on set." - Jodie

cancelled: >>65058

 No.65813

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.65817

>>65813

>>65812

Much better.


 No.65818

File: d8f0f99e808536d⋯.png (2.26 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Doctor Who_ Series 11 Trai….png)

RED VERSION OF THE SHIRT CONFIRMED


 No.65819

>>65813

HYPE AS FUCK LADS


 No.65820

>>65813

K I N O


 No.65823

File: 513787f6610ff11⋯.gif (8.61 MB, 728x910, 4:5, wink.gif)

>>65813

I'm gonna make some sfm porn using her "ahs" as moans :)


 No.65824

No monsters in the trailer

Neo was right!


 No.65825

>>65813

>many grunts and screams

What did Chibnall mean by this?


 No.65826

>>65818

DOCTOR RACISM

I'M W H O

Uh, you don't get to bring slaves.

The flightplan I just filed with the BBC lists me, my friends, Yas here, but only one of you.

FIRST ONE TO TALK GETS TO STAY IN MY WRITER'S ROOM. WHO PAID YOU TO RUIN DOCTOR WHO?

<*BANG*

HE DIDN'T WRITE SO GOOD.


 No.65827

File: 52ae23051b551da⋯.jpg (103.66 KB, 500x333, 500:333, baby-saiga-antelope-calf-p….jpg)


 No.65828

File: 6541a6392f96315⋯.jpg (101.99 KB, 900x1200, 3:4, sonic.jpg)

Belle is getting this for christmas


 No.65829

>>65822

>Rose 2


 No.65830

>>65827

Cute!


 No.65831

File: 6e59df45738bb24⋯.png (6.2 MB, 3840x2160, 16:9, jodie cia.png)


 No.65832

>>65831

top kek


 No.65833

>>65831

BASED


 No.65834

>>65818

WHY ARE THEY STANDING LIKE THIS


 No.65835

>>65813

Comes across like she has aspergers.

I'm warming to her


 No.65836


 No.65837

>>65834

really? obviously they're about to battle racism. it's a battle stance


 No.65838

File: 12fc61532d6c8c5⋯.png (1.36 MB, 837x837, 1:1, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.65839

Who would the #DoctorWho team cosplay as?

Jodie Whittaker: SLOTH. Goonies.

@TosinCole Batman.

@MandipGill: Wonder woman. Chris Chibnall: Tom Baker.

@MattStrevens1: Austin Powers


 No.65840

File: ad97d3e4d2e285a⋯.png (746.15 KB, 577x570, 577:570, dr who.png)


 No.65841

File: eb7b4d2aa443065⋯.jpg (61.54 KB, 501x468, 167:156, s11.JPG)


 No.65843

>>65834

The Doctor is asking if you would be friends with her, but conversely, uh, you don't get to bring friends.


 No.65844

If Jodie could bring and back to work on Doctor Who.. she said David Tennant.

Tosin: Yeah, David Tennant.

#SDCC #DoctorWho #doctorwhoSDCC #SDCC2018


 No.65845

>>65840

>whitewashing


 No.65846

File: df95047d93502e8⋯.jpg (256.7 KB, 1080x1080, 1:1, DifLPIPWsAAJVP0.jpg orig.jpg)

uh


 No.65847

>>65846

post it again i dare you


 No.65848

>>65838

What the fuck is this?


 No.65849

File: 3ae8b17345f01c8⋯.png (2.13 MB, 1080x1080, 1:1, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.65850

File: 2a1c4544136746e⋯.jpg (153.81 KB, 900x1200, 3:4, Difdyo2XUAMkPoq.jpg)


 No.65851

>>65850

harry potter shit


 No.65852

File: 24fcc5e9cf153f7⋯.png (1003.95 KB, 867x1200, 289:400, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.65853

I can't be rollin in my caddy with no deel-do.


 No.65854

>>65828

>>65850

Uhhhh

So what IS the truth?


 No.65855

>>65852

They made it look even more like a dildo


 No.65856

>Jodie would cosplay as Sloth from Goonies

She is officially based.


 No.65857

>>65852

Yep. That's a dildo.


 No.65858

File: 9d7711d64c5414a⋯.png (918.26 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, punished bradders.png)


 No.65859

>>65858

wtf is on his head?


 No.65860

>>65859

it looks like he's at war or something


 No.65861

File: 74b59325755535f⋯.png (50.11 KB, 688x258, 8:3, Screen Shot 2018-07-19 at ….png)

reddit discord handling the trailer well


 No.65862

>>65850

>>65852

This is hideous. It's like they tried to translate the RTD coral aesthetic to a screwdriver but fucked it up


 No.65863

>>65856

>>65839

Almost there with the braces, ya?

>>65828

A bit smaller than she's used to.


 No.65864

>>65861

fuckity bye


 No.65865

I WANNA SEE THE TARDIS INTERIOR REEEEE


 No.65866

File: 39d59595b9f554f⋯.jpg (332.06 KB, 1200x1200, 1:1, Difec-aXkAAsg3W.jpg)

dildo


 No.65867

>>65865

Same unironically reeeeeeee


 No.65868

>>65866

looks like a Briggs Finish cover


 No.65869

>>65866

If 13 wears her hood like this at any point, I would forgive Chibnall everything.


 No.65870

>>65868

it's by the same guy


 No.65871

>Q: What were you most excited to face of the monsters?

>Mandip: I literally just wanted to be chased by a monster - turns out you're looking at tennis balls on tripods.

CG LADS

WE /CG/ NOW

COMPUTER

GRAPHICS


 No.65872

>>65866

I hope she wears the hood a lot


 No.65873

File: dc0f786b1cbaf93⋯.jpg (354.02 KB, 1247x1247, 1:1, 1532028990542.jpg)


 No.65874

>>65871

Lazarus Experiment confirmed


 No.65875

File: 4fbb15c06baefc0⋯.jpg (338.95 KB, 1247x1247, 1:1, dc0f786b1cbaf937800ef335ba….jpg)


 No.65876

File: 39d59595b9f554f⋯.jpg (332.06 KB, 1200x1200, 1:1, 39d59595b9f554f79c992a6413….jpg)


 No.65877

File: 4fbb15c06baefc0⋯.jpg (338.95 KB, 1247x1247, 1:1, dc0f786b1cbaf937800ef335ba….jpg)

File: 39d59595b9f554f⋯.jpg (332.06 KB, 1200x1200, 1:1, 39d59595b9f554f79c992a6413….jpg)


 No.65878

>>65838

Why does she already look like shes ready for briggs finish?


 No.65879

>>65871

That kinda upsets me. Practical effects are better for Who, i think.


 No.65880

>>65879

practical effects are impractical


 No.65881

>>65877

The trailer looks pretty good but how have they managed to make so much of the other promo material so shit?

Also why the fuck are these being reposted so may times?


 No.65882

>>65879

I'd agree. CG on a DW budget is a terrifying prospect.


 No.65883

Chris Chibnall wrote previous episodes of Doctor Who and Torchwood but he won't bring any of his stuff from the past (a few Easter eggs) but he wants it to be for brand new fans to watch for the first time. #SDCC #DoctorWho #doctorwhoSDCC #SDCC2018


 No.65884

>The same two images get reposted 90 times: the thread


 No.65885

>>65871

Let's hope they don't skimp on it.


 No.65886

File: 6c5cba91222f8d3⋯.jpg (21.17 KB, 570x321, 190:107, sad.jpg)

>>65883

>no sex gas

>no cyberwomen


 No.65887

File: c22bb5cb1afefe1⋯.jpg (72.94 KB, 934x617, 934:617, drcia.JPG)

Uhhh, you don't get to bring new best friends.


 No.65888


 No.65889

File: a4ece60fdb7c8fb⋯.jpg (140.61 KB, 1200x900, 4:3, chibs and a dude.jpg)

Why does Chibnall consistently seem so bored/upset? Is it just his natural expression?


 No.65890

>Chris Chibnall said we need a pillar of hope especially now. Jodie as the Doctor is that. #SDCC #DoctorWho #doctorwhoSDCC #SDCC2018

The entire ideology that produces this sentiment is irretrievably warped. He is selling a product, and we all pretend along with him that an imaginary character can bring us "hope" when in reality the most it can do to save us from our lives is briefly drown out the screaming void. Our global culture is infantilised and our world is fucked.

Now watch as this 'pillar of hope' proceeds to go on anodyne adventures and fail to engage with any of the things that cause us real despair, or even attempt to change the world in any way.


 No.65891

>>65888

>Following the lead of JJ Abrams

So, pretending you're using practical effects in order to win over boomer fans, but actually using more CGI than ever before?

Everything JJ shoots looks like television, so I guess it sort of makes sense


 No.65892

>>65890

hoodie


 No.65893

>>65890

what?


 No.65894

>>65889

resting chib face


 No.65895

>>65883

I was entirely expecting s11 to feature no previous elements, but if Kate doesn't show up in the Chibnall era I'll be very upset


 No.65896

"I love my job. Happy to be on board. Something new for me, looking forward to the journey. MOM I'M GONNA BE ON TV MOM YAYYY" - @TosinCole on his role in #DoctorWho #SDCC


 No.65897

File: 3ef3390462b525e⋯.png (381.95 KB, 420x420, 1:1, 845179fe31919eb1de7dec1ddd….png)


 No.65898

>>65890

Based as always. Moff fell into this too. RTD was self-aware.


 No.65899

>>65890

Yes

>>65895

Especially as her and 13 look the same


 No.65900

>>65890

Ok. The problem with this philosophy is that the opposite is "never make anything hopeful ever". Also:

> go on anodyne adventures and fail to engage with any of the things that cause us real despair

And if the show tackles deeper themes with a hopeful edge, what will you say then?


 No.65901

>>65900

Not grimdark enough.


 No.65902

File: cf14f9901fc0058⋯.png (799.31 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Doctor Who Series 11 Trail….png)

File: e49c383b1fe4d02⋯.png (1.08 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Doctor Who Series 11 Trail….png)

File: 0ee0b5974ccdaf3⋯.png (1.16 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Doctor Who Series 11 Trail….png)

File: 7b4282ae6bbaa76⋯.png (771.96 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Doctor Who Series 11 Trail….png)

File: bb22b3876c42b10⋯.png (1.06 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Doctor Who Series 11 Trail….png)

>Following the lead of JJ Abrams


 No.65903

>>65889

Inappropriate affect. It could be the result of inbreeding, or maybe he's just autistic.


 No.65904

>>65902

Too cinematic. Go back. Go back.


 No.65905

>>65903

>maybe he's just autistic

he's a doctor who writer, what do you expect?


 No.65906

>>65902

Fucking disgusting

Are they seriously making the entire show have black bars at the top and bottom? Why? Because it's (((cinematic))) ?


 No.65907

>>65906

This is such a stupid thing to do for television.


 No.65908

No daleks this season?


 No.65909

>>65908

The Daleks are in S11 - Death to the Daleks.


 No.65910

>>65908

all new monsters


 No.65911

>>65908

We can only hope.


 No.65912

>>65908

i heard there was some leak that there is


 No.65913

Jodies accent is making my dick diamonds


 No.65914

>>65907

inb4 it's a marketing thing to make us all buy 17:9 tvs


 No.65915

>>65906

I quite like the aspect ratio tb h, but those lens flares are a bit over the top. Hopefully they just happened to use lots of flarey shots for the trailer and it won't be like that all the time.


 No.65916

File: 5a7675fa8dd7698⋯.jpg (119.44 KB, 967x642, 967:642, DifiynWXcAEoa_2.jpg)


 No.65917

File: 025c6b8e22f0c40⋯.jpg (7.74 KB, 480x360, 4:3, hqdefault-3.jpg)


 No.65918

File: c61e1cc9f8d3653⋯.jpg (117.69 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Doctor Who_ Series 11 Trai….jpg)

>>65902

I will level with you. My first thought on seeing the teaser was "wow it looks great". But the more I notice these JJisms the more I start to think it looks like dreadfully bland shit.

Still like this shot of Bradders though.


 No.65919

>>65890

Keep waiting for an alien to show up in a magic phone box. That's the kind of hope we need.


 No.65920

>>65916

is this real


 No.65921

>>65920

Looks like a quick photohshop job by a fan.


 No.65922

>>65852

Is that a Cyberman's cock?


 No.65923

>>65861

Are you really desperate enough to stir drama by using the most hated member of the Reddit Discord as an example for the Discord as a whole? Fucking pathetic.


 No.65924

>>65852

The quality of this looks really poor. I mean, that seam is just egregious as well as the button


 No.65925


 No.65926

>>65925

I didn't know about the 10th Doctor's suits and 11th Doctor's bow-ties thing. I only thought the 9th Doctor had that quirk.


 No.65927

>>65925

that never happened with 10 and 11 though


 No.65928

File: d586c3d34cd790e⋯.jpg (116.47 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Doctor Who_ Series 11 Trai….jpg)

like this one too

>>65927

It's basically an urban legend that fans repeat a lot but doesn't actually hold up to scrutiny.


 No.65929

>>65926

Hold up a second, I'd heard of 10 and 11's things, but I had no clue it was the same for 9


 No.65930

>>65852

So it's actually supposed to look like an ugly thing made from scraps right? She'll prolly make it in the first episode.

I just feel sorry for the merch team.

Hopefully in the next series we get an actual sonic.


 No.65931

>>65925

Except is't that the wrong way round? Red's supposed to be for the future. I think they did do that with the RTD time vortex, but not sure about the bow tie thing.


 No.65932

File: d82d5c52a0466e4⋯.png (124.89 KB, 2048x1357, 2048:1357, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.65933

>>65931

What will she wear in the "present" ?


 No.65934

>>65933

No shirt.


 No.65935

>>65813

THIS IS THE WATER

AND THIS IS THE WELL


 No.65936

>>65934

I wish


 No.65937

Chris Chibnall looks like a penguin


 No.65938

Oh god, The incels were right, this IS going to suck ass. That grunt, that run, "best friends" instead of companions….They blew it up didnt they, god damn them, god damn them all to hell!


 No.65939

File: ff51923945bf8ee⋯.png (237.88 KB, 633x850, 633:850, 1490218669922.png)


 No.65940

>>65934

And it's about time.

#sexpositivity

#freetheboob


 No.65941

File: e9329dd5852a038⋯.jpg (281.25 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Doctor Who_ Series 11 Trai….jpg)

>>65935

July 16, 1945

White Sands, New Mexico

5:29 AM (MWT)


 No.65942

>New times

What did she mean by this?


 No.65943

>>65942

New world

New times

Mutation

Feels alright


 No.65944

File: b2ae5dd84d1bfb2⋯.jpg (238.18 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Doctor Who_ Series 11 Trai….jpg)

Thoughts on this colour grading?


 No.65945

File: d937838ab2092fe⋯.jpg (860.76 KB, 1000x1290, 100:129, 1453564221263.jpg)

>>65813

But where is my free space??


 No.65946

>>65944

slavery movie grading


 No.65947

>>65944

im hard


 No.65948

>>65902

I really hope the bars aren't in the actual episodes. Also, everything is orange. It's like the mirror universe Talalay.


 No.65949

She looks much better in capaldi's outfit


 No.65950

merica is orange


 No.65951

>>65950

Something's orange, that's for sure.


 No.65953


 No.65954

The teaser and the trailer look so different tonally.


 No.65955

disappointed that the extreeeeeeeemis (or however you say the shit name) person hasn't uploaded a trailer reaction yet tbqh


 No.65956

File: e6cf34dde6a60e0⋯.jpg (94.74 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Doctor Who_ Series 11 Trai….jpg)


 No.65957

How many different episodes does it look like the trailer's showing?


 No.65958

>>65957

three


 No.65959

>>65957

at least 3


 No.65960

>>65956

This episode looks VNA level dark. I wonder if Graham gets the shock of his life.


 No.65961

Well, /who/'s dead. I guess that's it for new info for another month.


 No.65962


 No.65963

Anyone else still primally scared that we're about to watch Doctor Who devolve into done-for-its-own-sake vapid capeshit?


 No.65964

>>65963

I'm always worried when a new era of the show starts. I'll wait for at least episode one before I start complaining in earnest, though. Not many of NuWho's trailers have been that great.


 No.65965

>>65963

We've survived worse.


 No.65966

>>65964

What more did you expect from the trailer? Jodie to have a VO saying "Don't worry, Doctor Who's not devolving into done-for-its-own-sake vapid capeshit!"


 No.65967

>>65966

Doctor Who was done for the sake of itself since JNT got on board.


 No.65968

>>65813

Pretty hype.


 No.65969

>>65967

Not once Cartmell arrived and since


 No.65970

>>65969

The fact that RTD explicitly wanted to revive the Doctor Who brand as opposed to making a new IP means it was done for the sake of itself.


 No.65971

>>65966

>>65963

>done-for-its-own-sake vapid capeshit

what did he mean by this


 No.65972

I think there is a very real possibility that NuWho enters an era where it essentially becomes the successful version of the JNT era - just as empty of reason and repetitive of meaningless clichés as, say, Timelash or Warriors of the Deep, except sugar coated with good production values, good acting, and the occasional gesture at meaning, so people actually put up with it and superficially feel it's a good show that deserves their attention. Essentially losing all its real charm to turn into empty popcorn material.


 No.65973

>>65971

Well I was just quoting >>65963


 No.65974

>>65972

If Doctor Who deserves to get cancelled, it will get cancelled, just as it did before, and to be honest, it probably eventually should. We've made it through one decade on the air, but I doubt we'll make it another.


 No.65975

>>65972

There are people who genuinely enjoy JNT era though. I can see why you think like this, but don't you think it's up to people to decide what has genuine Doctor Who charm and what doesn't?


 No.65976

>>65974

Reminder that wilderness years are the best years. Looking forward to it.


 No.65977

The trailer looks like Disney Wars.


 No.65978

>>65972

>>65975

Yeah, actually the JNT era plus good acting and good production values sounds… pretty good.


 No.65979

Why hasn't this thread been stickied yet?


 No.65980

>>65976

Considering how entrenched briggs finish is now, if we get another wilderness period, it's not gonna be the same.


 No.65981

>>65963

I rather liked the characterkino of Capaldi's years. But the more I think about it, the more I realize that 13's era can't be like what came before. Not to be a real new start. Plus, Chibnall wants to make the show popular TV again. That requires distancing a bit from the past.

Also, 13 being a lighter, optimistic Doctor, who is really just looking for friends, is actually a logical step from 12's era. It's the prize that Twelve gave to his future self, to justify the pain and loss he went through.

I suspect that Twelve's era will be the less popular part of NuWho, sandwiched between the popular Eleven era and the surprisingly-resurgent-in-popularity Thirteen era. In some ways, that was meant to be.

Twelve was, even when he started, sort of the chance for the Doctor to finish coming to terms with the Time War. Eleven was the one who stopped the war, and a lot of people at the time expected Twelve to be more optimistic and exuberant because the War was over. But Twelve wasn't. He was brusque, and grumpy. Moreover, he wasn't sure of himself. He was finding out who he was, trying to figure out his place. Even after he decided "I'm an idiot", he still tested his boundaries with his actions in Heaven Sent, and questioning his effect on Clara. Twelve was often very self-aware about his role as the Doctor (i.e., his fourth-wall breaking, "the Doctor is not here right now!", "Why do I have a tea cup? I'm the Doctor. Just accept it. "), but self-aware means still preoccupied. He was always aware of the burden, even if it was just in ignoring the burden. In some ways, he doesn't really fully understand, and come to terms with being, the Doctor until his "where I stand" speech in Doctor Falls.

In some ways, Twelve was just the preparatory stage to becoming Thirteen. Even though Eleven ended the Time War, the Doctor couldn't become a truly optimistic traveller until he had time to process that change in the status quo, to figure out who he was after the tragedy that defined him was no longer there. Now that the Doctor dealt with that as Twelve, she can go onto new adventures, openly looking for people, instead of being closed off. (Thirteen seems to openly ask for friends, whereas Twelve's TV companions were either already there post-regen, foisted on him by River, nearly got mind-wiped, or was Missy.)

A lighter Series 11 might be worrying, and will probably overshadow 12's era. If this works as Chibnall hopes, and the audience flocks, Capaldi's era will probably (erroneously) be known as the "not-so-good era with the unfortunate writing that wasted Capaldi", or, just "the lesser-known era". But that's ok. Twelve's era was the necessary stepping stone to Thirteen's, and I'm proud to have seen it.

Twelfth Doctor, I let you go.


 No.65982

>>65978

>once we've gotten through Peter Davison, we get Colin Baker with production values

I can live with that.


 No.65983

File: 3334a821ea7c8c7⋯.png (323.12 KB, 839x639, 839:639, fuck offerino davison.png)


 No.65984

>>65981

unironically kino post


 No.65985

>>65978

>>65982

Do you think these things were the main problem with Colin's run? If anything Colin actually gets some pretty nice production design in his stories (especially Trial) and his acting is the only redeemable aspect of Twin Dilemma.

I would much rather upgrade the scripts than the budget.


 No.65986

>>65985

No, but the sheer bombastic stupidity of the Colin era with modern production values would be something to see, at least.


 No.65987

>>65984

Thank you. Any other thoughts?

I guess that post is sort of the culminations on my feelings about this changeover to 13's era. The popular opinions on 12's era feels like the natural culmination on how it was treated, and how it was taken.


 No.65988

>>65985

Colin era writing was pretty bad but that's only two seasons out of nine, the rest all had some great scripts.


 No.65989

Season 24 is so fucking weird.


 No.65990

>>65985

It's probably controversial af but I think Colin got a fair share of good stories: Vengeance on Varos, Revelation of the Daleks and parts of Trial are all alright, Colin is good enough to carry The Two Doctors and Attack of the Cybermen too. The latter two are meh, but not warriors of the deep tier.


 No.65991

>>65989

and so good


 No.65992

>>65989

Growing pains. Also, Mel insufferably boring. At least we got Paradise Towers, the height of 80's Doctor Who campy bullshit.


 No.65993

File: e92ecebe23200d8⋯.jpg (21.78 KB, 396x339, 132:113, delta[1].jpg)

>>65989

What on earth do you mean?


 No.65994

>>65990

Vengence and Revelation are both very good, I'll agree. Cybermen is fine, but forgettable, and Two Doctors is terrible in a fun way.


 No.65995

This Welsh lass from Delta and the Bannermen is giving me Torchwood flashbacks.


 No.65996

When you're a boardie, they tell you it's all, bad writing, bad companions, SJW themes, and that's it. But the truth is, the Moffat era is so much stranger than that. It's so much darker, and so much madder. And so much better.


 No.65997

>>65996

based


 No.65998

>>65838

I hate the CGI-ey look of Jodie in this, but I love the abstract background/foreground imagery. Now if only the show could incorporate some of that.


 No.65999

>>65996

BASED


 No.66000

>>65996

Bravo


 No.66001

>>65838

She sure looks like she loves rocks.


 No.66002

The Doctor Who thread on /tv/ is so cringe it hurts. Ram fucking packed with the word faggot, RTDWho references and how shit Hell Bent is.

Yep, that's 4chan!


 No.66003

>>66002

/tv/ needs a pillar of hope, more now than ever. /who/ is that.


 No.66004

>>66002

Sounds liked a fun time


 No.66005

>>66001

She looks like she loves legos, imo.


 No.66006

>>65985

The biggest problems with Colin's run were:

1) Everything is so fucking ugly

2) Pip + Jane Baker

3) A couple really horrid episodes

4) Starting with a really horrid episode

5) The public not willing to accept a brash Doctor who strangled his companion

6) Micheal Grade/The BBC trying to kill Doctor Who

7) Star Wars


 No.66007

>>65993

Delta and the Bannermen is fucking kino


 No.66008

>>66001

loves cocks more like


 No.66009

How much does the RTD era owe to Delta and the Bannermen?


 No.66010

>>66006

Colin probably also has the worst set of companions. Peri is only amusing when she's being abused, and Mel might be the most boring character to ever have been on the show.


 No.66011

>>66006

>Star Wars

People were comparing Who to Star Wars far earlier than Colin's time.


 No.66012

>>66010

Peri was cute! :(

>>66011

True, but Star Wars totally fucked people's perceptions of what good special effects are, and Who didn't quite cut it anymore. There are some admirable and some less admirable attempts at ILM-tier model shots in Who, but the actual show looked like garbage, especially when they switched to video for location footage, overlit everything, and somehow made the cameras look even worse than they did in the 70s


 No.66013

>>66012

I don't like her fake American accent.


 No.66014

honest thoughts on the trailer? i thought it was okay, didn't blow me away or anything.


 No.66015

>>66014

It was very vague and didn't have anything fun to speculate about.


 No.66016

>>66014

same

i liked the visuals and cast looks nice


 No.66017

>>66014

Same. I wish there was a tiny bit more substance other than generic Jodie VO.


 No.66018

>>66014

Not much to say. Seems well shot.


 No.66019

>>66014

The settings looked pretty cool. Not much information revealed, but isn't that probably better?


 No.66020

>>66019

It's only better if what we get ends up being good.


 No.66021

>>66013

No one does


 No.66022

Morph and the Nilsomen


 No.66023

File: ba84bc591158be5⋯.png (186.59 KB, 550x422, 275:211, ClipboardImage.png)

>would ya be my new best friends?


 No.66024

>>66022

Nilso and the Morphantmen?


 No.66025

God I love the music in Delta and the Bannermen


 No.66026

File: 80fee0ac8abc6a9⋯.png (215.59 KB, 496x338, 248:169, WOULD I.png)


 No.66027

>>66023

Just the Doctor and her new best friends in the TARDIS.


 No.66028

>I stopped watching half way through Tennant's run. Thought about picking it up again during Smith's bit till I realized it wasn't Doctor Who anymore, it was the Amy Pond show.

>The only thought I have in regards to this trash is 'meh'.

Alright who said this


 No.66029

File: 1faf23c2742023e⋯.jpg (61.59 KB, 611x365, 611:365, dooley.jpg)

this dude is in s11


 No.66030

>>66026

holy fuck based im in tears


 No.66031

>>66028

>The Amy Pond Show

>The Clara Oswald Show

Kill these people


 No.66032

>>66028

>enjoyed the Rose Tyler show

>Amy Pond was just a step too far

What? Are they just complaining about those intros they tacked on for the American airings?


 No.66033

Ray x Ace when?


 No.66034

>>66032

But I LURRRVEE <3<3<3 Wose Tywah! She's teh Doctor's one true love!!! xoxoxo


 No.66035


 No.66036

>>66032

Oh gods those intros were shit, holy hell, I wouldn't blame them desu


 No.66037

File: ba84bc591158be5⋯.png (186.59 KB, 550x422, 275:211, ClipboardImage.png)

>a pillar of hope and striving for brightness and inclusion


 No.66038

File: ba84bc591158be5⋯.png (186.59 KB, 550x422, 275:211, ClipboardImage.png)

File: ba84bc591158be5⋯.png (186.59 KB, 550x422, 275:211, ClipboardImage.png)

File: ba84bc591158be5⋯.png (186.59 KB, 550x422, 275:211, ClipboardImage.png)

>we need a pillar of hope in these times


 No.66039

>>66037

>big ol bundle of good and happy


 No.66040

>>66038

It truly is a time for heroes.


 No.66041

>>66036

>>66032

Genuinely think there isn't enough coverage of how badly those tacked on intros might have affected people's perceptions of the show overseas. You DO NOT fuck with the opening titles of Doctor Who, especially not with something so mawkish. Yes, it's incredibly silly to care, but how is anyone meant to know that if all they've seen is the start of the show rather than the rest of it.


 No.66042

>>66037

>>66038

I like both these phrases. Y'all are becoming depressive puffs.


 No.66043

>>66035

"""""""young"""""""

Tosin seems like a laff. I hope we get a video of the whole panel at some point. Found a recording of the press conference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QtXk4ffEj-E


 No.66044

You male chauvinist bilgebag!


 No.66045

WHERE THE FUCK WAS EVIL


 No.66046

File: 4c7232940cd00ae⋯.jpg (37.59 KB, 808x805, 808:805, 1520209079930.jpg)

IT'S NOT FUCKING FAIR. I'M ENDING IT. I'M GOING OFF THE FUCKING VERGE


 No.66047

>>65826

This is the only good post on 8Chan /who/.


 No.66048

File: 92a044063c4c4e4⋯.png (338.24 KB, 756x426, 126:71, acedress 2.png)

File: dcf6e17cdb6f26e⋯.png (162.61 KB, 337x277, 337:277, acedress.png)

The stream's just shown the scene that Sophie Aldred was asked to shave her armpits for (it's an actual thing they talk about on DVD documentaries)


 No.66049

>Graham's surname is O'Brien

Guess the potato-famine rumours might actually be happening?


 No.66050

>>65974

>If Doctor Who deserves to get cancelled, it will get cancelled

Then explain how NuWho survived after Series 6.


 No.66051

>>66050

Because there's a difference between "putting out a bad season" and "deserves to get cancelled".


 No.66052

>>66048

Yeah, that was probably wise.


 No.66053

File: 2c0dcc3d1bd1984⋯.jpg (59.03 KB, 1403x705, 1403:705, Capture.JPG)

I'M ACTING


 No.66054

>>66048

Seems out of character for Ace to shave her armpits really.


 No.66055

>>66049

If Chibnall had nuts he'd commit to some utterly kino conceit such as the entire series being Earth localised like S1 or history-themed, but today's already revealed they're going for "generic episode for every genre" so that's out the window.


 No.66056

>>66048

I accept armpit hair as a fact of life and therefore it doesn't bother me on girls, but shaved armpits look so much fucking better desu


 No.66057

>>66050

Series 6 was mostly fine. At the very least you've got the Silence two parter.


 No.66058

>>66030

Sorry, I'll try to stick to hilarious pepes in the future.


 No.66059

>>66054

She was working as a waitress though.


 No.66060

>>66048

Sophie was an unbelievably naturally good looking girl


 No.66061

the pillar of hope shtick is just such a hollow line for what appears to be the main thread they bring up when discussing the doctor as a character.

does anyone actually want the doctor to be a "pillar of hope"? are there really that many people who simply use doctor who as a form of political escapism?

>>66058

i wasn't being ironic, i had only just woken up and your post genuinely made me laugh, sorry if it seemed like sarcasm


 No.66062

>>66050

- High viewing figures

- BBC holding out for Tennant coming back the next year


 No.66063

nilsos pillar going up and down


 No.66064

>>66061

Oh, sorry then, I'm too used to seeing the word "based" used ironically.


 No.66065

>>65944

Instant Pertwee feel from that shot


 No.66066

>>66061

All I ever wanted the Doctor to be was a vehicle for some good stories. It's a bit of telly. It's not church.


 No.66067

>>66051

Okay then explain how NuWho survived after Hell Bent.


 No.66068

>>66061

It's not necessarily political. It could just be an optimistic series to help with the hard times people go through in general.


 No.66069

>>66067

Die RTDfag


 No.66070

>>66069

I'm a Hinchcliffefag.


 No.66071

>>66068

Should a campy sci-fi adventure show really be something to look to to get you through hard times? You know, none of this was a thing when people had actual belief systems, communities, friends.


 No.66072

>>66070

edgy hot take: Hinchcliffefags are the classic who version of RTDfags.


 No.66073

Wow so it'll actually be two 3-parters and a 4-parter… thoughts?


 No.66074

It's nice to finally see Jodie play the Doctor. Just doing things, being the character in action.


 No.66075

>>66061

I do like the Doctor standing for hope as a character within the show at least. I'm happy that they seem to be pushing hope and optimism and wanderlust as the main things for this series, rather than "the Doctor's darkest hour" or whatever.


 No.66076

>>66072

That's a relatively lukewarm take desu


 No.66077

>>66073

t. Neo


 No.66078

>>66073

And no Daleks this series


 No.66079

>>66075

I'm not a fan at all. I like the Doctor as a character, not a symbol. He's just an old man who likes adventure. Why is that not good enough?


 No.66080

>>66071

>none of this was a thing when people had actual belief systems, communities, friends.

You think people were never inspired by novels, stories about their ancestors, legends?


 No.66081

At the #DoctorWho #SDCC press conference, Chris Chibnall said there are 5 guest writer slots, 2 of whom are women, and at least one is of color, and that there are 4 directors: 2 men, 2 women. Matt Strevens added that all but 1 of the editors are women.


 No.66082

>>66079

This. Hate how RTD made him into the lonely god and all that bs.


 No.66083

Why did they bring Glitz back?


 No.66084

>>66080

If you're depending on fiction as if it's a religion, or a therapy session, something has gone very wrong.


 No.66085

>>66071

Letting Doctor Who help you through hard times is no different than letting the Bible help you, or the Qu'ran, or 12 Rules for Life. All different works of fiction.


 No.66086

>>66061

>does anyone actually want the doctor to be a "pillar of hope"?

I don't feel like it's something that should be forced, because if is, you get stuff like Tinkerbell Jesus. Except RTD at least displayed a grim self-awareness in his sheer willingness to deify the Doctor (within an otherwise godless and horrifying universe). I worry Chibnall will do the unironic version.

Fetishism of the Doctor is a bad route to fucking go down in general. Just let her be a character who does her thing, and if you do that right, all the "hope and love and shit etc." will come naturally.


 No.66087

Ah, an existentialist.


 No.66088

>>66084

Fiction has always functioned as therapy, to a degree. It won't always fix your problems, but as a source of hope, fiction is perfectly adequate. That hope may be what helps a person decide to actually work on their issues.


 No.66089

>>66083

cuz Glitz is GOAT


 No.66090

File: 8d3ad4058f1d1f4⋯.png (339.39 KB, 405x352, 405:352, euphoric.png)

>>66085

Yeah I was trying to work out how to say something along those lines.


 No.66091

>>66081

>guest writers

When Chibnall says a hybrid writing system, does all he mean is that he won't be script editing alone? Because half the series being guest writers implyies that a little, imo.


 No.66093

>>66085

based


 No.66094

>>66082

You had 9's Time War PTSD arc; 10's Lonely God/Time Lord Victorious "arc"; 11's 'darkest hour'/'Silence will fall when the question was asked' arc; Capaldi's going-too-far, becoming 'the Hybrid' arc. They're all interesting studies of who the Doctor is and what he's stood for for all these years being broken down, but in order to do that again you have to break the cycle and allow the character to be the fun-loving adventurer we're told that he was before he had all the grimy shit happen to him. After Chibnall sets Doctor Who on the path of eccentric space traveller again, someone else can have a crack at deconstructing the 'heart' of the show.


 No.66095

File: 30e06f5361fa9cc⋯.png (90.77 KB, 251x271, 251:271, 1275002981180.png)

>tfw legitimately worried the individual episodes won't have "BY ____" credits so we won't even be able to track which writers are the good ones


 No.66096

>>66094

This. You can only deconstruct for so long before the deconstruction ironically becomes the new construction.


 No.66097

Weird that Chibnall is making a big deal of Series 11 being standalone. What if there is no arc and the finale is just another standard story?


 No.66098

File: 621971308d7699d⋯.jpg (6.05 KB, 149x200, 149:200, davison disgust.jpg)


 No.66099

>>66097

I'd be unironically okay with that.


 No.66100

>>66094

I feel like that's what series 10 was trying to do as well with its "reboot." Of course it also ended up going down the road of grandiose statements about who/what the Doctor is in The Doctor Falls and the Christmas special, but it's a regeneration, how could Moff resist?


 No.66101

>>66097

would be great

chibnall making the decision to have the finale be a pretty good story, especially when compared to the rest, but nothing much more than what everything else was (a la Inferno)


 No.66102


 No.66103

>>66097

They said something about the companions going on "emotional journeys" and to be honest I think Chibnall wouldn't miss the opportunity to have some sort of big climactic finale


 No.66104

>>66102

t. Christfag


 No.66105

>>66095

Don't even shows that have a full writers room usually have individual writers credited to the scripts?

A lot of the episodes in New Who have always been heavily rewritten by the showrunner anyway, just that neither of them started taking a co-credit until later in their runs for some reason.


 No.66106

>>66100

Definitely, 100% what Moff was going for. Funny how, in the one serious Moff tried to write the Doctor with his hair down so to speak, he ended up writing the most well fleshed-out character studies of the Doctor - not the best, but extremely well realised. (Let's forget about TUaT)


 No.66107

>>66105

Yeah. Most US shows still credit a single writer to an episode.


 No.66108

>>66100

Series 10 started off conventional, but changed exactly when Bill got a hole in her chest.


 No.66109

>>66108

I'd say it changed when the Doctor went blind and then got visited by the pope.


 No.66110

Get these fucking yorkies out of my Doctor Who. They're basically fucking jocks anyway who have already been ruining the show for several years.


 No.66111

>>66108

Why? It was obvious Bill would just be resurrected again somehow and she was.


 No.66112

File: 20b2e7045149524⋯.jpg (129.89 KB, 1366x2048, 683:1024, DigVi0zVQAA_jig.jpg)

Mwahahaha. I am an evil witch who has put the SJW curse on Doctor Who.


 No.66113

It's obvious that the Doctor will make it out alive of most episodes so what's the point in watching?


 No.66114

>>66094

>you have to break the cycle and allow the character to be the fun-loving adventurer we're told that he was before he had all the grimy shit happen to him. After Chibnall sets Doctor Who on the path of eccentric space traveller again

That sounds great but all the "the Doctor is a pillar of hope, this show will inspire hope" stuff cuts against that and I hope it's not a major component.

I will say, there does seem to be something radical about the idea of writing a NuWho Doctor who is JUST fun and doesn't carry the weight of the world on her shoulders at ANY point. I don't think we've seen that since, er, Colin Baker.


 No.66115

>>66108

Possibly the most well-executed NuWho twists I can think of

>Missy jumps out of the TARDIS

>"I'm Dr Who"

>It's a frock ep

>more Dr Who gags

>The Doctor eating crisps

>"Exposition and comic relief"

>He's blue!

>Yes, my name is Dr Who. I like it. You're going to put the gun away, and for the rest of your life wonder who I was and what I was doing here.

>Bill gets shot

>Tragedy broken up by the Doctor's memories of Bill saying "don't get me killed"

>pure :wtf:

>Eerie hooded robotic doctors steal Bill's body


 No.66116

>>66104

Not even. But if your so screwed up that you need Doctor Who for moral guidance, maybe you should consider finding religion. You're clearly crying out for it.


 No.66117

>>66109

But did it? The doctor takes weird house calls from historical figures all the time. Technically it goes all the way back to UNIT when he was just on call for a scientific breakthrough.

Actually showing a companion get injured by contrast is a bit novel.


 No.66118

>>66116

>you need Doctor Who for moral guidance

But this isn't about moral guidance. This is simply saying "13th Doctor will be a source of hope, and positive inspiration, in these dark times." There's nothing wrong with that.


 No.66119

File: 534620cf57f1d2c⋯.png (32.93 KB, 638x124, 319:62, Screen Shot 2018-07-20 at ….png)

thanks grant


 No.66120

>>66118

It shovels a load of sanctimonious crap over what should be a simple piece of entertainment. That's a problem to me.


 No.66121

Hoodie accidentally slipped his act and retweeted a pro-13 tweet.


 No.66122

File: 5397c5585cb7e2d⋯.png (189.12 KB, 1000x1114, 500:557, church of gord.png)

WHAT WOULD THE DOCTOR DO, MY BROTHERS?


 No.66123

File: be8211a14211ae3⋯.jpg (10.24 KB, 480x360, 4:3, AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.jpg)

>people reading too far into a generic, on-the-spot promotion of the show from its lead actor


 No.66124

Hey guys im from parallel universe

In my universe Ace appears in Delta and the Bannermen, not in the Dragonfire

There's also season 27 and its glorious


 No.66125

>>66124

DVD covers or it didn't happen


 No.66126

Why do people think Season 24 is bad again? Paradise Towers, Delta, and Dragonfire are all unique and wild fun. I realise Time and the Rani is like a shit continuation of Pip and Jane's reign of terror, but it stops there.


 No.66127

>>66120

So what? Every piece of entertainment has a message that someone somewhere would consider a hamfisted preaching session: personally I think the message from La La Land that you can't pursue a fulfilling relationship and greater career aspirations to be absolute bullshit if you're willing to be flexible and work with someone, but it doesn't stop me from enjoying the movie.


 No.66128

>>66126

People can't look past the 80sness


 No.66129

>>66127

>Every piece of entertainment has a message that someone somewhere would consider a hamfisted preaching session

What about Shaun the Sheep?


 No.66130

>>66129

The film or the children's book?


 No.66131

>>66130

which is more kino?


 No.66132

File: b84c64e95a264fa⋯.png (918.98 KB, 1280x914, 640:457, 1517963891428.png)


 No.66133

>>66113

>most


 No.66134

>>66130

The TV show


 No.66135

>>66132

>blue Tardis


 No.66136

>>66132

why do they all have ape features?


 No.66137

>>66132

le 56% face


 No.66138

>>66137

t. Nilso


 No.66139

Just rewatched the Long Game.

Amazing how it's then left-wing emssage about Rupert Murdock would be a right wing message about fake news if broadcast today.


 No.66140

>>66134

The tv show has like 100 episodes though.


 No.66141

>>66132

y tho


 No.66142


 No.66143

>>66139

Honestly, I don't think it would. The British left still loathes the press and vice versa.


 No.66144

>>66142

t. Nilso

>>66141

t. Neo

>>66140

t. Nacho

>>66139

t. Morphant

>>66137

t. TOMTIT


 No.66145

>>66144

skelly


 No.66146

>>66142

Shaun the Sheep is a better show than Doctor Who ever will be. It's lack of actors and live-actions stops it from falling into any conventions and allows it to experiment with no boundaries. Doctor Who will always be stuck in the boundary of scripted drama whereas Shaun the Sheep can do anything.


 No.66147

>>66141

William Hartnell isn't diverse enough.


 No.66148

>>66143

There are people who loathe the press, and then there are people who "loath the press" but read the Guardian.


 No.66149

>>66123

it clearly wasn't on the spot. you can tell "pillar of hope" is something they've been passing around through production.


 No.66150

>>66139

That's a really thought-provoking statement. I'm not sure how true it might be, for the reason stated here >>66143 , but I do think a writer today would shy away from it for that. There were deep political undertones running all the way throughout s1, some hidden and some very plain. The Long Game was pretty on-the-nose, with the Editor and his Mighty Jagrafess being quite literally "above", completely isolated from the people. I think the way it was shot and implied would still hold its left wing message, but it wouldn't take much reworking to spin it into a piece of right wing media.


 No.66151

>>66086

I agree completely, if this really is the path he's determined to follow and we arent just misrepresenting what we've seen it could end up just being a reductionist view of the world that has been built up thus far without even an attempt at being unique or profound.


 No.66152

>>66139

if you took it from an american perspective of "muh liberal mainstream media" sure, but in places like australia, nz and the UK it's the reverse with the right leaning governments being in bed with the media instead and the labour voting types that despise the media.


 No.66153


 No.66154

That made the teaser look good desu


 No.66155

>>66154

based tit


 No.66156

File: dfe601baeeadacb⋯.jpg (306.89 KB, 1197x1200, 399:400, Difjt8tXUAA8tqZ.jpg)


 No.66157


 No.66158

>>65818

Are those pants more teal instead of blue or is it just the lighting?

honestly that outfit looks a bit of a mess, the colors don't suit each other the same way the original outfit does


 No.66159

>>66158

Think it may be a mix of the lighting and the colour grading.


 No.66160

>>66154

Weird how the teaser and the trailer seemed to be for 2 different shows.


 No.66161

>>66158

They've put le orange-and-teal movie grade onto that episode in a big way.


 No.66162

>>65838

Are those hexagons the new tardis roundels?


 No.66163

>>66162

They certainly look like roundels


 No.66164

>>65906

capaldi era S9 and S10 trailers had the cinematic bars but the episodes were still broadcast as 16:9


 No.66165

>381 posts

>still not pinned


 No.66166

https://www.facebook.com/entertainmentweekly/videos/10156756263579701/

>Chibnall: spouts usual non-specific nothings about how great the series will be for several minutes

>Host: "Alright, that was useless."

kek


 No.66167

>>65932

>wood grain but it's silver like metal

what?


 No.66168

>>66164

True, but we also have the leaked clip.


 No.66169

>>66167

Well, we had a Cyberman made of wood, so a tree made out of metal isn't that far off


 No.66170

>>66164

Nah they're definitely doing the 2:1 ratio, it's the new big thing with lots of shows.


 No.66171


 No.66172

File: 0359a2394c274a8⋯.jpg (136.88 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Doctor Who_ Series 11 Trai….jpg)

>they see your dick


 No.66173

>>66172

>bradders off on his own adventure

kino


 No.66174

>>66167

I guess it's supposed to look like some sort of alien material that doesn't match anything we're familiar with, but it does just look like spray painted wood.


 No.66175

>>66173

They're looking at his mutilated corpse in that shot.


 No.66176

so whats the consensus on the sonic? i honestly wish they got rid of it for a series


 No.66177

>>66176

It just looks…whatever. Like they barely know what to do with it.


 No.66178

>>66176

I like that it looks alien

I still don't know how it's meant to be held


 No.66179

>>66177

yeah that's basically my thoughts. it just looks like one of those things you'd see in a behind the scenes thing with sonic prototypes that didnt make the cut


 No.66180

>>66176

It has three settings


 No.66181


 No.66182

>>66176

I think they consciously tried to make it look less like a dildo. They failed.


 No.66183

>>66182

i think you're right.

the props department must seriously be taking the piss, the only sonic that looks more like a dildo is the literal dildo from curse of fatal death


 No.66184

>>66181

>"But I very often just get called… The Doctor."

Damn, that got me hard.


 No.66185

>>65828

They've nicely achieved the opposite. Should have gone thinner like the 2005 one. It looks slightly better side-on >>66182


 No.66186

>>66185

I got those quote links the wrong way round somehow whoops


 No.66187

>>66181

>wibbley wimey timey wimey


 No.66188

>>66182

if they were trying to make it less like a dildo they really shouldn't have made the body smooth and round


 No.66189

at a bare minimum series 11 will visually be kino.

so just turn your brain off if its bad :^)


 No.66190

File: 27a3c88fcf9b274⋯.jpg (2.85 MB, 1987x3056, 1987:3056, 6fd4e4178fdb933e8942a1a2b6….jpg)

Spot the references


 No.66191

>>66059

She was working as a waitress in a cocktail bar when she met Sabalom Glitz


 No.66192

>>66061

I like The Doctor to be a bastion of moral integrity and pacifism, I admire the character, but I don't use the show for political escapism, I watch it because it's good. The Capaldi era is one of my favourite eras and it often skirted with darkness and inevitability and wasn't exactly a bastion of hope at all times.


 No.66193

File: e21b361acdcbdbe⋯.jpg (169.4 KB, 960x669, 320:223, drumpft.jpg)


 No.66194

>>66181

>sometimes in episodes, peoples responses are different because they're speaking to a woman


 No.66195

>>66189

It will be the level of visual "kino" enjoyed by your average MCU film.


 No.66196

>>66192

I like it when he's childish, short tempered, and recklessly destructive.


 No.66197

File: bde5d538be9dbfe⋯.png (657.38 KB, 699x707, 699:707, Screen Shot 2018-07-20 at ….png)


 No.66198

File: 6854ee4577fc4a8⋯.jpg (182.47 KB, 1119x842, 1119:842, a good day.jpg)

>>66193

FUCKIN BASTE


 No.66199

>>65871

they also mention that there's still prosthetics

around 14:20 in >>66181


 No.66200

File: 03c4ad6006f04ea⋯.jpg (77.85 KB, 342x426, 57:71, 1498474358927.jpg)

>"trailer" is the same length as the teaser


 No.66201

I'm from a parallel universe; Classic Who had a Season 27 and 28, the American version of Doctor Who happened (and everyone likes to forget about it), Eccleston stayed for Series 2, and Capaldi stayed for Series 11.


 No.66202

File: 056a2673f3b8fb8⋯.jpg (1.08 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, 1491025475411.jpg)


 No.66203

>>66123

What is this? I thought Letts produced JNT's first season, not any Colin stuff


 No.66204

I just visited another parallel universe; Eccleston was in Series 2 but the episodes were EXACTLY the same. Yes, he did the "Ooh baby, I'm beating out a samba!" bit.


 No.66205

>>66201

What was Eccles S2 like?


 No.66206

File: 09924cf8811c83d⋯.jpg (34.15 KB, 720x362, 360:181, 1520499337787.jpg)

The shots they used for when 13 talks about alien worlds and the past were so underwhelming. They didn't look distinctly alien or distinctly set in the past. We saw them so briefly that if I watched it muted I would've assumed they were contemporary Earth.

I liked the way she delivered the line about having fun though, that gives me hope. When are we going to get a proper trailer?


 No.66207


 No.66208

>>66196

There's no point in being grown up if you can't be childish sometimes.


 No.66209

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

moff's first trailer vs chib's first trailer


 No.66210


 No.66211

File: ac185a6288d26bf⋯.png (434.13 KB, 1280x1280, 1:1, tumblr_p39790WUEr1t7zcdwo1….png)


 No.66212

File: e4d50be40590aca⋯.png (185.08 KB, 500x500, 1:1, tumblr_p9oaivOuuy1t7zcdwo1….png)

File: f514d5e6b8468c7⋯.png (612.31 KB, 1280x924, 320:231, tumblr_p1hkuyoXUn1t7zcdwo1….png)


 No.66213

File: 8fe66ed8115eb9b⋯.png (206.21 KB, 1280x924, 320:231, tumblr_p1pj7f9kX81t7zcdwo3….png)


 No.66214

File: ef8355cdc78c770⋯.png (594.53 KB, 1280x960, 4:3, tumblr_oyc68nXV7g1t7zcdwo1….png)


 No.66215

>>66210

A man who puts on a dress is still a man at his core.


 No.66216

>>66215

I'll give you a man at your core, anon


 No.66217

File: 5917d7cb7651c20⋯.png (244.71 KB, 500x750, 2:3, tumblr_ovi8j6M4251wuxw3zo1….png)

Uh oh, Briggs is gonna sue


 No.66218

>>66212

Can we just declare war on Tumblr or something?


 No.66219

>would you be my new best friends?

cute :3


 No.66220

File: 6b67f578c0d5e72⋯.png (82.14 KB, 221x267, 221:267, 1499082095092.png)

>>66218

>Can we just declare war on Tumblr or something?


 No.66221

File: cfc9b29ab0e0e83⋯.png (21.04 KB, 200x235, 40:47, furrikane.png)

>>66216

alright


 No.66222

>>66213

>>66212

What's with all this male erasure? where's the gay male representation?


 No.66223

File: 738424b78deb2fb⋯.png (269.86 KB, 1280x960, 4:3, tumblr_oslai4BwEJ1t7zcdwo1….png)

>>66222

Here, with Adric lovingly referred to by the artist as a twink. There's also a lot of Five x Turlough art here.


 No.66224

File: 729a924a5671838⋯.png (620.19 KB, 1280x1024, 5:4, tumblr_os8j7uKuJ91t7zcdwo1….png)


 No.66225

File: d979f88f08c92b4⋯.png (97.34 KB, 500x500, 1:1, tumblr_inline_osdh3rnxSs1s….png)


 No.66226

Something has to be done about Tumblr.


 No.66227

>>66225

>>66224

>>66223

>>66217

>>66214

>>66213

>>66212

>>66211

remind this is chibs target audience and if you have a problem with that the show isnt for you x


 No.66228

>>66226

Yes, anon, we must purge the people who draw our favourite characters wrong.


 No.66229

>>66226

As the one who's been posting all these, I honestly don't have a problem with people making them (hell, it's less shameless than the self-insert art I've made myself) but seeing the het reactions is good entertainment.


 No.66230

desu tumblr is largely made up of people who are poorly-adjusted at best and emotionally damaged at worst so I hold no particular animosity towards the community. except for the fucking creeps who participate in witchhunts, doxxing, harrassment and all that shit. Fuck them.


 No.66231


 No.66232

>>66230

It's an absolutely toxic place to participate in any fandom. I don't know why I still go there regularly.


 No.66233

>>66227

Thanks for all the (You)s kinda


 No.66234

>>66228

I'm glad you understand.


 No.66235

>>66230

are you sure you're not describing 4chan, buddy?


 No.66236

So did the writers room thing end up actually happening or not? Also, when does S11 air? I've already forgotten.


 No.66237

>>66236

respond to me NOW or I delete the wiki


 No.66238

>>66236

writers room was confirmed by chibs


 No.66239

>>66237

>being this mad over 3 minutes with no response

do yourself a favor and have a look at the last 5 posts, taking special note of the time between them


 No.66240

File: 8b9c20f3cbc7660⋯.gif (1.37 MB, 429x292, 429:292, 1378139896095.gif)

>>66238

Do we know who S11's writers are yet?


 No.66241

>>66235

No. The discussion I engage with there is balanced; and while not always civil (obviously)—it's generally conducted without the seething malice you get on places like tumblr; and not treated with the fucking Earth-shattering severity it is on tumblr when you're discussing frivolous shit like a tv show. Witchhunts, doxxing and harrassment don't happen among the userbase of an anonymous image board, so I'm not sure what you mean by this. Unless you're talking about /pol/ attacking people outside the site, which I'm not counting because /pol/ is tumblr.


 No.66242

File: 4a67fc546191e03⋯.jpg (78.54 KB, 500x500, 1:1, 1498474358924.jpg)

>>66239

THAT'S IT, I'M DELETING THE WIKI


 No.66243

>>66242

Not if I delete it first.


 No.66244

>>66241

sounds like you haven't been on 4chan for very long, especially if you think doxxing is completely unthinkable lmao


 No.66245

>>66240

Nope. The lack of writer and director announcements are driving me crazy. How long can Chibs keep something like this under wraps?


 No.66246

>>66245

They'll be quietly revealed at some point close to airing because Chibnall doesn't want people formulating any real expectations for his inevitably disappointing debut.


 No.66247

>>66244

I didn't say they're "completely unthinkable"—they generally don't happen. I shouldn't have to point out the ways a platform with a setup like tumblr facilitates bullying to a greater extent than something like 4chan.


 No.66248

>>66244

He could just be a native to a board that's less cancerous. I can't recall anyone ever being doxxed on my home board.


 No.66249

>partisan imageboard/microblogging website politics


 No.66250

>>66035

>brightness

>hope

>childish wonder

>bubbly

>energetic

>playful

>joy for life

>young

>funny

>humorous

>awesome

>effervescent

>not much to add to that

Hype diminishing

Has there really been a "cheerful" Doctor so far?

1-grouchy, lightens up with companions/when things go his way

2-mischevious more than cheerful, often didn't seem like he knew what he was doing, so cheerful in a cartoonish sort of way, as in happy to get out of scrapes

3-grouchy about being stuck on Earth/UNIT's way of doing things

4-nothing in particular bogging him down, but he was too difficult to read to call "cheerful" even in his happier moments; really just a lot of weird shit seemed to be going on in his head

5-seemed like he always wanted to be cheerful, but wasn't

6-the most cheerful so far, but he's somehow weaponized his cheerful personality and indiscriminately wreaks havoc with it as a sort of overcompensating emotional defense mechanism

7-cheerful professor on the outside, stone cold motherfucker on the inside

8-now we have "childish wonder", but all it does is get him hurt

war-a grouchy man who drinks grouchy juice

9-acts cheerful to block out the pain

10-all that acting cheerful results in a mostly-genuine cheerful personality, as long as you don't set off the volatile volcano of bottled-up angst

11-the "drown the pain in sex and cocaine" phase, except it's a family show so we don't see those bits

12-the Doctor gradually re-learns how to feel

13-"cheerful, fun, etc. but can be stern"

"Stern" makes it sound like this might be the first Doctor with no dark side

Bradders really wasn't wrong about Jodie being Captain Kirk, I guess


 No.66251

>>66246

The people who would be able to form those expectations aren't the people he's trying to woo back to the show.


 No.66252

>>66251

It's still in his best interest if he minimises any potential negative fan mutterings.


 No.66253

>>66250

My main thought is that will be unsustainable. Even if they really are setting out to do a Doctor with no dark side (which I don't think is that likely), it will have re-asserted itself by S12 purely because otherwise there's nowhere to take the character.


 No.66254

>>66250

Chibbers likes protagonists with edgy dark pasts and the Doctor's character doesn't really facilitate that right now. So fuck knows what he's gonna do.


 No.66255

>>66247

>I shouldn't have to point out the ways a platform with a setup like tumblr facilitates bullying to a greater extent than something like 4chan.

how easy or not the platform makes it pales in comparison to the vindictiveness of the userbases. I'm not saying it doesn't happen on tumblr, but 4chan is far more known for its doxxing and harassment. it's just bizarre to label tumblr like that and depict 4chan as some sort of haven in comparison

scooby, a /fit/ trip who was always friendly and positive and dedicated to helping people learn, had to move houses because somebody doxxed him, and he and his family no longer felt safe in their own home

>>66248

>I can't recall anyone ever being doxxed on my home board.

maybe not doxxing, but harassment has happened in /who/ itself. a trip who always contributed to discussions and uploaded helpful stuff was driven away because anons sexually harassed her and talked about raping her


 No.66256

>>66250

the only way to make all those positive qualities actually endearing to the audience is to juxtapose it with the bad, saying "she can be stern too guise!!" doesnt really make me hyped.

I know we had le edgy doctor for most if not all of nuwho but just getting rid of that aspect without something else just as intricate to replace it does nothing positive.

this is all speculation of course.


 No.66257

Just give the Doctor another grand, hubris-driven folly to atone for, like the little Davros ordeal in The Magician's Apprectice, except taken further. That would be distinct enough from the Time War I think. Or just give the Doctor a more challenging personality in general. Make her an objectivist or some shit.


 No.66258

If the whole theme of Jodie's run initially (or at least S11) is supposed to be focusing on "family", I think it would be the best time for the show to eventually more regularly feature non-contemporanius companions again. What better way to show bonds that can become like family than showing people and beings radically different from each other getting close?


 No.66259

what dark qualities did the classic series doctors have to keep them interesting?


 No.66260

>>66255

>in /who/ itself

Of course, I was just talking about away from here. Even when we were on /tv/, this was the only thread I went to there, so I still never really considered it as "constantly open tab #1".


 No.66261

>>66260

what are you saying


 No.66262

>>66255

I have friends and family who've been doxxed on tumblr. Anecdotal evidence, I know, but believe me it's an effective pastime over there. Probably not within all communities, but enough that it's a serious risk. I'm not concerned with which website has the worse reputation for these things—4chan will always have it worse when it comes to this, largely as you said because of the colourful temperaments of some of its userbase—but the actual reality of each website's culture and actions seems very clear to me.


 No.66263

>>66262

my grandfather died in the great tumblr doxxing wars of 2011


 No.66264

>>66263

Good one!


 No.66265

>>66259

1 and 3 were very cantankerous and opinionated, to their detriments

2 was very chaotic and could be manipulative

4 and 6 were prone to bouts of unnecessary (sometimes extreme) violence

7 had all of 2's cons, but even more manipulative and added in extreme moral greyness.

That's boiling down a ton, but that's a rough sketch.


 No.66266

>>66264

thanks!

btw I was never saying you were wrong about tumblr, it's just weird that you condemn that behaviour there but when it comes to 4chan all of a sudden doxxing and rape threats is just the "colourful temperaments of some of its userbase". it's a bizarre bias, because they're just websites. you're allowed to say bad things about both, buddy


 No.66267

>>66265

I just realized I forgot Davison, but I couldn't think of anything specifically "dark" about him of the top of my head.


 No.66268

File: 58808a6a3b99616⋯.gif (2.71 MB, 284x208, 71:52, 1384254673722.gif)

>>66265

>>66267

>I just realized I forgot Davison, but I couldn't think of anything specifically "dark" about him of the top of my head.

And he was a SHEEP Doctor, so Jodie could be too even without some dark flaw.


 No.66269

>"What we want is for people to feel like we've got the range and variety of Doctor Who this year. So if you've never seen it before, you're gonna fall in love with it, and if you have seen it, you're gonna get those things that you love about the show across the 10 episodes."

Blackpill: this is the Chibnall quote that should have you the most worried.

Good eras of Doctor Who happen when the creators pursue a specific stylistic goal and execute it well. This is not that. Chibnall is setting out to create generic Doctor Who that will somehow please everyone, an impossible task. It's going to be a bland mess, possibly a more boring version of Series 7, with one or two designated episodes per stock Doctor Who genre. The obligatory celebrity historical. The obligatory base under siege. The obligatory Yeti in the loo. There is no evidence of a creative vision at work here other than "hopefulness" - the reference point is just a soup of vague, half-remembered Doctor Who nostalgia. And any fresh takes the new, inexperienced writers might have offered will be sanded into a safe, featureless mass by the Chibnall-led writers' room.

Ironically considering the Capaldi years were apparently too self-referential and fan-oriented, we're now about to witness the show crawl up its own arse in a way Moffat could never have dreamed.

KILL.

THE.

HYPE.


 No.66270

>>66267

>>66268

he wasn't cheerful though


 No.66271

>>66254

The Doctor is kind of inherently a character who has some edge though. He's been a criminal since day one.


 No.66272

File: 23609e2b7313192⋯.png (415.95 KB, 600x615, 40:41, nationbtfo.png)

Where were you when the Chinball Wizard vanquished the Nation Estate?


 No.66273

File: 2ed2d3f94b9ad2c⋯.gif (888.31 KB, 301x212, 301:212, 1382425816415.gif)

>>66269

I didn't read all of your post because you wrote too much, but that quote sounds sensible. The greatest threat to the show is trying to please fans specifically, instead of trying to make a good show that appeals to wider audiences.

Wanting to display everything the show is capable of has been the standard ever since RTD's "episode 1: contemporary, episode 2: future, episode 3: past" model in 2005.

>>66270

True, he seemed mostly exasperated and trying to wrangle his companions.

>>66272

if this was true it would be the best news I've heard about S11 desu


 No.66274

>>66272

They will be in the Christmas special or make a cameo. We will not go all of 2018 without on-screen Daleks. It will take more than some sweaty Chibfucker to expurge the curse of Nation.


 No.66275

>>66272

Technically he didn't confirm it

his words were "there are 2 weeks of filming left and the daleks haven't been on set yet"


 No.66276

>>66275

great. CG fucking daleks it is then. what a hack.


 No.66277

>>66266

When I say that 4chan users have colourful temperaments, that's just me downplaying it for comedic effect; the shit that extends from 4chan's shadier corners into the outside world is well-documented; but it's not common among its own userbase. I know you interpretereted it as me apologising for any bad things that ever happened on 4chan—not my intention at all, and my bad. But I retain my original point.

>btw I was never saying you were wrong about tumblr

<4chan is far more known for its doxxing and harassment. it's just bizarre to label tumblr like that and depict 4chan as some sort of haven in comparison

:really:


 No.66279

>>66268

Davison's Doctor had flaws, they just weren't dark. His inability to act regularly got hundreds killed.


 No.66280

>>66269

i mean to be honest, when you think of chris chibnall its hard to think of anything other than "generic doctor who"

he has the balls to bring about the biggest change since 2005 but then he might just waste it on making copy paste doctor who.


 No.66281

>>66277

>btw I was never saying you were wrong about tumblr

<4chan is far more known for its doxxing and harassment. it's just bizarre to label tumblr like that and depict 4chan as some sort of haven in comparison

how are these contradictory statements, anon? especially since the bit you cut off directly before that was "I'm not saying it doesn't happen on tumblr"

are you misconstruing my words for comedic effect too?


 No.66282

>>66279

inept mr. magoo doctor when?


 No.66283

>>66255

After a point, you come to realise the vast majority of the imageboard crowd are not dangerous, not THAT abnormal, and not even especially immoral or unpleasant people. Infact I would say the deciding factor to whether or not imageboard culture will appeal to you is your personal open mindedness, and willingness to discuss subjects with absolute honesty.

The edgy "final boss of the internet" shit is just something people play at because firstly it's fun, and secondly it scares away people who infest sites like Tumblr.


 No.66284

File: d113bea7895d041⋯.gif (430.71 KB, 499x384, 499:384, partyhard.gif)

>>66274

>>66275

oh.

berlin.


 No.66285

If they announced there would be no Dalek episodes for the next 3-5 years, I'd be happy.


 No.66286

>>66280

Chibnall could write a relatively unique take on Doctor Who if he had the balls to play to his own strengths. I would watch a series of Doctor Who that was like a full-length expansion of the style established by his Series 7A episodes and minisodes i.e. the total slice-of-life integration, seamless gliding between the adventure world and the mundane world. I'd also watch Doctor Who reimagined as a fantasy police procedural with the Doctor following clues across the universe/back in time to solve mysteries at home. Those things sound different and potentially cool.


 No.66287

>>66281

I was saying doxxing and harassment is more prevalent on tumblr and you were arguing contrary to me. It's not complicated and there's no basis for getting hung up on the semantics of who's arguing what. And your unsubstantiated insistence that I'm depicting 4chan as a "haven" just because I'm arguing its merits in contrast with another platform has made this an unnecessarily unpleasant discussion. I don't know what else to say.


 No.66288

>>66286

I dont know who it was but that anon who was talking about how the entire series should be them trying to solve a mystery genuinely sounded kino to me and i'd have zero complaints if he did something along those lines.


 No.66289

>>66287

>And your unsubstantiated insistence that I'm depicting 4chan as a "haven" just because I'm arguing its merits in contrast with another platform has made this an unnecessarily unpleasant discussion

why do you talk like such a fucking nerd


 No.66290

>>66285

It would never be that long a break. Jodie will get at least one Dalek story, and it'll probably in her second as the way to help hype it up.


 No.66291

>>66290

*second series


 No.66292

>>66289

Idk how to answer that. Why do you talk the way you talk?


 No.66293

this is the second time that anon has ended an argument with "why do u talk like a nerd??" btw


 No.66294

>>66286

I'm a bit surprised it isn't a new format. I remember Chibnall saying he pitched something new to the BBC and was surprised when they greenlit it.

But it just looks like standard standalone episodes.


 No.66295

>>66294

>something new

it was probably the 3 equal full time companions thing if i had to guess


 No.66296

>>66293

I think it's the second time I've got caught up with arguing with nerd-anon too. Where we just go round and round repeating ourselves while they seem to misunderstand my very basic point


 No.66297

>>66294

He mentioned that the BBC wanted "risk and boldness" as well but I assume that pretty much got used up entirely on casting a woman.


 No.66298

>>66288

I'd love seeing the crew discover some mystery or conspiracy and having to follow break crumbs left in the last episode to a new locations/adventures every week until they solve it in the finale.


 No.66299

>>66296

>we just go round and round repeating ourselves

>i am the only one not at fault

hmm….


 No.66300

>>66294

I think somewhere there's a quote of chibs saying it's an ongoing story but with individual adventures

so perhaps like what moff did with S10 but with even heavier emphasis on the continuing story


 No.66301

>>66300

I wish they would either just scrap the season arc idea entirely - Doctor Who has never been a good format for it - or do it properly with a multi-part story that lasts all season.


 No.66302

>>66301

>Doctor Who has never been a good format for it

Series 1 says hi.


 No.66303

>>66296

Nerd-anon here, what did I misunderstand?


 No.66304

>>66302

Arguably the only time it worked. That was in spite of the format though, not because of it.

Season arcs are good for shows that are grounded in one place with a consistent supporting cast. Doctor Who is a show where every episode takes place in a different time and place with a new supporting cast.


 No.66305

File: 50f35f7c15d3632⋯.png (107.48 KB, 271x289, 271:289, No_Fun_Allowed.png)

>2 anons arguing on a chinese cartoon image forum dedicated to a scottish tv show 55 years old

>one thinks the other one is the nerd. Refers to him as nerdanon.

Okay, so… Taking a step back do you know where this went wrong or would you like me to explain it to you guys?


 No.66306

nerdanon and tumblranon are cancer


 No.66307

File: 9d8787043edae78⋯.jpg (187.99 KB, 768x768, 1:1, 13promo.jpg)

File: 89dd65fd1e16ae2⋯.png (446.21 KB, 611x469, 611:469, claytimerotor.png)

File: ff3ce6e0402aeb4⋯.png (65.46 KB, 590x297, 590:297, claynotaste.png)

So I'm pretty sure by now that the quasi-briggs-finish-promo poster thing is probably some sort of exploded view of the new TARDIS.

When it was first revealed, what bugged me about the sonic most wasn't its vibratoryness, but how it didn't aesthetically match with the Doctor's outfit at all. Jodie's outfit looked like it would herald a return to a smoother, more minimal and modernist 70s and 80s aesthetic, but the screwdriver looked like it was channeling a Geigeresque organic aesthetic. Now seeing Clayton point out what might be the Time Rotor, and with the hexagons obviously looking like they could be roundels, the overall aesthetic seems to be coming together: the coat is supposed to reflect the silvery color of the Tardis, the "crystal" look provides a warm, light-emitting aesthetic centerpiece that reflects Jodie's blonde-dyed hair, and bridges the gap between the modernist and the biomechanical with its intricately detailed yet clearly-defined shape.

In conclusion, it's probably still going to end up looking fucking hideous.

Bonus Clayton on Time and the Rani.


 No.66308

>>66305

baste


 No.66309

https://twitter.com/scribblestumblr/status/1020103713954836481

Apparently, the top spins

and it still makes the same fucking noise its been making since the 2000s


 No.66310

File: ed62232a13e6958⋯.jpg (15.75 KB, 655x332, 655:332, 1520499337788.jpg)

>>66309

why's it so fucking ugly


 No.66311

>>66309

>the way it spins

are they having a laugh?


 No.66312

>>66309

well it does make another noise when it spins

only 2 settings

ah well


 No.66313

>>66304

>That was in spite of the format though, not because of it.

What do you mean by this? RTD put a lot of work into making developments throughout the series play into the culmination of the story, and the result is a self-contained arc that is legitimately great in itself. One of the better achievements in Doctor Who. Revisiting the scene of a seemingly innocent adventure to reveal the horrifying aftermath in Bad Wolf was a masterstroke that's still virtually never been repeated. Parting of the Ways goes up from a decent finale to a fantastic one because of how it actually pays off everything that's been set up beforehand, including all the drama with Rose's home life.


 No.66314

>>66309

>the top spins

it's like they WANT it to be used as a dildo


 No.66315

>>66309

>top spins

One step closer to 70s/tv movie sonic with a spinning ring around the bullet!

Coincidentally i think they used that sfx in Briggs Finish before the new series, in some of the 8 audios.


 No.66316

>>66309

>the top spins

Have been saying I wanted this for a long time. I however question it's timing>>66311 >>66314


 No.66317

>>66313

Why did you (you) me with your little review of S1? Post it to your blog, don't trick me into reading it.


 No.66318

>>66317

I was explaining why your opinion was nonsensical drivel.


 No.66319

>>66318

What you said had very little to do with my point. PLEASE don't rope me into another argument where you just babble barely relevant things at me and then say I'm wrong, nerd-anon. I've had enough for today.


 No.66320

>>66319

For fuck's sake mate, that's not even me you're talking to.


 No.66321

>>66319

Not even nerd-anon.

Your "point" was that Series 1 was good in spite of the season arc format, I patiently explained why the season arc format made Series 1 immeasurably better, then you just threw a fucking tantrum.


 No.66322

/doctorwho/ - vergin' anon general


 No.66323

>>66320

You mean we have TWO overly verbose pretentious, pedantic anons? Oh jeez

>>66321

>Your "point" was that Series 1 was good in spite of the season arc format,

No it wasn't.

I said S1's season arc worked in spite of Doctor Who's format. I agree with you, S1 and S1's arc are good. The fact that RTD managed this with Doctor Who's format is impressive.


 No.66324

>>66323

>pretentious

Brave words.


 No.66325

File: 5437e4fc0c9ebe1⋯.png (39.84 KB, 512x436, 128:109, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.66326

*VERGE*

Yup, this one's going in my "anons I wish I could filter" compilation


 No.66327

>>66323

…you realize that in context verbose and pretentious mean the same thing in context right? Also-

You know what? Nevermind. I'm gonna back my way outta this one. Have a nice one.


 No.66328

File: 236283055df4287⋯.png (29.94 KB, 535x276, 535:276, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.66329

>>66325

This is an example of a situation where I'm glad Capaldi won't be recognised.


 No.66330

>>66327

Was saying "in context" twice in the same sentence a meta joke?


 No.66331

>>66328

oh that's embarrassing

Is this just in response to the trailer?


 No.66332

File: bb2452233529289⋯.png (57.83 KB, 915x251, 915:251, ClipboardImage.png)

File: ae0424ab8a1b028⋯.png (739.89 KB, 1600x900, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)

File: d7c001513cd8f7c⋯.png (928.14 KB, 1600x900, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.66333

thoughts on the new sonic being held and pointed like a gun?


 No.66334

Thoughts on the new sonic being used the same way it's been used for years?


 No.66335

>>66330

Yes. I was being "verbose" while calling out being a "pedant" in a "pretentious" manner. You would be correct in assuming that. Case closed. Lets all go home now.

But actually why in hells name do all Sonics have to glow? Can we talk about that? Why the fuck can't they just make a sound?


 No.66336

>>66335

it looks cooler


 No.66337

>>66309

It really has got three settings huh


 No.66338

>>66335

because if it didnt glow then the BBC couldnt double dip on toy sales with one glowing AND one glowing+sound


 No.66339

File: 44b6620f8576881⋯.jpg (147.36 KB, 1071x478, 1071:478, Original-Sonic-Screwdriver.jpg)

>>66335

>But actually why in hells name do all Sonics have to glow? Can we talk about that? Why the fuck can't they just make a sound?

Some new iteration of the funny original screwdriver would be GOAT. The "magic wand" interpretation probably peaked with Eleven's.


 No.66340

>>66336

At this point its lost its effect. Itd be like watching an season of basketball where all the athletes wore light up sneakers. Eventually it really wouldnt matter anymore.


 No.66341

File: ef296eee7d65696⋯.gif (3.31 MB, 500x280, 25:14, 1recognize.gif)

>>66296

>>66303

>>66319

>>66320

>>66321

>>66323

Wait, I thought I was nerd-anon.


 No.66342

>>66341

I think we all are.


 No.66343

File: ffdaed475295b67⋯.png (24.78 KB, 877x178, 877:178, ClipboardImage.png)

BOOM!

/who/ just got BTFO!


 No.66344

Nacho grumpy


 No.66345

File: 65e0dd46533755b⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 19.72 KB, 260x202, 130:101, battle2.jpg)

>>66343

>Boom.


 No.66346

Anon vergey


 No.66347

File: 963e97e3321477b⋯.gif (1.58 MB, 320x240, 4:3, dangerbilly.gif)

>>66342

Enlightening!


 No.66348

File: f938a9c6e65c833⋯.jpg (1.11 MB, 4250x1922, 2125:961, Torchwood Watch 01 Series ….jpg)

1Am Aus/5PM UK/noon US saturday (well, sunday for aus) is the currently floated time. Would anyone like it to be earlier, or otherwise different?


 No.66349

>>66343

<implying we wouldnt still be doing that if it wasnt ribbed for pleasure no matter the gender

I mean, its not like the first female doctor is thr first EVER female on the show…


 No.66350

>>66348

me likey that time


 No.66351

>>66343

It's got a g spot stimulating curve, and it's the first one like it. Peters while looking very phallic wasn't conducive to shoving in ones holes, too angular and too sharp, 11s as well.


 No.66352

>>66348

personally i wouldnt mind if it was an hour earlier but only if it was gonna help out more auschads without harming the others.

>>66349

exactly, people have also been making dildo sonic jokes for years.

>>66351

it's the only sonic i can think of that you could theoretically see being sold as a parody vibrator, the others all have something making it seem very uncomfortable to use like that.


 No.66353

>>66352

>personally i wouldnt mind if it was an hour earlier

Me too, I was just being conservative with my preferred time


 No.66354

File: ceb44045d4d4c31⋯.png (73.82 KB, 967x383, 967:383, ClipboardImage.png)

bad opinion >:( me downvote.


 No.66355

File: f938a9c6e65c833⋯.jpg (1.11 MB, 4250x1922, 2125:961, Torchwood Watch 01 Series ….jpg)

UK and US /who/res specifically, would noon Aus/4PM UK/11AM US Saturday be too early for you? Please be very honest.


 No.66356

>>66352

>only sonic i can think of that you could theoretically see being sold as a parody vibrator

10's original sonic toy vibrated, and there's a smoothed out version of 11's that is available somewhere billed as a sexual novelty. I have the pic saved somewhere but I don't have access to it at the moment.


 No.66357

thirteen is the britpop doctor

make of that what you will


 No.66358

>>66181

>no sooner does Chibnall finish emphasizing that they're going to really focus on new stuff and not bringing back old stuff than a questioner asks in a stereotypical nerd voice "but are there any classic monsters from the original series you'd like to bring back in the next season?"


 No.66359

>>66332

>her

This bitch is a post-op trap. Doctor Who is dead.


 No.66360

File: 8421fabfda1368c⋯.jpg (5.63 KB, 247x300, 247:300, 1491686609433.jpg)

>>66352

11's is more phallic than 12's. It's even got a bellend.


 No.66361

Fuck Nilso.


 No.66362

>>66361

I wish >ω<


 No.66363

>>66325

The state of Moffags


 No.66364

File: 0954794bb23ae4f⋯.png (488.33 KB, 1242x1295, 1242:1295, logoitunes.png)

for fuck's sake


 No.66365

>>66269

desu that quote probably isn't very informative, it just sounds like the kind of thing you'd expect an incoming showrunner to say, but

>Good eras of Doctor Who happen when the creators pursue a specific stylistic goal and execute it well.

I disagree. Some good eras are like that but my favorite is Hartnell and it pretty much had the maximum possible degree of variety in terms of style (not to say it didn't have any specific goals). Also love how all over the place the Davison era is although I realize that's more controversial. Meanwhile series 7 did have a stylistic theme, remember how every episode was supposed to be a blockbuster movie? But I get that there's a difference between genuinely going nuts vs exploring "the range and variety of Doctor Who" i.e. the range and variety of what people expect from Doctor Who. But even if Chibnall did just follow a checklist of genres, that just means it'd be similar to most seasons of NuWho.


 No.66366

File: 7876c948a35f548⋯.png (633.39 KB, 475x525, 19:21, 1466948269018.png)

I thought it was interesting Chibnall didn't show pic related in the trailer. He is really holding things close to his chest.


 No.66367

>>66366

Nobody else understands this meme you fucking cretin


 No.66368

>>66367

you're the only one who doesn't understand it

it's not your fault you weren't in the thread where anon discovered that this unnamed alien was some intergalactic legend


 No.66369

File: 755a385f1195ec9⋯.png (455.84 KB, 434x535, 434:535, 1466948269019.png)

>>66367

How can you not know who she is? She's infamous.


 No.66370

>>66367

fuc off the Infamous is based


 No.66371

File: 143c8c30d8629e1⋯.png (812.67 KB, 842x701, 842:701, greg ooh yeah.png)

What do you think greg's big announcement is going to be?


 No.66372

>>66371

He's gonna tour


 No.66373


 No.66374

remember that time cybermen had super speed and never did again?


 No.66375

>>66373

Mr. Cloister, tear down this anon.


 No.66376

File: 558ef62a5e29e27⋯.png (13.89 KB, 312x120, 13:5, Screen Shot 2018-07-20 at ….png)


 No.66377

>>66376

>Inspect element

Oh no no no AHAHAHAHA


 No.66378

>>66377

go outside


 No.66379

>>66378

I'd rather go inside you.


 No.66380

>>66379

morph


 No.66382

File: b9039aa3b2af38a⋯.png (599.91 KB, 943x666, 943:666, Screen Shot 2018-07-20 at ….png)

File: 2d97cb185660176⋯.png (700.04 KB, 941x668, 941:668, Screen Shot 2018-07-20 at ….png)

File: 911a8753c4eeec1⋯.png (228.22 KB, 932x662, 466:331, Screen Shot 2018-07-20 at ….png)

Hear that lonesome whippoorwill

He sounds too blue to fly

The midnight train is whining low

I'm so lonesome I could cry

I've never seen a night so long

When time goes crawling by

The moon just went behind the clouds

To hide its face and cry

Did you ever see a robin weep

When leaves begin to die?

That means he's lost the will to live

I'm so lonesome I could cry

The silence of a falling star

Lights up a purple sky

And as I wonder where you are

I'm so lonesome I could cry


 No.66386

>>66385

>This isn't really on-topic

Enjoy your ban.


 No.66387

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

was it crykino?


 No.66388

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

DWE?


 No.66389

>>65985

There are no writers working in television today that are as bad as Pip and Jane Baker.


 No.66390

>>66389

I'd say Planet of the Dead, Victory of the Daleks, and Lie of the Land were all worse than Time and the Rani, and that's just Doctor Who. Utter catastrophic incompetence is more interesting than standard mediocre incompetence.


 No.66391

File: aeb6e0acd1faaee⋯.png (1.16 MB, 736x865, 736:865, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.66392

File: f729148d85d4e07⋯.gif (1.57 MB, 608x300, 152:75, 83AC794F-7315-4E30-92A2-B3….gif)

File: 9b2ceb02e126824⋯.gif (3.69 MB, 710x350, 71:35, 8720B0B2-8FC8-47BA-961A-93….gif)

File: 17d937e05e3f132⋯.gif (1.13 MB, 608x306, 304:153, 7E2DCE81-4635-435D-8D87-6E….gif)

File: aa695162c4c6e1a⋯.gif (3.69 MB, 535x301, 535:301, 6DF058E4-FEF9-45E9-85F1-7C….gif)

File: 5d50b15b657fc0c⋯.gif (4.93 MB, 1190x590, 119:59, 9F76A104-1A5E-4D4E-B015-A8….gif)

It looks like a lot of location shots are going to look great. I’m not a huge fan of that planet with the green sky, but I think this series is going to look better than the last few, at least in terms of locations and sets. What do you guys think?


 No.66393

File: aba3b8e7070377c⋯.png (50.75 KB, 704x443, 704:443, Screen Shot 2018-07-20 at ….png)

What did he mean by this?


 No.66394

>>66392

the green sky is pretty gross, especially because the color of the flame overlapping it is so unnatural and 'digital' looking


 No.66395

>>66394

green sky

pink sun

nilsos gay


 No.66396

>>66394

Perhaps they will fix that. There have been slightly unfinished effects in who trailers before

>>66392

This gives me hope for the aesthetic of the show, and then the lime green sky kills it


 No.66397

the lime green sky is very 70s-who


 No.66398

>>66392

I think from what we've seen so far, it's visually pretty different yeah. Not sure how I feel about the aesthetic so far. Those gifs are kind of ugly, in my opinion. Drab. It looks sort of like Broadchurch, especially that last gif.

I didn't even notice the green sky when I watched the trailer. I guess that's the part that was supposed to make it look distinctly alien.


 No.66399

File: b7736e61f618327⋯.png (620.12 KB, 910x520, 7:4, 10no.png)

>>66392

looks the same to me, just with different cameras and cinematography

any chance the lens flare is just there to make the trailer pop, or is that in-camera?

i don't want to be JJ Who


 No.66400

>>66392

3rd one and last one look pretty nice, especially so with e CC on the last one


 No.66401

>>66399

could be the camera, they've mentioned multiple times they're using new kinds of lenses


 No.66402

Reminder the trailer is probably just the first 3 episodes


 No.66403

im gonna make nilsos lenses flare up real good


 No.66404

File: 3cf360452de9430⋯.gif (4.4 MB, 350x250, 7:5, 6864756B-9512-43C1-961C-4F….gif)

>>66400

> with e CC on the last one


 No.66405

nilso came so hard, his balls turned to dust


 No.66408

File: f1b44dcfeedbee5⋯.jpg (27.15 KB, 824x422, 412:211, the doctor nuts.jpg)


 No.66409

nilso came so hard, his dick retracted into his groin, moved up his spine and exited via the mouth


 No.66410

>>66409

morph


 No.66411

>>66409

This is hot, very hot.


 No.66412

nilso came so hard, his urethra was prolapsed by the force of the ejaculation


 No.66413

File: 09924cf8811c83d⋯.jpg (34.15 KB, 720x362, 360:181, 13sonic.jpg)


 No.66414

nilso came so hard, his balls shrivelled to the size of after dinner mints


 No.66415


 No.66416

https://mobile.twitter.com/DoctorWho_BBCA/status/1020095289221251072/video/1

>I got rejected by the Tardis

Jodie confirmed that the Tardis kicked her out for being a girl


 No.66417


 No.66418

File: d4cbd5002adafff⋯.png (87.19 KB, 587x413, 587:413, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.66419

File: 92a0ce25dbd535c⋯.png (1.84 MB, 1080x1920, 9:16, 81abf57.png)

>>66416

>brings 1st and 12th Doctors together so that they will convince eachother to regenerate

>kicks the doctor out to a huge drop because she is no longer a white male

based Tardis


 No.66420

>>66418

>you need to ask before explaining something or you're being rude

ffs


 No.66421

Nilsos donated his cum to the Resistance. Anything to fight donny Drumpf!


 No.66422

>>66421

what does the resistance need cum for?


 No.66423

>>66422

They're making a second Trump balloon, filling it with white people's cum and blowing it up. Symbolises their desire to end the white race.


 No.66424

>>66423

absolutely based. i'd donate my cum for a cause like that


 No.66425

>>66411

this isn't me but I approve the sentiment


 No.66426

I watched Doctor Who as a teen. It's trying to watch it now seeing how cucked it was even back then, and how cucked it is right now.

Even in 2005 it was full of propaganda, but nothing on this scale. These people have lost their minds.

One thing I noticed when rewatching the show is that interracial couples were always portrayed negatively. Rose has a black boyfriend, but she doesn't like him and the black dude gets literally cucked. The black guy ends up together with a black girl in the end.

Doctor gets a black companion who loves him, but he doesn't like her. She ends up with a black dude in the end.

One of the companions was going to marry a nigger, but the nigger turned out to be a bad guy who was just tricking her.

It used to be full of these moments where they shove diversity and interracial couples into your face, but then all those couples break up or get mocked. It's almost like the Doctor Who writers were forced to add diversity to the show, so they purposely fucked over those forced diversity characters.

After David Tennant it's full unironic fuck hwyte peple and fuck DRUMF.


 No.66427

nilso wears jorts


 No.66428

I think they switch directors right before Matt Smith. That's pretty much the point where it stopped being good even for my standards.

I didn't even care about politics at the time and I still had to drop the series at the episode Let's kill Hitler.

The worst episode of anything I've ever seen. Maybe that was the point when I started sympathizing with Hitler.


 No.66429

File: f938a9c6e65c833⋯.jpg (1.11 MB, 4250x1922, 2125:961, f938a9c6e65c8338c0a99c7ead….jpg)

Noon Aus

4PM UK

11AM US

Saturday

?


 No.66430

I stopped watching after Capaldi tookover. Nothing wrong with him, he seemed funny. I just lost interest in the show completely while he was doing those amnesia episodes.


 No.66431

>>66430

This is really unlike you tit.


 No.66432

>>66431

I do not like Thirteen because she is a woman.


 No.66433

>>66429

>Noon Aus

do you mean midnight?


 No.66434

https://youtu.be/ky9Ro9pP2gc

What the HELL are you listening to, /who/?


 No.66435

File: fa283dc50b66a87⋯.jpg (34.36 KB, 768x432, 16:9, Diiim0kWAAE7Wkp.jpg)

Doctor LESBIAN


 No.66436

>>66433

That's what we call noon where I'm from (yes).


 No.66437

>>66436

what the fuck?


 No.66438

>>66436

>>66437

what the actual fuck though


 No.66439

>>66436

What do you call noon then?


 No.66440

>>66437

>>66438

>>66439

…it was a joke, that's why I put the (yes) in brackets.


 No.66441

>>66440

thought you were serious too and was questioning everything


 No.66442

File: 130a626abcf7f64⋯.jpg (534.31 KB, 1000x689, 1000:689, 13542540-high-.jpg)

File: 614a9e96f180fb3⋯.jpg (22.59 KB, 375x214, 375:214, Doctor-Who-3.07-42-Doctor-….jpg)

How do you think you could describe the overall visual aesthetic of seriess 11 based on the trailer? Like how the RTD years had grimy spaceships, but in the Moffat years, theyre sometimes quite minimalist and clean. Or How people dress, or whatever… Just interested to hear everyone's thoughts


 No.66443

File: aa26d37fb138fda⋯.jpg (88.16 KB, 1000x1000, 1:1, IMG_20180720_100247.jpg)

File: 37259bf451a24b5⋯.jpg (86.79 KB, 780x924, 65:77, IMG_20180720_100250.jpg)

Jodie a cute


 No.66444

File: 81156def89028c4⋯.jpg (43.65 KB, 750x281, 750:281, DigKeIuXsAkqmdk.jpg)

Why do Americans get the better looking Screwdriver?


 No.66445

JPEGMAFIA > Death Grips

this verges the nil


 No.66446

>>66442

lens flare


 No.66447

>>66443

based

i love her


 No.66448

There's a rumour that David Jason is going to guest star this series. If so, then kino


 No.66449

File: ab3c2d72331a32e⋯.jpg (34.83 KB, 745x720, 149:144, 1463123596018.jpg)

DWE?


 No.66450

File: 8b9c20f3cbc7660⋯.gif (1.37 MB, 429x292, 429:292, 1378139896095.gif)

>>66448

>have to google "david jason" to see who you're talking about

>it's just some fucking old guy

WHERE WERE YOU WHEN DOCTOR WHO WAS SAVED


 No.66451

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

ITS FUCKING OUT!!!!!!!!!


 No.66452

>>66450

>doesnt recognise a true national treasure

fucking foreigner. Next you'll be asking who Steven Fry is


 No.66453

>>66452

who is "steven" fry?


 No.66454

>>66450

he played the best batman


 No.66455


 No.66456

oh no… poor greg :(


 No.66457

>>66443

did she dress up in her doctor outfit at comicon, or is that a fan's cosplay she put on? the rainbow looks different and I don't remember the press studs


 No.66458

>>66457

its the one theyre selling to people, not the proper filming one


 No.66459

>>66458

they're selling an officially licensed jodie coat?


 No.66460

>>66459

whole costume together as a set actually


 No.66461

>>66460

what if I just want the shirt


 No.66462

File: 2e2010dfc3d4802⋯.jpeg (342.67 KB, 1200x1600, 3:4, Dic3L-jU0AEjaCa.jpg-large.jpeg)


 No.66463

>>66458

>>66459

>>66460

>>66461

>>66462

how much is it and is there somewhere you can order it online? because I unironically want the shirt


 No.66464

File: 6e66482d0126199⋯.jpg (14.61 KB, 322x322, 1:1, 1519109633635.jpg)

>>66451

>greg has worked for infiniti cars for 5 years but was laid off because the branch is shutting down

>greg's big announcement that he hyped up yesterday is that he's now unemployed

>the video is him slowly processing what's happening to him

what the fuck?


 No.66465

Neo, Kinda and Skelly are the only Gregfags here


 No.66466

File: 735315fd8e40c13⋯.jpg (2.9 MB, 1941x2391, 647:797, 1520499337783.jpg)

>>66464

>greg's big announcement that he hyped up yesterday is that he's now unemployed


 No.66467

>>66463

Don't think it's available yet. If you're not bothered about getting an official one there have been loads of knock-off t-shirts on Redbubble since the costume was first announced.


 No.66468

>>66467

if it's not official it will trigger my autism


 No.66469

https://www.cinemablend.com/television/2450829/doctor-who-star-jodie-whittaker-reveals-how-the-new-costume-came-together

>[the coat has] pockets, but there's no buttons, because I don't close it — so why have buttons?

>commercial version has buttons

what did BBC merchandising mean by this


 No.66470

File: 2700e1c9c2d7061⋯.jpg (30.24 KB, 341x512, 341:512, laughing tennant davies.jpg)

>>66449

oh my god

i have no idea but i'd like to see the DWE for the novelty


 No.66471

>>66449

The VNAs. Possibly the bit in Love and War where Ace cusses out the Doctor.


 No.66472

>>66449

Return of Doctor Mystero


 No.66473

File: 46656f6bb5172cb⋯.jpg (56.94 KB, 500x452, 125:113, hello_darkness_my_old_frie….jpg)

>>66471

>Ace cusses out the Doctor.

Quote?


 No.66474

>>66462

why are there so many contradicting shades of blue? The shirt, pants and coat innards are all a similar enough blue that the fact they're slightly different makes the color balance really messy


 No.66475

File: 75e79bf69b7af2d⋯.jpg (34.68 KB, 640x480, 4:3, worried sylv.jpg)

>>66471

>Were we ever mates?

<'Yes' the Doctor shouted, his voice that of an aggreived little boy.

>We can't have been. You're not human, right, Professor? You're so clever, you little shit.

oh damn


 No.66476

Fuck the Doctor!


 No.66477

>>66475

why did ace say they weren't mates?


 No.66478

I lost interest in the show when I was fifteen and blame it on Capaldi and Moffat - most RTDfags


 No.66479

File: 8ce11001a84c567⋯.png (161.15 KB, 983x438, 983:438, doctor who pol.png)

who was in the wrong here?


 No.66480

The show was so much better when I was a kid. Also the best Doctor is the one who's episodes aired when i was about 7, coincidentally. - every doctor who fan

that includes me btw


 No.66481

File: e7fb895a996d37a⋯.png (34.88 KB, 203x109, 203:109, Screen Shot 2018-07-20 at ….png)

>>66462

is it just me or do those shirt sleeves look like those ridiculously short armpit-showing sleeves that female shirts have


 No.66482

>>66477

That scene occurs towards the very end of the book, after the Doctor has just done the most emotionally traumatising "master schemer" thing he's ever done to her, so she's understandably upset.


 No.66483

File: 23e44c316f49689⋯.jpg (45.74 KB, 455x600, 91:120, 1443573574910.jpg)

>>66475

>you little shit.


 No.66484

A giant fish monster in the Thames causing the river to freeze is okay but black people in England is too hard for me to believe


 No.66485

>>66482

And what was the thing he had done?


 No.66486

>>66484

only one of those two things is presented to the audience as being part of the fictional world of the show


 No.66487

>>66209

Chibs' one is better


 No.66488

>>66486

What is the first year you can start having black people in historicals?


 No.66489

File: a2510f06ac4ea40⋯.png (212.17 KB, 169x487, 169:487, 1443431754708.png)

>666 replies


 No.66490


 No.66491

>>66490

Because of Obama?


 No.66492


 No.66493

>>66491

Wasnt he meant to end the recession?


 No.66494

>>66493

He would have if the Master didn’t interfere


 No.66495

>>66493

yeah but john simm deleted that part of his brain. Obama hadnt written it down anywhere, he just memorised it. So when John Simm did the thing it was all gone


 No.66496

>>66484

I like Thin Ice and think this is the shittest argument ever


 No.66497


 No.66498

>>66497

I hear Chibnalls seething


 No.66499

>>66497

Hoodie's gonna freak


 No.66500

>>66497

God she's charming.

>maybe we can throw in a few tweaks for next season

PLEASE YES


 No.66501

>>66497

she's so fucking cool


 No.66502

File: 8ec70dab490855c⋯.png (747.36 KB, 767x606, 767:606, 1466948269016.png)

>>66449

>Fuck the Doctor


 No.66503

File: 6786ce2ad030e5e⋯.png (129.82 KB, 217x424, 217:424, 1515815748520.png)

>>66497

>chibnall filming jodie on his phone like a proud dad

that's so cute


 No.66504

>>66497

>you're not dressing as a girl

>you're not dressing as a boy

>you're dressing as the doctor

BASED


 No.66505

File: 51f0760a3513ab8⋯.png (2.68 KB, 130x48, 65:24, ClipboardImage.png)

n-nani?!?


 No.66506

>>66505

It's not funny logging in to a dead man's account and pretending to be him


 No.66507

File: ba9c94037668283⋯.png (70.63 KB, 217x424, 217:424, chibsFilming.png)


 No.66508

>>66507

*snap*


 No.66509

>>66392

>green sky

cant believe jodie is going to Namek


 No.66510

File: c2072bc9a3fcefa⋯.webm (1.42 MB, 480x270, 16:9, drumpf btfo AGAIN.webm)

DWE?


 No.66511

File: 230c81c4b13a8ed⋯.jpg (2.75 MB, 3099x4300, 3099:4300, painting.jpg)

File: 319098b47994aa9⋯.jpg (2.26 MB, 3503x3503, 1:1, clusterfuck.jpg)

Hate to post it for the billionth time, but the super high res version of these pics is out http://www.farfarawaysite.com/section/doctor/gallery7/gallery.htm


 No.66512

>>66511

I unironically like both of these


 No.66513

I'm catching up on the Torchwood stream material Neo—the chronological format works so good, I'm shook. Any misgivings I had have been squashed and I'm hype as fuck for the rest of it.


 No.66514

File: 61b73b1a494aae4⋯.jpg (135.33 KB, 728x1010, 364:505, DijI6EEWkAApQcz.jpg)

File: 61337a3d8003348⋯.jpg (126.34 KB, 728x1010, 364:505, DijI6EFX4AM_5L2.jpg)

File: 201f94a12901e7e⋯.jpg (120.02 KB, 728x1010, 364:505, DijI6EFXsAABnON.jpg)

File: 7d30b6d39ba205b⋯.jpg (76.36 KB, 600x433, 600:433, DijJOUnX4AAe-3H.jpg)


 No.66515

>>66449

I roared with laughter at this in the trailer.

>>66451

OH FUCK

>>66465

Storm has literally written fanfiction about Greg.


 No.66516

Wedding when?


 No.66517

>>66514

Why is the Doctor's image lower in quality compared to the others?


 No.66518

>>66513

You've no idea how genuinely happy I am to hear that Tom! I'm so excited to go on the rest of the journey with you and the others. As we clear out these series 1 episodes and move into the proto Torchwood Institute stuff drawn from tonnes of sources I think it's gonna be massively interesting and genuinely something no one else has done before. I think we're gonna generate quite a bit of interesting discussion and insights (already some interesting stuff was said about comparing Month 25 to series 1).


 No.66519

>>66516

In about 2 hours, I'm working on the script right now.

What are you hyped to see in Part 2, /who/?


 No.66520

File: 8e8fe7feaff98a5⋯.png (7.78 KB, 509x619, 509:619, 1532054438562.png)

I don't think I'm ready for the "greg is unemployed" arc


 No.66521

>>66519

>moffchad flag

hmmmmmm


 No.66522

>>66519

ohhhh no no no no no no no no


 No.66523

File: b37e7e6d7e1db95⋯.jpg (29.97 KB, 584x338, 292:169, tw26-exit-wounds.jpg)

I believe I can see the future

'Cause I repeat the same routine

I think I used to have a purpose

But then again, that might have been a dream

I think I used to have a voice

Now I never make a sound

I just do what I've been told

I really don't want them to come around, oh no

Every day is exactly the same

Every day is exactly the same

There is no love here and there is no pain

Every day is exactly the same


 No.66524

>>66518

>I think we're gonna generate quite a bit of interesting discussion and insights

I really think it has, I enjoyed that talk about Churchill during the Doctor Dances

>>66519

Me, if I'm in it, seems no one bothered to invite me


 No.66525

>>66524

Oh yeah good point, that was an interesting discussion and I think one of the rare points you can super clearly see an actual cultural division between Aus / UK / US / other /who/res.


 No.66526

File: e09c908d60ac96f⋯.png (95.4 KB, 540x380, 27:19, 11giraffe.png)

Birth


 No.66527

Ryte! This is gonna biff hun!


 No.66528

>>66521

Is this better?


 No.66529

Who's the moffchad flag anon?


 No.66530


 No.66531

>>66528

No, I was wondering which /who/re uses the moffchad flag


 No.66532

>>66531

More than one at various times.


 No.66534

daybeenanon in stream!


 No.66535

File: 95b220b720bb991⋯.png (397.6 KB, 450x600, 3:4, god.png)

Well I used to stand for something

But forgot what that could be

There's a lot of me inside you

Maybe you're afraid to see

Well I used to stand for something

Now I'm on my hands and knees

Trading in my god for this one

And he signs his name with a capital G


 No.66536

>>66529

the mod that isn't nilso


 No.66537

>>66536

No, I only ever put that flag on when I post as a mod. I do it to increase my standing with you anons, like how all rural politicians wear cowboy hats.


 No.66538

>>66537

>like how all rural politicians wear cowboy hats

kek


 No.66539

new thread when?


 No.66541


 No.66568

File: 48dc85937d43cd8⋯.jpg (170.15 KB, 2075x503, 2075:503, monkas.jpg)


 No.66632

File: a3dae8854d7620e⋯.png (3.04 KB, 358x25, 358:25, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.66634

>>66632

You're in an old thread mate.


 No.66887

>>66511

>>66514

I wish the series was as colourful as these promo pics.


 No.74378

>>65839

Is this Doctor Who or Blockbusters




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