So is anyone in the Horatio Hornblower fandom over Archie?
Gods, no. I cry my eyes out every time I watch it.
“Hyu like vot hyu see dollink?”
Inspired by the most recent Girl Genius page, I scribbled this out when I got home from class this morning. I was drawing the base and I just couldn’t cover her up, SO BATHING SUIT ON THE BEACH IT IS. General Gkika! Woo!
She’ll snap you in two and look good doin’ it.
Veet and I can be just this sarcastic about our twinship…
Jamie McCrimmon in Gallifreyan
Hi, guys. Yeah, I’m still alive. Gods, I’m horrible about keeping up with tumblr. I do still love you all, really. I’m just so damn tired. And of course, the doctors still don’t know why I’m sick. Yay.
The Monocled Mutineer
New details have emerged about The Light at the End, the two-hour full cast audio drama from Big Finish that will celebrate fifty years of Doctor Who. Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy and Paul McGann will be together playing the Doctor, and are accompanied by companions Louise Jameson as Leela, Sarah Sutton as Nyssa, Nicola Bryant as Peri, Sophie Aldred as Ace and India Fisher as Charley. Flying the flag for the forces of evil is Geoffrey Beevers as The Master, who has devised his most cunning plan yet.
The guest cast for Doctor Who: The Light at the End includes Oliver Hume as an early incarnation of Straxus (a Time Lord who has appeared several times before in the audio dramas, most recently in Dark Eyes), John Dorney as Bob Dovie, and Nicholas Briggs, who plays the mysterious Vess.
Briefly dropping in will be (deep breath) William Russell as Ian, Carole Ann Ford as Susan, Maureen O’Brien as Vicki, Peter Purves as Steven, Jean Marsh as Sara, Anneke Wills as Polly, Frazer Hines as Jamie, Wendy Padbury as Zoe, Katy Manning as Jo, Janet Fielding as Tegan and Mark Strickson as Turlough!
Nick Briggs: “Though we wanted to include every surviving actor from the Doctor’s past, it wasn’t possible – but we did manage to get nearly everyone!”
KAREN GILLAN for z’Ombéal: SAY NO TO BRAINS - The Nerdist on BBC America
In today’s society there’s a lot of pressure to not… eat… brains.
Okay, so their big thing for the 50th anniversary special is brining back Ten and Rose? Seriously? In fifty years of history they just go back to the last Doctor?
Not saying anything against Ten and Rose, mind, but come on. We’re celebrating fifty years, not the new series.