No matter how many times I see this scene (from The Sarah Jane Adventures episode, Death of the Doctor), It fills me with so many happy emotions.
Because in this moment, however brief, I can see the Doctor, with his white hair and slick suit, sitting with a young adventurous woman named Jo Grant, like no time had passed at all.
Even though his face has changed and his personality, he still has the same values, the same love of life…
And most of all, the same memory. He always remembers them.
And he’s so proud of them.
The universe is standing still
Doctor Who fandom can we please stop saying that Eleven remotely liked Nixon please I am begging you
Amy Pond has no characteristics > She doesn’t behave immaturely - whether out of boredom, frustration or withheld emotions - quite a lot, especially throughout the first episodes of Series Five. She doesn’t have an extremely immature (to say the least) attitude to sex, either.
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A New Year’s treat for you all: “John Smith And The Common Men”, the 1984/V for Vendetta-inspired comic story that appeared in last month’s DWM.
It’s really good! Here’s the ending.
I did not spend ages scanning this thing in on two seperate scanners (one of which I had to hold the plug in the exact right place for throughout the five-minute scanning process or else it would turn off) for it to get less than three notes.
…Well, apparently I did. But have a Doctor Who comic anyway.
Thank you, Raggedy Man