Doctor Who in the style of Edward Gorey. (Boo, Adric! Yay, Wirrn!)
Here’s the complete table of contents for The New Yorker‘s Science Fiction Issue. You can read pieces by Jennifer Egan, Colson Whitehead, China Mièville, William Gibson, Laura Miller and Emily Nussbaum without a subscription.
Steven Moffat talks about Doctor Who and Sherlock. “I’m a geek. I’m a writer. I spent all of my time in my childhood obsessing about Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Who. I was alone, I was an outsider — what do you expect?”
Every April, the Gutter switches things up. This month, Romance editor Chris talks about television. Confession time: Until 2003, I had no idea what Dr. Who was. I mean, I knew there’d been a television show with that name. My Nana used to watch it occasionally. I […]
According to The Mary Sue, Helen Mirren would like to play Doctor Who. I think I’d like that even more than when Joanna Lumley was the Doctor for a minute or so in, “Doctor Who and the Curse of the Fatal Death.”
Red Eye Chicago has a collection of memories of Elisabeth Sladen from several actors she worked with on Doctor Who as well as the CBBC tribute to her.