As any child of the 80s will know, music videos used to be something special, to be cherished and admired while watching The Chart Show on a Saturday morning (in the UK) and MTV if you were a bit fancier.
Hey, you know how it is. One minute you're walking down a London street, minding your own business, when you accidentally step into a police call box and all of a sudden you're inside the TARDIS and the Doctor has enlisted your help fighting aliens. I hate when that happens.
While visiting Singapore, Marvel Comics talent scout C.B. Cebulski discovered Dr. Who bottled water, an oxygenated beverage that has absolutely nothing to do with the television show. The legality of this seems somewhat dodgy, but hey, at least we now know that Dr. Who contains no sodium or carbohydrates. Also, the…
Here's something you never knew you wanted: a supercut of Doctors killing bad guys with OG Who weaponry. For someone averse to firearms, he's pretty good with them. Tom Baker's thousand-yard stare makes the hair on my neck stand up.
At the 2011 Bay Area Maker Faire, Adam Savage of Mythbusters teamed up with Tesla coil musical troupe ArcAttack for some freestyle cage dancing. This is definitely one of those "Don't Try This At Home" moments.
Here's an exclusive sneak peek at IDW Publishing's latest issue of Tony Lee's Doctor Who. In the final installment of "Ripper's Curse," the Eleventh Doctor's time-meddling may have put Amy Pond in the Ripper's path.
Cartoonist Kate Beaton — who helms the webcomic Hark, a Vagrant and once wrote the adventures of Sexy Batman — has never watched Doctor Who, but that didn't stop her from writing her own Who comic. In her adventure, "the Doctor with hair like this" and "hot sidekick assistant" "go back in time and solve a thing."