You are cordially invited to check out my recently renovated tumblr. site. (Yelling "Geronimo!!!" when you click the link is optional.) As with my site’s previous incarnation, this one pays homage to Doctor Who. Since the Wanderers in the 4th Dimension Doctor Who podcast that I co-host will be temporarily halting our classic Doctor Who journey in order to focus our attention on series 8, I decided my tumblr. site should also reflect this new Capaldi era.
BTW, in case anyone is interested in recreating that twirling timepiece look, Photoshop users can achieve it by applying what’s known as a “Droste effect” filter. The plugin is one that will likely need to be acquired via a third party source.
Grrrr… Arrrrgh… *hugs*
And for my next trick… Watch carefully as I, The Amazing Capaldi, make my companion disappear!
*waves sonic screwdriver and utters magic words* "Allons-y Peanut Butter Sandwiches!"
(Kids, don’t try this at home.)
A rude awakening at 3:21 AM this morning, prompted me to make this. BTW: The quake registered a magnitude of 6.0 on the ol’ Richter scale.
While re-watching the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary special the other day, I noticed that the quote Clara writes on the board potentially answers a question the Doctor poses in the series 8 trailer.
Don’t miss this fantastic drone cam footage of Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman sitting at the base of Rio de Janeiro’s famed Christ the Redeemer stature.
Imagine my elation when I heard the Doctor Who World Tour was headed to The Big Apple. Turns out, they meant the OTHER Big Apple. I’m so, so sorry that I missed out on the East Coast’s festivities. But hey, thanks for all the photos. It was almost like being there in person. I figured I’d return the favor (“favour”, if you prefer) by posting one of my own. Greetings from Cupertino, California - U.S.A. Now, if someone would kindly tell me the secret to getting out of this infinite loop, I’d be extremely grateful.
REMINDER: As many of you know, I co-host a weekly Doctor Who-themed podcast geared toward people (such as myself) who are fans of modern era Who and would like to take the classic Who plunge. Since first debuting in February of this year, our podcast has covered mainly just the classic material, but that’s about to change. Our sequential coverage of classic Doctor Who will be temporarily put on hiatus so that we may bring our listeners up-to-date series 8 coverage and reviews. Once series 8 wraps up, we will resume our classic Doctor Who coverage right where we left off, which just so happens to be the start of the Patrick Troughton era. In case you’re wondering, we cover lost episodes too. Both our series 8 coverage and the start of the Troughton material should be great jumping on points, so if you’re not following along already, consider seeking us out on iTunes. As always, links to our podcast’s site, Facebook page, and iTunes links, are furnished on my site’s main page. Note: iTunes is country specific. Links to iTunes U.K. and iTunes U.S. are furnished. People in other countries can find us on their respective iTunes store’s site.