The Doctor’s T.A.R.D.I.S. It is bigger on the inside, because there’s a lot more wool in it then you would suspect. It is to small to make all the letters separately, unfortunately for ‘police (public call) box’ and ‘pull to open’ (which the Doctor never does…)
Metropolitan Police Box (1948) - blue in colour. Used to direct calls to the police station before the mobile/cell phone. Made famous by the long-running, iconic, British TV series, Doctor Who (the “TARDIS”). Unlike an ordinary callbox, its telephone was located behind a hinged door so it could be used from the outside, and the interior of the box was, in effect, a miniature police station for use by police officers to read and fill in reports, take meal breaks and even temporarily hold prisoners until the arrival of transport.
February 1st is Hourly Comic Book Day, and this year I decided to take part with something a little silly, and hopefully a little poignant, to mark the week Peter Capaldi announced he was leaving Doctor Who.
Here’s all 24 of the strips that I created and tweeted on the hour throughout the day!