I just realized something… Rupert Graves plays Greg Lestrade in Sherlock. Mark Sheppard plays Crowley in Supernatural. They have both played in an episode(or two) of Doctor Who with Matt Smith as the Eleventh Doctor.
I think this is the closest we’ve gotten to SuperWhoLock.
Peter Capaldi and Pearl Mackie pose in front of the TARDIS and a huge 3D pavement painting artwork by 3D Joe & Max depicting an alien landscape on the Southbank on April 12, 2017 in London. (Photos by Tim P. Whitby)
Happy 10th year anniversary to one of my all time favorite Doctor Who episodes! Thought I’d bring this back to honor this pure genius of an episode that taught me not to “Blink” in front of weeping statues. I really miss these types of episodes—great cast chemistry, cleverly woven storylines that are not overly complicated but enough to make you think, and relatable characters. This, and “Vincent and the Doctor” are the total game changer episodes that made me fall in love with show. How I wish we get to see this side of Doctor Who again.
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!
“Every time the TARDIS materializes in a new location, within the first nanosecond of landing, it analyses its surroundings, calculates a twelve-dimensional data map of everything within a thousand-mile radius and then determines which outer shell would blend in best with the environment…. and then it disguises itself as a police telephone box from 1963.”