He’s like fire and ice and rage. He’s like the night and the storm in the heart of the sun. He’s ancient and forever. He burns at the centre of time and can see the turn of the universe. And… he’s wonderful.
Imagine the Doctor needing someone to risk their life to save the day. You fit all of the requirements and as his companion, you’re completely prepared to take the risk. When you try to point this out to him, he immediately shuts you out.
“No. Not you.”
“What? Why not? I can fit through that hole and I’m the only person here who-”
“I said NO! Stop it, someone else can go.”
(Requested by anon ~ ah! Barely anyone requests 10 and he’s my favourite so I hope you like it!!)
Summery: the doctor asks you to be a companion.
It was a normal day for normal you, life had been incredible boring recently and you’ve been looking for that perfect get-away holiday. Little did you know that was closer than you think.
As you walked down the high street you stopped by a small travel agents window, staring at the horrendously high rocked holidays you sighed before pulling out your headphones and walking on.
Switching on your favourite playlist you headed to work, you stepped out onto the road up ahead you could see in an alley a crowd of early workers just like yourself.
You wondered what type of lives they must lead and where they all work, all questions that probably wouldn’t be answered.
You stared back down on your phone shuffling through the songs until you found that perfect one. Smiling now satisfied, you look back up to spot a tall brunette man staring directly at you.
Furrowing your eyebrows you try to avoid the on-coming man, however you couldn’t ignore his look. His eyes were sharp and wise like his soul was old, his coat flailed behind him as you noticed how fast he was walking.
Then just as you passed him, you felt a strong hand take grip on your upper arm, he spins you around almost dragging you behind him.
“Just keep walking, don’t be alarmed. I’m the doctor and I need your help.” He muttered under his breath, his eyes darted from side to side to see if anyone noticed. However they didn’t.
“The doctor? Doctor who?” You asked quietly, your breathing shook as you tried to keep up with the tall man.
“You don’t remember me? Of course you don’t you were one last time you saw me.” He half spoke to you and half spoke to himself.
You were confused, as a child you grew up on stories of a doctor but he was just a story.
“What do you need me for?” You questioned, the doctor looked at you as soon as a tall blue police box came into view.
“Like I said, I need your help. You’ll either trust me and get into the TARDIS, that big blue box over there or you’ll go to work and forget this ever happened. But I know that somewhere in that brilliant mind of yours, you know who I am and pick the right choice.” The doctor stared you in the eyes.
He was right, you remembered the stories. So you simply looked at the TARDIS and whispered…
(Explanation under the cut. TL;DR - The Doctor takes on Raven Reyes as a companion and with the help of her genius, Abby Griffin’s insight, and a little faith in humanity, he prevents the nuclear explosions from happening in the first place. And in a universe with no Ark, the City of Light is real - not a trick of artificial intelligence. Everyone lives. Everyone thrives. The end.)
today i wish the happiest birthday on earth to the incredible woman, who played my absolutely favorite Doctor’s companion ever, Donna Noble, and Beatrice, who made me fall in love with Much Ado About Nothing and passionately wish to ever play Benedick. the woman who is a part of the most hilarious, talented and generally awesome duo ever, who is an amazing comedian, who is i’m happy to be a fan of. hope, she’s having a great day today. Happy Birthday, Catherine Tate!
David Tennant is returning as the Tenth Doctor alongside Catherine Tate as his companion Donna Noble in three Doctor Who Audio Dramas!
David Tennant portrayed the Doctor on screen from 2005 until 1 January 2010, returning to play alongside Matt Smith and John Hurt in the 50th Anniversary special The Day of the Doctor in 2013. Catherine Tate made her debut as Donna in December 2006, and after a series and two festive specials she made her last appearance alongside David on 1 January 2010. Their on-screen partnership is generally regarded as one of the great high-points of the enduring science fiction phenomenon.
In Doctor Who – The Tenth Doctor Adventures: Time Reaver by Jenny T Colgan the Doctor and Donna arrive on Calibris - ‘An entirely mechanical planet. Catch, hitch, fuel, fix, buy, pretty much any kind of transportation in existence.’ It’s also a world full of scoundrels, where a deadly black market has opened up in a device known only as the Time Reaver.
Russell explains: "I wanted the Master to retain the basics really - his charm, his wit, even his sexuality, which we saw as far back as The Time Monster. I wanted to stress that he’s the opposite of the tenth Doctor, with his own Tardis, albeit stolen, his own companion, who’s also his wife - blonde, like an evil Rose - and his own screwdriver, and even his own suit, to mirror David’s. A black costume always seemed to work; he’d just look odd in beige. We took some photos of him in an ordinary suit, for Saxon’s pre-election days of the Saxon website, and he looked so un-Masterly.
The beard was discussed at infinite length,“ remembers Russell,"It was on, it was off, John wanted it, then didn’t, I didn’t, then did - but in the end we decided that in stripping everything down to basics, it just wasn't needed. Also I always loved the Master’s power of hypnosis, and took that up a notch with Archangel. What else? Sadly, we never got in the words "I am the Master, and you will obey me” - but you can kind of assume that that was happening on a global scale.“
Russell T. Davies on The Master’s modern-Who development
Day 7 of Black History of awesome Black female characters!
Martha Jones was the companion to the tenth doctor from Dr. Who. A doctor herself, after being thrown into the world of scifi oddity, became a faithful friend to the Doctor. She was known for her kindness in befriending non-humans and was understanding when the Doctor didn’t return her feelings. This never stopped her from saving the universe. She took everything in stride and came out a stronger, better person. Shakespeare flirted with her so, she’s is pretty cool.
Keep juggling kicking ass, taking exams, and traveling through space and time with ease Martha!
5-part weekly event written by Paul Cornell, stars Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors and their comics companions!
The weekly event, running through August and September 2015, in place of the ongoing series, features all three Doctors from Titan’s regular ongoings. This epic event is the thrilling next chapter in Titan Comics’ bombastic Doctor Who publishing saga.
The first issue releases Wednesday August 12, supported by the global Doctor Who Comics Day on Saturday August 15!
Writer Paul Cornell has penned classic episodes from the Doctor Who TV series (‘Father’s Day’, 'Human Nature/Family of Blood’, both Hugo-nominated), classic Doctor Who novels, as well as successful comic book runs on titles such as Wolverine, Action Comics, Demon Knights, and Captain Britain and MI:13.
The Event follows straight on from the issue #15 conclusions of Year One, with the second years of the Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors beginning after the event’s blistering finale!
Three Doctors, three companions, one action-packed mystery!
Don’t miss out on the next chapter!
Look for more information on the interior artist to follow in due course!