For everyone who doesn’t have an iPhone or iPad, just head on over to the “Doctor Who” Soundboard and give the sound clips a test run! That thing is addictive to play with so don’t start unless you’ve got the time… or a TARDIS.
The detailed and re-engineered working replica of Peter Capaldi’s iconic device will make its exclusive debut at San Diego Comic-Con on July 8, 2015. While editions will be available at select retailers later this summer, the ones sold at Comic-Con will be individually laser numbered and come with a signed certificate of authenticity.
The Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular, a live show, which sold out when it premiered in Australia, will be staged for the first time in the U.S. at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York on Wednesday October 7, 2015. The event, produced and presented by Vision Nine, will be one of the headline events of New York Super Week, which takes over the city October 5-11 in the lead-up to the main event New York Comic Con, taking place October 8-11 at the Javits Center.
It’s Christmas in the North Pole when the Doctor and Clara return to BBC AMERICA in an all-new Christmas special. This year the Time Lord and his companion are in for an all-new adventure as stars Capaldi and Jenna Coleman are joined by Nick Frost (the actor and screenwriter of Spaced and Shaun of the Dead) as Santa Claus!
The trickiest part of writing a tie-in novel with a movie or TV franchise is making the characters speak with the voices we have come to know on screen. In this sense, Doctor Who: Engines of War is a success. Author George Mann brings the War Doctor to life in this adventure that takes place during the Time War. Throughout the course of the story, I could hear John Hurt’s voice in the dialogue.