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If you have a friend that’s not ready for tomorrow’s doctor who special here you go :).
The season 7 trailer for Doctor Who is out and has all my wibbly wobbly bits a little less wibbly wobbly.
If you haven’t watched the revamp yet do it. Most of it is on Netflix. Its not like BSG in that you get addicted in the first episode, but give it a few episodes or at least get to David Tennant and enjoy the madness :)
Since so many of you that bought the poster said we should make it into a shirt as well, we did. You were right, it looks awesome. We might make these available soon. Give it some like/reblog love to let us know if you’d maybe want one.
Just got the coolest present ever :-p
Giving away one of each unofficial Doctor Poster to 2 randomly selected people who reblog this. Thought that might be fun.
Note: Do not spam reblogs. That will disqualify you and make you disliked by normal people in general.
If you don’t want to leave it to chance you can get either poster here.
The Doctor’s biggest fear is…….himself. But that is just my opinion/theory…..which is also the correct one……
Spoilers after the jump:
Just to clarify because people seem confused.
You see a door and are attracted to it if you have faith in something, NOT FEAR. (Ex. Rory has no faith so he is shown an exit and not a door to his biggest FEAR which would make someone fall back on their FAITH, which the monster feeds on).
Pond looks in her door (Door 7, which is the age she was when the Doctor first told her to wait) and sees herself alone, waiting, and hopeless. This fear would make her fall back on her faith that the Doctor would save the day.
The Doctors door is 11. Matt Smith is the 11th doctor so I believe he saw himself in the Tardis. (You can hear the Tardis when he opens the door). What I’m much more interested in is what the Doctor has faith in. Maybe humanity, hence why he always tries to save it or maybe Moffat is going super dark and the Doctor’s only release from his fear is death.
anyways…I’m done geeking out. I’m going to sleep. We’re all wrong anyways. Moffat is just giving all of our brains the middle finger.