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A Doctor Who 3D Series?

Rumours of a possible Doctor Who 3D animated series have been confirmed by the tweets of voice over artist Jay Britton.

Now, the tweets also confirm that this series has nothing to do with the BBC, the current or past series’ but are rather a fan made effort featuring a new Doctor and new companions- one/all of which will feature the dulcet tones of Britton himself.

So far the plan is to make 10 shorts available on the web only. Britton,who can also be heard as the voice of the humans in Warlords 2, has just received the first script which goes someway to address the question of just who is the new Doctor in a predictable way:

“@Ruther2 Dr Who? This joke also appears in the first episode coincidentally!”
Hmm…If that didn’t set alarm bells ringing then Brittons appraisal of the script via his Facebook page won’t help matters any further.
“First Dr. Who script just landed in the inbox, reads rather well!”
Still, fan made projects have given us all a few glorious moments of ‘what if’s’ and ‘What the hell?’ though the technological mountain does seem a little too steep for a fan made project to conquer convincingly (nothing quite fails like faulty 3D technology. How often do you come away from a movie that you’ve missed that extra dimension of and not felt more than a little cheated?) but all jugdment will be reserved until the final product hits the web at the beginning of March.


Everyone has a favourite Doctor and mine - just for his honesty, his fairness and his ability to not notice the Master's awful, awful disguises/anagrams (Sir Gilles Estram!?!) - has to be the Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison. The stories didn’t serve him as well as his acting served those stories.

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