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A Doctor Who/Marvel Avengers crossover by Beard

When the Doctor Met the Avengers

A Doctor Who/Marvel Avengers crossover by Beard

A Doctor Who/Marvel Avengers crossover by Flatbear

Currently assembling on silver screens across the world The Avengers looks likely to HULK! SMASH! The Dark Knight’s impressive box office haul of over a billion dollars worldwide – but so far there’s one ridiculously costumed hero who’s not been invited to the interplanetary meet-cute.

One fan who’s armed himself with a pen, united his forces of good and attempted to right this wrong is Flatbear who has imagined all kinds of shenanigans when the Doctor meets the Avengers.

Admittedly despite being an almighty super group some of them can’t quite get their heads around the ’bigger on the inside’ TARDIS – Thor seems especially surprised despite being from another dimension entirely. Although that extra space seems to have pleased the ever expanding Hulk.

Hawkeye has already assigned himself the Rory role with Black Widow more than happy to dish out an Amy Pond style put down.

Perhaps the sweetest of the bunch is Captain America who instead of getting bogged down in the details, has taken advantage of time travel to catch up with his sweetheart Peggy Carter whom he left in the 1940’s after heroically (and a little pointlessly) sacrificing himself.

The whole set is fabulously cute and worthy of the heroes that inspired it – see for yourself!


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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