Tagged Amy Pond

Attack of the Weeping Daleks!

It hasn’t been two months since Doctor Who’s 31st season (ahem) went out with a bang, and already props and costumes from the Platinum Age are in a museum!  Featured artifacts spur from Victory of the Daleks and The Time of Angels and include a Weeping Angel and and one of those gorgeous Ironside Daleks! …

Operation Platinum Age: The Final Word

Recently, I wrote a two-part observation of Matt Smith and Steven Moffat’s first eight episodes of Doctor Who (entitled Operation Platinum Age Part 1 and Operation Platinum Age Part 2).  The purpose of the article was to evaluate the season so far, compare it to previous seasons and speculate upon its story arc. I concluded…

Kindle Surprise

Facing stiff competition from Apple’s iPad, Amazon have launched their own UK Kindle Bookstore where users of Amazon’s  (now reduced) Ebook reader, the Kindle,  can find Doctor Who titles and more than 40,000 other books at the lowest prices of any e-Bookstore. Or so the website claims; so being the ever ready consumer watchdogs that…

Karen Gillan Outcast

Amy Pond actress Karen Gillan goes from small screen to big screen this Autumn as a member or the cast of British horror flick Outcast. From brothers Colm and Tom McCarthy, Outcast features James Nesbitt (from Steven Moffat’s Jekyll) alongside Niall Bruton, Kate Dickie, James Nesbitt, Hannah Stanbridge and our own Ms Gillan. According to…

Doctor Who @ Gamecitynights

Gamers in Nottingham were given a treat when Executives behind Doctor Who: The Adventure Games popped in for a Q&A at the annual Gamecitynights event. A panel consisting of BBC Interactive executive producer Anwen Aspden, writer James Moran (The Fires of Pompeii)  and designer Charles Cecil (Broken Sword, Beneath a Steel Sky) chaired questions about how the games…

Chasing Amy

Now that she’s a fully established part of the “Who-niverse”, Karen Gillan has been appearing all over the news in any article that the press can get their hands on. Unfortunately, rather than something that is completely news worthy, the articles are mainly “Heat” style reports. Still, it’s always nice to see a picture of…

The Doctor Loses?

Den of Geek has run an article regarding the 2010 series finale of Doctor Who, The Big Bang. Louisa Mellor has written that the finale was full of themes of loss and revival and was not for kids. The focus point of the piece is that: “The series was all about death. Or to be…

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