Tagged River Song

Your Very Own Cardboard Army

A Christmas Carol may have long since passed, but we can’t forget the great Kasterborous dream: for each of us to have our very own Katherine Jenkins to bring home with us! That dream is now one step closer to reality with Forbidden Planet’s new life-size cardboard standup of Abigail Pettigrew (as played by Jenkins)…

Merchandise is (Somewhat) Cool

We’re only four episodes into Doctor Who Series 6 Season 32 and already merchandise relating to all three stories we’ve seen are up for sale! From manufacturer Half Moon Bay and available through Forbidden Planet, a new range of Doctor Who merchandise including t-shirts, mugs, and folder bags has hit the market.  They’re really rather…

Matt & Alex Today (VIDEO)

As part of the continuing promotion of Doctor Who in the USA, Matt Smith and Alex Kingston appeared on the NBC broadcast The Today Show earlier today… With Doctor Who Series 6 riding high on BBC America, The Today Show‘s Meredith Viera paid Matt and Alex a visit on the TARDIS set – and even…

The Doctor’s Wife Trailer

Next week on Doctor Who, our favourite Time Lord receives a very unexpected message, sent in a manner that we haven’t seen since The War Games… As you can see from the clip below, The Doctor’s Wife features all sorts of surprises, not least the fact that writer Neil Gaiman has set the episode on…

Over the Moon?

The reviews are in and the theme this week is questions, questions, questions and lots of speculation. Day of the Moon has spread a collective ‘hmm’ across the Internet so powerful that if you hang your head out of the window, you can hear the sound of a thousand beards being thoughtfully scratched – not unlike…

Doctor Who Magazine 434

Doctor Who Magazine talks exclusively to acclaimed writer Neil Gaiman, who reveals secrets about his script for one of the most eagerly-anticipated Doctor Who adventures ever – The Doctor’s Wife! But who on earth is she…? “If this episode works like it’s meant to work,” Neil tells DWM, “you will go from curiosity, thinking ‘who…

Metro Fanalysis

The Metro, the UK based paper that mysteriously appears on transport vessels around the country to inform passengers of yesterday’s news have scoured Twitter to gauge the response to this week’s OMG! WHAT? episode of Doctor Who. In addition, #DoctorWho and related phrases were trending high on Saturday following Day of the Moon, confirming that…

© 2005-2014 Kasterborous. Theme Old Paper by ThunderThemes.net