joscribbles:

s8 is already my favourite based solely on clara in that suit ok thank u

Looking forward to next week’s ep entirely because of that suit.

joscribbles:

s8 is already my favourite based solely on clara in that suit ok thank u

Looking forward to next week’s ep entirely because of that suit.

(via sarah531)

creepingmonsterism:

romanadv0ratrelundar:

tbh I just want a family reunion episode with 12, susan, and brax

and Jenny

johannesviii:

…fall. Don’t let me fall. Don’t let me fall. Don’t - I - I love the state. I love the state. I venerate the regime.

It’s difficult to draw something about The Natural History of Fear without spoiling it. At least I tried.

Also, obligatory Brazil reference in the second drawing.

#clara oswald knowing exactly how to get the answers she needs

When I refer to this scene as “Clara’s interrogation” I don’t mean “when she was interrogated.”

(Source: clara-oswald, via sarah531)

aflawedfashion:

Donna Noble Appreciation Week Day Five: Favorite Scene

Oh, my God. I don’t believe it. You’ve even got the same suit! Don’t you ever change?

angelophile:

thinkingingallifreyan:

Matthew Savage’s Cyberman redesign concept art.

Now that’s a Cyberman.

Mondas Cyberman upgrade? I like it.

angelophile:

thinkingingallifreyan:

Matthew Savage’s Cyberman redesign concept art.

Now that’s a Cyberman.

Mondas Cyberman upgrade? I like it.

182 notes

Run, you clever boy, and remember (me.)

"But if we keep pretending to be, ha-ha! Perhaps others will be heroes in our name."

(Source: himmelst, via sarah531)

bamonbrigade1:

12th Doctor || Martha Jones Parallel

I can’t be the only one the irony wasn’t lost on, right?

(via taiey)

"The Doctor’s insistence that Robin Hood can’t be real is a very specific departure from previous Doctors, especially Eleven. At first glance, it seems to be just a way of differentiating them, but it goes deeper than that; the Eleventh Doctor lived something of a fairy tale, with his child friend Amy who he appeared to like some kindly wizard one night. But he didn’t exactly do well by Amy, did he? Poor Amy Pond, left behind and then left again, and then zapped back in time where he could never lay eyes on her. The Doctor did a lot of damage to the people he loved in his last incarnation. Is it any surprise that he doesn’t believe in heroes and fairy tales anymore?"

Emily Asher-Perrin, "Much Better to Be a Story—Doctor Who: Robot of Sherwood”

Historical fanboys crushing on their heroes, amirite?

(Source: charles-chuck)