Feast Your Eyes on the New Doctor Who Trailer!

It's been a while since we've had a proper, season-long adventure with the Doctor. Can you believe that season 9 ended in 2015?! But happily, our wait for the new season of Doctor Who is nearly over. Season 10--also known as the first season for Pearl Mackie's companion, Bill, and Peter Capaldi's final season as … Continue reading Feast Your Eyes on the New Doctor Who Trailer!

Denver Comic Con 2016: Sunday Panels

Over the weekend of Denver Comic Con 2016, I loved, loved, loved, spending Friday on the exhibition floor and freaking out over my panel, and I loved spending Saturday with the likes of John Barrowman, Cary Elwes, and Hayley Atwell. However, the Sunday panels were hands down my favorites. In DCCs past, Sunday was always more of a slow … Continue reading Denver Comic Con 2016: Sunday Panels

3 Things I Want For the New Doctor Who Companion

Unless you've been trapped in solitude all weekend, chances are solid that you heard a new companion has officially been named. The companion is called Bill, and she's played by the actress Pearl Mackie. I wrote about her a bit on Geek & Sundry over the weekend. Even though we've got to wait until 2017 for … Continue reading 3 Things I Want For the New Doctor Who Companion

What You Actually Experience at the Doctor Who Experience

I'm writing again about my time in Europe (I previously wrote a post with a few European travel tips, and I also wrote a post about geeky UK travel on Geek & Sundry). I've put a couple of my pictures here on the blog, but you can see LOADS more photos from my European adventure on my … Continue reading What You Actually Experience at the Doctor Who Experience

Everyday Cosplay: Ashildr/Me

I was so excited about Maisie Williams' role on Doctor Who as Ashildr (who prefers to go by "Me" later in her life). Her story was fascinating, heartbreaking, and the end of it had me hoping that she'd get her own spin-off (no spoilers here). While that isn't likely to happen, I still LOVE her..though … Continue reading Everyday Cosplay: Ashildr/Me

British Shows I’m Watching to Fill a Who-Shaped Hole

If you haven't heard already, there are big changes happening in the Doctor Who world. The show's intrepid leader (love him or hate him), Steven Moffat is leaving and turning the show over to Chris Chibnall, Peter Capaldi will likely end his run as Twelve after season 10 of the show, and to top it all off, … Continue reading British Shows I’m Watching to Fill a Who-Shaped Hole

5 Fandom Friday: Fave Late To The Game TV Discoveries

Y'all, Netflix has to be one of the greatest inventions ever. It's definitely a killer when it comes to my productivity, but it's allowed me to experience a load of shows that I would have never had the opportunity to watch without it. A great deal of my favorite television shows are a part of … Continue reading 5 Fandom Friday: Fave Late To The Game TV Discoveries

Everyday Cosplay: Fourth Doctor

I'll be honest here. I have never watched Classic Who. I know, I know, it's a travesty, but I just haven't. It isn't for lack of interest, either, which almost makes it worse. Jumping into Classic Who is a big endeavor, and I want to be able to put in the time to properly binge. … Continue reading Everyday Cosplay: Fourth Doctor

Everyday Cosplay: River Song

I loved this year's Doctor Who Christmas special, and as always, I was captivated by River Song's outfits. Seriously, it doesn't matter what River is doing, girlfriend ALWAYS looks great. One of her outfits was my particular favorites, and I simply had to create an everyday cosplay look to emulate her look (complete with a bag … Continue reading Everyday Cosplay: River Song

The Rise of the Tragic Christmas Special

Haven't watched "The Husbands of River Song" just yet? Then be warned... I have mixed feelings about the Doctor Who Christmas specials. Like I've said in the past, the episodes are often hit-or-miss for me. Usually they don't have a regular companion, and the stories don't play much into the larger storymline of that particular … Continue reading The Rise of the Tragic Christmas Special