Tuesday, 30 October 2012

'It's A Strange Feeling Not Being Rory Pond Anymore'

After his emotional departure in the heart-breaking episode The Angels Take Manhattan, Arthur Darvill admits he got 'quite emotional' waving goodbye to his character Rory Pond in the hit drama series Doctor Who...more

Monday, 29 October 2012

Ashley Walters on his Doctor Who role: you'll see more of the Tardis than ever before.

Ashley Walters (best known as So Solid Crew member Asher D) first earned his acting stripes as a youngster on long-running teenage soap Grange Hill, before graduating to BBC's Hustle and last year's Channel 4 drama Top Boy. But next year sees his most exciting role to date: a cameo in Doctor Who...more

Sunday, 28 October 2012

My Weeping Angel Costume Attempt



How will the writers solve the problem of the Doctor’s new assistant?

We all know that Jenna-Louise Coleman, who is supposed to be the Doctor’s new assistant, made a surprise appearance in the first episode as Oswin Oswald. But there’s a small problem, she was blown up in that episode...more

Friday, 26 October 2012

Rory Williams is the New Chuck Norris

Amy Pond married Rory Williams because Chuck Norris wasn’t man enough for her.
The Silence wishes they could forget seeing Rory Williams.
Rory Williams was erased from time and it messed things up so badly the universe had to be rebooted.
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Sunday, 7 October 2012

Oswin Oswald

Oswin Oswald was a human serving as a Junior Entertainment Manager onboard the starliner Alaska when it crashed into the Dalek Asylum.


At one point in her life, Oswin was going through a phase, during which she dated a girl named Nina, or at least fancied her. She later lied to anyone she mentioned this to, saying she fancied a boy named Rory, although she did tell Rory William's the truth. When the Alaska crashed on the Dalek Asylum planet, Oswin escaped down a shaft into the lower levels of the Asylum, where she was found by the Dalek inmates. Unlike other members of the Alaska, who were partially converted by the nanocloud into Dalek puppets, Oswin was fully converted into a Dalek by the Dalek inmates, due to her exceptionally high intelligence, something they valued over exterminating her. Due to the horror of what had happened to her, Oswin created a dream world for her human mind to dwell in to forget the truth. Under this life, Oswin assumed that she was surviving on souffl├ęs in the Alaska. She also hacked into the Dalek Asylum's systems, heavily damaging it and reducing it to a ruin.


A year later, Oswin aided the Eleventh Doctor, Amy Pond and Rory Williams in finding safe passage through the Dalek Asylum; wiping the memory of the Doctor from the Daleks' Pathweb at one point to save him from the Daleks in Intensive Care. The Doctor attempted to rescue her, until he found her and discovered she was a Dalek. The Doctor explained this to Oswin, who first nearly gave in to the Dalek conditioning by attempting to exterminate the Doctor, then broke down over what she had become. Oswin lowered the Asylum's defences so the Parliament of the Daleks could destroy the planet and asked the Doctor to remember her. She presumably died when the Daleks destroyed the Asylum. When Amy, Rory and the Doctor escaped back to the Parliament, they found out that Oswin had erased the Doctor from the memories of all the Daleks in the Parliament as well as the Dalek inmates in the Asylum. (DW: Asylum of the Daleks 2012)

Saturday, 6 October 2012

The Gunslinger

f you ever visit Mercy, as you near the town take a moment to scan the craggy hills and plains that surround it. That figure in the distance might just be a tourist, like you. Or maybe, just maybe, it’s the Gunslinger... Also known as: Kahler-Tek Home Planet: Unknown Random ‘Yes!’ Moment: Remaining on Earth to watch over Mercy. Fact! The word cyborg was first coined in 1960. First Appearance: A Town Called Mercy Most Recent Appearance: A Town Called Mercy Tasked with ending a long and bloody war, Kahler-Jex and a team of scientists created an army of deadly cyborgs. They took ‘volunteers’ and told them they’d been selected for special training. But in reality these unwitting victims were experimented upon, their bodies fused with weaponry. And finally, they were programmed to kill.


The cyborgs formed a devastating force that routed their enemy and ended the war in less than a week. “When he starts killing your people you can use your justice! The Gunslinger Following their victory, all the cyborgs were decommissioned… All, that is, but one. The circuitry of the cyborg created using Kahler-Tek was damaged in battle. He went off-line and like Frankenstein’s monster, began hunting down his makers. He tracked the last of them, Kahler-Jex, to Mercy but wanting to avoid unnecessary bloodshed, he would not enter the town and simply waited for his quarry. The Gunslinger unintentionally shot Isaac but after the death of Kahler-Jex, the Doctor persuaded him to remain on Earth and he became Mercy’s guardian angel. This creature of war eventually found a purpose in peace
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Thursday, 4 October 2012

Solomon


Start to worry when: Solomon scans your body and detects a value attached to you. Home Planet: Unknown Appearance Humanoid with scarred face, damaged legs and malevolent eyes. 
Weaknesses Underestimates opponents and blinded by greed. 
First Appearance: Dinosaurs on a Spaceship 2012
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Tuesday, 2 October 2012

Brian Williams


Brian Williams is Rory’s dad, Amy Pond’s father-in-law, and although we haven’t seen him meet her, he’s also River Song’s granddad! 
Also known as: Brian Pond 
Home Planet: Earth 
Random ‘Yes!’ Moment: Flying the Silurian ark with his son. 
Fact! Brian always carried a trowel about... weird, but true! 
First Appearance: Pond Life
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Monday, 1 October 2012

John Riddell

Also known as: The walking innuendo 
Home Planet: Earth 
Random ‘Yes!’ Moment: Fighting the raptors by Amy’s side 
Fact! Riddell stated he wanted a dinosaur tooth more than anything... He got his wish. 
First Appearance: Pond Life 2012