… and that’s how Strax came to be there for The Snowmen.
I’ve also noticed how cinematic the visuals have become in recent years. Quite love it.
Doctor Who News reports that Neil Gaiman has just been awarded the Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form for The Doctor’s Wife and revealed in his acceptance speech that he is working on another episode. Full details at Doctor Who News and the full list of winners at the Hugo Awards website.
Fresh screencaps for Let’s Kill Hitler are posted. More info below the jump.
What about this?
Well, spoilers below.
Fresh screencaps for A Good Man Goes to War are posted.
Raw caps: 805
Finished caps: 222
More info about A Good Man Goes to War in the TARDIS Index File.
Squee-squee-squee! I am next in line to get Doctor Who: The Complete Sixth Series from the library. (The irony that I’m linking to an Amazon page is not lost on me. I’m on a budget here.) The person ahead of me has a due date of the 22nd.
I have all these episodes from Amazon Digital, but what I don’t have are the Space and Time shorts that are in the DVD extras. I also don’t have any of the Night and the Doctor shorts. I’m even thinking about capping the prequels … which opens the can of worms containing the Tardisodes from Series Two … hmmmm. I really liked them, and have to wonder now if they are in the DVDs for that series.
Anyway, I also can’t get any disks from this set from Netflix – no idea why, but they only carry Series Six, Part 1 and Series Six, Part 2. I loved Space and Time and can’t wait to get them into my gallery properly.
I posted yesterday that I’d been asked to do this cap in good quality for an art project:
Because it was an emotive moment and she was moving eyes, eyelids, and mouth, I actually wound up with six. I think number 3 nails it, but you be the judge: