brak666: (Donna approves)
( Sep. 8th, 2008 07:56 pm)
Vague, possibly incorrect spoilers regarding casting of the Doctor Who specials here:
brak666: (TARDIS)
( Jul. 14th, 2008 05:55 pm)
Gakked from [ profile] anothersuperboy
Okay so there was this Who meme going around about what you would do if you found yourself in charge of Who in 2010...
Welcome to Brak's series 5... )
brak666: (TARDIS)
( Jul. 1st, 2008 05:40 pm)
I'm trying to work out some sort of timeline for the new series and how event in Torchwood and SJA fit into it.

Here's what I have so far )
brak666: (TARDIS)
( Jun. 29th, 2008 03:14 pm)
So something I've discovered which is spoilery )
brak666: (Squee!)
( Jun. 29th, 2008 11:20 am)
Just adding my voice to the incoherant squee that has resulted from yesterday's episode of Doctor Who.

Also, some may consider this spoilery )
brak666: (TARDIS)
( Jun. 26th, 2008 08:36 pm)
New teaser clip from next week's ep.

I suppose it goes without saying, but just in case contains spoilers )
brak666: (TARDIS)
( Jun. 21st, 2008 07:28 pm)
Speculation based on spoilers under the cut )

I'm not saying anything. I'm just saying.
[ profile] anothersuperboy posted this spoilerly picture from the upcoming season finale of Doctor Who. He's friends only so I'm reposting it here (I hope you don't mind, Chad).

This is the most spoilery picture in all the history of spoilers. If you have any interest at all in not knowing what's coming DO NOT LOOK AT THIS PICTURE!

Seriously. You have been warned. )
Watched Doctor Who last night. I am very irritated at the cuts that were made to Fires of Pompeii.

Thank heaven for the internets.
Just found this on one my Doctor Who mailing lists. It makes me very happy.

In an interview with Russell T. Davies, the Los
Angeles Times mentions in passing that The Sarah Jane
Adventures will be broadcast in the United States on
the Sci Fi Channel beginning in April.

This however, does not make me very happy. From the same article:

He also notes that he deliberately keeps organized
fandom at arm's length: "I think we're an unusual
science-fiction franchise in taking a very big step
back from fandom and having nothing to do with them. .
. . Every program on the BBC has a message board on
the website. I forbid it to happen on 'Doctor Who.'
I'm sorry to say this, all the science fiction
producers making stuff in America, they are way too
engaged with their fandom. They all need to step back."

Which would explain why Rusty seems to have no awareness of his own skanky race issues, or any knowledge that a good portion of Who fandom is rather fed up with his continuing hard-on for Rose Tyler.
brak666: (Martha Jones)
( Jul. 3rd, 2007 06:28 pm)
Finally saw Last of the Timelords. I have to say I really enjoyed it. Though I do think my potential negative reaction was mitigated by... )

Going to see Transformers tonight! Very excited.

ETA: Warning. Comments to this entry contain rather large spoilers for casting in season 4.
And I didn't think Freema Agyeman could be any cooler.

brak666: (Doctor-Magnificent)
( Apr. 14th, 2007 09:56 pm)
Spoiler free comments:

My love of Martha Jones continues to grow by leaps and bounds. I was talking to [ profile] sorka42 about how Rose left at exactly the right moment for me. Martha is such a breath of fresh air for me.

Spoilers under the cut )
An idea about why the Doctor doesn't visit his old friends as often as he maybe should.

Might be slightly spoilerish for series 3 of New Who )
Still enjoying the new series. I'm thinking I need to make me a Martha Jones icon because she is made of all kinds of awesome. I think she's my new second favorite companion.
Well, I must say that I was quite pleased with that.
Just watched The Sarah Jane Adventures. It's awesome. I already like it better than any episode of Torchwood I've seen (which by the way I need to finish). I can't wait for the actual series to start up.
From scifiwire:

The complete second season of the BBC's new Doctor Who series will be released on DVD in the United States on Jan. 16, 2007, BBC Worldwide Americas executives told SCI FI Wire. "We're over the moon with Doctor Who," said Megan Branigan, vice president of BBC video marketing, in an interview. "We're really pleased with the results this year. We're very excited to continue the momentum with [season] two as we did with [season] one." (The second season of Doctor Who will air in the United States on SCI FI Channel, starting Sept. 29.)

The six-disc set will feature a lenticular cover depicting David Tennant, who takes over the role of the Doctor from Christopher Eccleston, and Billie Piper as his traveling companion, Rose Tyler. Bonus features will include video diaries from Tennant and Piper, as well as episodes of the behind-the-scenes series Doctor Who Confidential, which ran concurrently with the show when it aired in the United Kingdom. The date of the release, and future releases, was timed to fall on the Tuesday following the airing of the second series finale, "Doomsday," on SCI FI Channel, Branigan said.

The content on the U.S. release will be identical to the version available in the U.K., which is due in November. "It's done that way on purpose, because it really is a global program," Branigan said. "We've agreed with the BBC that our fans in the U.K. would notice tremendously if the content was different, and we did actually do that with some of the classic Whos. And we got some feedback that people were upset because they had already bought the U.K. edition, and then all of a sudden ours got put out, and we had added value. So we decided as a global company to do [just one version]."

Like the program itself, the DVD is designed to appeal to longtime fans of the franchise, as well as to those whose familiarity with the Doctor is limited to the new incarnation. "It's the best of both worlds, because we're appealing to both the core fans and to this new audience," Branigan said. "I mean, the program does that all on its own. And SCI FI does that for us, too. Because it's more mainstream, maybe it brings more of an audience to SCI FI that they didn't have as well. But certainly the people who are watching the SCI FI Channel are a perfect target for the program." —Cindy White
According to the BBC, the SciFi channel will begin airing series 2 in late September. According to this report they'll be starting with The Christmas Invasion. Earlier rumors said they were going to start with New Earth and hold off TCI until December which would've been a stupid move. Not that I haven't seen them all anyway, but it's still very exciting.
brak666: (The Doctor)
( Aug. 10th, 2006 08:55 am)
The BBC has posted new publicity shots for series three featuring the Doctor and his new companion Martha Jones.


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