Title: Just a Facade
Characters: Miss Quill, Twelfth Doctor, Charlie Smith
Pairing: Twelfth Doctor/Clara Oswald (Whouffaldi, implied)
Genre: Angst, Hurt/Comfort, Friendship
Summary: A late night phone call between Miss Quill and the Doctor. Because they’re more alike than it may appear on the surface. (Set after ‘For Tonight We Might Die’.)
Lenght: 2,005 words, 15:09 minutes, 18.05 MB
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Who else spotted the mention of Susan?
The article can be found here.
Doctor Who Christmas Special title: The Return of Doctor Mysterio. First Look trailer:
[Teaser summary (click to open)]The Doctor, joining forces with with an investigative journalist, played by Charity Wakefield, and a superhero to save New York from a deadly alien threat.
Steven Moffat says: I’ve always loved superheroes and this Christmas Doctor Who dives into that world. My favourite superhero is Clark Kent. Not Superman, Clark Kent.
Canadian actor Justin Chatwin, plays Grant in the special, he says: Working with the amazing people at Doctor Who has been one of the most fun and rewarding projects I’ve ever had the pleasure of being involved with.
Matt Lucas returns as Nardole, a character first seen in last year's Christmas special. He told Comic-con
Doctor Who BBC Writer's Room event blog post.
Crowdfunded official Digital Pinball game released by Farsight Studios for iOS, Google Play, Steam (Mac/Windows), Mac App Store, Amazon and Ouya.
I therefore announce the who_at_50 52nd Anniversary Fanwork-a-thon, celebrating more than half a century of Doctor Who-related goodness. All - that is all - forms of fannish endeavour are welcome - fanfic, fanart, fanvids, fanmixes, icons, podfic, and absolutely any other medium in which you want to express your creativity and celebrate your love for that which is Who, almost certainly including some I've never even heard of. Signups are open from today; posting of fanworks will commence from 1 November 2016 and continue throughout that month. Anything evoking the idea of the extraordinary longevity and diversity of Who would be especially welcome, but maybe the best way to do that is by creating the most typically Doctor Who-like Doctor Who fanwork you can?
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