Think of all the possibilities.
Remember, it’ll take all of us to fly the TARDIS.
For someone who loves you to the end of time and space.
Mindblowing parallels. A comic by Ryan North.
A whole load of wibbly wobbly timey wimey sciencey goodness. Fantastic!
Time and Relative Dimension in Sexiness.
Even the Doctor wants to buy prints signed by his favorite comic book artist. But only a very crafty Doctor would bring his TARDIS along for a quick getaway.
Let’s face it, The Doctor has put the women of Who through a lot of shit.
Ever wanted to go inside the TARDIS?
The set built for the forthcoming An Adventure In Space And Time is on public display in Cardiff.
After much speculation, BBC has finally named Number Twelve. Peter Capaldi will take over as the Doctor from Matt Smith, who will depart the role in this year’s Christmas Special. Now updated with comment from Russell T Davies.
The great thing about this watch is that it doesn’t have to be reserved for wearing just around friends and family and Doctor Who conventions. The Doctor Who TARDIS watch will be available December 2013
SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY! Oh, wait, creator nonnef included detailed instructions so you can build your own!
They need bit parts STAT.
They built a TARDIS from scratch. My mind is blown.
It’s totally possible, thanks to Kickstarter.
Run you clever boy, and remember.
It really is bigger on the inside. Seems to be more of a floating pleasure barge than stalwart defender against alien threats.
Unfortunately that was the only bright spot in “Journey to the Center of the TARDIS.” Spoilers for this week’s episode.
There’s a Tardis in front of the National Gallery today — and Matt Smith is grasping onto it for dear life! Spoilers ahead, I’m sure.
Amateur tinkerer Greg Kumparak wanted to build a TARDIS that actually offered a slice of the fantasy envisioned in “Doctor Who.”
It’s bigger…and more spartan…on the inside. For the 50th anniversary special, the traveling police box is geting a makeover.
This is what happens once we start letting nerds have kitchens. I’m OK with it.
A short film blinding the worlds of two sagas of time travel: “Back to the Future” and “Doctor Who.”
A barista after the hearts of Doctor Who fans everywhere.