I’ve decided that I deserve to buy 1 or 3 items this year at SDCC. After seeing what BBC America is bringing it looks like I’ll have to bring some extra cash for my Sherlock, Doctor Who and Orphan Black love!! I can get a Red Dalek (heck my name is Cherry) or wear my fandom with a t-shirt! So many great choices! Here are the items that I want to bring home ….
I must admit to a major weakness for Daleks and Cybermen despite dreaming of being a Doctor or at the least a companion! I wonder if they will have anything with my personal favorite ‘Martha Jones’! Since it’s the final season of Orphan Black am thinking will pick up a Funko of one of the girls!
What would you pick up from the booth?
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“I go zooming around space and time, saving planets, fighting monsters, and being, well, let’s be honest, pretty sort of marvelous.” Doctor Who
Can’t get enough “Wibbly Wobbly, Timey, Wimey
Calling all Whovians to “The Art of the TARDIS” at Clockwork Couture on Saturday, March 15th from 12-6 at 707 S. Main Street in Burbank.
Time Lords, Daleks, Weeping Angels,
flaunt your knowledge of the Whoniverse or simply have a cuppa and shop for handmade items created by local craftspeople.
Over 25 vendors will offer their unique Doctor Who-themed wares, plus food trucks and the music of Awesome City Limits will gather outside L.A.’s finest Steampunk shop. This free, family-friendly event offers coloring pages for the littlest Who fans and a costume contest with Whoriffic prizes. Grab your favorite scarf, bow tie or Sonic Screwdriver and have your photo snapped in a full-size TARDIS. Fun for your inner Gallifreyan.
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I wish they’d come to LA for us Whovians but I’m not jealous hating of NYC since we are sisters and brothers in the blue box! Check out the poster with .. hint hint ‘Exterminate Exterminate’!!! Yes it looks like the Daleks are back AND bigger, badder and more willing to cause trouble than ever!
BBC AMERICA is proud to present the U.S. premiere screening of the new season of DOCTOR WHO on Saturday, August 25, 2012 at 6:00pm in New York City. The screening will be immediately followed by a live Q&A with stars Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and executive producer Caroline Skinner.
Don’t miss your chance to be among the first to see “ASYLUM OF THE DALEKS,” the season premiere of the all-new series, before the premiere on BBC AMERICA’S Supernatural Saturday, coming this Fall.
Tickets cost 11¢ (with a $1 surcharge) in honor of the Eleventh Doctor.
We will announce the venue and ticket information tomorrow. Tickets go on sale TOMORROW Thursday, August 16 and will be made available exclusively through a link shared by the @BBCAmerica Twitter handle. Tickets will sell out fast so follow @BBCAmerica to be informed of the link as soon as it goes live!
Check out the just-released official poster art for “ASYLUM OF THE DALEKS” below – plus a ton of other advance photos from the new series, coming this Fall to BBC America.
AND: Don’t miss 2 all new World Premiere Specials this Saturday, Aug 18, only on BBC America. First, it’s THE TIMEY-WIMEY OF DOCTOR WHO at 9pm/8c. Join celebrity Whovians – 30 Rock’s Scott Adsit, comedian Eugene Mirman, BuzzFeed’s Jack Shepherd, plus Alison Haislip, Natalie Morales, Wired’s Adam Rogers and Nerdist’s Jonah Ray and Chloe Dykstra, and more! – as they try to make sense of all the “wibbly wobbly, timey-wimey… stuff.”
Then, 10/9c, it’s THE NERDIST: TRIBUTE TO TIME TRAVEL. The panel discusses the possibility of time travel – and is joined by very special guests TOM WESTON-JONES, star of BBC America’s original series COPPER, and DAMON LINDELOF, co-creator and executive producer of Lost, and co-writer of Prometheus.
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