Dr. Who is one of the longest running TV shows on the BBC, and it’s got a huge fandom surrounding it, called Whovians. And while it might not seem like, Whovianism, might just be RELIGION!!!!! Whovians, like other passionate fan cultures, create art & fan fiction and engage in a strong remix and cosplay culture. But it’s more than that. Dr. Who provides a philosophy; a way of understanding the universe. Fans embrace this in ways that are similar to most world religions: a positive influence that changes their approach to daily life. Also, the Tardis makes a pretty great shrine!
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A song of ice and statistics, covering both the books and the HBO show.
The most anticipated panels of Comic Con, the Firefly 10th Anniversary Reunion, was held yesterday. It featured the cast of the cult-hit, including the great Joss Whedon, Nathan Fillion, Alan Tudyk, Summer Glau, Adam Baldwin, Sean Maher, Jose Molina, and Tim Minear. Luckily for the rest of us, the folks of NerdBastards were there to capture the panel in all of its glory. It was a heartwarming, tearful, and hilarious.
A montage of every “Bazinga” in the first four seasons of the Big Bang Theory.
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The Fine Bros have done it again. This time they catch you up on what’s what in the Who Universe. And they do a pretty good job, at that.
It’s been a big week for Doctor Who fans as the BBC ramps up for the launch of the sixth series in April. Mini webisodes, teasers, and a full trailer have all hit the web in the last five days. I’ll save you effort of Googling them up by posting them below.
First offer, there are the webisodes. Ever wonder what would happen if a TARDIS was inside another TARDIS? Find out in these two mini Doctor Who episodes shot for the BBCs charitable Red Nose Day TV event.
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If Joss Whedon produced a season of Doctor Who in 1997, the opening credits would probably look something like this.