I see into your soul, Doctor
Watch the new teaser now (x)
Five, your eleven is showing
Watch the trailer here!
There were 2.47 billion children on Gallifrey that day in The Time War and the thing is, despite all the corruption among the ruling Timelords, not all who were on Gallifrey were Timelords and not all were corrupt.
This is why the children matter and why he counted them apart from every other person on Gallifrey.
The children were the truly innocent ones. They could have gone on to be and do anything. Even if he couldn’t save the corrupt Timelords, the children didn’t have to be like their parents. They could have changed Gallifrey and rid it of the corruption.
And so he spent all those years thinking he murdered 2.47 billion children on his own planet because the generations before theirs had fallen into so much corruption that he had no other choice.
So, of course, when he sees a child crying, he stops and helps them because even though he can’t make up for all those he killed, if he can help one child, he will.
When he thought he destroyed Gallifrey, maybe he thought he could learn to live with it and sometimes it seemed like he could, but if 400 years of living with it showed him anything, it’s just how much he needs to find another way.
Those years weren’t lost. They weren’t erased. He still lived every moment thinking he killed them and he will never forget that. Because of it, he now knows more than anyone why he can’t destroy his entire planet despite their corruption - why he can’t keep on the path of the man who forgets.
Gallifrey isn’t really saved yet and we don’t know how he can do it, but now he has a chance. He has a chance to let those children grow up and change their world.
I love your blog ♥ It’s fantastic! :)
I’m glad you like it, sorry I haven’t been posting on it much. been busy with life stuff
For the next 13 days Whovians everywhere will be able to receive digital copies of Doctor Who comics at a pay-what-you-want price. You’ll receive issues from Doctor Who: Series 1, Doctor Who: Series 2, and if you pay over the average price, an additional 17 issues from Doctor Who: Series 3.
You can also receive the complete three-volume Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time and the special The Girl Who Loved Doctor Who if you pay over $15.
"Doctor Who: Series 1" features the exploits of the 10th Doctor played by David Tennant, along with his comic-book exclusive companions Emily Winter and Matthew Finnegan.
"Doctor Who: Series 2" introduces the first comic book tales of the 11th Doctor played by Matt Smith, as well companions Amy Pond and Rory Williams.
"Doctor Who: Series 3" features the final comic-book tales of the 11th Doctor and his companions Amy Pond and Rory Williams.
"Prisoners of Time," celebrates the 50th anniversary of “Doctor Who.” The 12-issue story features all 11 past Doctors.
This bundle also includes the 2014 Hugo Award-nominee, "The Girl Who Loved Doctor Who." [in which the] 11th Doctor travels to the present day to discover an actor named Matt Smith is playing him in a TV show! Awkward!
In addition to the comics, there is a "Doctor Who: Legacy" game for Android with 10 Doctors included and unlocked. (x)
Best of all, your purchase can be spent towards charity.
You can choose exactly how you want your purchase to be divided: to Doctors Without Borders or The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund. You may also thank IDW Publishing or even us with a few coins in the tip jar. (x)
The Humble Doctor Who Comics Bundle can be purchased here.
“He’s like fire and ice and rage.
He’s like the night and the storm and the heart of the sun.”
anonymous asked: Ten being threatening
or ten being friendly?