The Three Doctors
Latest Doodle - ‘Two’ (Doctor Who - Charcoal)
The second of 11 portraits - 1 a day for the next 10 days. Prints and originals available once the set is complete.
Hush I can make a photoset of some of my favorite photos of Pat anytime I want ok.
What are you all doing? (Pat why is your shirt undone?)
The Story of Doctor Who
Doctor Who Weekly, 1979
It all started sixteen years ago …
Mad UK’s Doctor Who Spoof, from issue #161
The first Five Doctors
I’ve done some research and found that this came from the US version of the UK Doctor Who Weekly magazine. As Marvel comics printed a monthly format, they changed the way the comics were laid out. If they didn’t have advertisements to run, they’d insert their own art. This was created by Dave Cockrum (the artist who was working on the X-Men at the time), and the veteran inker Frank Giacoia.
Isn’t Doctor Who’s history wonderful? Cheers - Stephen “Darth Ambiguous” Scott
Two classic episodes of Doctor Who - thought to be missing forever - have been returned to the BBC archive.
Episode 3 of the William Hartnell adventure “Galaxy 4” and Episode 2 of Patrick Troughton’s “The Underwater Menace” were purchased by film collector Terry Burnett at a village fete near Southampton in the early 80s … he had been unaware that the canisters contained material missing from the BBC.
Research has shown that the returned episodes originated from the ABC channel in Australia.