November 23rd is less than two weeks away, and in these 11 days leading to the Doctor Who 50th anniversary we here at Nerd Bastard’s want to share with you a few of our favorite Whovian things. It’s now only five days until “The Day of the Doctor“, and while we’re not expecting any more Classic Doctors to show up, it’s sure nice Peter Davison could at least appear again, however briefly, in 2007’s Children in Need special, “Time Crash.” (more…)
November 23rd is less than two weeks away, and in these 11 days leading to the Doctor Who 50th anniversary we here at Nerd Bastard’s want to share with you a few of our favorite Whovian things. Mashups have reached new heights of popularity thanks to the internet acting as a veritable melting pot of pop culture. Nothing can escape it, not even Doctor Who. Here to celebrate being only Sylvestory McCoy–er seven days away from the premiere of “The Day of the Doctor” are seven of our favorite Who mashups. (more…)
The end is almost upon us, the second half of this season’s Doctor Who is almost here! We’re four days out from the second half of Season 7, having last seen the Eleventh Doctor off to find the connection between the Clara Oswin Oswalds, traveling across time in search of another Clara. So until Saturday rolls around we thought it would be nice to share some of our favourite Doctor Who fan art from around the internet. You can thank us once Saturday finally gets here.
Above: Minimalist art is cool, but minimalist Doctor Who poster art by Michael Parsons is always cool. Carefully picking what to do Michael puts together sweet fan-made posters for everyone to enjoy. Check out his Society6 shop.
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DC Comics is relaunching their whole line in September with 52 new #1 issues, blah, blah, blah, we’ve heard this spiel. Want to check out something truly cool and innovative, how about the project, DC Fifty-Too! Spear-headed by cartoonist, John Morris, DC Fifty-Too! is a collarborative effort among 52 artists to interpret a new DC Universe in their own way. The challenge being,
If DC approached you and offered you any DC property – past or present – of your choice to be your own new ongoing part of the DC Universe, what would the cover to the first issue look like?
Beginning on August 15th and running through the 31st, DC Fifity-Too! will share,
…four new covers for DC Comics that never were but probably ought to have been, brought to you by artists like Indigo Kelleigh, Joel Priddy, Zack Soto, Matthew Allison, Robert Wilson IV, Mike Norton, Amy Mebberson and many many many more!
Awesome, right? Not nearly as awesome as the results! Check out our favorite covers so far below the cut and keep checking back at DC Fifty-Too!’s blog for more incredible art and designs DC doesn’t have the balls to publish.