(RE)Generation Who is coming to Cockeysville, Maryland (a few miles North of Baltimore), March 27–29, 2015. The GeekDads will be there. They’ve already announced that the 6th (Colin Baker) and 7th (Sylvester McCoy) incarnations of the whimsical Time Lord will be in attendance, with more guests on the horizon! Continue reading
No more teasers, though the theme of the Doctor asking Clara “Am I a good man?” is repeated here. Very very excited for the return! Continue reading
While I don’t necessarily agree with all the choices, this Elseworlds-esque sizzle reel for an alternate Doctor Who 50th Anniversary is really, really good. Continue reading
Geekdads aren’t like other dads. By our very nature we’re passionate about our interests and like to show them off whenever we can—and that means when it comes to neckwear, we like our ties geeky.
Necktie Icons by by Michela Tannoia from the Noun Project. CC BY 3.0.
We got a quick sneak peek of the covers for Titan Comics’ upcoming Doctor Who series. Both covers are drawn by the talented Alice X. Zhang do a great job of capturing both of the actors’ likenesses, though I’m partial to the tenth Doctor here.
The perfect ring to profess your love across all time and space. Continue reading
The BBC has just released an image of new Doctor Peter Capaldi in his proper costume. What do you think? Continue reading
Let the record show that 2013 saw Adam WarRock – AKA: my pal Eugene Ahn – transform from the guy who had never watched Doctor Who to the guy who couldn’t stop watching Doctor Who. Continue reading
Here’s our wish list with a Whovian holiday/winter theme. Continue reading
Vote for your favorite Doctor! Continue reading
We need heroes. I need heroes. In the wake of the death and the disillusionment of living heroes, we make up stories with heroes who live up to our values and expectations, heroes who idealize our aspirations and can only let us down if we let them. The Doctor is, in my opinion, the epitome of the hero archetype. Continue reading
The Google Doodles often pay homage to great scientists or other historic events, but today they’ve let their geek flag fly, and are celebrating the Doctor Who 50th anniversary with 8-bit versions of the doctors, and a timed game where you lead the Doctor through levels to collect the letters in Google. But there are Dalek’s about, so be careful, and don’t use up all 12 regenerations! Continue reading
Atlantis is a new weekly series from BBC America, premiering after the Doctor Who special saturday night. Continue reading
As part of the extremely enjoyable run up to Saturday’s 50th anniversary, BBC Future has produced (with some crowd-sourced help) a fantastic(!) interactive timline of the various Doctors’ adventures. Continue reading
Ken, Matt, Jonathan, Jason, and Ryan chat about the huge week of Doctor Who, playing RPGs with our kids, and the pending Monty Python reunion. Enjoy! Continue reading
Getting ready for the big day this Saturday, but need a quick reminder of what has come before? We are happy to help with this brilliant timeline provided by our friends at Cable.TV. Continue reading