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Hello, here is me reposting my own drawings!
Decided to upload the baby ones in one post just to keep things more organized (◡‿◡✿)But think about it though, that’s really how the companions are to the Doctor. They’re infants compared to his near 1,000 years.
These get cuter every time they show up on my dash.
It’s says everything about the serial :D
Via Hey, Joe, Bring Me a Tarantula!
Google has told me the whole world is celebrating my loved, favourite writer’s birthday - I’m horribly happy
My favourite episode with Second :)
045 The Mind Robber by Peter Ling
Illustrated by WhatJamesDraws (schitzotypalhares)
Season 6, Story 2:
After making an emergency exit from the last adventure, the TARDIS is fallen out of regular space and time and arrived in the Void.
Just as the crew believe themselves to have found some safety, the TARDIS explodes, stranding them in a land of fiction where they meet characters such as Rapunzel and Gulliver.
The world is the creation of a possessed writer, controlled by the Master Brain which wishes to take over Earth. The Doctor must use his wits to do mental battle with the writer!
STORY FACTS ~
- It features the Second Doctor and companions Jamie McCrimmon and Zoe Heroit.
- Frazier Hines who plays Jamie was sick during the filming of Parts 2 and 3 and so another actor, Hamish Wilson was hired to play Jamie during that story. It is written into the story as the Doctor has to reconstruct Jamie’s face after he is transformed into cardboard.
- The White Robot enemies in this story were actually costumes from another science fiction show, Out of the Unknown.
- Gulliver’s only dialogue is lines written in Jonathan Swift’s original book, Gulliver’s Travels.
- Among the fictional characters are Blackbeard, a real historical character. Also, Medusa and the Minotaur appear who in the Doctor Who universe, are also ‘real world’ characters.
- Working titles for this story include Manpower, The Fact of Fiction and Another World.
042 Fury from the Deep by Victor Pemberton
Illustrated by daguchna
“I decided to illustrate this story with scene from Victoria’s farewell - because the first and the last appearances of companions are always distinct points of a plot.
Done with a little help of that picture.”
Season 5, Story 6:
The TARDIS lands in the seawater, off the coast of England. After to getting to shore via a rubber dingy, the time travellers are tranquilized and taken to a refinery.
Paranoia and fear is sweeping through the workers as a parasitic foam of seaweed begins controlling people. But could Victoria’s own fear be the key to stopping their spread? And at the end of the adventure where will her loyalties lie?
STORY FACTS ~
- All of this story is MISSING.
- It features the Second Doctor and companions Jamie McCrimmon and Victoria Waterfield.
- This is Victoria’s final story. She leaves the TARDIS, deciding to live with a refinery worker named Harris.
- This story sees the introduction of the Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver, in a sleek, pen-like design.
- The story’s working title was The Colony of Devils but the BBC was wary of using the word “devil” in a family show. Only a few years later they broadcast the story The Sea Devils.
- This is the first story with an overall title which doesn’t begin with the word ‘The”.
- Margaret John, who plays Megan would later play the Grandma in the Tenth Doctor story ‘The Idiot’s Lantern’.
42th eposod of “Doctor Who” ;)