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The Doctor and I... by ShawnVanBriesen The Doctor and I... by ShawnVanBriesen
The Doctor & I, Part 1. by :iconpaulhanley: Paul Hanley & I.
Paul explains this far better than I...
Because you guys demanded it- here's the first chunk of script for THE DOCTOR & I, accompanied by the lovely artwork of Shawn Van Briesen :iconvanbriesen:, with colors by yours truly with an assist from the great Paul Cooke :iconfresian-cat:

After Shawn and I did our Nick Courtney tribute FADE AWAY, we thought it would be fun to do another story that had was just a lark- a completely bat**** crazy adventure that could never, ever be done as official Doctor Who story, but also with ideas that could never be used elsewhere for an original project. Basically, an answer to the question, "If we ever WERE going to create a total piece of fanwank, not giving a damn about what anyone else (especially the BBC) thought... what would it be?" Here's your answer. This is a story that could only exist as fanfiction- because nothing "official" could be this much fun to write. Unfortunately, I went so crazy with the concept that we could never actually complete the comic of what resulted- but at least we can give you a taste of what almost was. This is our lost story- our DARK DIMENSION. Our SHADA. :D So what's below is the actual script I wrote for Shawn to work from (complete with special notes and directions). I changed nothing except for one "bleeped" f-bomb.

This particular story takes place a few weeks after the adventure THE SCREAM OF THE SHALKA [link] Folks not familiar with Richard E. Grant's Doctor can learn about him here: [link] Or just watch SHALKA for free and 100% legally on the BBC website: [link]

Enjoy! And here's some Shalka Doc opening music, to get you in the mood: [link] Or from another perspective: [link]





THE DOCTOR & I
EPISODE 1, PART 1
PAGE 1
1.1
Skinny panel. The TARDIS spins through the time vortex. It looks very reminiscent of the Scream of the Shalka title sequence- which is appropriate as this doubles as our "credits panel". A singing voice emanates from somewhere inside...

TARDIS SFX: VWORP! VWORRRRRRP!

VOICE (OC, singing): ♫ I'LL BUILD A STAIRWAY TO PARADISE , WITH A NEW STEP EVERY DAAAAAAAY! ♪

1.2
We're in the dimly-lit console room of Scream of the Shalka, but keep things framed so that that's not too obvious right away. In the distance, a figure sings as he toils away under the console, making modifications. In the foreground, a woman's silhouette (we don't know yet, but it's ALISON CHENEY) walks out of the darkness, heading for the console. The black-gloved hand of a seated figure (spoiler alert- it's revealed to be THE MASTER in the next panel) rises gently into frame and motions after her with one finger raised. Alison doesn't look back.

VOICE (singing off-camera): ♫ I'M GONNA GET THERE AT ANY PRICE; STAND ASIDE, I'M ON MY WAAAAAAY! ♪

THE MASTER: HE'S SINGING AGAIN.

ALISON: I KINDA NOTICED.

THE MASTER: BUT HE HAS A KARAOKE MACHINE NOW. HE'S INSTALLED IT IN THE CONSOLE. IT'S PERVADING THE SHIP'S P.A....

ALISON: YEAH, I KNOW.

VOICE (singing off-camera): ♫ I'VE GOT THE BLUUUUUES, AND UP ABOVE IT'S SO FAIR! SHOOOOOOOES, GO ON AND CARRY ME THERE! ♪

1.3
Reverse angle, medium shot of Alison walking ahead, with the Master staying seated in the background (it's a handsome mahogany/ leather chair with a well-maintained grandfather clock nearby). The Master's eyes peer over the top of the novel he's reading, watching Alison go. His face stays half-hidden behind the book (H.G. Wells' THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME). Alison shows no interest in what he says- she's on a mission.

THE MASTER: THIS IS DELIBERATE, YOU REALIZE. HE'S TRAPPED ME HERE AND HE'S TRYING TO DRIVE ME MAD. WITH SHOWTUNES. THIS IS HIS WAY OF PUNISHING ME.

VOICE (singing off-camera): ♫ I'LL BUILD A STAIRWAY TO PARADISE , WITH A NEW STEP EVERY DAAAAAAAY! ♪

THE MASTER: MS. CHENEY, COULD I BEG A FAVOR OF YOU?

ALISON: MAYBE.

THE MASTER: DESTROY ME.

ALISON: I'LL GET BACK TO YOU, MATE.

1.4
Alison steps up to the red-carpeted console platform and looks down at THE SHALKA DOCTOR's body sticking out from beneath the Jules Verne-esque brass console. He's a bit more "dressed down" than usual- having ditched the jacket and cape, leaving him in white shirtsleeves with a black waistcoat. He's extremely pale, tall, and lanky- almost to the point of betraying his non-terrestrial origins. At the moment, he's wearing black gloves to work- and they're just as sharp and "natty" as everything else about him. He's very much the opposite of the grungy, hodge-podged Ninth Doctor played by Chris Eccleston. The TARDIS tool kit is splayed out next to him- neutron ram, moog drone clamp, all that 80s TARDIS Technical Manual kind of stuff...

ALISON: DOCTOR-

SHALKA DOCTOR (singing): ♫ DAH-DAH DAH DAH-DAH-DAH-DAH-DAH, DA DA-DAH DA DA DA DAAAAAAAH! ♪

ALISON: OI- WILL YOU SHUT IT?!! THERE'S SOMETHING SERIOUSLY WRONG!

SHALKA DOCTOR: WRONG? WRONG?!!

1.5
The Doctor emerges from under the console, looking a bit annoyed. He's wearing a big pair of steampunkish, bug-eyed welding goggles. He wags the sonic screwdriver at her as he talks. He's strikingly strange-looking, with his delicate, sharp features. He's definitely the most alien-looking of the Doctor's nine lives.

SHALKA DOCTOR: ALISON, IT'S GEORGE GERSHWIN, AND I HAVE PERFECT PITCH.

SHALKA DOCTOR: WHAT COULD POSSIBLY BE "WRONG"?!

SHALKA DOCTOR: I CAN DO SOME "BRITPOP" IF THAT'S MORE TO YOUR TASTES. "CHAMPAGNE SUPERNOVA", PERHAPS?

ALISON: LOOK, I'M NO EXPERT, BUT...

PAGE 2
2.1
Alison points a thumb over her shoulder, to the area off to the right of the console platform, where a TARDIS much like the Doctor's sits quietly. It's a bit boxier, with the door handle on the wrong side and a red lamp on top.
SPECIAL NOTE: It is, in fact, the TARDIS design from the scrapped 80s Nelvana cartoon- see the reference pics I send ya.

ALISON: THAT LOOK RIGHT TO YOU?

2.2
CU of the Doctor, rising to his feet and pulling the welding goggles down around his neck. He's gone even paler than usual.

SHALKA DOCTOR: OH.

SHALKA DOCTOR: THIS IS VERY MUCH THE OPPOSITE OF GOOD.

2.3
The Doctor turns and points at the Master accusingly. The Master rises to his feet and takes a few steps toward the new Police Box. He claps his hands gleefully.

SHALKA DOCTOR: YOU!

SHALKA DOCTOR: YOU SABOTAGED THE THERMO-COUPLINGS!

THE MASTER: NO, I DIDN'T! BUT IT'S MOST AMUSING!

2.4
The Doctor steps off the console platform, cautiously approaching the new TARDIS. He loses the gloves and goggles and slips his neatly pressed black jacket on, as though he's expecting company. The Master makes a very feminine gesture, melodramatically putting his hand to his head in a classic "damsel in distress" gesture right out of a silent movie. Alison stands in the back holding the Magnetic Clamp from the TARDIS tool kit- ready to clobber whatever comes out of the box...

THE MASTER: PERHAPS IT'S A GRAVITY BUBBLE.

SHALKA DOCTOR: SHUT UP.

THE MASTER: OR A RECURSIVE SPACE LOOP. OH NO, WE'LL BE TRAPPED HERE FOREVER.

SHALKA DOCTOR: SERIOUSLY, SHUT UP.

THE MASTER: NOT THAT IT'D BE MUCH CHANGE FOR-

2.5
Same frame. The doors of this strange new TARDIS open OUTWARD with a tiny creak. The Doctor freezes in his tracks, stunned by what he sees. The Master's face shows just the faintest hint of dull surprise. Poor Alison just looks confused.

DOOR SFX: CREEEEEEEAK!

THE MASTER: AH.

2.6
Standing in the other TARDIS' door is none other than Paul McGann's 8th Doctor. But it's the short-haired, leather jacketed version so many fans hate (yes, he even has the "man-purse"). And he looks much the worse for wear- he's been through Hell to get here.
SPECIAL NOTE: from here on out, "The Doctor" refers to the Shalka Doctor only, as he's our main character. Any other Doctors who pop up will be clearly designated so things don't get confusing. So unless I put a number or other name in front of it, "the Doctor" refers to the Shalka Doctor.

8th DOCTOR: HUH....

8th DOCTOR: HELLO.


PAGE 3
3.1
The 8th Doctor stumbles out and collapses on the floor. Alison and the Doctor run over to him.

8th DOCTOR: I'M THE- *

ALISON: OH MY GOD.

3.2
The Doctor crouches by his side, cradling his head. He takes a close look at his face. Alison leans over the Doctor's shoulder. The 8th Doctor mumbles incoherently, eyes closed...

8th DOCTOR: LUCIE... ALEX...

8th DOCTOR: OH, SUSAN, I'M SO SORRY.

ALISON: WHAT'S HE ON ABOUT?

SHALKA DOCTOR: DELIRIOUS, POOR CHAP. HE NEEDS WINE. TWO GLASSES OF MASSANDRA 1775, ALISON!

3.3
Alison runs off at the Doctor's behest, but turns back as he belays the order. The Doctor stays focused on #8. There's a touch of nostalgia in his face, remembering the days when he was him...

ALISON: WHERE AM I SUPPOSED TO-?

SHALKA DOCTOR: IN THE WINE CELLAR, OF COURSE! TWO DOORS DOWN FROM THE ZEPPELIN HANGAR. MIND THE LEOPARD!

SHALKA DOCTOR: NO ON SECOND THOUGHT... TEA. YOU WERE ALWAYS ONE FOR TEA, WEREN'T YOU, OLD MAN?

3.4
The Doctor grabs each side of #8's face and tries to touch his forehead to his, like the Master did to the 10th Doctor in The End of Time Part 1.

SHALKA DOCTOR: I THINK YOU BETTER BRING ME UP TO SPEED.

SHALKA DOCTOR: CONTACT.

3.5
#8's eyes open. He shoves the Doctor away with violent, delirious energy. We've never seen #8 so unbalanced- except maybe back during his "WHO AM I?!!" scream in the TV Movie. He scampers off in the general direction of the console platform. The Doctor looks on, confused and a touch offended...

8th DOCTOR: GET AWAY FROM ME!

SHALKA DOCTOR: HONESTLY-

SHALKA DOCTOR: A "NO TELEPATHY TODAY, THANK YOU" WOULD HAVE SUFFICED.

PAGE 4
4.1
The 8th Doctor runs madly toward the console, waving his arms about. The Master stands by the console, one hand moving toward the main door controls while his other gestures innocently toward the doors themselves.

8th DOCTOR: THE DOORS! DEADLOCK THE DOORS!

THE MASTER: WHAT- THESE DOORS?

8th DOCTOR: OF COURSE THOSE DOORS!!!

THE MASTER: THERE'S SOMETHING ABSOLUTELY GHASTLY ON THE OTHER SIDE, YES?

8th DOCTOR: YES!!!

4.2
CU of the Master's fingers, as they flick the door switch to "OPEN".

THE MASTER: GOOD.

THE MASTER: BECAUSE I THINK I'VE HAD QUITE ENOUGH OF YOUR COMPANY, DOCTORS.

8th DOCTOR: NO!!!

4.3
POV from outside the main doors, just starting to open. The Master turns from the console and starts to walk toward them. He throws his arms out in a grandiose welcoming gesture and smiles.

THE MASTER: HELLO! HELLO, HORRIBLE THING OUTSIDE! I DO HOPE YOU'VE COME TO KILL US ALL!

THE MASTER: ALLOW ME INTRODUCE MYSELF, I'M USUALLY REFERED TO AS-

4.4
Same angle. The doors are now fully open. The Master stops dead in his tracks. His face drops, a bit disappointed.

THE MASTER: HMPH.

THE MASTER: WELL, I BELIEVE WE'VE ALREADY MET ACTUALLY.

4.5
The Master BLOWS THE F*** UP- his android innards blowing apart as a massive charge of green electricity knocks him into the air, back toward the console.

4.6
The smoke clears as a strange robot-like creature rolls through the doorway. A thing with a revolving, tentacled eyestalk and two massive, strange arms. It's a DALEK, but not like one we've ever seen... unless we know the Daleks from the Japanese Target novelizations. The eye turns right at us- seeking out its next victim. It's like a giant magnifying glass, with a distorted, all-too-human eye twitching underneath. Inexplicably, it's dialogue includes Japanese subtitles...

DALEK: EX-TER-MI-NATE !

SUBTITLES: 根絶しなさい!

TO BE CONTINUED...
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:icongizmo01:
gizmo01 Featured By Owner May 17, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
What kind of Dalek is that?
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ShawnVanBriesen Featured By Owner May 17, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
MITSUBISHI DALEKS. They are from the Japanese novelizations. [link]
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gizmo01 Featured By Owner May 17, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wow cool :D Nice comic by the way ^_^
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ShawnVanBriesen Featured By Owner May 18, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks. Glad you like it.
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Fizbop Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2011  Professional Interface Designer
That's the coolest Dalek ever!
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ShawnVanBriesen Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
The Japanese novelizations. They are very creepy.
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Fizbop Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2011  Professional Interface Designer
I'll have to find this novel if possible.
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PaulHanley Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2011  Professional
The novellization's pretty hard to come by, I'm told (as it was only published in Japan 30 and didn't have a large run- Doctor Who didn't make much impact there at the time). But you can read about them here: [link]

Or take a look here, under the "JAPAN" section (where you can find all the illustrations from the original book- amazing stuff): [link]
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ShawnVanBriesen Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Ha! See I knew you would know.
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ShawnVanBriesen Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Ask Paul Hanley :iconpaulhanley:(the writer of this epic yarn) about it. He knows a lot more than about this way off the grid stuff than I do. I just draw what he tells me to.:D
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BlueBeacon Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2011
Oh yes the shalka doctor is the main doctor yes yes yes!!!! This is awesome! I can't wait for this I wish it was made into a bbc audio since the animations department went under. This would be so cool! I can't wait to see the rest and great job shawn!
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PaulHanley Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2011  Professional
An audio version??? I never even thought of that. This actually COULD be done that way (though some elements would have to go- you'll understand why soon). I know some of the Big Finish writers... if only I knew some of the producers too! :D
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BlueBeacon Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2011
You know big finish writers? Hey nic briggs(head of big finish) said your art rocked give him a ring man! I always wanted more stuff of the shalka doctor and this could be something big,though I had always envisioned him telling the story of how he got all mopy and non interfering in scream of the shalka.
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PaulHanley Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2011  Professional
Yeah- I know a few of the writers, but only in a very "internet/facebook-y" kinda way. :D Mostly b/c of my official Iris Wildthyme work.

And yeah, Briggsy did like that one pic, but that hardly means I have his personal email. :D Even if I did, BF doesn't take unsolicited submissions. It's possible things would be different if I was a "name" writer, but alas, that ain't happened yet.

Anyway, yeah- it did seem like the plan for the Shalka Doctor was to reveal more of his backstory down the road (had there been one). I'll tell ya right now- this story doesn't answer the question of what the big tragedy was in his past. I kinda feel that secret is Paul Cornell's business to answer. We will get a few glimpses and hints of Alternative #9's other adventures though- so stay tuned. ;)
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BlueBeacon Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2011
awesome I can't wait to see it! Though I wonder how did you get to know some of the writers and how did they notice your artwork?
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PaulHanley Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2011  Professional
Like I said- it was through Iris Wildthyme, since that series has some of the same writers. I did the cover for their work, so- y'know- ya get to talking a bit. :) One of the Wildthyme writers found me through DA (they thought it was interesting I was drawing stuff like the Lenny Hanry Doctor), and that eventually led to that first cover gig (hopefully more are in the future- Iris rules).
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PaulHanley Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2011  Professional
Actually, I have a new Iris cover half-penciled on my drafting table right now, so... yes. :) Funny how fast things can develop sometimes. :D
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BlueBeacon Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2011
think they will give you any more work in the future?
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PaulHanley Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2011  Professional
Whoops- replied to that under my own comment, not youre. Yes- more Iris work is already in the bag (possibly even a LOT more Iris work). Look for something early next year. :)
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ShawnVanBriesen Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Oh that's a good idea! But yeah some of it would have to go...
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BlueBeacon Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2011
I guess some of it gets alittle sweary right? Or more than that? Also your art is amazing! I so love the detail!
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PaulHanley Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2011  Professional
It basically comes down to a number of rights issues. Companies like Nelvana (and whatever Japanese company holds the copyrights for the alternate Dalek design) would have to sign off along with the BBC (though in audio- maybe you could get away with just HINTING at those things?). And as you'll soon see, that's just the beginning of the left-field oddness to come...

Also, I'm not sure about REG actually wanting to reprise the role again. He's a relatively big actor, and he might be annoyed with the way he was written off by the BBC (and even had some pretty awful things said about his performance by RTD). And I'm not sure how much they want to touch on the idea of alternate Doctors, now that the show is back and they have a "brand" to protect. As far as I know, the only "alternate" stuff since 2005 is the 2nd David Warner "Unbound" (which was long delayed) and the SEVEN KEYS TO DOOMSDAY audio.
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BlueBeacon Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2011
Ah I see and I think REG got a bad rap though I wonder if he pays attention to how many loved him as the shalka doctor? Anyway my fav out of the unbound adventures was david warner as the alternate third doctor. The others were good but not as memorable as davids adventures, infact there were two of his adventures and there was rumor of a third but I don't think it was ever made, plus they stoped doing alternate doctors a while back sadly.
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PaulHanley Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2011  Professional
I'd love to see (or at least hear) more of Warner's Doctor. But then more Warner is always a good thing. I'm amazed with all his audio work he hasn't been asked to come over to Cardiff for a guest spot on the TV show (DREAMLAND doesn't count). He'd be amazing and bring an instant sort of "Hollywood cred" that'd only be rivaled by Michael Gambon's and Timothy Dalton's appearances.

I agree Warner's first Unbound (SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL) was the highlight of the series by far. Though I enjoyed David Collings cold-hearted take, too. And HE JESTS AT SCARS was fun in a totally bonkers kind of way (and how can you not love having Jayston as the Valeyard back- even if it doesn't count)?.

And yeah- REG didn't get a fair shake at all. Imagine judging Tom Baker on ROBOT, McGann on the TVM, or McCoy on TIME AND THE RANI. Many great Doctors took a while to settle in (and needed some great scripts to work from). I actually thought REG was good from the get-go- who knows what that could've developed into? I'm usually very pro-RTD, but I thought it was really uncool (and unprofessional) when he trashed Grant's performance. I can only chalk it up to the fact that "his" 9th Doctor was the new kid on the block at the time, and he felt he had to trash Grant's work to legitimize his own (unnecessary, as I don't think anyone ever questioned Eccleston's legitimacy as the new Doctor).
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BlueBeacon Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2011
I agree with you about REG and Warner. They should at least bring him back as an alternate doctor or timelord perhaps an evil one, he certainly played enough villians in the past to pull it off. I often wonder if REG was interviewed about the shalka doctor and what happened afterwards what would his answers be?
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ShawnVanBriesen Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
No that's not why. There's stuff that is so far out of Who continuity that it wouldn't be allowed.
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BlueBeacon Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2011
Wow........makes me want to read it more!
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ShawnVanBriesen Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Yeah he's an interesting take on the character. How great would a REG Doctor be? Wait'll you see what happens next!
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BlueBeacon Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2011
Awesome but let me ask you something would you be offended or flattered if someone did an illustartion of the page?
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ShawnVanBriesen Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
I'm not sure I understand? Which page? I did complete the first two pages. Here's page 1 [link]
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BlueBeacon Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2011
of page one using the script just for fun?
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ShawnVanBriesen Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
I would ask Paul. He wrote it.
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BlueBeacon Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2011
will do and I am loving the icon you had, I took a which doctor are you test and came out as the second doctor! Can't wait to see the rest of the comic and find out what happens next!
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ShawnVanBriesen Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
I love Troughton. He's easily my favorite. I took a test and came out as 10. Allons-Y!
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LonelyImmortal Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2011
Another Shalka!Doctor story? YESSSS!!!! And I just thought Eccleston was woefully underused.

I hate to see the Master go so soon, but it's not like Death has much hold over him anyway. As gleeful as he was at the prospect, makes me think he might have had an "escape plan" in place and ready for such an occasion as he is wont to do. ;)

Question, have a link to the pics of the Nelvana TARDIS?
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ShawnVanBriesen Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
I couldn't find hardly anything on the Nelvana TARDIS. I basically just went with Paul's description of it.
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BlueBeacon Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2011
I could have gotten you a pic of the nelvana tardis [link]
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Arcalian Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2011
Well that's robot Master dealt with pretty quick...
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ShawnVanBriesen Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
:D Yeah I so wanted to draw that.
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RobertHack Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Love this!
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ShawnVanBriesen Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks, Robert!
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mikedaws Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2011
Fantastic! :)
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ShawnVanBriesen Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks, Mike!
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mikedaws Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2011
You're Welcome :)
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fresian-cat Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2011
Such a good job on the art :D
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ShawnVanBriesen Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks! How'd you like the colouring? I'm going to post the black and white completed pages when we're all finished.
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