The Final Zone

The ramblings of a nerdy bisexual twentysomething socialist wannabe-author.

You'll find a lot of talk about Doctor Who, bisexuality and then a mix of general fandom stuff here. (Warning: May contain some ranting.)

I'm lucky enough to have a wonderful girlfriend/soulmate, Caitlin, who makes my life far richer. Once she described as "like a very sensual monkey." I'm strangely proud of this.

And Grace Holloway thinks I'm pretty.




Laughing forever at the Sunday Times interviewer who thinks he has “the first interview he’s given anywhere in the galaxy” from Peter Capaldi about his role as the Doctor. Doctor Who Magazine Issue 469, February 2014. You were beaten to the punch by 5 whole months, smeg for brains.

But then we can’t expect anyone working for Murdoch to tell the truth, particularly where the BBC is concerned.





xectc-e:

That awkward moment when you’ve boarded a plane owned by Bald Master.

xectc-e:

That awkward moment when you’ve boarded a plane owned by Bald Master.

(via thebreathofforever)


tardismonkey:

Just went on Big Finish and literally just bought a load of Doctor Who audio adventures…

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preciousterrestrials:

Apparently Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart exists in the Marvel universe. And he’s blond.

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Seems Chris Claremont’s a Whovian- and the Brig is simply too awesome for one universe to hold him. Benton, meanwhile, is Benton no matter what universe he’s in.

[Uncanny X-Men #218]

(via charleytimelord)






“I so recall the moment when I told Paul that Nick would be joining us in Bristol, all ready to explain who he was, to which Paul just went “The Brigadier!?! I get to meet the Brigadier!” I then began to suspect Paul was more au fait with the Doctor Who universe than he was letting on, the sly dawg!”

Big Finish Producer Gary Russell on Minuet in Hell (via vortisaurus)

(via glitter-from-gallifrey)



bright-coat-and-bravado:

It was recently announced that Big Finish is going to be producing a full-cast audio adaptation of Russel T. Davies’ 1996 Virgin New Adventures novel Damaged Goods. This novel features a number of themes and plotpoints that were controversial when it was published, and I’ve got some anxieties about how they’re gonna handle it. Spoilers for Damaged Goods and Jago & Litefoot 4: Beautiful Things below!

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asaucerfulbabybearsmusings:

anachrophobian:

Eight and Alan Turing, because that’s something that happens in The Turing Test by Paul Leonhard. There’s also a rather wonderful fic by apolesen, which partly inspired this (I’ve also watched this film about Alan Turing with Derek Jacobi recently, I forget the title).

Oh. Isn’t this fabulous?Wow.

asaucerfulbabybearsmusings:

anachrophobian:

Eight and Alan Turing, because that’s something that happens in The Turing Test by Paul Leonhard. There’s also a rather wonderful fic by apolesen, which partly inspired this (I’ve also watched this film about Alan Turing with Derek Jacobi recently, I forget the title).

Oh. Isn’t this fabulous?
Wow.

(via charleytimelord)