Articles Tagged '#NewToWho'


#newtoWHO: Vulture Recapper Ross Ruediger’s First ‘Doctor Who’ Experience

1. Who introduced you to the show? It wasn’t a who, but rather a what, and that’s Starlog magazine, which, long before folks bookmarked their favorites or shut down their browsers, was the go-to resource for sci-fi TV and movie fans. Issue #36 from July 1980 (the mag’s fourth anniversary issue), featured on its front […]


#newtoWHO: Author Joe Nazzaro on His First ‘Doctor Who’ Experience

Joe Nazzaro says he owes his career to Doctor Who. A professional journalist for more than two decades, Nazzaro began doing interviews for his local Who fan club before making his first sale to Doctor Who Magazine in the late ’80s. He continued writing about the series in Starlog magazine. And to tighten his Whovian […]

Arnold T. Blumberg: If You’re #newtoWHO, Start With Modern Series

We continue our #newtoWHO series with Arnold T. Blumberg (@arnoldtblumberg), a prolific author, educator, book designer, and Doctor Who DVD reviewer for IGN. He co-authored the Howe’s Transcendental Toybox series of Doctor Who merchandise guides and has written extensively on zombies. As a professor, he teaches zombies in popular media and science fiction media at […]

‘Merrick’ from Ain’t It Cool News: ‘Doctor Who’ Has Changed My Life

Glen Oliver (@GlenOliverAICN), a.k.a. “Merrick,” is one of the resident Whovians over at Ain’t It Cool News, one of the web’s pioneering sci-fi/geek sites. Like many of us, he was introduced to Doctor Who during the modern, Russell T. Davies/Steven Moffat era, and he was “hooked” after 15 minutes. But the series has had an […]

Congrats to Our ‘Doctor Who’ Destination #newtoWHO Winner!

Congrats to our fourth and final iTunes giveaway winner Holly. Her response to this week’s Doctor Who question was selected by our expert judges as this week’s top choice. She’s won a full iTunes download of Doctor Who, Season 6. Monday, we asked you, “If you could take a friend who’s #newtoWHO to any destination […]

Doctor Who Online’s Sebastian J. Brook Shares #newtoWHO Story

In the world of Doctor Who superfans, 32-year-old Sebastian J. Brook would sit somewhere in the top one percent. He currently reigns as editor of Doctor Who Online, which he began as a mere 16-year-old fan in Surrey, England. Flash forward 16 years, and the site is one of the premier Whovian destinations on the […]