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Welcome to this week’s Doctor Who‘s Day roundup, cosmic compilation of time- and space-related stuff and nonsense from the past week on the Internet, or thereabouts.

And we begin this week with a celebration of the Doctor’s artistic side.

Last week, Peter Capaldi posed with one of Frida Kahlo‘s self-portraits. Their eyebrow game is strong:

But only a few days before that, this startling portrait came up. Is this proof of actual time-travel? Who can say:

• And then this! “There’s a crack in my wall…”

As we know, the link between Peter Capaldi and his art student past is still very much alive:

And he’s always very encouraging of fan efforts, like this:

And most especially this, to Rachael Stott, artist on the Doctor Who comics:

This totally counts, by the way:

Here’s what else has been going on in space and time this week:

• “Doctor Misterio” visits Mexico. Chaos ensues:

• And then a world record is broken:

Nice one, Mexico! (492 in case you wondered…)

Posted by Doctor Who on Monday, March 21, 2016

• The TARDIS Index Files on the Weeping Angels:

• Angels on the move:

Does the cosplay of an angel become itself an angel? Check out our #FanFriday Weeping Angel submissions! #MonsterMonth

Posted by Doctor Who on Friday, March 18, 2016

10 things you may not know about “The Empty Child,”, not including the answer to the question, “Are you my mummy?”

• Three very pleasing tweets in a row:

• Speaking of portraits…

• Mysterious faces appear from nowhere:

A peek-a-boo moment #BehindTheScenes of Heaven Sent! #DoctorWho #DrWho #fandom #whovian #BTS

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• 10 tips for traveling with a Time Lord:

• Create your own Doctor Who comics:

Doctor Who Comic Creator trailer

Create your own Doctor Who comics using different Doctors, companions and monsters, including your own terrifying creatures! Download the free Doctor Who Comic Creator app from here:iOS >> Play >>

Posted by Doctor Who on Thursday, March 17, 2016

• This is exceptionally hard, or preposterously easy (age may be a factor):

Guess the #DoctorWho emoji episode! #DrWho #whovian #fandom

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More emoji madness here…

• Work is tough for Karen Gillan these days:

• The Doctor and Donna in shades:

Doctor Who titles, as if they were Sherlock titles:

• And finally, just because it is always nice to reaffirm what we are all here to talk about, here’s a fan-made trailer for Doctor Who, and a whistle-wettener for Season 10:


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By Fraser McAlpine