One small step for man; one really tiny leap for the blue box.
“TARDIS Moon Landing” shows The Doctor photobombing mankind’s early space footage. This momentous occasion just got even more special.
That bow really ties the outfit together, does it not?
“Bow Tie For Who” shows the eleventh Doctor, Matt Smith’s, famous bow tie and shirt pattern. Always cool. Now, where’s my tweed jacket? No, the one with the elbow patches.
Quite a surprise when the face is uncovered. I’d suggest you not blink, but if you do, at least you won’t remember any of this in the morning.
“I’ve Forgotten Why I Shouldn’t Blink” by silverqe shows a creepy love child of The Silence and Weeping Angels. It’s probably the scariest hybrid of Doctor Who villains ever unveiled. Incredible.
From TARDIS to TARDIS; Millennium Falcon to Starship Enterprise, this chronologic display looks like a sandwich flipped inside out. All the meat seems to be on the outside and the crummy bread-like bits in the middle. No offense to Battlestar or real life, but it’s all relative, especially when dealing with time and space.
“Space Ship Timeline” shows a brief history of notable spacecraft, both science fiction and fact, starting at year infinity and ending the same. The chart looks pretty small, but I promise, it’s bigger on the inside.
I know the slipper looks small, but trust me, it’s bigger on the inside. Take my hand and I promise that you’ll never have to worry about that pesky midnight curfew ever again.
“Come Away With Me” by Karen Hallion shows Cinderella taking the Doctor’s hand and boarding the TARDIS. The prince in the police box plucks a fair maiden from obscurity for a life of adventure.