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Jun. 27th, 2017 01:00 pm
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I wasn't going to sign up for the [community profile] jd_ficathon. And yet... *facepalm*

Nominations Are Open!

Jun. 27th, 2017 05:17 pm
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Please only nominate & relationships (i.e. gen relationships.).

Please ignore the instructions at the top of the form regarding crossover relationships. Crossover relationships go under 'Crossover Fandom'. The instructions to nominate crossover relationships under either fandom are AO3's automated instructions, and, unfortunately, I can't find a way to remove them.

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Please also avoid All Media Types tags for fandoms as much as possible. As specific or general (eg: individual movies or umbrella franchises) as you want is fine, but I'd prefer to minimise AMT tags as much as possible.

Please also note that I won't be able to approve tags very quickly until the 28th or 29th, possibly the 30th, because my home Internet is down and repairs are ongoing. I will be approving nominations on mobile as fast as possible, but disambiguation will take time. In particular, disambiguating when nominating for the following fandoms would make the process faster:
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Stargate
George R. R. Martin
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The Man From U.N.C.L.E.  (TV/movies)

Once nominations begin to be approved, if your noms have mysteriously vanished, been moved to the wrong fandom, or otherwise messed up, please let me know! Ditto for duplicates and misspellings/nonexistent characters.
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Posted by Ianto Williams

George Mann returns to Doctor Who comics, taking a shot at the Eleventh Doctor run.

The Doctor, Alice and the sapling are fresh from their previous adventure, after saving the Ood from impending doom.  But there is no rest for this TARDIS team as they receive a distress call from a mystery ship.

However, all is not as it seems. Where are the passengers and the crew? There are mysterious happenings as the team investigate and the Doctor is concerned as to what the ship is actually running on. All these bizarre goings-on and interesting plot lines make for a fun read as you find yourself immersed in some top notch writing.

The artwork rises to the usual high standards we have come to expect in this amazing run of comics.  I.N.J Culbard not only succeeds to present amazing likenesses to everybody’s favourite characters but also delivers some marvellous panels of art which really make the story come alive. In particular, a marvellous image of the ship and its contents which shows amazing imagination.

TITAN COMICS - DOCTOR WHO: ELEVENTH DOCTOR YEAR 3 #6
TITAN COMICS – DOCTOR WHO: ELEVENTH DOCTOR YEAR 3 #6

The story we are given in this issue does not slacken or slow at any point. The plot is fast and quick and we are presented with new, interesting and intriguing ideas with every panel along with plenty of questions.

Despite the quick adventurous plot, there is also some hint towards the overall arc of this series, which is not thrust upon us but actually links in with the overall story building on what we have already discovered in previous issues.

The comic is left with a big cliff-hanger which perhaps requires prior knowledge of the previous issues to truly understand. However, anyone can read and discover what is to come in the next issue.

Overall a very fun and enjoyable issue which leaves the reader invested in the plot and characters. George Mann has succeeded yet again.

Blogtor Rating – 9/10

TITAN COMICS – Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor Year Three #6 is available to buy now.
TITAN COMICS - DOCTOR WHO: ELEVENTH DOCTOR YEAR 3 #6
TITAN COMICS – DOCTOR WHO: ELEVENTH DOCTOR YEAR 3 #6

 

TITAN COMICS - DOCTOR WHO: ELEVENTH DOCTOR YEAR 3 #6 Cover A: Wellington Diaz
TITAN COMICS – DOCTOR WHO: ELEVENTH DOCTOR YEAR 3 #6 Cover A: Wellington Diaz
TITAN COMICS - DOCTOR WHO: ELEVENTH DOCTOR YEAR 3 #6 Cover C: Simon Myers
TITAN COMICS – DOCTOR WHO: ELEVENTH DOCTOR YEAR 3 #6 Cover C: Simon Myers
TITAN COMICS - DOCTOR WHO: ELEVENTH DOCTOR YEAR 3 #6 Cover B: Photo - Will Brooks
TITAN COMICS – DOCTOR WHO: ELEVENTH DOCTOR YEAR 3 #6 Cover B: Photo – Will Brooks

 

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State of the SB

Jun. 27th, 2017 11:22 am
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Hate everything.
Having cashflow problems, some of which are my fault, and some of which are other people's fault, and all of which are beyond my control and therefore incredibly frustrating.
Cashflow problems meaning I am having to cancel on commitments, which I hate doing.
Politics in general is full of arseholes who keep arsing.
Work is frustrating, because I can't do the things I need to do for various stupid reasons (also beyond my control).
Have had no sleep and lots of pointless arguments with members of household, which means I am dangerously low on spoons, grumpy and frazzled.
And to top it all, my right tit is a big scabby painful mess.

Here's hoping you lot are all a bit happier...

Off-Topic Tuesday!

Jun. 27th, 2017 11:11 am
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In the comments to these weekly posts (and only these posts), it's your chance to go as off topic as you like. Talk about non-comics stuff, thread derail, and just generally chat amongst yourselves.

In the US, the new Healthcare scheme is being co-ordinated and planned in such cloak and dagger stealth and secrecy that the planning of the D-Day landings look like an information free for all by comparison.

The Supreme Court upheld, sort of, Trump's travel ban, until it's review later in the year, so we'll see how that one goes.

The British PM finalised a deal with the Democratic Unionist Party (a party more regressive than even her own Tory Party are) to shore up her minority Government for Brexit, and the cost of this compeltely cynical move? A snip at £1 billion pounds. And this from a PM who told a nurse that the Public Sector pay cap of 1% had to stay because "We don't have a magic money tree"... yeah, right.

A new mini-version of the Super Nintendo is being released in September for $80

This weeks Doctor Who, the first of the two part season finale (and last regular story for Peter Capaldi) was pretty damn awesome... especially if (like one lucky friend) you had managed to avoid ALL spoilers, because the reveals were very, VERY impressive. And even if you knew what they were, they were still capable of holding an emotional gut-punch.

Missy was a delight, in her trying to be good, but not really having the right attitude for it. (Oddly, and I only realise this as I typed that last sentence, in some ways reminiscent of Capaldi's early stories, where his social skills were... distinctly lacking and he ponders over whether he's a GOOD man)

The Cybermen should always reflect a degree of body horror of course, but I can't recall anything on this scale before (The proto-Cyberman screaming "Pain!" repeatedly and endlessly through it's voicebox, until a nurse comes along to tend to it... by turning the volume on the voicebox down... That's just HORRIBLE)

My one serious concern is that Bill does not end up being a victim of the reprehensible "dead lesbian" trope in TV drama, but I'm hoping that Moffatt's tendency to NOT kill characters will shine through and it might end up being something to do with why he's seen regenerating at the start of the episode. Am REALLY jazzed for the finale!

And to shift slightly more ON topic (which I really do try NOT to do), it's the last week of Pride Month, and whilst we may not have had a theme devoted to it, since EVERY month is Pride Month on scans_daily (Well, it is if we're doing it right), a big shout out to all members who identify on the delightful rainbow which is the LGBTQIA spectrum! You are all welcome, you are all celebrated and if some of you want to post scans on the topic, then fly my pretties, FLY!

Munich Film Festival II

Jun. 27th, 2017 11:28 am
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The Infiltrator was part of the Bryan Cranston retrospective and basically came across as a well-made routine thriller without anything being either bad or having anything innovative going for it. I.e. if you've watched thrillers about undercover cops working to bring a drug cartel down, you can predict all of the story beats. (Other than one spoilerly bit ).) It's entertaining and does what it sets out to do, and needless to say Cranston is reliably good in the part, but I wouldn't say it's a must.

City of Ghosts, otoh, was a fantastic documentary, directed by Matthew Heineman, about the citizen journalist group Raqqa is being slaughtered silently (RBBS). Before I watched it, I was unfamiliar with the phrase "citizen journalist" , but it's really a perfect description, because before the IS came to Raqqa, only one of them was a journalist, the rest had professions like high school math teacher or engineer. Nonetheless, they took incredible risks getting out photos and film evidence of the atrocities the so called Islamic State visited - and still visits upon their city. The surviving founders of the group had to flee but they still have some members in Raqqa, trying their best to continue getting material out. I'm always hesitant to use the phrase "real life heroes", but these people are truly heroic, and one thing that galls me especially is that when they've made it alive to Germany and safety, they promptly run into one anti-refugees march by the godawful AFD in Berlin.

The documentary starts during the "Arab Spring" in 2012, for which the Assad Regime going after Raqqa school children was one of the local triggers, and ends last year. We follow the core group of RBBS; Heineman is an invisible presence, he lets them narrate their stories, and when there's background information/exposition, such the way the IS uses the media for recruitment changed radically from the very early static speech videos to the Hollywood style big production videos that came into use after the fall of Raqqa, the activists are doing the explaining (subtitled, for the most part, everyone talks in Arabic) while the audience sees excerpts of the videos in question. BTW, I'd never seen an IS recruitment video before, and I have to say, the exact copying of action movie gimmicks and aesthetics (complete with following-the-bullet shots, soundtrack, etc.) is nearly as unsettling as the content. It's not much of a comfort that RBBS was able to puncture the IS self image enough by getting videos and photos showing the true state of Raqqa out to counteract the IS claims about it that the IS forbade any satelites in Raqqa and ordered the inhabitants to publically destroy theirs, so they regain control of the imagery. But it's something.

If the excerpts from the IS videos go for action movie gloss on violence, the mobile phone camera made videos of the RBBS are shaky, abruptly cut off, full of (inevitably) strange angles - and shocking in quite a different way. For example, the first time we see executions, the abrupt deaths and the already dead bodies lying around are bad enough, but without either the camera or any narrator pointing this out, what is as gruesome is what you see in the background. Yes, these are heads on pikes on what used to be the town square, not cheap movie props in the latest zombie splatter, but real human heads.

There's a lot of survivors guilt among the activists; one of them had to watch his father being executed in punishment, all of them are directly threatened by the IS who calls for their deaths, one lost his brother who was among the refugees who drowned in the Mediterranean, and when he talks about his dead brother, he says he still sends him messages per Facebook (as the account hasn't been taken down). "I am broken, my brother. Broken." And yet, and yet, they still continue to risk their lives. There's also a lot of comraderie we see, being physically comfortable with each other, and the rare moment of pure joy, such as everyone having a snowball fight in Berlin. You feel for them, and admire them - and hope the movie will be seen by as many people as possible. Maybe it will remind them that 95% of the victims of IS terrorism are Muslims - and said victims won't, shan't be silenced, are doing their best to fight back.

L'Intrusa, directed by Leonardo di Costanzo, is, like The Infiltrator, "based on a true story", with organized crime in the background, but the contrast couldn't be greater. While delivering a tight narration, there's nothing routine or slick about this movie, which is set in Naples and manages to avoid every single cliché. The fact you don't see the Vesuvio or the bay anywhere is just one of them; L'Intrusa is set in one of the poor quarters. The central characteris Giovanna, who has organized a miixture of daycare centre and social centre for kids and teenagers to offer them a life off the streets. When the film starts, the centre is well established and has been running for years, has been embraced by the neighborhood - but then something happens that puts Giovanna in an unsolvable dilemma. One of the small to mid level gangster's wives - Maria - and her two children have come to the centre, claiming refuge. Giovanna, Maria's daughter Rita and Maria are the three main characters; the supporting cast is also individualized, from Giovanna's right hand woman Sabina to the widow of a man Maria's husband has shot to the little daughter whose father was beaten to a pulp by Maria's husband right in front of her.

L'Intrusa never shows on screen violence. It doesn't show the Camorra doing what the Camorra does, but the after effects are present everywhere. This was a deliberate choice by the director, who in the Q & A said that if you depict Mafiosi "from the front", i.e. put them in the centre of the narration, even if you position them as villains, you end up making them in some ways sympathetic or even glorify them. "So, in my films, I only come at them sideways" - i.e. they're not there on screen, but there's no mistaking the terribile effect they have. Now, the centre is a film full of life and joy, with a community acting together, and it's rare and very attractive to see that. But it's not utopia, and in fact the need for it directly grows out of the unseen horrors around it. Not surprisingly, more and more parents object to Maria's presence. Giovanna gets accused of prioritizing the perpretators over their victims. The aunt of the little girl who has seen her father beaten into a pulp demands to know how she should justify to her sister letting her niece interact, let alone play with Rita, what that would do to her niece. Things come to a head when Rita and some of the kids argue, a normal kids' argument, with the parents drawn into, but Maria isn't just any parent, and so when she says "if you touch my daughter again etc.", the awareness that this is the wife of someone who casually kills people, even if he's currently arrested and hopefully won't get out of prison any time soon, makes this a direct threat to the other kids.

Otoh, Giovanna's argument is: if you ever want to break the cycle of violence, you need to make sure that the Marias of the world don't raise their children to follow their fathers' footsteps. That these children learn other values, learn something different. If she turns these children away from the centre, this will not happen.

As I said: it's an unsolvable dilemma, and the movie doesn't simplify it. It even adds to the stakes because Maria at first comes across as arrogant and rude (it's not until well into the film when you see her alone that you realise she's shattered and scared as well). Not to mention that she starts out by deceiving Giovanna, and there's early on not much to justify Giovanna's hope that Maria actually wants a change for herself and her children - nothing but the fact Maria is here instead of being with her rich sister-in-law, who in the movie shows up twice in a big car to retrieve Maria, in vain, and evidently lives the well funded Mafia spouse life. Basically: you understand where everyone is coming from.

Something else I learned in the Q & A was that most of the actors were lay actors, actual Neapolitans whose main job is in social service (though no one played themselves), with Giovanna being played by a woman who is a dancer and dance choreographer. "Because Giovanna doesn't say much, she's so stoic, she expresses herself through her body language," said the director, "I wanted someone who could do that, that's why I picked Raffaela Giordano." Who indeed is able to express much by the way she looks at people, by her movements, and who looks like she's closer to 50 than to 40. Everyone looks "normal", i.e. like people you could meet on the streets, not like well styled actors with a daily workout. But none act amateurishly in the sense that you're taken outside the story or feel they're talking stiltedly; given Rita and the other children are a big part of the story, that's especially amazing.

Favourite detail: one of the projects the kids in the centre work on, and the one Rita falls in love with and participates with, is building a robot they name "Mr. Jones" out of old bicycle parts. You can bet that in most other movies, Rita and her baby brother would have changed placed in age and it would have been a little boy fascinated with the robot.

In conclusion: probably my favourite movie so far, and highly reccomended
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New DW Communities

[dreamwidth.org profile] drawesome is "a friendly community of fan-artists who enjoy drawing. We hope to inspire and motivate each other to practice and hone our drawing skills in a stress-free, supportive environment."

[dreamwidth.org profile] comicsroundtable is "a fannish community for comics discussion, reviews, and general chat."


Fannish/Geeky Things

Neat Twitter thread on Wonder Woman costuming, written by a costume designer.

"Wonder Woman Actor Says Chief Is Actually a Demi-God". [io9]

"Dungeons & Dragons Wouldn’t Be What It Is Today Without These Women".

"More Murderbot Adventures from Martha Wells". [Tor.com]


Miscellaneous

"Disney Princesses Reimagined Years Later As Queens By Daughters And Mothers". "The main idea was to portray the relationship between a true mother and daughter as the same princesses a generation apart to show the similarities, the features that are alike." (Related ~10-minute YouTube video, which I haven't watched.)

"Report Finds Diverse Movies Outperform White Ones At Every Level".

"Declawing: A new study shows we can’t look the other way".

"Host a Silent Reading Party in 7 Easy Steps". [Book Riot]

"Why Honeybees Are The Wrong Problem To Solve".

"Invention Saves Wildlife From Drowning in Swimming Pools".

"Sitka artist designs slinky dress from 20,000 salmon bones".

"How I use comic books as a learning tool in my social studies classroom". [March 2016]



On Atlas Obscura:

--"Most of the World’s Bread Clips Are Made by a Single Company".

--"Jupiter Is Even Weirder Than We Thought".

--"Laurel Dinosaur Park: This dig site outside D.C. is known for its exceptionally high density of baby dinosaur fossils and dinosaur eggs".

--"The Wartime Spies Who Used Knitting as an Espionage Tool".
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Conflict is needed for drama. And in a group, there is that one character who is around just to cause conflict with the other characters. WEST COAT AVENGERS #69 is an example of when there are two characters there just to cause conflict, and what happens when they fight each other.

Story by Roy Thomas, with art by Paul Ryan.

awc-cover.jpeg

Grudge Match )

Because we need justification.

Jun. 26th, 2017 10:49 pm
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Well, maybe.  I came across this lovely article on the history of people sleeping in beds.

Well, technically, on people sleeping together.

Communally.

Though - yeah, sex, too. Apparently, it's not really until the latter half of the 1800s, the Victorian period in Britain and to some extent here in the United States, that it became more accepted to sleep alone.

I think, though, that this might not have been the case in the West, as 'civilization'- and its rules -  was slower to catch up there.

So I give you "The Once-Common Practice of Communal Sleeping". To keep warm. To talk about things that you couldn't talk about in public.

And, well, you know . . .

Searching for a Pacific Rim Crossover

Jun. 26th, 2017 09:11 pm
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Hi, well, I have been searching for a Pacific Rim crossover for more than a year, I'm still searching for this fic and similar ones, I already searched Ao3 and FF.net in any way I could think of mixing Pacific Rim and Marvel.

The one I'm searching for has Bruce as a pilot but he only gets to fight when everything is going awful 'cause he can't control himself, and I'm not sure if it's the same one or another one, Loki is a pilot and is trying to connect with the kaijus and control them.

Bruce is not the Hulk and Loki is not a Norse god, they are just pilots, but Bruce was severely damaged and has a condition that makes him dangerous to use the Jeager, but also is a true strong warrior!!

Please help me with this!! Be well, Monica

45 Minutes and $1245 to Go!

Jun. 26th, 2017 06:19 pm
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Check-In – Day 26

Jun. 26th, 2017 09:45 pm
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*coughs*

Let us pretend that I did not miss a day. What have you been doing today?

— Thinking. Maybe a little, maybe a lot.
— Writing.
— Planning and / or researching.
— Editing.
— Sending things to the beta.
— Posting!
— Relaxing, taking a break, etc.
— Other stuff-ing. Look at the comment.

And the question for today: What one thing will get you to drop your writing instantly, whether you wish to or not? (In my case, it's a new Fire Emblem game, but that's me.)

The Doctor Falls - Publicity Pictures

Jun. 27th, 2017 12:19 am
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Posted by Marcus

The BBC have released a number of new publicity images to promote this week's episode of Doctor Who, The Doctor Falls
The Doctor Falls

Writer: Steven Moffat
Director: Rachel Talalay

The Mondasian Cybermen are on the rise. It’s time for the Doctor’s final battle…
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This week BBC One will show Doctor Who at 6.30pm.

Main Broadcast Details
United KingdomBBC OneSat 1 Jul 20176:30pm BST
Middle EastBBC FirstSat 1 Jul 20179.20pm AST(Sat 7:20pm BST)
United States of AmericaBBC AmericaSat 1 Jul 20178.30pm EDT(Sun 1.30am BST)
CanadaSPACESat 1 Jul 20179:00pm EDT(Sun 2:00am BST)
New ZealandPRIMESun 2 Jul 20177:30pm NZST(Sun 8:30am BST)
FinlandYLE2Sun 2 Jul 201711.25pm EEST(Sun 9:55am BST)
AustraliaABCSun 2 Jul 20177:40pm AEST(Sun 10:40am BST, also on ABC ME)
BrazilSyFySun 2 Jul 20178:00pm BRT(Mon 12:00qm BST)
Latin AmericaSyFySun 2 Jul 201710:00pm CDT(Mon 4:00am BST)

Full listings here
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Posted by Susan Hewitt

It is just a few days before the last episode of series 10. The Doctor Falls features an iconic battle between the Doctor (Peter Capaldi), the Master (John Simm), the Mistress a.k.a. Missy (Michelle Gomez) and Cybermen.

And it wouldn’t be a Doctor Who episode without The Doctor (Peter Capaldi). Here’s a few pix of Doctor with a Mondasian Cyberman, the Master(John Simm) and the Mistress (Michelle Gomez). Could the Cyberman be his friend, Bill Potts (Pearl Mackie)?

Don’t miss this huge finale, Doctor Who – The Doctor Falls this Saturday, 1st July on BBC One and BBC America.

The Doctor (PETER CAPALDI), The Master (JOHN SIMM), Missy (MICHELLE GOMEZ) - (C) BBC/BBC Worldwide - Photographer: Simon Ridgway
The Doctor (PETER CAPALDI), The Master (JOHN SIMM), Missy (MICHELLE GOMEZ) – (C) BBC/BBC Worldwide – Photographer: Simon Ridgway
Doctor Who - S10 - The Doctor Falls - The Doctor (PETER CAPALDI), Mondasian Cyberman, The Master (JOHN SIMM) - (C) BBC/BBC Worldwide - Photographer: Simon Ridgway
Doctor Who – S10 – The Doctor Falls – The Doctor (PETER CAPALDI), Mondasian Cyberman, The Master (JOHN SIMM) – (C) BBC/BBC Worldwide – Photographer: Simon Ridgway
Doctor Who S10 - The Doctor Falls - The Doctor (PETER CAPALDI), The Master (JOHN SIMM), Missy (MICHELLE GOMEZ) - (C) BBC/BBC Worldwide - Photographer: Simon Ridgway
The Doctor (PETER CAPALDI), The Master (JOHN SIMM), Missy (MICHELLE GOMEZ) – (C) BBC/BBC Worldwide – Photographer: Simon Ridgway
Doctor Who - S10 - The Doctor Falls- The Master (JOHN SIMM), Mondasian Cyberman, Missy (MICHELLE GOMEZ) - (C) BBC/BBC Worldwide - Photographer: Simon Ridgway
Doctor Who – S10 – The Doctor Falls- The Master (JOHN SIMM), Mondasian Cyberman, Missy (MICHELLE GOMEZ) – (C) BBC/BBC Worldwide – Photographer: Simon Ridgway

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Posted by Susan Hewitt

It is just a few days before the last episode of series 10. The Doctor Falls features an iconic battle between the Doctor (Peter Capaldi), the Master (John Simm), the Mistress a.k.a. Missy (Michelle Gomez) and Cybermen.

We have a sneak peak of The Master (John Simms) and The Mistress (Michelle Gomez) and its obvious that these two are a mad pair. Just take a look at these faces.

Don’t miss this huge finale, Doctor Who – The Doctor Falls this Saturday, 1st July on BBC One and BBC America.

Doctor Who S10 - The Doctor Falls - The Master (JOHN SIMM), Missy (MICHELLE GOMEZ) - (C) BBC/BBC Worldwide - Photographer: Simon Ridgway
Doctor Who S10 – The Doctor Falls – The Master (JOHN SIMM), Missy (MICHELLE GOMEZ) – (C) BBC/BBC Worldwide – Photographer: Simon Ridgway
Doctor Who S10 - The Doctor Falls - The Master (JOHN SIMM), Missy (MICHELLE GOMEZ) - (C) BBC/BBC Worldwide - Photographer: Simon Ridgway
Doctor Who S10 – The Doctor Falls – The Master (JOHN SIMM), Missy (MICHELLE GOMEZ) – (C) BBC/BBC Worldwide – Photographer: Simon Ridgway

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Doctor Who S10 - The Doctor Falls - The Master (JOHN SIMM), Missy (MICHELLE GOMEZ) - (C) BBC/BBC Worldwide - Photographer: Simon Ridgway
Doctor Who S10 – The Doctor Falls – The Master (JOHN SIMM), Missy (MICHELLE GOMEZ) – (C) BBC/BBC Worldwide – Photographer: Simon Ridgway
Doctor Who S10 - The Doctor Falls - The Master (JOHN SIMM), Missy (MICHELLE GOMEZ) - (C) BBC/BBC Worldwide - Photographer: Simon Ridgway
Doctor Who S10 – The Doctor Falls – The Master (JOHN SIMM), Missy (MICHELLE GOMEZ) – (C) BBC/BBC Worldwide – Photographer: Simon Ridgway

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