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Sunday, 20 June 2010

Doctor Who 513 The Big Bang New Images


These appeared today from a source I cannot reveal, the filenames are unchanged but are now placed on a private server. Some I don't understand, some I do. If you don't want to see spoilers, please don't look, it does seem to give a potted history of the Pandorica for starters!

You can see them here.

16 comments :

Nik Nak said...

You know, I’m tempted to ask where you manage to get that little lot, but … !

At any rate, it’s fascinating to see: I’m now in a position to understand why everyone was talking about a stone Dalek.

Combom said...

feel free to ask, but be prepared to not get an answer :)

Mark said...

Looks like the art dept. laying down some work that suggests the Pandorica lasting a couple of thousand years intact, presumably with the Doctor inside the whole time. Wonder how Smith'll play that?

Combom said...

jack was buried for centurys and wasnt bothered lol, probably he will hibernate of something :)

supa said...

Since when has doctor who become like assassins creed 2?

scorpius666 said...

Great Photos and they do tell a story. At the end of the Pandorica Opens we see all the suns nova and yet earth seems to be left alone.

Perhaps the legend of the pandorica and what is inside is told through out humanity starting at the Roman period and the pictures are showing the history of how it was moved by each civilization in hopes of opening it.

Just a guess and who knows?.

Deano858 said...

If the doctor stays in the pandorica till child Amy in the museum won't he be like 2000 years older. (I can't remember when the roman parts were set)

We are confused enough about his age without an extra few thousand years

Really can't figure out this finale, even with these pictures...

Andy said...

these are just all art and grafix images

supa said...

Maybe it's some hypobolic time chamber, time is slower in the pandorica, far slower

Dalek1099 said...

I think the pandorica is like the void ship time doesn't exist in their I think

stordoff said...

http://static.bbc.co.uk/images/ic/qe/crop/946x532/doctorwho/episodes/d11/s01/e13/gfx/

t said...

I remember an old episode, I cannot remember which doctor or episode now, but the Doctor did go into a state of hybernation per say. He reduced his heart rate so low it was as though he were dead. I think it was supposed to be a defense mechanism. Does anyone remember this?

My Name is Julia said...

What the hecks up with the TARDIS! :S

David Burns Smith said...

The 3rd Doctor induced a coma after being poisoned or something like that. He was hanging out with Sarah Jane at the time.....I think.

Alvin said...

T, I remember two such episodes: Romana 2, working in the mines on Skaro, went into hibernation to appear dead and escape; Doctor 5 entered a semihibernating state to croquet-ball himself through the airless void of space to get to the Tardis, which was drifting alongside another ship.

There, of course, probably are others, but those are the ones that came to mind.

turnerfiend said...

RTD did manage to screw up the doctor's age - Doctor 6 stated he was 984.
If Doctor 8 & Big Finish are canon, then he spent 600 years on orbis living with the squid people.
Patrick Troughton said Time Lords were virtually immortal, barring accidents.
Somewhere ages back, I read that the average lifespan of a time lord was 1000 years per regeneration.
The Doctor is running thru his lives insanely fast.