Neil Gaiman Is Writing a Doctor Who Episode


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From the mouth of Neil Gaiman himself, as told to SFX magazine:

“Over the years SFX, and its readers and their votes in the polls,
have always been very kind to me. I thought I’d return the favour with
what used to be called, in journalistic circles when I was a boy, a

As anyone who’s read my blog knows, I’m a big fan of a certain
long-running British SF TV series. One that started watching — from
behind the sofa — when I was three. And while I know it’s cruel to
make you wait for things, in about 14 months from now, which is to say,
NOT in the upcoming season but early in the one after that, it’s quite
possible that I might have written an episode. And if I had, it would
originally have been called “The House of Nothing”. But it definitely
isn’t called that any more.

Countdown. You’ve got about 14 months.”

FUCK. AND. YES. Pic of a giant Neil Gaiman crouching next to a normal-sized TARDIS or a normal Neil Gaiman holding up a tiny, adorable TARDIS courtesy of Den of Geek.

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