I love this series. The first part to me was just a typical "Mary sues suck" comic (The only difference was it had better artwork than the others). The second part however was when I started to love the series because it had much more clever scenarios that all had to do with the fact that the series is about mary sues. And this part looks very promising. The only problem I have with the comic now is that the designs for the Mary Sues just arent overly complicated, horribly designed, painful to look at, and just overall shitty enough. Yeah there pretty sueish but if you get past that their designs are pretty good. And mary sue parody designs should not be good in any way.
i really tough containment was a bad idea... i would capture them sure, but then i would make sure to destroy their powers... just a lil injection of character development and we all would be safe from them.
Please a KH Sue can't be a nobody... probably some weird nobody/heartless hybrid (no matter that it's impossible as far as I understand it) That has the ability to summon a keyblade... no, some kind of anti keyblade abomination.
Because people never shut up about it. Not a day on the internet goes by when I don't see something related to Doctor Who. I feel like I never got a chance to seek it out myself, because it was constantly being crammed down my throat. There's only so much push a door can take before it simply jams shut.
That said, I know it's not uncommon to see something popular circulate the web (Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, My Little Pony etc.) but with Doctor Who, it irks me more because of what aspects of the show are focused on. Namely, the "witty" one liners, the sappy emotional stuff surrounding Who #10, and all the romance shit.
Doctor Who has long been famous for its engaging time travel and sci-fi stories, however, some time around the arrival of Matt Smith, it attracted a fan base of girls who cared more about the vicarious thrill of being a "companion" to a cute British guy, than about time travel adventures or robots. This has caused the writing quality to suffer a great deal, with continuity being paid little attention to (continuity is key for time travel stories), entire story arcs being tossed aside, and bad fan fic style writing featuring characters like this www.silverpetticoatreview.com/…
So, yeah, that's why I have contempt for Doctor Who. It's annoying, which is such a shame too, because I'm told (by friends who watch it) that it was really good in the beginning.
Yeah , I must admit there's a bit of fanservice in the show (specially to atract girls) but that doesn't mean it's bad.The show doesn't actually focuses on that the whole time but that's what people like to talk and write about (specially those girls you talk about), a character somebody can relate to, also with the 11th Doctor (the one in this comic) his only actually romantic interest was his wife River, what happens with 9th to 11th Doctors is that the Doctor killed all of the Time Lords and burned Gallifrey in order to stop the Great Time War against the Daleks so he really needed companions just so they could help him get over all that regret but he grew fond especially of one, pretty sure you've heard of her, Rose Tyler ,so yeah, they had some kind of romantic relationship (not a bf-gf one but you could see they liked each other, we could see this since the 9th Doctor). This is mostly were all that soapy romantic thingy started but the show was still good and the 10th Doctor was still great so it just made it easier for anybody to relate to the 10th Doctor.
About that girl in the image , she's a scientist working for UNIT in the Day of the Doctor wearing a Tom Baker(4th Doctor) scarf, and yeah, she was a fangirl of the Doctor.
Now, if you hated the last three Doctors (I actually love them all) you should give series 8 a try , Peter Capaldi is taking the role of the Doctor and he is the same age Bill Hartnell (1st Doctor) was when he first took on the role of the Doctor so I think he will be a more mature version to his predescesors.
I didn't need a mythology lesson. I know all about the time war and such. I got a good schooling on Who by my friend who watches the series.
None of that changes the fact that the writing quality has suffered immensely. It has gotten so bad, Christopher Eccleston (#9) didn't even want to come back for the 50th Anniversary story, which is why his role in 'Day of the Doctor' was filled by a Doctor played by John Hurt. I've seen enough gif sets of David Tennant weeping in the rain to last me a while.
Sorry, but I don't really have any interest in Doctor Who. Perhaps in another time (get it?) but not now.