Well it's been a while, you have school to blame. I haven't been on much. So much has been happening that I can't find a point where I can make updates. However, this is a quick update on EVERYTHING. I am doing a lot of projects and I know you lot want to keep updated so here you go.
-Doctor who - the tardis watcher - Filming last few scenes, editied quite a lot, still need voice actors. Should be released soon.
-Thoughts on 'Listen': Good, nice plot, wasn't really explored much, oh well. 8/10
-Thoughts on 'Time Heist': Good sets and camera works, good plot, great actors. Better than listen. 9/10
-Thoughts on 'The Caretaker': Looking forward to this one the most, not disappointed. Threatening enemy, alright characters, good plot. Peter Capaldi really good. Possibly my favourite story so far. 9.5/10
-Oh god, half way through the series. NOOOOOOO
-Books: haven't been able to write ANYTHING. Don't get your hopes up.
-Reviews: Finished Tales Of Trenzalore, might review that. Won't review war doctor anymore.
-Art: Put some more stuff up
-Collections: Updated my collections page on the doctor who site
-Handbot_Studio: Keep your eye out!
-Probably won't update much until Christmas or my birthday. BUT I WILL TRY!
I think that is everything covered, Thanks for being patient guys!
Pretty self explanatory. I'M BACK!
Hello Handbot Fans. My it seems like ages! But anyway the good news is I have returned from my trip to London. Whilst I was out I managed to get some sweet doctor who stuff from The Who Shop. Before I tell you I would just say that, if you are a doctor who fan. The who shop is the place. IT HAS EVERYTHING! Anyway, this is what I got:
-The 'Other' Doctor Figure (finally!)
-The Moonbase DVD
-Tales Of Trenzalore Paperback
- 'Keep Calm and Regenerate' T-Shirt
It may not seem like a lot, but it cost a bit. I really love everything I got! I will review the other doctor figure and the Tales Of Trenzalore book on the merch reviews page. The Moonbase will be on the DVD reviews page. Look out for those, I watched the moonbase immediately (I LOVE IT!). I haven't read TOT yet because I need a school reading book! Also I will try to put up an episode guide on the site with a 5/5 mark on each episode I have seen. That's all! Keep updated for more!
I am a few hours away from leaving to go to London. It is a 4 hour drive but hey I have the day of the doctor on my I pod! Anyway, whilst in London I am hopefully going to a few DW shops so I may get some cool stuff which I will review. Unfortunately I will miss 'Into The Dalek' so the review for that will be a little late! But do not fear, I will be back with loads of new stuff when I return! And also, I am going back to school on Wednesday so I will try to update as much as I can but as you already know from last year it is very hard. And finally if you didn't know I am currently making my first FA which is a series. The series will be in 4 episodes. Episode 1 is in production still but will be out very soon! Meanwhile I have uploaded loads of who related content on Handbot_Studio my dailymotion account so check that out and also I have added a article page on the reviews section so you can ready my first article about why I love the new title sequence. But, it kills me to say this. This will be my last post until I return from London. I hope you all have a great day and enjoy Into The Dalek!
-By by then, but one day I shall come back, yes I shall come back...
BRAND NEW TEASE, A SCREEN SHOT TAKEN FROM THE FIRST SCENE IN EPISODE 1 OF THE TARDIS WATCHER SERIES: UNKNOWN!
Hello, today I have just updated the covers of the books with a more simpler, professional design. I hope you like them, go to the books section to see them!
I have left a link to Handbot_Studio (website) where you can find exclusive scenes and more from my dailymotion account! If you have dailymotion please follow me! Also, watch out for The Tardis Watcher, my new fan film (FA) that should be released soon! Keep your eyes peeled!
It has occurred to me recently that I need to spend more time on this place. With doctor who making an exciting comeback I will try to review all the episodes. Also, new figures! I will try to review some stuff. But something more exciting for the site is that in September it will be my 1st birthday. Expect something very special!
So there hasn't been a lot going on on my little website. This is due to my life. Recently so much has been happening I've just got so tired. ): But don't fear! I'm back. Yes and i'm returning by bring you Action Figure News. On the merchandise reviews page I will be trying to do a blog about new action figures as well as doing reviews. It won't just be doctor who though...
Interested? Go to the merchandise reviews now to catch my first blog!
On Saturday the 1st of March I drove to Cardiff for the film and comic con that was being taken place over there. Everybody's costumes were fantastic. There was a Thor and Iron Man. Zombies and Wizards! Not forgetting The doctor and handles. I thought everybody's costumes were amazing and felt a little silly that I dressed casually with my 4th doctor scarf on. But still, the amount of jelly babies I got that day just for wearing that scarf was horrendous! However, it did become useful when we had to stand in line for and hour in the cold and wet. When we arrived, I got my tickets to get and autograph from Paul Mcgann. Around the corner from where I bought them were famous actors all writing down for their fans. I saw Nick Briggs, Katy Manning, David Warner and much more! We had to wait for the line of people to drop down before I could get it so we went to cosplay. The cosplay was hilarious and fun! There were amazing costumes made simply from cardboard and paint. After that we went back to the main hall to get my autograph that I had been looking forward to. I stood in the line and waited impatiently. When my time came I freaked out. I went blank and was slightly dumbstruck that right in front of me was an actual actor to play the doctor. I shivered with excitement. I got a picture of him from the night of the doctor and he signed it for me. I got his picture with me and it felt great. I walked away with the most precious thing in the world to me. I might have spent ages staring at it amazed. That day was a great day that I will never forget! I felt sorry for all the actors their signing who had to sit for hours upon end writing on paper. As terrible as it may sound Paul Mcgann was reasonably jolly. Those few seconds were the best of my life. Thank you Paul! And now that autograph is placed neatly in a plastic wallet by my bed so when I wake up I am reminded of that day.
Thank you all for reading. I hope that if you went you had a great time as well.
P.S in July I will be going to London film and comic con were guess who will be there (get it?). The 6th doctor will be there so expect me to write another article like this then!
If you didn't go here is a video that pretty much shows you the place: