Hmmm… Do you live in America? Because I am not familiar with American shops I’m afraid.
My biggest recommendation would be eBay, I get do much of my cosplay stuff from eBay for really cheap. It’s all about finding alts for cheap and sniping them at the last minute. :)
Or for a simple Amy consume her Time of Angels costume with the red doloman hoodie from American Apparel is always a good bet, and that hoodie comes in one-size which will fit most people :)
Hey! Thank you very much… interesting to hear I come up on a google search, but as is the power of google I suppose. Hehe. Oh a TARDIS dress… I remember seeing some amazing versions at SDCC last year, they’re so very creative :)
To my new followers… hey! Sorry I haven’t greeted you individually, but hello one and all. :D
why are you here, srsly.
Does anyone have one extra ticket for the Doctor Who premiere in NYC next Saturday? My friend from England is coming out here, and it would SUCK if she couldn’t join us. If you have one, we can work something out money wise. Please reblog so others can see!
First… let’s compare the two premieres of Season 7.
for the UK BFI screening in London tickets cost around £15. You also needed to have a £40 membership to BFI in order to even attempt to buy these tickets.
For the US screening ‘as a gift to the fans’ the tickets shall cost 11 cents.
Thanks for gifting the UK fans as well BBC, nice to see you care about us!
Then there are the meet-ups and competitions that BBCA runs which we get NONE of over here even though this is supposed to be the home of Doctor Who.
Now apparently BBCA is it’s own separate entity from the BBC… but running under the same name, it’s still frustrating.
People say that UK fandom is less enthusiastic, or whatever, than the US… but the truth is that we are not given the same opportunities.
This has been a rant.
Sorry I’m not sorry.
I was very lucky that a friend managed to get me tickets to see the premiere of Asylum of the Daleks yesterday.
My thoughts… (which are entirely my own so don’t blame me if you don’t end up liking it!) One of the best episodes of Doctor Who I’ve seen in a very long time. I think my favourite 11th doctor episode to date is The Eleventh Hour… or The Doctor’s Wife and I’m not sure but I think this MAY have a shot at beating them.
A lot of people I know seem to get very emotional over DW episodes (YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE :p ) and while I rarely do (apart from Vincent and the Doctor :( ) this episode definitely packs quite an emotional punch. I’m also slightly worried about the amount of small children that might be keeping their parents up all through the night after watching this one!
They’ve managed to fit A LOT into those 45 minutes definitely giving a more ‘movie’ feel and I’m already desperate to watch it all over again. It’s VERY difficult to keep the spoilers back and I can’t wait for everyone to be able to watch it in a few weeks!
I KNOW WHO I AM :P
I cried. I GET OVER EMOTIONAL AT DOCTOR WHO OKAY.