I also want to apologize to everyone who’s had to deal with my unstable emotions of late. You’re all saints, the lot of you
Netflix’s subtitles just summed up all of Fullmetal Alchemist.
In happier news, my Pokemon ORAS demo is now completely downloaded! Once I get a moment I will definitely get on that
My emotions are all over the place again. Big surprise… Uuuuggghhh I’m still not adjusting well to being single and lonely again…
YOSHIHIRO TOGASHI → Official Art (Yu Yu Hakusho Chapter 175)
Companion sketch #31: Edwardian adventuress Charlotte “Charley” Pollard, plus Ramsay the Vortisaur.
Charley’s costume is the same one designed by the great Cliff Robinson for the promotional art of the Big Finish story “Absolution”.
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The Pandorica and the Siege-Mode TARDIS
The similarities in appearance between The Pandorica and the TARDIS in siege-mode are undeniable, but the connection goes a little deeper; both structures are designed to be impenetrable from without and inescapable from within.
Is it possible that The Pandorica was of Gallifreyan construction, or at least built using Gallifreyan knowledge and stolen Time Lord technology?
I’ve previously speculated in this post that the renegade Time Lord known as The Monk was directly involved in the Pardorica Initiative because he was responsible for the building of Stonehenge, and we discovered in The Pandorica Opens that Stonehenge was just a bloomin’ great 'X marks the spot' for the Pandorica.
Was the Monk an agent for the Alliance? Was the Pandorica built by the Monk, based on siege-mode TARDIS principals?
Of course, the similarities might just be the result of co-incidence and unimaginative writing in which case… meh!
And, just a passing thought: My concept for a siege-mode TARDIS would be sort of egg-shaped, or perhaps resemble a turtle shell; I think either geometry would be far sturdier, more defensive (and more visually interesting on screen) than a cube.
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