Doctor Who: Weird and Wonderful

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Weird and Wonderful is our look at some of the other Doctor Who bits and bobs around the web that caught our attention over the last week or so. This week: Awesome Art; more on the official Star Trek crossover; Tree Who Tom; Where’s Matty; and Who Tune.

Awesome Art

Springfield Punx added 1st Doctor companion Ian Chesterton to their Simpsons-style makeovers.

A Doctor Who poster based on upcoming action film The Bourne Legacy by Daniel Flores

Eleven Doctor prints by David Golding.


The cover and more details for the official Doctor Who/Star Trek: The Next Generation comic crossover series were announced.

Launching in May, STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION/DOCTOR WHO: ASSIMILATION2 will feature fan-favorite villains the Borg and the Cybermen as they create an unholy alliance resulting in potential disaster for all humanity. Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise find themselves joining forces with the Doctor and his companions, with the fate of the galaxy hanging in the balance.

Tree Who Tom

The 10th Doctor and Ace, aka David Tennant and Sophie Aldred, lend their vocal talents to animated series Tree Fu Tom, starting Monday 5 March on CBeebies.

Where’s Matty?

Matt Smith didn’t look much like himself as he travelled incognito through London with Karen Gillan. Full story.

Who Tune

Girl Audio’s take on the Doctor who theme song, Dubstep style.