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My new webcomic is called KIM & NOE WILL BE OKAY.
It's a queer adventure serial that's also about trying to move on from difficult things and about feelings and stuff.
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In fact, in this specific instance, Dr Who (Whittaker) stumbles into another Dr Who's (Martin) story, and Dr Who gets her own story broken -- by herself.
Hey comics people: remember Project Wonderful? Someone's trying to build a clone.
"it's about an orphan, a princess, and a scoundrel"
"yeah okay but which spaceship is faster is a thing you should be able to do math about"
the franchise where hard giving-a-shit about continuity bothers me the most is still Star Wars, which in 1977 almost literally opened with, "Once upon a time, a fairy tale, but in space..." and has evolved into "this is the factory where Han's gun was made, this is the gun-designer's mother's mailman's maternal aunt's favourite teacher's middle name."
also, frankly, televised Doctor Who hasn't done anything fresh with the Time Lords or Gallifrey since, uhhhhh, Russell T Davies told us they were all dead.
@error_1202 I think of Doctor Who as being storytelling way more in the mode of myths and legends than the mode of modern serialised TV; whatever Chris Chibnall ends up doing with Time Lord lore won't really be that meaningfully different from, like, Geoffrey of Monmouth going "actually, King Arthur totally has a weird wizard friend."
that dr who is half-human on their mother's side isn't just something the TV Movie casually mentions, it's a pivotal part of the story,
and yet we all collectively have agreed to just completely ignore it for nearly a quarter century and counting
I never want new, televised Doctor Who to be beholden to obtuse nonsense from decades ago if it gets in the way of doing cool things I haven't seen before.
I absolutely will not mind at all if the #DoctorWho season finale completely rewrites Time Lord lore and/or Dr Who's entire history. Do something interesting with it, shoot for the fucking moon and crack it.
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