50 is the new 50

November 25, 2013
50 is the new 50

About this comic

I like Tom Baker. We probably all like Tom Baker. So today’s comic is kinda about him more than all the other Doctors in the series.

19 Responses to 50 is the new 50

  1. Rob Wynne says:

    Doctor Where, meanwhile, could not be found for comment.

  2. Foxlore says:

    Would you like a jelly-baby? ๐Ÿ˜‰

  3. Craig says:


  4. Laurenศ›iu Roman says:

    What about doctor which or the asian doctor Aaagh?

  5. Vake Xeacons says:

    Troubles me to think how Dr. What is getting on.

    • Foxlore says:

      I think there are plans to regenerate him into Doctor WTF! for the young generation. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • Andrea says:

      every type of doctor takes a lot of edaouticn, and there is no easy path to being one.there is no “clear” fun type of doctor.do research and figure out which you feel would suit you bestReferences : Was this answer helpful?

  6. Patrick says:

    Baker’s not bad, but I’m going to be an heretic because I liked David Tennant better ๐Ÿ˜‰

  7. The Night and Day of the Doctor were great! Only… they moved everyone up, so now there’s only one regeneration left, and it’s gonna happen soon. (Of course, they’ll find a way to get around the thirteen incarnation thing, right? Right!)

    Paging Doctor How(ard)!

    • Colin Morris says:

      Are you sure? What about when River gave the Doctor all of her regenerations? Did that add to his regeneration count? Plus was Tom Baker at the end a future regeneration?

      • Aye, I’ve been reading different things including River Song’s regenerations, and Tennant’s incarnation doing the partial regeneration.

        All along I thought we’d have several more years to wonder how they would handle this, but it seems Mr. Moffat decided to move the schedule up a bit.

        I’m just going to stop thinking about this, sit back, and enjoy whatever he throws at us this Christmas, especially after talking about not breaking the rules. This should be a great story!

    • Blake says:

      How neat! Is it really this simelp? You make it look easy.

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  9. Matt Harmon says:

    And don’t forget the most petulant of all, Doctor Whom. I can do without that grammar czar.

  10. Lou says:


    Wonderful as usual, Scott.

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