By @apelad whose other work may also be found a HOBOTOPIA.
This is so cute…
aww love it! beagle dalek ftw
DR: “what a strange planet…it appears to be occupied solely by children and a bird and a dog…wait there’s an adult….excuse me, can you tell me the date?”
Adult: “mwahh waa waa waa mwaaa mwaa waa”
Dr: “my god..the children have taken the tongues of every adult….the horror!”
Awesome pic Chris!
Want this on a T-Shirt…STAT!
OMG, that is one of the most adorable things I’ve seen! TeeFury needs to put this on a shirt asap.
Just as @apelad states in his own twitter, Hijinks Ensue did it first: http://hijinksensue.com/2011/04/07/youre-the-last-of-the-time-lords-charlie-brown/
But I do find the Snoopy Dalek in this one super adorable.
Aww, exceedingly delightful! Agree with Jen Tidwell above… would make for an EXcellent t-shirt! x
“I’m not that kind of doctor. I was just waiting for the chameleon circuit to put the sides back on the TARDIS. Would you care for a jelly baby?”
Actually K-9 and Snoopy bear a remarkable resemblance.
Apelad is maximum fun!
soooo cute. as many people have already said, this needs to be a shirt!
Don’t be ridiculous Three Toes of Fury, the TARDIS would be able to translate the adults just fine.
Just FYI, this idea was done about a week earlier on Hijinks Ensue.
SQEEEE! Need. Shirt.
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That is freakin’ awesome!! Definitely belongs on a t-shirt!
Must be put on a t-shirt but for now it shall be my computers wall paper too cute
<3 <3 <3
They should put all the different versions of the doctors on shirts for that.. SERIOUSLY I’d buy probably all 11 >XD
The fourth incarnation of the Doctor was the first I was introduced to on PBS in the early 90’s, He was a warm teacher, He could get frustrated with stupid humans but unlike the earlier incarnation he wasn’t cranky.
Yay! Desktop image at work….since I work for Metlife.
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Fourth doctor rules.
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