Calling Mr Moffat…

Showing off my fan boy credentials here. Interesting starting point, though as a threat it’d need to be refined.


Local Color

Imagine we lived in a world that’s all of a sudden devoid of color, but where you’re given the option to have just one object keep its original hue. Which object (and which color) would that be?

What a fantastic idea for an episode of Doctor Who.

Show synopsis: ‘The Doctor and his companion arrive on Earth to find something is very wrong with what they are seeing. Everything they see is black and white, except for the bright blue box they arrived in. Very soon all of the colour from the TARDIS and themselves starts to drain. Can The Doctor fix this before all the colour and energy on Earth is drained as he comes up against a new enemy- The Monochromes.’

The Monochrome– Creatures that devour the energy and life that colour provides.

Calling the Grand High Moff- The man that brought Doctor Who…

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3 thoughts on “Calling Mr Moffat…

  1. Thanks for the Reblog. As soon as I read the daily prompt for today I was thinking about a retro Who episode shot mostly in black and white. I think it would really work well and Capaldi would be fantastic, as usual. I saw an interview where he explained dark the colours of his costume being inspired by what he saw on screen as a child. There is energy in colour and there is an awful lot of colour in the world. “I am The Doctor and I name you The Monochrome”…


      • I think it was the first ‘behind the scenes’ they did where he was explaining his choice. Basically wanted to be the Doctor he watched and was such a fan off growing up.


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