I am a huge geek. My favorite fandoms are (In no particular order) Doctor Who, everything Joss Whedon, Divergent, (or most dystopian future stories) Dark Angel, Star Wars, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, How I Met Your Mother, I enjoy playing various Xbox games, my favorite probably being the Spiderman ones, but I enjoy many different types.
I wish they’d ditch the idea that Doctor Who is some kind of a gritty, pretentious thriller about a dark antihero and his dark darkness of dark. DW is about a space dork with a bleeding heart and a streak of melancholy and darkness in his soul, who travels through time and space in a state of constant wonder and awe over ALL THE STUFF and makes sacrifices and suffers and sometimes gets angry and sad, and tries to make friends with those who impress and move him and takes them to show them what he’s been dorking over and maybe save a few worlds together.
Oh, and he flies around in a telephone box.
Russell T. Davies on whether we’d ever find out exactly what happened in the Time War | DWM Issue 374 (via rointheta)