Douglas Adams’ Legacy

Douglas Noel Adams is my favorite author. His brand of comedy has inspired and delighted me ever since I discovered The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy in my early teens. His works have touched many more, but not many enough! So if you are unaware of any of the things I'm about to tell you... Continue Reading →

Me vs. Daleks & Cybermen

Here's a drawing I commissioned from Len Peralta back in 2010. It is me as a private in the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce, a fictional military organization from the BBC science-fiction program Doctor Who. I asked him to draw me defending myself against Cybermen and Daleks. You can see a sped-up video of Len drawing... Continue Reading →

My Dalek Tribute Videos

In December of 2005, after just having discovered Doctor Who, I was watching the show's behind-the-scenes spin-off show, Doctor Who Confidential. One short segment featured shots of The Doctor's main villains, the Daleks, cut together with the Big Brovaz song Nu Flow. Those two elements worked so well together that I was disappointed that the... Continue Reading →

The Doctor VS Anubis

This is the story about how the main character in Anubis: Dog of Death started out as a minor villain in my unmade 'Doctor Who' comic books. -   In the summer of 2016, I contacted the artist John Barry Ballaran, to order a painting for my girlfriend for Christmas. It would portray David Bowie... Continue Reading →

The Point Of Growing Up

I saw some similarities between one of the pictures my mother sent me from when I was ten, and another my girlfriend took of me after a hike this summer, so I decided I would combine them into one image, alongside one of my favorite quotes from Doctor Who.   I am ten in the first... Continue Reading →

InterRail 2010 – Part 9: Cardiff

After having seen Stonehenge, I took the train to Cardiff, the capital of Wales.   I had been wanting to travel to Cardiff for a few years, ever since I got into 'Doctor Who'. Cardiff had been the home and main filming location for the British science fiction program since it's return to television in the... Continue Reading →

Discovering ‘Doctor Who’

In the fall of 2005, at the age of 15, I fell in love with a British science fiction show.   I had been watching the Norwegian national broadcasting network's second channel NRK2 to an excessive point all through the summer. While NRK1 mostly showed mainstream stuff like the news, HBO dramas, programs made by NRK itself, well-known movies and new detective shows,... Continue Reading →

InterRail 2010 – Part 7: Traveling to England

After Amsterdam, I traveled up to Hoek van Holland, or The Hook of Holland as it is known in English. From there I took a ferry which is a part of the Dutchflyer rail-ferry service between Hook van Holland Haven station and Harwich International station in England. Then from Harwich I took the train to Liverpool Street station in central London.   I did... Continue Reading →

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