THE TOLLING OF NOON
The morning comes to an end
the rays of the sun wrap around all
the air is warm and full of emotions
The journey has been long
not always one of the best
we have seen many shadows
but this has taught us so much
How to be more mature
how to be more childish
how to be more human
We have learned to seize the moment
and even some unusual recipe
we have learned to believe
we have learned to distrust
We grew up together in that light
that now shines high
we enjoyed every moment
in the first and in the last moment
we laughed and cried
in the last hour of the morning
The journey has been long
and has now reached its last stroke
but we can never forget
that it was the eleventh hour
which brought the sun to its highest point.
I’m actually a bit emotional about the Eleventh’s farewell, so I wrote this… thingy… I wrote it in Italian and than translated it, so I’m sorry if I’ve made some big mistakes. I hope my feelings will get to you anyway.
I know that everyone of you has a personal favourite. I’m always the one who says that The Doctor is The Doctor whatever his face is. But today I want to say goodby to a face who meant so much for me.
Here are a few strips with Smithy as the main character to celebrate Matt Smith’s birthday!
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Happy birthday to the wonderful Matt Smith!
This is our little tribute to him (and our little gift we gave him last year)
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Comic Who - The Music is Great
Ok, maybe this was the longest period of silence on this website and we really apologize for that. Lately it wasn’t easy to find some free time to dedicate to Comic Who, but we have a couple of news: first of all we have a new strip, but I’ll introduce it later, and then, maybe you’ve already noticed it, but we have a brand new website. It’s lighter and faster and maybe will help us to not reach our monthly bandwidth limit in a couple of days (well, this month we’ve already reached it with the old site, so I fear you will still experience slowdowns on the page loading).
Comic Who is really appreciated and loved and we’ve a lot of new fans (quite 12,000 on our Facebook page). This makes us really happy but with the amount of traffic we generate on a daily basis (on the 15th of this month we’ve “used” the 3000% of our monthly bandwidth with more than 5,000 visits per day), our server is uncapable of handle it and we need to upgrade to a better one. If you have a few minutes and you enjoy our comic, please think about clicking on our ads to help us in this moment so we’ll be able to provide you a better experience. Thank you very much!
Now, it’s time to talk about the strip. This was originally written last year before series 7 even started. We just tried to imagin how could be a normal [boring] day for an evil Time Lord and his fellows in the 70s… When I wrote the dialogue between Ianto and Simmy about the Cold War, I couldn’t think that the Doctor and a Martian spaceship would make a visit to the North Pole during that very same period. Of course Simmy wasn’t aware of that, but it’s funny to read it now in light of the latest Doctor Who episode.
We really hope you like it!
Happy Valentine’s day from Comic Who :-)