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    Default Re: Dr Who. A woman? Really?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ford View Post
    not quite, apparently.
    DrWho is a 'Time Lord'. Timelords can (and have done, the Master) switch genders on regeneration, according to the usual wik info.
    no doubt a Who nerd will correct this if it's wrong.

    unlike the likes of the Hulk for eg who is Mr banner.

    http://marvel.com/universe/She-Hulk_(Jennifer_Walters)


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    Default Re: Dr Who. A woman? Really?

    link doesnt work for me.
    anyway, not sure what you're pointing to.
    'she hulk' is she hulk, not 'the hulk'. the hulk is bruce banner.
    just like there can be a spiderwoman, batwoman, superwoman etc. but they won't be peter parker, bruce wayne, clark kent.
    The doctor is one (alien) entity that will be Dr Who regardless of gender, apparently.
    i guess then the doc is now a 'Time Lady' rather than TimeLord, or shld that be TimePerson


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    Default Re: Dr Who. A woman? Really?

    OH thinks she should be the 14th or maybe 15th Dr Who.

    What about John Hurt who was in the 50th anniversary episode? And more tenuously, David Morrisey?


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    Default Re: Dr Who. A woman? Really?

    I think its just so precious that nobody whinges about the baddy having a female incarnation (how understandable hehehehe),
    but the doctor ...
    My God, he'll be davros next

    For sci-fan fans, even the Eternal Champion included a very few female incarnations (as well as 'the doctor')
    Ilian of Garathorm for example



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