I agree with Captain Jim. I'm a massive, massive Whovian and obviously a big Batfan but I really don't see this crossover being any better than the base awesomeness of the two characters would mandate. Most of the Doctors, and particularly Eleven, would clash massively with the Bat in terms of personality, and not in the, 'Oh, those two wacky guys' sort of way, in the 'Please make it stop make it end' sort of way. And, since I know you're a Babs fanatic, batgrrrl, that's which Batgirl you're referring to, and I don't see anything interesting stemming from her and Amy either. Honestly, not to beat a dead horse but Amy and Steph would make for a better interaction, I think. And really I don't see the point of including any Batgirl. I get that most of the Doctor's companions are young, attractive females, but that's not what defines the role so there's no direct parallel. The Doctor's companions are his sidekicks, and as you've pointed out in every thread ever, batgrrrl, Babsgirl is not and has never been Bruce's sidekick.
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Batman and Doctor Who?
Err, no. That's just dumb - crossover for the sake of a crossover.
I would very much like to see Grant Morrison's take on the Doctor, mind.
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Rose looks really chubby compared to Steph.
Nobody has posted this yet?
Seriously though, Doctor Who's concept makes it immensely easy to cross over with about anything, but I don't really see the need or even appeal for this idea. I agree with it feeling too much like a crossover for crossovers sake and I just can't see a story or dynamic that would come out of it that would be worth it. Like, I could probably see a Superman/Doctor Who crossover easier than a Batman one. In fact, that could be pretty interesting...
I guess I could see silver age Batman getting into trouble with like one of the early doctors but I just don't see 11 and modern!Batman having an interesting enough dynamic to justify it.
If a person loves both, and there was a recent Star Trek / LoSH crossover, why not this? It's not as if Batman hasn't ventured into scifi media before.
Try not to worry too much about it.
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But as it is, I wouldn't want the godawful River Song involved.