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The Journal of Impossible Things

Character Options will release the long awaited replica of John Smith’s Journal of Impossible Things from the series 3 two-part story Human Nature/Family of Blood in January. 

This gorgeous-looking item will include a few blank pages at the back in which you can use the included mini sonic screwdriver pen to write your own notes. Personally, this sounds like the ultimate autograph book in which to collect your favourite Doctor Who stars’ signatures!

You can pre-order this from Forbidden Planet for £9.29

The recent press release from Character Options also states that they expect a dip in sales due to the Who-lite 2009…

A £16m brand for Character and its leading product line. With no Doctor Who series on TV in 2009, the firm has tempered expectations for the range, expecting a drop of just over ten per cent. The franchise will be kept warm with four specials during 2009.

“With Doctor Who, if it’s new it sells well,” says Healy.

"Hear! Hear!" says I, having just bought my very first Tom Baker 5 inch figure with interchangeable heads.

Simon Mills


Simon was born at an early age and has loved Doctor Who since even before then. Truth be told, it was those pesky giant maggots and the dandy in the frilly shirt that got him hooked... but it was the hair, teeth, eyes and scarf that made him stick around to this very day. When not writing for Kasterborous, Simon indulges in his passion for karate training and listening to (and writing about) some seriously heavy rock and metal music. Not at the same time, though, as that can lead to serious injury and/or lawsuits.

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