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Wear Your History!

Classic Doctor Who shirts from Forbidden PlanetT-shirt’s- You’re either in them or you’re on them. Those of us not lucky enough to be disposably niche or genuinely iconic will have to settle to dribbling our tea down them. But at least we can console ourselves with a dose of uplifting cool for our sad wardrobes.

Hanging on the nearest coat-hanger is a vision from Telos, home to the frozen tombs of the cybermen (good title, that.) Its impressively obscure enough to make it nigh on essential (any item of clothing celebrating the fantastic Tomb of the Cybermen is worth owning.)

Up next and the Daleks are stalking West London, hanging out under bridges and possibly soliciting services of an unsavoury nature no-doubt. The image has been snatched straight from The Dalek Invasion of Earth and blasted straight into your chestplate.

And finally there are Cybermen proceeding down by St Pauls stomping straight from your memories of The Invasion and woven into a t-shirt that will purge you of all your emotions and weaknesses (any lose of emotions or feelings of weakness while wearing this t-shirt are purely coincidental.)

All these fantastic shirts are available to pre-order now for £16.99 from Forbidden Planet with The Invasion and The Dalek Invasion of Earth heading your way on the 27th May with the Tomb shirt heading out on the 2nd.


Everyone has a favourite Doctor and mine - just for his honesty, his fairness and his ability to not notice the Master's awful, awful disguises/anagrams (Sir Gilles Estram!?!) - has to be the Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison. The stories didn’t serve him as well as his acting served those stories.

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