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Doctor Who: The Daemons on DVD

The Daemons Convention Exclusive Slipcase

Limited Edition release of The DaemonsIs this Convention Exclusive slipcase a case of slipping conventions? Or is it limited in more ways than one?

To answer these and more exciting questions why not pick up your own copy (making sure to hold the bottom otherwise the DVD will just slip out and shatter) of Doctor Who: The Daemons Convention Exclusive Edition DVD – available to pre-order now from Forbidden Planet.

Limited to just a thousand unit’s the DVD is available via numerous options: firstly, you can fire off a reservation email to the lovely people at Forbidden Planet and they’ll place a heat barrier around a copy for you, secondly, you can order one from Forbidden Planets mail order system or the website or, thirdly, you could just buy tickets to the first official Doctor Who Convention – where you can mingle with the likes of Matt Smith, Arthur Darvill and Mark Sheppard – and pick one up there.

All orders must be placed by the 18th March with the Doctor Who: The Daemons Convention Exclusive Edition set to be summoned by the Master into Forbidden Planets warehouse on the 19th March for £19.99. However as the DVD isn’t released until March 26th, you’ll have to cross your fingers and pray to Azal that you’ll get your copy early…

Alternatively if you would rather just buy the £13.99 version with the standard cover, this is also available.

The Doctor Who Convention takes place on the 24th/25th March at the Millennium Centre, Cardiff.


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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