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Ultimate Doctor Who Charity Art Auction Continues!

It is our pleasure to bring you news of a couple more items from Robin Miller’s Ultimate Doctor Who Art Auction, which starts in two weeks from today.

The chap running the auction is doing a run-down of the items donated to him (one per day) and has been for the last two weeks. Yesterday’s item was this marvellous piece by Martin Day, the writer of some Doctor Who and Sarah Jane Adventures projects. It’s a pretty neat little sketch, depicting some sort of cloaked monster (a little reminiscent of the Adherents Of The Repeated Meme) with the following text next to it:

What’s the first thing I think of when I hear the words “Doctor Who”? … MONSTERS…

It’s a nice little thing and should hopefully earn them a few bob towards charity.

Today’s item is guaranteed to get two fandoms excited by its very nature – it’s a hand-drawn sketch of a Cybus Cyberman, drawn by Neville Longbottom himself, Matthew Lewis. It’s not perfect but is still pretty cool and will be a good thing to own.

Both items are signed by their respective artists. Keep checking back with his site over the next few days to get more updates on what fabulous items will be revealed next and there’s an archive of blog-posts so you can see what other items have already been revealed!


In his spare time, Scott writes for Kasterborous, his personal blog at WordPress and the revived Starburst Magazine. He’s also on Twitter (as @Scott_V_Writer) where he tries to be interesting and verbose in 140 characters.

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