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Published on November 11th, 2012 | by Andrew Reynolds

Doctor Who: Limited Edition Gift Set

Materialising this November, the Doctor Who: Limited Edition Gift Set; a mammoth 41-disc set, covering every series of the show since it’s revival in 2005, aimed at North American fans.

(See a hi-res image of the collection by clicking the image below)

Doctor Who: Limited Edition DVD Boxset

Collected together for the first time, the set includes every episode of series 1-6 hours and hours of bonus features including 3 new Doctor Who Specials coming to DVD for the first time ever, a collectible 11th Doctor Sonic Screwdriver, 3 original art cards by Kasterborous co-founder Anthony Dry and the comic book, “Doctor Who at Comic Con”.

Amazing Doctor Who art cards by Anthony Dry

That’s 4242 mins of Who-based action to keep you or your loved ones hooked to Doctor Who over this festive period! Especially if you still own the cumbersome Series One TARDIS box set that fits neatly on precisely zero shelves, like yours truly.

The awesome Doctor Who Limited Edition boxset

With an RRP of $249, the Doctor Who: Limited Edition Gift Set is available now to pre-order for release on the 20th November for $174.86 (around £110) from Amazon.com.

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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.



3 Responses to Doctor Who: Limited Edition Gift Set

  1. avatar francis cave says:

    As The Sun might say, phwoar……


    • or as we occasionally say here: Type Phwoarty!!!


  2. ARGHHHHHH!!!! One of the reasons I buy the box sets is to get A.D’s great illustrations. No way can I justify getting this for these and the comic, as “Fantastic” as they are. :( ,apart from the fact I dont have any money for them either. Be nice to see Mr Dry do a profile card of Tomb of the Cybermen or even Logopolis. He captures the essence of a story with precision and creativity in an amazing way!

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