Merchandise

Merchandise

Awesome Dalek T-shirt

If you’re one who likes wearing Doctor Who clothing (there are plenty of you out there, don’t be shy) then you’re absolutely going to love this. Website Geeks of Doom has found an online retailer that is selling limited supply of some rather nifty Doctor Who themed shirts for $9 apiece. The picture on the…

Go for a Ride-In a Dalek

Back in 2005, did you ever imagine that with a new Doctor Who series we would see such insane merchandise as this? Claims that the New Paradigm Daleks (from Mark Gatiss’ Victory of the Daleks) were merely redesigned to allow renewed merchandise licencing were quickly rebuffed by BBC Worldwide in 2010 – I wonder exactly…

Get Your Hands on Captain Jack’s Bust!

Hmm… no.  The title doesn’t have the same ring to it as the previous article with Amy, does it?  Unless you’re a lady, or you just like that sort of thing. Anyway, step aside Eleventh-Doctor-with-sonic-screwdriver and Amy-with… er… hands, there’s a new Jack in town.  Specifically, Captain Jack.  More specifically, the Captain Jack from Doctor…

Video: Jacqueline Hill Preview

Thanks to the new BBCClassicDoctorWho channel on YouTube, we now have a first look at 2entertain’s upcoming DVD release of the Tom Baker classic Meglos, which featured Jacqueline Hill, better known as original co-companion Barbara Wright, in a guest-starring role as Lexa, leader of the Deons of Tigella. Embedded below is a sneak preview clip…

Dalek Time Travelodge

It happens all the time when you go away, you’re staying in a hotel or a bed and breakfast and when you leave and you’re halfway home, you realise that you’ve left something there. It’s not always something big, maybe a toothbrush or a t-shirt but it annoys you anyway. But some people tend to…

Ark Art & TweetView

A couple of brief updates from the world of classic Who this morning – first, enjoy the image you’ll find to the immediate right of this text. If you can’t tell by looking at it, it’s the box art for 2entertain’s February DVD release, otherwise known as the William Hartnell story The Ark.  Doesn’t it…

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