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The Eighth Doctor Collection!

New from Big Finish comes the ultimate collection for fans of Paul McGann’s Eighth Doctor! This 9 disc set features over 540 minutes of audio Doctor Who adventures and behind the scenes interviews with Paul McGann, Nicholas Briggs and Gary Russell and features a special re-issue of four classic Doctor Who adventures featuring the Eighth…

Dalek Spy Cam

Apparently this little beauty has been custom built for an unknown buyer. We’ve no idea if the Dalek is for a television personality or a Doctor Who fan with a particular fondness for his possessions, but its certainly an interesting item. We’ll leave the moral arguments on mounting a CCTV surveillance camera in a childs…

Masque of Mandragora on DVD?

Looks like the Tom Baker serial The Masque of Mandragora is set for a DVD release, although we could be looking at release in 2009. Still with no nuWho then, who cares?  According to theunmutual.com website dedicated to the insane but brilliant 1960s series The Prisoner, Masque – which was, like The Prisoner, filmed at…

Weta 42 Mask

The latest release from Weta is the Industrial Welding Mask from the Series 3/season 29 adventure 42. A limited edition of 500 were created by Weta modelmaker and Doctor Who fan David Tremont. The mask weighs a hefty solid 900g (2.0 lbs) and cast from metal. Dimensions: 6.5" H x 4" W x 3.5" D…

Steam Punk Dalek

Here’s a tasty bit of Dalek for you – a "steampunk" incarnation, which is engineer Alex Holden’s entry for the The Great Crystal Cyberdrome Exhibition. Of the Dalek, Holden reveals that the Dalek component itself is actually a bubble-bath bottle from Woolworth’s! At the time I had no idea what I could use it for,…

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