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Dr. Who and the Loo

Dr. Who in the Loo

Dr. Who Tardis Dress by Deadly Couture

Dr. Who Tardis Dress

So THIS Is What The TARDIS Looks Like Now…

The Doctor in his new TARDIS

By | Posted on Wednesday, December 19th, 2012
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We knew there would be a fair few changes in the next episode of Doctor Who, not least that he would be wearing a new coat and travelling with a new companion, but was anyone honestly prepared for this?

It’s the new-look TARDIS, with hexagons on the walls, a bank of lit switches behind (or in front of, depending on where you are) the central console, and a central console that no longer looks like the Doctor had to remake it out of stuff he found in a Victorian branch of Staples.

It is, in short, a modernisation of his former steampunk aesthetic, which is strange, given that the Doctor himself has started dressing in a more old-fashioned way, much more like his eighth incarnation, to these eyes.

Can’t wait to hear what they’ve done to the theme tune now…

Dr. Who - The Snowmen

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San Diego Comic Con 2012 Exclusive #22: Bif Bang Pow! Doctor Who Original TARDIS Bobble Head

Doctor Who Original TARDIS Bobble Head – SDCC Exclusive

  • Exclusive black-and-white TARDIS Bobble Head bobbles and includes sound!
  • Features a remarkable Doctor Whologo base.
  • You gotta get one of these!

Entertainment Earth Comic-Con Exclusive! With this extraordinary TARDIS Bobble Head based on the Classic Series, the entire TARDIS bobbles… and it includes the signature materialize and dematerialize sounds! Measuring approximately 6 3/4-inches tall x 2 3/4-inches wide x 2 3/4-inches long in striking grayscale paint, the unique resin bobble head also features a Doctor Whologo base with a button to activate the sound. You simply gotta get one of these! Requires 1x “AG13 (LR44)” battery, included. Limited edition of 1,500 pieces.Note: This item will first be available to purchase in person at San Diego Comic-Con. Online orders will ship after San Diego Comic-Con, while supplies last.

TARDIS stands for Time And Relative Dimension In Space. The TARDIS looks just like a wooden police phone box from the 1950s on the outside, but is of infinite proportions on the inside. This incredible time machine is piloted by the Doctor, a mysterious Time Lord, and is able to transport him anywhere through time and space, disappearing in one place and reappearing somewhere new.

Produced by the BBC, Doctor Who is the longest-running sci-fi TV series in the world. The award-winning show presents the adventures of a time traveler known simply as “the Doctor.” Along with his companions, this mysterious Time Lord journeys through time and space using his TARDIS, which appears from the outside to be an ordinary police phone booth.

Age: 14+
Size: 6 3/4-inches tall
Batteries Included: Yes
Battery Type: 1 x AG13 (LR44)

San Diego Comic Con 2012 Exclusive #19: Bif Bang Pow! Doctor Who TARDIS Tin Tote Gift Set

Doctor Who TARDIS Tin Tote Gift Set – SDCC Exclusive

  • Three fan-demanded Doctor Whocollectibles in one!
  • This exclusive tin tote looks just like a TARDIS.
  • Includes Doctor Who-themed coasters and a TARDIS-design travel mug!
  • Carry them with you wherever your intergalactic travels take you!

Entertainment Earth Comic-Con Exclusive! Three fan-demanded Doctor Who collectibles in one awesome package! This embossed tin tote looks just like a TARDIS time machine, and with plenty of authentic detail, it measures 8 5/8-inches wide x 6 3/4-inches tall x 4-inches deep. The colorful lunch box is magnificent enough by itself, but inside you’ll find a 4-pack of Doctor Who-themed coasters and a 16-ounce TARDIS-design travel mug! Carry them all with you wherever your intergalactic travels take you.The included 4-pack of coasters ought to get the conversation rolling at your next party! Measuring approximately 5-inches tall x 3 3/4-inches wide, these attention-grabbing Doctor Who-themed coasters are made of furniture-protecting EVA foam and feature the modern Doctor Whologo. The Doctor would certainly use them on the console inside his time machine, and so should you! If you have a time machine, that is.

This 16-ounce travel mug looks like the Doctor’s TARDIS time machine in the BBC’s Doctor Who sci-fi TV series! With an image of the TARDIS on the front and the Doctor Whologo on the back, the mug features a blue plastic exterior and a durable stainless-steel interior. It’s just what you need for your own travels through time and space!

TARDIS stands for Time And Relative Dimension In Space. The TARDIS looks just like a wooden police phone box from the 1950s on the outside, but is of infinite proportions on the inside. This incredible time machine is piloted by the Doctor, a mysterious Time Lord, and is able to transport him anywhere through time and space, disappearing in one place and reappearing somewhere new.

Produced by the BBC, Doctor Who is the longest-running sci-fi TV series in the world. The award-winning show presents the adventures of a time traveler known simply as “the Doctor.” Along with his companions, this mysterious Time Lord journeys through time and space using his TARDIS, which appears from the outside to be an ordinary police phone booth.

Age: 14+
Size: 8-inches tall

SDCC 2011 Exclusive #25: Entertainment Earth Doctor Who Cyberleader & The Master Exclusive Action Figures

Doctor Who Cyberleader & The Master Exclusive Action Figures

  • Travel through time and space with Doctor Who!
  • Fully articulated action figures based on the popular TV series.
  • Exclusive Cyberleader and The Master Action Figures!
  • Real fabric clothing and a 1970s retro style.

Entertainment Earth Comic-Con Exclusive! Travel through time and space with Doctor Who! Reminiscent of the best-selling action figures of the 1970s and 1980s, Bif Bang Pow!’s amazing Doctor Whofigures stand 8-inches tall and feature episode-specific fabric clothing, in addition to multiple points of articulation. Based on the incredibly popular television series, they embody that distinctive look and feel of the longest-running sci-fi TV series in the world.This Series 2 set includes 2 individually packaged action figures (subject to change):
1x Cyberleader
1x The Master

Note: This item will first be available to purchase in person at San Diego Comic-Con and New York Comic-Con. Online orders will ship after New York Comic-Con, while supplies last.

Every Doctor Who collection needs a Cyberleader, and here he is in metallic silver and black! The Cybermen are cold, emotionless figures, encased in steel suits, their original humanity stripped away and replaced by machinery and computers. The Doctor has encountered the Cybermen countless times throughout time and space. In the 30th century, the Cybermen had been at war with Earth for hundreds of years, and the war had taken its toll. At that point, gold was lethal to them. One last group of Cybermen led by a black-helmeted Cyberleader made an attack on Voga, the planet of gold. The Fourth Doctor was able to help the native Vogans defend their planet and destroy the remaining Cybermen. Cybermen not included.

The Master well deserves his own action figure. Bif Bang Pow! obliges with this eye-popping figure that’s cloaked and sure to delight any fan. The Master is the most evil, malevolent Time Lord ever– and the Doctor’s sworn enemy. When the Fourth Doctor returned to Gallifrey after receiving a distress signal from the Time Lords’ computer Matrix, the Master was at the end of his regeneration cycle and was a skeletal husk clothed in a tattered cloak. The Master was at the heart of a conspiracy to bring down the Time Lord High Council, and framed the Doctor as responsible for assassinating the President. In his lust for power, the Master stole the Sash and Rod of Rassillon so he could open up the Eye of Harmony and restore his regenerations, and cause the destruction of Gallifrey.

Price: $39.99

 
Age:  14+
Size:  8-inches tall

SDCC 2011 Exclusive #23: Entertainment Earth Doctor Who TARDIS Bobble Head

Doctor Who TARDIS Bobble with Sound – Comic-Con Exclusive

    • Exclusive TARDIS Bobble Head bobbles and includes sound!
    • Features a remarkable Doctor Who-themed base.
    • You gotta get one of these!

Entertainment Earth Comic-Con Exclusive!

      With this extraordinary TARDIS Bobble Head based on the Classic Series, the entire TARDIS bobbles… and it includes the signature materialize and dematerialize sounds! Measuring approximately 6 3/4-inches tall x 2 3/4-inches wide x 2 3/4-inches long, the one-of-a-kind bobble head also features a remarkable

Doctor Who

      -themed base with a button to activate the sound. You gotta get one of these!

Note: This item will first be available to purchase in person at San Diego Comic-Con and New York Comic-Con. Online orders will ship after New York Comic-Con, while supplies last. TARDIS stands for Time And Relative Dimension In Space and looks just like a wooden Police phone box from the 1950s on the outside, but is of infinite proportions on the inside. This incredible time machine is piloted by the Doctor, a mysterious Time Lord, and is able to transport him anywhere through time and space, disappearing in one place and reappearing somewhere new.

Price: $21.99

 
Age:  14+
Batteries Included:  Yes
Battery Type:  1 x AG13 (LR44)

George Lucas bans David Prowse, actor who portrayed Darth Vader on screen, from all Star Wars events

By Nick Klopsis
DAILY NEWS WRITER

Saturday, July 17th 2010, 10:28 AM

The force is not with David Prowse.

The actor – known among Star Wars fans as the man who portrayed Darth Vader in the original trilogy – has been banned from attending official fan conventions and cast reunions after reportedly “annoying” director George Lucas.

While James Earl Jones is credited with supplying the Sith Lord’s baritone voice, Prowse was the man behind the mask in the first three Star Wars movies.

According to his website, Prowse has been banned from “Lucas Film associated events,” and that “After enquiring, the only thing I have been told is that I have ‘burnt too many bridges between Lucas Film and myself’ – no other reason given.”

The ban appears to be the latest blow in a long-running feud between Lucas and Prowse. Prowse had been promised to be both seen and heard at the end of the trilogy when Vader’s mask is removed, The Sun reports. However, Lucas used a different actor instead, upsetting Prowse.

In addition, the 75-year-old Prowse claims Lucas accused him of leaking Vader’s death before the release of “Return of the Jedi.” He also claims he did not receive his fair share of the box office revenue for the final film.

“Dave never received much money for his role and was always shoved to the side,” a friend told The Sun. “He believes he’s been an embarrassment or annoying to Lucas.

“But he lives for conventions. So to strip this from him, too, is heartbreaking.”

More SDCC 2009 Comic Con Photos – Dr. Who

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