Playmobil member Emma J saw a Steampunk Dalek and decided to make her own. In doing so, I’d say she topped whoever made the Dalek by adding a TARDIS and the 4th Doctor.
Check out more pictures after the break. They’re awesome.
Sure, it’s just one but you know his brethren are just lurking in the shadows ready to exterminate us all. This Dalek was built by car speaker company Massive Audio for display at their CES booth this week and is actually a giant speaker. He measures 6′ tall and was built from 32 woofers on the bottom, a big subwoofer in the head and 5,000 watts of amplifiers.
It also works. No, it doesn’t exterminate people. Instead it plays music streamed through your smartphone or tablet. The whole thing weighs 926 pounds, cost $25,000 to construct and will be auctioned off on eBay for the BBC’s children’s charity sometime this summer.
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There’s a lot happening in the Whoniverse this year between the 50th Anniversary of the show and the pending arrival of Peter Capaldi as the new Doctor. Help the Whovian in your life celebrate with one of these perfect Doctor Who gifts!
Coming soon to our Nerd Approved Shop is this Doctor Who Gold Dalek Mr. Potato Head!
This 7″ tall version of Mr. Potato Head has been turned into a Dalek and he’s hear to exterminate you before you can say “french fry.” Best keep him away from the other Mr. Potato Heads in the toy box because he’ll surely think they’re inferior life forms and destroy them all when you’re not looking. That is, unless your Mr. Potato Head happens to be a Doctor.
Preorder now for delivery in November 2013.
For more than 10 years an ice cream shop called Snugbury’s near Nantwich in Cheshire has done a large themed straw sculpture. This year, they chose this huge Dalek to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who.
It even has a moving head and gun, not to mention audio.
It was designed by Mike Harper who, along with a team of volunteers, dedicated approximately 700 man hours to create the straw sculpture.
Plus, Snugbury’s has created a ‘DaLICK’ cone and are donating a portion of the proceeds to Cancer Research UK.
I want to go to Cheshire now, please.
Check out more pictures after the break to get an idea of just how big this thing is.
York unveils a new corn maze each year and it’s always a grand affair that includes rides, shows and attractions for an entire day’s worth of entertainment. Each year, the theme of the maze changes and this year it’s Doctor Who. That means there is now a 300 meter long maze featuring a giant Dalek and the images of the first and current Doctor. There are also a couple of Daleks hiding out and the TARDIS just in case you really get desperate to leave. The Sixth Doctor, Colin Baker, even stopped by for a bit.
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