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doctor who lego set

We said the official unveiling would be hot on the heels of this teaser for LEGO’s Official TARDIS Set, and that has turned out to be the case.

This LEGO Ideas 21304 Doctor Who set is based on Andrew Clark’s Doctor Who And Companions set. It includes a LEGO TARDIS, two Daleks, and four minifigures; the Eleventh Doctor, the Twelfth Doctor, Clara Oswald, and a Weeping Angel.

It’s estimated to go on sale December 1st for $59.99.

Check out more pictures plus a video of the official announcement from the Gallifreyan Shopping Network after the break.

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lego tardis

“Landing soon” being the words on the Lego Facebook page update.

But that’s not the only teaser shot! Check out the second image after the break…

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Little free libraries have been popping up all over the place in a wonderful attempt to inspire kids (and adults) to read, but a Little TARDIS Library recently landed in the UK on Brighton beach and I am both delighted and super jealous! It will continue to tour the UK “sharing stories with children and young people to help promote their love of reading”.

In fact, this four-foot tall, two-foot wide Library has hundreds (bigger on the inside) of classic books including Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, The Secret Garden, The Hobbit, The Harry Potter series, The Chronicles of Narnia, Charlotte’s Web, and collections of Oscar Wilde, Charles Dickens, and Shakespeare.

If you’re in the UK, you can inquire about getting the Little TARDIS Library to visit your school, library, or park by emailing

(via Nerdist)


I know it may be a little early for Christmas stuff, but is a TARDIS topper that lights up! I mean, come on.

It’s also a limited edition exclusive of only 1440 pieces, so waiting until Christmas might not be an option.

Product Page ($34.99)



The set of Doctor Who Weeping Angel string lights contain 10 dangerous angels, half weeping and half attacking. Oh, and the lights can be set to blink mode. YES!

Remember the lights can blink, but you most certainly cannot. Maybe you should just arrange the lights in a big circle so they stare at each other. I think that’s your safest bet.

The set comes with replacement bulbs and multiple sets can be strung together if you really want to live dangerously. Check out the hanging set photo after the break.

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mission dalek

Doctor Who fans (in the UK at least) have a chance to submit a digital story to the BBC for their Mission Dalek contest. Winning entires will get to visit the Twelfth Doctor’s set and meet Peter Capaldi.

The criteria is pretty simple but the options are vast: create a digital story (i.e. video, animation and images, even submit original digital artwork) using clues from the contest’s The Doctor’s Year 2000 Diary to explain where the Doctor has been and how he ended up facing the Daleks. They’re even offering downloadable assets to help you with your work.

This is for U.K. residents only and open until September 9th.

Check out the competition video after the break.

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peggy carter

There’s been a lot of talk in recent years about casting a woman as the Doctor in Doctor Who, but Hayley Atwell wasn’t part of the conversation until she dropped this gem during a brief Twitter Q&A session:

Yes. YES!

Granted, I’m enjoying Peter Capaldi in the role and I think he should stay as long as he wants. That having been said, Atwell would be a perfect choice when the time comes. I mean, a Peggy Carter-style character walking out of the TARDIS? Sign me up for that.

What do you think?

(Pajiba via TMS)

doctor who maisie

The last Doctor Who trailer already had enough tantalizing glimpses to make me shout “WHY IS IT NOT SEPTEMBER, YET!?” and this new one is even more interesting.

More creatures, more Missy, more mysterious Maisie Williams, Daleks, Zygons—Clara with a bazooka. None of it makes sense right now, but we are looking forward to the journey.

Watch it after the break.

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The first clips for the Sherlock Christmas special (with Watson’s Mustache) and Doctor Who Season 9 (with Maisie Williams) have premiered at SDCC. Make haste and watch them after the break…

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There’s a brand new Sonic Screwdriver Universal Remote debuting at San Diego Comic-Con on July 8, 2015 at the BBC AMERICA shop (booth #4129), and it’s been updated to reflect the changes made to the 12th Doctor’s Sonic. It even includes the long-awaited “flick to extend” feature.

“The keen-eyed Whovian will notice subtle differences between the Sonic Screwdriver favored by the Eleventh Doctor and the one currently used by the Twelfth Doctor. We listened to fans’ requests and have evolved the design to match what’s onscreen, including the fun flick-to-extend feature,” said Chris Barnardo, co-founder of The Wand Company.

Features include:

The 1:1 scale Sonic Screwdriver can store up to 39 remote control commands, is equipped with 12 authentic Sonic Screwdriver sound effects and a customizable personal lock code, and has 12 secret Morse code phrases from the Twelfth Doctor to decipher. Die cast in hand-polished, copper-plated metal, with a new stand that allows the Sonic Screwdriver to be displayed vertically, this device is not only a serious prop that will delight collectors, but with its host of authentic sonic sounds, it is also a cosplayer’s dream come true.

See Also: Hands On With The Eleventh Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver Universal Remote

To top it off, the Sonic Screwdrivers sold at Comic-Con will each come with a signed certificate of authenticity, and will be a limited edition only available at the BBC AMERICA booth while supplies last. If you wont be attending SDCC, remote will be sold by select retailers later this summer.

See an additional image after the break.

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