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The next season of Doctor Who will have a new monster for The Doctor and Clara to defeat. It’s called Block 3 and he looks a lot like a BioShock’s Big Daddy. You can’t really tell from the teaser above, but you can check out a pick of the beast in the daylight after the break.
While most Doctor Who fans would love to own a full sized TARDIS replica, this 1:6 scale version of the Tenth Doctor’s TARDIS is probably the next best thing.
The model is roughly 20″ tall and is made to go with the Big Chief 1:6 scale Doctor Who figures. Other 1:6 scale figures would work of course, and I suppose you could always dress up as the Doctor yourself and reenact tiny TARDIS scenes from the episode Flatline.
The model includes LEDs, swappable interiors, and recreates the TARDIS in incredible detail. In addition, if you order from Big Chief directly, you get a bonus – a pair of pjs and slippers for the 1:6 scale Tenth Doctor figure (if you own it) or you could put them on another figure. I bet it would look cool on Stan Lee.
Either way, cool replica, fun extras and Doctor Who awesomeness. Sounds good to me.
Head after the break to take a closer look.
Now you can have your very own version of the Doctor’s K-9! All you need is a smartphone. Features include:
- Interactive K-9 Unit controlled direct from your Android or iOS unit
- Personality, user controlled voices, interactions and movements
- Moving ears, flashing keypad buttons and user controlled extending probe
- Requires 4 x 1.5v AA Batteries (not included)
- 100% officially licensed Doctor Who merchandise
Treat him well until that blue box lands in your yard and the Doctor decides to take him back home.
See more pictures after the break.
Game of Thrones actress Maisie Williams (Arya Stark) is guest starring on Doctor Who, and it won’t be pleasant for our favorite Time Lord. Lead writer and executive producer Stephen Moffat notes:
“We’re thrilled to have Maisie Williams joining us on Doctor Who. It’s not possible to say too much about who or what she’s playing, but she is going to challenge the Doctor in very unexpected ways. This time he might just be out of his depth, and we know Maisie is going to give him exactly the right sort of hell.”
We will have to use or imaginations for now since the show won’t return until this Fall.
See the tweet announcing the news after the break.
Monopoly gets a makeover in this Doctor Who Villains edition of the iconic game. It features six tokens including K-9, a gas mask, the pandorica, River Song’s diary, the 12th Doctor’s ring, and the TARDIS. Preorder now and take on the Doctor’s greatest foes when the game ships this July.
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Whovians and book lovers rejoice! We’re giving away copies of the newly released Doctor Who: Time Trips to three lucky Nerd Approved readers!
Head after the break for a synopsis of the book, a look at some of the fun details they added with the hardcover design and all of the information you need to enter.
David Tennant was at Wizard World in Raleigh, NC this weekend, and while he was there he made a video that helped a young fan get a date (she said yes). He also discussed Ten’s relationships with Donna, Rose and gave extra love to Wilfred Mott.
To top it off, when a fan asked, “Which do you think was harder for your Doctor – saying goodbye to Rose, or saying goodbye to Donna?”, we got an answer that will both tug at your heart and delight fans.
Check out the videos after the break…
This Doctor Who lamp is just the thing for letting the Doctor know that you’re ready and waiting for him to show up in that magical blue box. It’s a triangular lamp that features the TARDIS going through the wormhole on the front and back, but the villains are along for the ride, too. A Weeping Angel, Cyberman, and Dalek are on the sides of the lamp and project their images onto surrounding walls.
The lamp is handmade from acrylic and measures 9″ on each side. It uses just a standard C7 bulb and is made to order so it’ll take about 4-6 weeks to have this Whovian lamp on your table.
See more pictures after the break.
The madman behind this incredible LEGO TARDIS interior is Thorsten Bonsch. To commemorate Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary, he built a replica of the TARDIS interior as it existed for most of the 11th Doctor’s run.
The project was so ambitious it took him nearly 3 years to complete. And none of the LEGO pieces have been modified, save for parts that are “officially” meant to be cut—like hoses and strings.
The level of detail is just incredible. You can check out more jaw dropping views after the break.