I don’t want to alarm you, but it looks like the Doctor and his TARDIS have just crashed into your wall through a rip in time. This TARDIS Vortex Wall Light is probably the coolest Doctor Who night light you can buy.
It’s November 1, meaning it’s time to skip all notions of Thanksgiving and go straight to Christmas cheer. I you are already digging out your Christmas decorations, you might want to replace that old tree topper with something new and cool this year.
Doctor Who fans looking for a Christmas stocking might want to get in on this one. This Adipose stocking doesn’t look fat, which is what you might expect, but it might get that way once you load it up with goodies.
Before you know it, the annual office Secret Santa thing will start up and you will end up having to buy a gift for the that odd guy across the hall. Coffee cups are a great gift idea for such occasions, because they aren’t so personal that the person you give it to will try and talk to you about it.
I would assume after a hard day of fighting Daleks and Weeping Angels, a Time Lord would need a cold one to wind down. I’m not sure a standard Sonic Screwdriver would be able to open a beer, but this special variant of the good Doctor’s universal tool certainly could.
The web series Golden Thrones is all about finding the best public restrooms in the world. In the latest episode, host Jon DelCollo stopped in at The Way Station in Brooklyn to explore this TARDIS-themed loo.
It seems like adults just rediscovered coloring books over the last year or so. I think lots of adults are just not wanting to admit that they were coloring in the kiddy books before all sorts of adult coloring books landed.
We’ve seen a couple of handmade chess sets based on Doctor Who. Here’s another one made by Adam Dodge, a Miniland-scale LEGO set that features characters from different seasons.
The black pieces are based on the Doctor’s enemies, including Davros and Missy as the king and queen respectively, and Cybermen and Cyberwomen as scary pawns.
Doctor Who fans will get to enjoy a new companion in the new season of the long running show. Jenna Coleman is out as Clara Oswald and the new companion is simply named “Bill,” played by actress Pearl Mackie.
Growing up, I was a big fan of ’80s TV shows like the Dukes of Hazzard, Magnum P.I. and a slew of others. In fact, I had the vinyl album of Mike Post theme songs from a bunch of those shows and jammed that record all the time.
Doctor Who fans that need to put a ring on it, here you go. These aren’t fancy gold or diamond rings, but they have that wedding band look to them. That could be a bad thing if you aren’t in a marrying mood and your companion is a bit nutty.
iam8bit recently concluded Postcards from Space, an art exhibition featuring postcards for fictional locations from books, comics, video games, toys and sci-fi and fantasy shows and movies. Fortunately those of us who didn’t make it to the exhibit can get copies of the postcards from iam8bit’s online store.
Check out this life-size LEGO TARDIS. Sadly, you can’t buy, but at least you can get a glimpse at what a life-size TARDIS looks like. It looks like the TARDIS only…brickier.
This impressive life-size TARDIS turned up on Sydney famed Bondi Beach, and is on display in advance of Australia’s inaugural Doctor Who Festival.
Take your vegetables on a tour through time and space as you chop them and prepare your meal. This TARDIS cutting board is perfect for your Doctor Who themed kitchen.
It has a flexible design with a non-slip base and is perfect for fresh vegetables like celery, which we all know is great for detecting radiation – which is why the 5th Doctor keeps it pinned to his jacket.