Doctor Who season 10 will premiere on 15 April, and for now there is a brand new trailer. The stars of the trailer? The original Cybermen, who are apparently making a return.
Here’s Wally the Welsh Corgi cosplaying as the 13 incarnations of the Doctor. I’m pretty sure he’d make a stunning Time Lord; fight off the Daleks, save the universe, sniff other dogs – you know, sh*t like that. If you want to see more Wally, you can follow him on Instagram.
Squirrels have now been upgraded to Cybermen, it’s a whole new challenging world for the Doctor now. The Cyberman head used to be a shower radio, but once that gave way, Doctor Who fan Emma Young very creatively converted it into a nut feeder. The mask is packed with nuts and hangs a small distance above the ground. Scavenging squirrels inevitably must stand to reach those nuts, and inadvertently become Cybermen. That’s so much more efficient than the usual tricks Cybermen employ. Watch a video of the mask in action.
The weeping angels are the scariest of Doctor Who antagonists. There are Daleks and Cybermen, but they can hardly compare with the sheer terror of being taken out in the blink of an eye. I’d say Blink ranks pretty close to the best episodes of the new Doctor Who series. That, and The Empty Child. The mask is available on Amazon for $15.
Blink and you’re dead.
Don’t turn your back.
Don’t look away.
And DON’T blink.”
Doctor Who Tardis zip-up footed pajamas with removable feet, and made of polyester. Available on Amazon for $38 to $46.
My Little Dalek are all about the magic of friendship and extermination, probably not in the same order. The cute crochet Daleks with a hint of My Little Pony are the work of artist Country-Geek-Crochet.
Doctor Who Christmas Special will mark the last appearance of Matt Smith as the Doctor.
Exterminate you say? That you shall be, Daleks; you will be devoured. These life-sized Daleks are excellent wedding cakes built by UK based Dinkydoodle Designs. We especially like the hat and veil touch on the Daleks.
Australian artist and illustrator Michael Kenny has created a set of illustrations that represent Doctor Who characters as they would have looked under the art and style influence of Tim Burton. The set is mostly the doctors, but Clara gets an appearance as well.
An officially licensed replica of David Tennant’s coat, this one is made of high quality wool blend fabric so it is more than just a prop, and actually wearable as a coat. Costs $330.