Doctor Who Christmas Specials The End of Time, Pt. 2 (2009)
Doctor Who Christmas Specials The End of Time, Pt. 2 (2009) - Copyrights: © 2011 BBC
Doctor Who Time Lord Psychic Container
"When a Time Lord needs to send a message, technologies like pony express or email just won't do. The psychic container is where it's at: every bit of your message conveyed in exactly the way you meant it to be heard and felt by the recipient. Of course, if it's a bad message, then the sight of the little flying box is not a welcome one. This replica of the psychic container features motion-sensitive light changing effects. Tap the top to turn on the white glow. Tap again for white flickering mode (the most psychic-looking of the effects, in our opinion!), and tap yet again to go into color mode which cycles through a rainbow of colors. The Mark of the Corsair graces the front, reminding us that a Time Lord is eternal. The Doctor Who Time Lord Psychic Container makes a fun desk accessory or a nifty night light for your bedside table. Product Specifications Time Lord Psychic Container from the BBC TV series Doctor Who Officially licensed Doctor Who collectible From the episode ""The Doctor's Wife"" written by Neil Gaiman Color changing plastic cube with glowing and flickering effects Three modes: Color change, white glow, and white flicker Simply tap the cube to begin the light effects, tap again to turn off Automatically turns off after 10 minutes to conserve battery life Makes a great bedside night light Dimensions: 3.63"" x 3.63"" x 3.63"" Batteries: 3x LR44 batteries (included)"
Doctor Who: Series Six, Part Two
This release contains episodes from the second half of the sixth series of theDOCTOR WHO reboot, and includes the installments LET'S...
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Doctor Who TARDIS Peruvian Beanie
This blue Peruvian beanie features a TARDIS design with white pom and blue tassels. One size fits most 100% acrylic Spot or dry-clean Imported
Doctor Who Save the Universe Board Game
We know what you're thinking. Bow ties, fezzes, and Stetsons are cool. But so is flying your own TARDIS and battling against fellow Time Lords! Honestly, this is going to be one of the few times in your life you stand a chance of seeing an Adipose face-off against a Dalek with a decent chance of winning. The rules are easy, the goal simple: collect more pairs of enemy disks than everyone else. Of course, nothing is really all that simple when you're dealing with immortal adversaries with two hearts. Here's how the game is played: Spin the arrow and race around the TARDIS console, collecting enemy disks that feature your favorite Raxacoricofallapatorians, the Slitheen, hindbrain wielding Ood, Jundoon, and even old Davros himself. Share a square with another player and you can battle it out to take one of their enemy disks. Will your Weeping Angel beat their Cyberman? Just be careful - landing on the time vortex may have interesting consequences, in the Hoban Washburne definition of interesting. Product Specifications For Ages 6+ 2-6 players Game circle folds out to reveal a TARDIS control panel as the board for your adventure Box includes dice, tokens, spinning arrow and TARDIS - the only thing missing is you and your friends! Actual knowledge of temporal mechanics - or even Doctor Who - not required
Doctor Who TARDIS Seat Belt Belt
This seat belt belt features an allover TARDIS design. One size; adjustable 1 1/2" wide Man-made materials Made in USA
Doctor Who Diecast Master's Pocket Watch
When we think of pocket watches, we often think of old relics carried by old men. And we suppose that Time Lords are "old men" in the sense that they are 900+ years old. When a Time Lord wants to hide, all he need do is use the Chameleon Arch and store his memories and biology in a fob watch. When he's ready to recall his identity, it's just a matter of opening the watch, that is, if you can get through the perception filter...
Exclusive Doctor Who K-9 Figure
"Odysseus has his Argos, Hagrid has his Fang, Superman has Krypto, Doc Brown has Einstein, and the Doctor (the Doctor) has K-9. Seems like there's a pattern, but danged if we can see it. But speaking of K-9, we sure do love that little scamp - each and every version. And now you can have a little K-9 of your own, with our Exclusive Doctor Who K-9 Figure. Each Exclusive Doctor Who K-9 Figure is scaled for 8"" action figures and is sort of like a rubber duckie (the best way we can describe it). It's got tons of details (down to the striped collar), zero points of articulation, and is ready to love you. Now, you can get the figure included elsewhere if you buy a cardboard TARDIS playset for your 8"" Doctor Who figures, but we knew many of y'all would just K-9 (perhaps more than one), so we made sure we could offer you the Exclusive Doctor Who K-9 Figure (ThinkGeek's the only place you can get just K-9). Because, really, all we wanted was K-9, and now we've got 'em everywhere. Are you going to get yourself a Exclusive Doctor Who K-9 Figure? Say it with us: Affirmative! Exclusive Doctor Who K-9 Figure A rubber-duckie-esque figure of the Doctor's best friend: K-9! For ages 14 and up. Fully licensed Doctor Who collectible. Sized for 8"" action figures (Mego and the like). Available elsewhere coupled with a big TARDIS playset, but this is the only place you can get just K-9! No moving parts - so you must use your awesome imagination. Dimensions: approx. 6"" x 2.5"" x 3.5"""
Doctor Who 11th Doctor's Diecast Sonic Screwdriver... Screwdriver
Collectibles look cool, but let's face it, that's about all they do. What about the Whovians who prefer not to clutter their TARDIS with mostly-useless things? It may be bigger on the inside, but you don't have to fill all the space! Gotta leave room for the energies to flow. It's all feng shui and stuff. That's why we just had to snatch up a bunch of these Diecast Sonic Screwdrivers. They have the beauty of a collectible with a very realistic twist...
Doctor Who TARDIS Flash Drive - 4GB
Have you ever considered how much data the TARDIS must have? That sexy blue box has been all over time and space with The Doctor and we can't even fathom how much data she has stored in her. That's probably why she didn't do so well in human form... too much info for such a tiny brain. If only we could pull off just a teensy bit of that data...