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Journal of Impossible Things and Mini Sonic Screwdriver Pen
$22.99
Journal of Impossible Things and Mini Sonic Screwdriver Pen
John Smith: I was, um... Sorry, sorry. Sometimes I have these extraordinary dreams. Martha Jones: What about, sir? John Smith: I dream I'm this... adventurer. This...daredevil, a madman. 'The Doctor', I'm called. And last night I dreamt that you were there, as my... companion. When the 10th Doctor used a Chameleon Arch to turn himself into the human John Smith, he kept a dream diary. The pages were chock full of what he thought were crazy dreams of aliens, strange places, and a language he didn't speak. A real Journal of Impossible Things was created for the filming of the show; this is a replica of that journal. It even comes with a mini sonic screwdriver pen in case you'd like to sketch your own impossible dreams. Product Specifications A journal of the Doctor's dream doodles Replica of the journal used in Human Nature and Family of Blood Full of artwork and notes The Doctor made while human Includes a mini sonic screwdriver pen with a blue light Blank pages in the back so you can add your own impossible dreams Officially licensed Doctor Who collectible
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Doctor Who Linear TARDIS Babydoll
$21.99 $9.99
Doctor Who Linear TARDIS Babydoll
"Doctor Who fans know that the Doctor's TARDIS is stuck as a police box due to a faulty chameleon circuit. What you may not know is that back in the day on Gallifrey, the Time Lords had a sport that was similar to NASCAR (they did involve ""turn left, turn left"" but in a way we can't really grok as mere humans). They involved whipping about time and space, checking in at various points with race officials of various civilizations and waving at the cheering fans during the pit stops before quickly vworping to the next checkpoint. So the next time you wonder why the Doctor has so many of those turbulent moments in the TARDIS, remember that in his youth, he was a star on the TARDIS NASCAR circuit. A white line-art version of the TARDIS with the modern Doctor Who logo above it on a navy, babydoll (fitted) shirt."
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The Angels Have the Phone Box Babydoll
$21.99 $16.49
The Angels Have the Phone Box Babydoll
"A ThinkGeek exclusive! ""The angels have the phone box."" That's my favorite. I've got that on a t-shirt!-Larry Nightingale, ""Blink"" As soon as we watched this episode, we knew we had a unique responsibility. Our customers recognized it, too. You guys wrote in asking where this shirt was, because you somehow knew it was ours. So we talked to our friends at one of our vendors who has the Doctor Who license and told them we needed this shirt. They gave us a few versions, and finally we got to this one and said, ""That's it! Print it! Hurry!"" Cause we have something we have to do. *stuffs men's t-shirt into an manila envelope, writes ""For Larry Nightingale"" on the outside of the envelope* Can anybody point me to the 2006 weeping angel? ""The Angels Have the Phone Box"" with a picture of the TARDIS on the front of this black, babydoll (fitted) shirt. The back features a small version of the current Doctor Who logo. Size Chart S M L XL XXL Chest 33 in. 35 in. 37 in. 39 in. 41 in. Length 25 in. 26 in. 27 in. 28 in. 29 in."
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Doctor Who Van Gogh TARDIS Mug
$9.99 $6.49
Doctor Who Van Gogh TARDIS Mug
VINCENT: I believe, if you look hard, there are more wonders in this universe than you could ever have dreamed of. THE DOCTOR: You don't have to tell me. One of the best parts of watching Doctor Who is learning about all the crazy aliens and creatures that are sharing our universe. Let's face it, we'll never see a weeping angel statue without the hair on the back of our necks standing on end. We're eyeing cracks in walls with suspicion. The guy at our bank? The creepy one? Certainly a Slitheen...
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Doctor Who Ceramic TARDIS Bank
$29.99 $23.99
Doctor Who Ceramic TARDIS Bank
"We had The Doctor take us back to the old days of Middle English to meet the ancestor of the piggy bank. (It's a good thing we took that class on Chaucer in college!) Turns out, the original piggy bank was not pig-shaped. It was a kitchen jar made of pygg, a type of clay. They were soon called ""pygg jars"" and later, ""pig banks."" It wasn't until later that they started to be shaped like swine. Remember your first piggy bank? It was probably ceramic, pig shaped, and maybe didn't even have a way to retrieve the money except for breaking the pig open. It also made the most delightful noise when you shook it. The sound of savings! Of that shiny new bicycle, Barbie Townhouse, or Power Wheels. We had The Doctor gather some of those piggy banks, shoot them with his sonic screwdriver, and transform them into ceramic TARDIS banks. Each is about four inches tall and you'd be surprised just how much money fits inside! Product Specifications Ceramic TARDIS piggy bank for fans of Doctor Who Fits more money on the inside than you'd imagine! Rubber stopper in the bottom can be pulled out to retrieve cash Dimensions: approx. 4"" tall"
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Doctor Who Levitating TARDIS
$39.99 $27.99
Doctor Who Levitating TARDIS
We imagine that if The Doctor were stranded on Earth for a long period of time without his real TARDIS, he'd appreciate having a smaller model to play with and admire. It's like being a kid (of any age!) and having a collection of matchbox cars. You may not have a real Maserati, but this miniature one sure is sweet! Zoom zoom! Oh wait, that's the sound a Mazda makes. We're obviously not experts in such things. Anyhoo, we think a TARDISless Doctor would really love this matchbox model of his time-traveling ride. The Levitating TARDIS uses the magic of magnets (how do they work?) to make the blue police box hover inside the black base unit. With a little practice, you can gently flick the TARDIS and set it spinning. The best part? We were so excited about this... go to the nearest vending machine and purchase a bag of Skittles. Use the Skittles to create an epic battle between the Doctor and the new Daleks! As each Dalek dies, toss it in your mouth and taste the rainbow. Delicious. Product Specifications TARDIS floats like magic in mid-air with the power of magnets Spin it around and it might travel through time Hack it to fix the chameleon circuit (hey, you can TRY...) Dimensions: approx. five inches tall Requires 6AA batteries (not included)
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Doctor Who Talking Plush
$24.99
Doctor Who Talking Plush
"The Doctor's made several trips to parallel universes over his 900+ years, including one in which the Roman Empire got tired of conquering just Earth and started expanding to other planets and universes. We'd like to hope there's a parallel universe out there where the Daleks are snuggly and adorable and ""EXTERMINATE"" means ""EXTERMINATE THE UNHAPPINESS - WITH HUGS."" Surely, if such a universe existed, the Doctor would fly there in his overstuffed huggable TARDIS and meet these Dalek for tea, Jelly Babies, and Jammy Dodgers. These plush are the first in a series of officially licensed Doctor Who plush for the new series. They are all about 9"" tall and pleasantly overstuffed, especially the TARDIS (since there's so much on the inside, you know!). Squeeze the TARDIS and you'll hear its signature flight sounds as the light on top flashes. The Daleks (in red and blue) will tell you that you are their enemy and they want to exterminate you, but remember, in the parallel universe, it just means they'd fancy a snuggle. Product Specifications WARNING: Choking hazard. Small parts. Not for children under 3. Squeeze these Doctor Who plush toys to hear them come to life We love how the TARDIS looks overstuffed (it has a lot on the inside, duh!) Daleks come in your choice of red or blue, plush with plastic rivets TARDIS is plush with a plastic flashing light on top Dalek phrases include: ""EXTERMINATE! EXTERMINATE!"" ""You are an enemy of the Dalek. You must be destroyed."" TARDIS makes TARDISy noises like ""Vworp vworp vworp."" Officially licensed Doctor Who collectibles Dimensions: approx. 9"" tall"
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Doctor Who Sonic Screwdriver Pen
$29.99 $24.99
Doctor Who Sonic Screwdriver Pen
[ACTUAL TRANSCRIPT FROM THINKGEEK SECRET HQ, SOMEWHERE IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE. NAMES MAY BE CHANGED TO PROTECT THE GUILTY.] WALTER: What's that? [PETER HOLDS UP SONIC SCREWDRIVER PEN] PETER: It's our latest addition to the Doctor Who sonic screwdriver collection. This one's a pen, modeled after the eleventh Doctor's trusty sonic. WALTER: What's it do? PETER: It's a pen. WALTER: Does it light up? PETER: It's a pen. WALTER: Looks kind of like a sonic screwdriver. Can it open things? PETER: It's a pen, WALTER. You know, you write with it? WALTER: Oh. [DISAPPOINTED] So it's just a pen? PETER: It has both black and green ink! WALTER: I guess that's okay, if, like, you need to write or something. PETER: That's why you want a pen, I think... WALTER: So it doesn't light up? [PETER FACEPALMS] [TRANSCRIPT ENDS] As Walter and Peter discovered, it's a pen - just a pen. But when you need to write, do you really want gimmicks and lights? Or do you want something that writes reliably and just happens to be a fun reminder of something a little more exciting than a day at the office? Our thoughts exactly! It writes in black or green, but does not open, close, or fix anything. Unless said thing can be fixed by writing on it, in which case, this pen will fix it! Product Specifications Convenient, pen sized replica of the eleventh Doctor's screwdriver Writes in both black and green (but not at the same time - that'd be silly!) Does not actually open things, close things, or fix things (unless it can be fixed by writing on it) It's a (ballpoint) pen! That's it.
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Doctor Who TARDIS Lunch Box
$14.99
Doctor Who TARDIS Lunch Box
Can you imagine being like The Doctor and having to rediscover food every time you regenerate? It must be a bit like being a baby all over again. People say, "Here, try this!" You eye them suspiciously. You try the foodstuff and it's awful and you make hilarious faces. And like a baby, you probably end up enjoying combinations of foods that nobody else would think of - like fish fingers and custard. Even if your lunch plan doesn't involve Jelly Babies, The Doctor won't mind if you put it in his lunch box. Shaped like the top third of the TARDIS, this lunch box may in fact be bigger on the inside. We could certainly fit a lot of lunch food in it. Whether your Whovian is heading to the board room or the classroom, they'll love to carry their lunch in this classic meal lunch box. Product Specifications Limited edition TARDIS shaped lunch box Classic metal lunch box for fans of Doctor Who Holds more lunch food inside than you may think Tip: Carry the fish fingers and custard in separate containers, mix just before you intend to eat them. This prevents soggy fish fingers Dimensions: 8 5/8" wide x 6 3/4" tall x 4" deep (possibly deeper on the inside!)
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Dr.Who-Revelation of the Daleks
$19.98 $13.81
Dr.Who-Revelation of the Daleks
The TARDIS takes the Doctor and Peri to the planet Necros, where the Doctor plans to visit his old friend Professor Arthur Stengos. But after an encounter with the Great Healer, Stengos is not quite the man the Doctor once knew. The Great Healer works in the catacombs beneath Tranquil Repose, the galactically-famous final resting place for the dead and the not-quite-yet-dead. In the upper chambers the busy workers prepare the deceased for their final burial, while deep below the Great Healer is using their bodies for a sinister project of his own. For the Great Healer is also known by another name - Davros, creator of the Daleks, who's using the bodies to build himself a brand new Dalek army. The Doctor attempts to stop Davros while Stengos' daughter searches for her missing father and the local DJ uses rock 'n' roll music as a defense against the Daleks. Many are searching for Davros, but the evil scientist has a plan that will eradicate all opposition and enable him to lead his Daleks on a new mission of universal conquest... This stylish adventure with its uniquely dark humor was first broadcast 23-30 March 1985.Format: DVD MOVIE
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Dr.Who-Two Doctors
$24.98 $17.99
Dr.Who-Two Doctors
When you travel around as much as I do, it's almost inevitable that you'll run into yourself at some point. When the Doctor (Colin Baker) lands on a space station in the Third Zone, he suspects he's been there before and when he discovers his old assistant--Jamie--he's certain. Accompanied by Jamie and his present assistant Peri, the Doctor follows himself (Patrick Troughton) to 20th Century Seville. There he discovers his old enemies, the Sontarans, about to dissect him in a genetic operation. But just why are they operating on the Doctor? And how will their findings aid their enslavement of the Universe? Deadly questions to which the Doctors must find answers in order to escape their own excruciating death? Originally transmitted February 16-March 2, 1965, this three part adventure starring Colin Baker features the late Patrick Troughton's final appearance as the Doctor.
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Dr.Who-Armageddon Factor
$24.85
Dr.Who-Armageddon Factor
The last stretch of the quest for the Key to Time brings the Doctor and Romana to the planet Atrios in the last days of a nuclear war with its neighboring planet Zeos. The Atrian ruler, Princess Astra, presses for peace, but the Marshal insists that his forces can win the war. Those near the Marshal fear that his judgment is suffering from the strain of command. He has taken to making most of his decisions following meditations before a strange black mirror. The Princess has disappeared, and the Marshal now rules unopposed. Have the Doctor and Romana arrived too late to complete their mission before Atrios is destroyed? When the Doctor learns that no living Atrian has ever met a Zeon, he proposes to travel to Zeos to negotiate for peace and the return of Princess Astra, who seems to be linked in some way to the sixth segment. He finds the planet deserted. There are no living Zeons, but they left the computer running, and its programmed for Mutual Assured Destruction.
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Dr.Who-Pirate Planet
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Dr.Who-Pirate Planet
As the Doctor, Romana and K9 head for the planet Calufrax in search of the second segment of the Key to Time, they are in for a surprise when the TARDIS brings them to Zanak, an entirely different planet occupying the same space coordinates. Did Romana take a wrong turn when she navigated by the book? No, the tracer registers that the segment is near. Nothing is as it seems in this story by Douglas Adams (The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy). The populace of Zanak lead affluent lives, thanks to the mysterious mechanizations of the Captain. He regularly announces a new age of prosperity, and most of the people accept the extraordinary turn in their fortune without further examination. Little do they imagine that their benefactor hidden on a forbidden mountaintop is a roaring space pirate whose best friend is Polyphase Avitron, a cyber-parrot that brings death to anyone who displeases its master. All these elements will come together to reveal the greatest crime in the galaxy and the second segment of the Key to Time as well.
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Doctor Who Save the Universe Board Game
$24.99
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
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It's What's on the Inside That Counts
$18.99 $9.99
It's What's on the Inside That Counts
"Fans of Doctor Who have long known that it's what's on the inside that counts. After all, you couldn't follow the show through multiple regenerations if it weren't true. Maybe Romana and the Fourth Doctor said it best after her regeneration (oh, wait... SPOILER... er, can you have a spoiler on something that aired back in 1984?): [Romana II enters wearing clothing exactly like the Doctor's] Romana II: What about this, Doctor? The Doctor: Exactly! Good heavens, that's exactly right! Ha! I never realized you had such a sense of style! Romana II: I thought you said external appearances weren't important. The Doctor: [smiling] Ah, but it's nice to get them right, though, isn't it? Romana II: [attempting to mimic the Doctor's voice] Ah, but it's what's inside that counts. - ""Destiny of the Daleks"" A picture of the TARDIS in blue, encircled with the phrase, ""It's what's on the inside that counts"" on a white, 100% cotton t-shirt."
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Doctor Who Lenticular Animated Chess Set
$39.99
Doctor Who Lenticular Animated Chess Set
The Doctor wanted to make a chess set. It couldn't be just any chess set; this chess set had to depict his epic battles across space and time, look cool, and be affordable enough for the average gal working as a kissogram. That meant that alien technology that made electrified hologram pieces was out of the question. The Doctor traveled back to the 80s to watch Jem and the Holograms and eat some Cracker Jack. After unwrapping his prize, he dashed back to the TARDIS, knowing exactly what needed to be done. What makes this chess set cooler than a bowtie is the lenticular printing on the pieces. Each piece has two pictures of the character inside and they morph before your eyes as you move them. Fight the good fight on the team of The Doctor with his friends Amy, Rory, River, and the TARDIS and battle the forces of evil and save the universe. Each set includes 32 lenticular animated chess pieces and the game board with the Pandorica symbol on it. Product Specifications The ultimate chess set for fans of Doctor Who Each piece has a lenticular photo inside - watch them move! Good guys team includes: 11th Doctor, Amy Pond, Rory Williams, River Song, the TARDIS, and the Judoon Bad guys team includes: Weeping Angel, Supreme Dalek, Cybermen, Silurian General Restac, Smiler, and the Pandorica Board looks like it's engraved with the pattern from the Pandorica Officially licensed Doctor Who collectible Contains: 1 game board, 32 lenticular chess pieces
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TARDIS-Shaped Expansion Babydoll
$21.99
TARDIS-Shaped Expansion Babydoll
"Imagine living in a dimensionally-transcendental space. We would never have an issue with running out of space again. (Because there is no such thing as too many shoes. Only not enough closets. Of course, there could be the jettisoning of closets in order to escape some horrible catastrophe, presumably more horrible than jettisoning all your shoes. But we digress.) The TARDIS is like infinite Space Bags without needing a vacuum. Imagine what it'd be like if the Doctor were on Hoarders. Oh man. They'd have to cordon off a whole section of the universe because it'd contain hundreds of ""perfectly good"" broken sonic screwdrivers that the Doctor was going to fix ""when he had some free time."" Like ya do. ""Time And Relative Dimension In Space"" written out in the shape of the TARDIS on this navy blue, babydoll (fitted) shirt."
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TARDIS-Shaped Expansion Shirt
$18.99 $14.99
TARDIS-Shaped Expansion Shirt
"Imagine living in a dimensionally-transcendental space. We would never have an issue with running out of space again. (Because there is no such thing as too many shoes. Only not enough closets. Of course, there could be the jettisoning of closets in order to escape some horrible catastrophe, presumably more horrible than jettisoning all your shoes. But we digress.) The TARDIS is like infinite Space Bags without needing a vacuum. Imagine what it'd be like if the Doctor were on Hoarders. Oh man. They'd have to cordon off a whole section of the universe because it'd contain hundreds of ""perfectly good"" broken sonic screwdrivers that the Doctor was going to fix ""when he had some free time."" Like ya do. ""Time And Relative Dimension In Space"" written out in the shape of the TARDIS on this navy blue, 100% cotton t-shirt."
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Doctor Who Bathrobes - TARDIS
$69.99 $48.99
Doctor Who Bathrobes - TARDIS
Spacetime is so mind boggingly huge, trying to witness the totality of it in one glance would drive a man insane. Looking into the untempered schism of existence can leave a man with a profound sense of scale, drive him gibberingly mad, or, occasionally, reassure you that you're the hoopiest frood in the history of the Universe. It takes a remarkable man to come away from the experience unscathed. One of those men is known by some as The Doctor...
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Doctor Who Time Lord Psychic Container
$29.99
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)"
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Doctor Who TARDIS Mini Safe
$39.99
Doctor Who TARDIS Mini Safe
The Doctor has always used a key to secure the TARDIS, but it's changed shape and size over the course of his 900-ish years. It's gone from a standard Yale key (like a real police box would have) to a spade shaped silver key to a double helix and back to the standard Yale key again. But one thing never changed: that one key was the only thing able to unlock the amazing vehicle known as the TARDIS. This TARDIS Safe will allow you to lock some of your prized possessions away from friends, family, coworkers, and alien life forms. Rest easy knowing that only you hold the key. When locked, the light on top pulses gently, awaiting your return. Turn the key and the light will flash and the distinctive vworp vworp vworp will play as the interior of the TARDIS is revealed. Product Specifications Keep your stuff safe from friends, family, and aliens Lock valuables inside the Doctor's TARDIS Only you have the little key that opens the TARDIS When unlocked, the TARDIS light flashes and re-materialisation sounds play When locked, the light gently pulses Batteries: 3 AA (not included) Dimensions: approx. 9" tall
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It's What's on the Inside That Counts Babydoll
$21.99 $9.99
It's What's on the Inside That Counts Babydoll
"Fans of Doctor Who have long known that it's what's on the inside that counts. After all, you couldn't follow the show through multiple regenerations if it weren't true. Maybe Romana and the Fourth Doctor said it best after her regeneration (oh, wait... SPOILER... er, can you have a spoiler on something that aired back in 1984?): [Romana II enters wearing clothing exactly like the Doctor's] Romana II: What about this, Doctor? The Doctor: Exactly! Good heavens, that's exactly right! Ha! I never realized you had such a sense of style! Romana II: I thought you said external appearances weren't important. The Doctor: [smiling] Ah, but it's nice to get them right, though, isn't it? Romana II: [attempting to mimic the Doctor's voice] Ah, but it's what's inside that counts. - ""Destiny of the Daleks"" A picture of the TARDIS in blue, encircled with the phrase, ""It's what's on the inside that counts"" on a white, babydoll (fitted) shirt."
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Doctor Who Series 5 Posters - Victory of the Daleks
$11.99 $2.99
Doctor Who Series 5 Posters - Victory of the Daleks
As the story goes, little Amelia Pond had a crack in her wall. Then, an impossible man in an impossible box fell out of the sky. She fed him fish fingers and custard, and promised to return. She waited for fourteen years. When he did, they went on an incredible adventure from one end of the universe and back again. Along the way, they met Daleks and Vampires, Winston Churchill and Vincent Van Gogh. If you haven't seen Doctor Who, stop what you're doing right now and get caught up...
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River Song's Future Sonic Screwdriver
$24.99 $17.99
River Song's Future Sonic Screwdriver
DOCTOR: Your screwdriver... looks exactly like mine. RIVER: Yeah. You gave it to me. DOCTOR: I don't give my screwdriver to anyone. RIVER: I'm not anyone. The mysterious, curly-haired, and wee-bit-crazy River Song waltzed into The Doctor's life in the episode "Silence in the Library." She was even wielding a sonic screwdriver, which she claimed was given to her by The Doctor himself. Of course, The Doctor remembers nothing of that encounter because it hasn't happened yet...
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Doctor Who TARDIS Talking Cookie Jar
$29.99 $19.99
Doctor Who TARDIS Talking Cookie Jar
We don't know about you, but we miss the days when we lived alone. Back then, we could have a jar full of cookies and know exactly how many were left. Simple mathematics. 51 Oreos in a package, minus 2 before work, minus 2 when we got home, minus 2 after dinnner with a glass of cold milk. We knew that package of Oreos would last approximately 8.5 days. But now that we're saddled with significant others, roommates, and/or geeklings, the math gets complicated...
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Van Gogh TARDIS Fitted Ladies' Tee - Navy, S
$21.99 $14.99
Van Gogh TARDIS Fitted Ladies' Tee - Navy, S
van Gogh: Hold my hand, Doctor. Try to see what I see. We're so lucky we're still alive to see this beautiful world. Look at the sky. It's not dark and black and without character. The black is in fact deep blue. And over there! Lighter blue. And blowing through the blueness and the blackness, the winds swirling through the air. And there shining, burning, bursting through, the stars! Can you see how they roll their light? Everywhere we look, the complex magic of nature blazes before our eyes...
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You Never Forget Your First Doctor Fitted Ladies' Tee
$14.99
You Never Forget Your First Doctor Fitted Ladies' Tee
We decided to make a shirt in tribute to one of the first traumatic experiences in life -- the visit to the pediatrician. It involves hanging out in waiting rooms with sick kids, toys you're not allowed to play with because other sick kids have been touching them, and an oversized children's Bible as the only reading material for folks under 3 feet tall. When you finally see the pediatrician, he does something to distract you so he can give you a shot, and all you get in return is a lollipop. Not a fair trade. Our cotton, black t-shirt listed in juniors sizing features the phrase "You Never Forget Your First Doctor" under an inexplicable picture of an old-style British police phone box with a white starburst behind it. We have no idea what's going on with that.
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Doctor Who Matt Smith and Amy Pond Alarm Clock
$22.99
Doctor Who Matt Smith and Amy Pond Alarm Clock
Wake up to the Eleventh Doctor and his assistant Amy Pond! Alarm clock based on the Doctor Who sci-fi TV series. Never lose track of time again! This Doctor Who alarm clock lets you wake up to handsome Eleventh Doctor Matt Smith and his appealing and able assistant Amy Pond. It also makes a great gift. With this silver timepiece that features an action-packed image of The Doctor and Karen Gillan, aka Ms. Pond, you'll never lose track of time again!
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Van Gogh TARDIS Shirt T-Shirt - Navy, XXL
$19.99
Van Gogh TARDIS Shirt T-Shirt - Navy, XXL
van Gogh: Hold my hand, Doctor. Try to see what I see. We're so lucky we're still alive to see this beautiful world. Look at the sky. It's not dark and black and without character. The black is in fact deep blue. And over there! Lighter blue. And blowing through the blueness and the blackness, the winds swirling through the air. And there shining, burning, bursting through, the stars! Can you see how they roll their light? Everywhere we look, the complex magic of nature blazes before our eyes...
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Doctor Who TARDIS 4 Port USB Hub
$29.99 $19.99
Doctor Who TARDIS 4 Port USB Hub
I seek audience with the ThinkGeek Consciousness under peaceful contract, according to Convention Fifteen of the Shadow Proclamation. This is the vehicle of the Time Lord. TARDIS, or Time And Relative Dimension In Space has its chameleon circuit broken, so it's stuck looking like an old British Police box from Earth year zero-point-five-slash-apple-slash-five-zero, or 1950 by local reckoning. That, and it's become a 4 port USB hub a mere 11 centimeters tall...
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Doctor Who 11th Doctor's Diecast Sonic Screwdriver... Screwdriver
$34.99 $29.99
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...
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Doctor Who Talking Plush Backpack Charms
$10.99
Doctor Who Talking Plush Backpack Charms
"Looking for a little extra help with homework? Why not clip one of these new friends to your backpack? Daleks are sworn to EXTERMINATE homework on sight, but there may be some collateral damage. (Oops!) The TARDIS is handy if you need an extra week to write that pesky paper. And of course, there's always the Cybermen. They can ""upgrade"" your teacher and send them off to a distant planet. Which will be best for your situation? Only you can decide! Each of these tiny plush backpack charms is about 4 inches tall and comes with a clip suitable for hanging it from your backpack, laptop bag, or purse. Give 'em a squeeze to hear their sound effects, pulled straight from the Doctor Who audio archives. Our personal favorite? The tiny TARDIS with its tiny Vworp! Vworp! Vworp! and tiny light. Product Specifications Tiny plush backpack charms from Doctor Who Each charm is about 4"" tall with clip to hang from your bag Give 'em a squeeze to hear their sound clips Choose: Red or Blue Dalek: Says ""Exterminate! Exterminate!"" and ""You would make a good Daaaaalek!"" Cyberman: Says ""Upgrading is compulsory"" and ""You will become like us or you will be deleted."" TARDIS: Says ""Vworp! Vworp! Vworp!"" and lights up"
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Doctor Who Sticky Notes
$5.99
Doctor Who Sticky Notes
And that's why you should buy a bunch of these Doctor Who Sticky Notes. Six different sticky note pads with over 300 sticky notes altogether! Also on different planets. We know you'll think of loads of uses for all these - perhaps leaving a special note for a little girl in a museum? Read on to learn more about what you get inside each pack of Doctor Who Sticky Notes. But promise us - no spoilers! One little book opens to reveal a bunch of fun Doctor Who Sticky Notes...
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Doctor Who Keep Calm I'm The Doctor Mug
$9.99
Doctor Who Keep Calm I'm The Doctor Mug
There is a crack in our wall with eerie lights and sounds coming through it. We swear that there's something behind us, but we turn around and it's gone. We're holding a Sharpie and there are hash marks on our arms, but we don't remember writing on ourselves. And worst of all, we're pretty sure that the weeping angels in our backyard have moved recently. Then this guy shows up with a bow tie and a fez and is all "Keep Calm, I'm The Doctor!" Ummmm.....
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