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50th Anniversary DVD Box Set

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Category: Doctor Who New Series DVD and Blu ray

For the ultimate Doctor Who fan, a special collection of highlights from the groundbreaking 50th anniversary of Doctor Who.

The limited edition collector’s set includes the 50th anniversary special; The Day of the Doctor, Matt Smith’s Farewell; The Time of the Doctor, the Series 7 finale; The Name of the Doctor, and the Eighth Doctor’s (Paul McGann) surprise regeneration into John Hurt’s War Doctor; The Night of the Doctor.

The collection also includes an exclusive cut of the read-through of The Day of the Doctor featuring Matt Smith and David Tennant, deleted scenes, new-to-DVD cinema trails and Mark Gatiss’ award winning drama about the genesis of Doctor Who; An Adventure in Space and Time. The hilarious Five-ish Doctors – starring Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy and a host of special guests - will also be included on a DVD and Blu-ray box for the first time.


The Name of the Doctor

The Night of the Doctor

The Day of the Doctor

The Time of the Doctor

An Adventure in Space & Time

The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot

Doctor Who: The Ultimate Guide

The Science of Doctor Who

Doctor Who Proms 2013

The Last Day

The Day of the Doctor Readthrough

The Day of the Doctor Cinema Intros

Deleted Scenes

Behind-the-Scenes action

BBC America Documentary: Tales from the TARDIS

BBC America Documentary: Farewell to Matt Smith


Limited to only 4000 copies


Classic Figure Set: The Three Doctors

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Category: Classic Series Doctor Who Action Figures

A gel-like plasma creature arrives on Earth and hunts down the third Doctor, who calls on the Time Lords for help. The Time Lords themselves are in crisis as their energy is being drawn off into a black hole. They send the Doctor’s earlier selves to join him.


The first Doctor, caught in a time eddy and able only to advise, deduces that the creature is a time bridge. The third Doctor and Jo then give themselves up to it and are transported to a world of antimatter beyond the black hole.


On Earth, the second Doctor is forced to take refuge in the TARDIS along with the Brigadier and Sergeant Benton. On the advice of the first Doctor he switches off the ship’s force field, and the whole UNIT building is transported through the black hole.


Behind these events is Omega, a figure from Time Lord history whose solar engineering provided the power for time travel. He has been trapped in the black hole ever since and now wants the Doctor to swap places with him, but it transpires that the corrosive properties of his domain have already destroyed his physical form, leaving only his will.



The Brigadier In Peaked Cap with Pistol

Jo Grant (with alternate arms and removable gilet).

Gel Guard


USA Import. 5" scale


Classic Figure Set: Keeper of Traken

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Category: Classic Series Doctor Who Action Figures

The Fourth Doctor and Adric learn from the wizened Keeper of Traken that a great evil has come to his planet in the form of a Melkur - a calcified statue. The Keeper is nearing the end of his reign and seeks the Doctor’s help in preventing the evil from taking control of the bioelectronic Source that is the keystone of the Traken Union’s civilisation.


The Melkur, via various deceptions, becomes the next Keeper. It is then, however, revealed to be the Master’s TARDIS. Its owner, still blackened and emaciated, hopes to use the Source’s power to regenerate himself. The Doctor manages to expel him and install a new Keeper in his place, but in a last minute ploy the Master traps one of the Traken Consuls, Tremas, and merges with his body before fleeing the planet.



1 x The Fourth Doctor in Waistcoat action figure.

1 x The Master Decayed action figure.

1 x The Melkur Statue action figure.

1 x Master’s TARDIS as a Grandfather Clock

1 x Source Manipulator Sphere accessory.


USA Import


Classic Figure Set: Castrovalva

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Category: Classic Series Doctor Who Action Figures

The newly regenerated Fifth Doctor escapes with his companions back to the TARDIS. Suffering from post-regeneration trauma, he only narrowly manages to save the ship from destruction as it plunges back to Event One, the hydrogen in-rush that preceded the creation of the universe.


He then seeks sanctuary in the peaceful domain of Castrovalva, only to discover that it is an illusory, dimensionally paradoxical trap set for him by the Master with the unwilling aid of a kidnapped Adric. The Doctor eventually wins the day by enlisting the help of the Castrovalvan people who, although also part of the Master's creation, are nevertheless able to exercise free will.


The Master’s TARDIS

Whilst on the planet Traken the Fourth Doctor discovers that the Master, his long time nemesis, is trying to take control of a complex Traken bio-electronic power known as ‘The Source’. The Source would allow the Master unparalleled power, and the ability to regenerate his dying body. When the Master’s TARDIS is destroyed by the power feedback of The Source it is revealed he has another and thus he escapes to encounter the Doctor again. Their next encounter finds the Master’s TARDIS, with its fully functional Chameleon Circuit, disguised first as a Police Box and latterly on the planet Logopolis, as a sandstone Doric column. The Master’s TARDIS stayed in this favoured form during several encounters with the Fifth Doctor, before changing once again.



1 x Post-regeneration Fifth Doctor action figure.

1 x Shrunken figure accessory.

1 x Master’s TARDIS as a Stone Column


USA Import. 5" scale


Classic Figure Set: The Claws of Axos

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Category: Classic Series Doctor Who Action Figures

In this Third Doctor adventure an approaching alien spaceship lands in England and the UNIT team meet its occupants: Beautiful golden-skinned humanoids called Axons. The Axons claim that their ship, Axos, is damaged and that they need time in which to repair it. In return, they offer Axonite, a substance that can cause animals to grow to enormous sizes and thus end Earth’s food shortages. The Doctor is suspicious, and rightly so: Axos, Axonite and the Axons - whose true form is that of hideous tentacle monsters - are all part of a single parasitic entity brought to Earth by the Master to feed on the planet's energy.


The Doctor links his and the Master’s TARDIS's together to make one giant time machine in order to help Axos - but on condition that they assist him in taking revenge on the Time Lords for exiling him to Earth. But, this is merely a trick, and Axos is locked in a time loop from which it can never escape.



1 x Brigadier action figure in jersey with U.N.I.T. beret and pistol.

1 x Jo Grant action figure.

1 x Axon in Humanoid form action figure.


USA Import. 5" scale


Classic Figure Set: The Daemons

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Category: Classic Series Doctor Who Action Figures

In the peaceful village of Devil’s End something very strange is happening. A professor is preparing to open a nearby burial mound and a local white has foresees death and disaster. Meanwhile, the new vicar looks suspiciously like the Master and he is using black magic to conjure up an ancient Daemon.


This action figure set includes Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart, the Master and Bok


USA Import. 5" scale


Classic Figure Set: The Time Warrior

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Category: Classic Series Doctor Who Action Figures

Journalist Sarah Jane Smith covertly gains access to a research centre where top scientists are being held in protective custody whilst UNIT investigates the disappearance of a number of their colleagues. The missing scientists have been kidnapped by a Sontaran, Linx, and taken back to medieval England, where they are working under hypnosis to repair his crashed spaceship.


The Third Doctor follows in the TARDIS, and Sarah Jane stows away. In return for shelter, Linx has provided a robber baron called Irongron with anachronistically advanced weapons to use in attacks on neighbouring castles.


The Doctor helps Sir Edward of Wessex to repel one such attack, then he and Sarah Jane conspire to drug the food in Irongron's kitchens so that the weapons can be removed while the men are unconscious. Aided by one of the kidnapped scientists, Rubeish, he then sends the others back to the 20th Century using Linx's primitive time travel equipment.


Linx shoots Irongron down and gets ready to leave in his repaired ship. Hal, one of Sir Edward's archers, fires an arrow into the vulnerable probic vent at the back of his neck, killing him. The Doctor, Sarah Jane and Hal escape just before the ship explodes, destroying the castle.


In this exclusive set we present the Classic Sontaran: Commander Linx and his iconic Sontaran space ship along with the Third Doctor in Green Jacket and Sonic Screwdriver.


Contents :

1 x Third Doctor in Green Jacket action figure

1 x Sontaran Commander Linx action figure with helmet and gun

1 x Sontaran Ship


USA Import. 5" scale


Doctor Who Magazine 477

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Category: Doctor Who Magazine

This edition of Doctor Who Magazine catches up on set with Peter Capaldi for what is billed as his most extensive and revealing interview to date.


In issue 477 the publication asked him how he had gone about making the part his own:


"Well," says Peter, "you begin with yourself. You begin with those elements of yourself that you feel would be at home in the role. There's an old actors' adage that you don't become the role, the role becomes you. It's trying to find those parts of you that will fit with the Doctor, and understand those bits that don't come so naturally to you, that you have to fabricate. I kept looking for people in my life who I thought had elements of the Doctor about them, and were inspirational in some ways. I composed a list of those . . . "


"Also, it's recognising what's been written," Peter continues. "My Doctor is written slightly differently from some of the other Doctors, and the Doctor changes quite dramatically from episode to episode. Some demand more of your comedy chops, graver or more serious episodes demand a more sombre creature. All these variations have to live in the same body, in the same face. Putting all that together is tricky . . ."

The new DWM, which is a bumper 100 pages this edition, includes a giant double-sided poster featuring Capaldi on one side and a Dalek on the other (pictured below) plus:


Read extensive previews of the first four episodes of the new series – Deep Breath, Into The Dalek, Robot of Sherwood and Listen – as DWM talks exclusively to writers Steven Moffat, Phil Ford and Mark Gatiss

Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat answers readers' questions and reveals more behind-the-scenes secrets in his exclusive column

DWM reunites former Doctor-and-companion team Tom Baker and Louise Jameson with their producer, Philip Hinchcliffe, to chat about the new Doctor Who adventures that they're working on and to reminisce about the 1970s adventures

Louise Jameson writes a very special letter to herself, exclusively for DWM

A new comic strip – The Eye of Torment – begins, written by Scott Gray and illustrated by Martin Geraghty

DWM examines the unique scrapbooks of Peter Hawkins, the man who was one of the first voices of the Daleks in the 1960s

The Fact of Fiction takes a detailed look at the 1964 First Doctor adventure The Reign of Terror

Legendary writer Terrance Dicks talks about his later work on Doctor Who – and what he thinks of the series today

The Time Team face an unknown horror as they watch the 2008 Tenth Doctor adventure Midnight

Jacqueline Rayner writes about the perils of watching Doctor Who on a dodgy TV in Relative Dimensions

The Watcher extols the virtues of not giving in to temptation in Wotcha!

Reviews and previews of the latest CDs and books

Official news, the DWM crossword, prize-winning competitions and more


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