sprinkled with a little
Doctor Who themed bedroom
and transport yourself into another world
The Doctor is a Time Lord that uses his Tardis to travel into different times. The Doctor can live forever because he gets reincarnated into a different body instead of dying. The Doctor uses his time travelling skills to fight off evil and protect his friends. This time-bending hit series is loved by many!
Turn your bedroom door or bedroom wall into the Tardis door- the easy way!
Can't paint - Can't draw - no problem ...... lifesize standups work well on their own or attached to the wall - for an instant wall mural.
Doctor Who - Tenth Doctor lifesize standup
Doctor Who - Tenth Doctor lifesize standup
This life-size cardboard standup of a Weeping Angel from Dr. Who stands at a size of 70" x 44".
The Weeping Angels are creatures from the popular British BBC television show, Doctor Who. They feed on time energy by locking their victims back in time.
They look like normal statues when you are watching, but when you're not looking they move very quickly and can attack you.
This standup is a great addition to your Doctor Who collection, but make sure you don't blink.
The thrill and excitement in the television show Doctor Who wouldn't be the same without the evil robot, Cyberman.
This cardboard cutout would be perfect for a party, Doctor Who marathon, or just for a cool collection.
Any Whovian will love this standup!
Handmade Cabinet from solid reclaimed pine wood, handpainted in blue finish with glass panels.
When the Doctor first touched the TARDIS, he said the ship was the most beautiful thing he'd ever known. And then he stole it, choosing to crash through the cosmos, saving many people & planets & being taken where he needed to go by his magnificent tardis time machine.
This 3D cardboard cutout of the Tardis from Doctor who stands at 55" square x 180" tall.
This is a unique 3D cardboard standup of the Tardis from the popular British science fiction BBC television program, Doctor Who.
The Tardis looks like a blue phone booth, but is in fact a a time travelling device that the Doctor, a Time Lord, uses to travel in time.
Doctor Who is a very popular and important television show in Britain and also in the United States.
This cutout of the Tardis is no ordinary cutout because it is three-dimensional. If you want someting unique and different, then this cardbout standup is the perfect fit for you!
How to Set Up Your Standup: 1. Unfold standup and easel. Lay standup face down on a clean, flat surface. 2. Fold easel up along the long vertical crease that runs the length of the standup. 3. Lift upper and lower tab to lock easel in place. 4. Attach upper tab to top of easel.
Fall asleep in another dimension with our collection of Doctor Who cushions. This 20" velveteen TARDIS shaped cushion is embroidered and features a lantern that lights up and makes sound when the keyhole is pressed.
Slumber through time and space
Transport yourself to a world of sleep while rocking some appreciation for the cult phenomenom,
Dr Who with this awesome duvet cover set! This duvet cover/pillow case set is an exact replica of the Tardis ... just what the Dr ordered, a real must have for Dr Who fans!
Another fun decorating option - bring a little British - London chic to the
Doctor Who themed room
Doctor Who Wallpaper Mural - The Enemies
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- One alarm clock all Whovians should own!
- Projects the time and the Doctor Who logo onto your ceiling.
- The light flashes and it makes TARDIS sounds!
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- TARDIS tent! Oh my!
- Pretend to be the Doctor and experience the magic of the TARDIS!
- Amazing expandable tent from Doctor Who stands over 5-feet tall.
- It's a dream come true for collectors of Doctor Who.
- What a fantastic addition to a kid's bedroom!
With embroidered details, these K9 units feature a collar and a blank felt tag. Although the ears have something in them that makes them stand up, they're not quite poseable, but we suggest you make the noise and turn them while you pretend. That's what we did. Plus, with a no-slip bottom, these K9 units will keep you on your toes.
- This TARDIS will keep your food cold or hot
- Extra large capacity holds up to 18 cans of soda
- Perfect for tailgating through time and space
Cuddle an adorable alien!
Features Adipose sound effects
A great collectors item for Doctor Who fans!
Doctor Who Dalek Talking Plush Color: Red
Exterminate! This talking red Dalek needs to be hugged! Showcasing the very best from the Doctor Who rogues' gallery.
It doesn't want your destruction... just your admiration! The Daleks have been hated and feared throughout time and space, so maybe it's time someone gave them a hug.
After all, it just might be worth it to get one on your side!
Doctor Who: Who-ology - Covers the entire series from 1963 to 2012. Companions, the Doctor's incarnations, places he's been, plot points, enemy 101, also the Tardis breakdown. If you are a Whovian for life or a Whovian who wants to know more ......
Doctor Who: The Vault: Treasures from the First 50 Years - The full and official story of Doctor Who, from the show's first pre-production memos in 1963 to behind-the-scenes material from the latest season, including interviews with key cast and crew members as well as scores of prop photos, design sketches, and other collectible memorabilia. The Vault is a collector's dream - the ultimate celebration of all that is Doctor Who.
Doctor Who: Character Encyclopedia - A cult favorite around the world, Doctor Who is the longest-running science fiction television show of all time. Perfect for fans of the popular BBC show, the Doctor Who Character Encyclopedia has been created in full collaboration with the producers of Doctor Who, and shares detailed profiles of all eleven incarnations of the Doctor, as well as in-depth looks at his many companions, enemies, and adventures through the years.
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Doctor Who: The Visual Dictionary - Now updated with all the latest information on all your Doctor Who favorites! The book goes beyond the story lines to examine the characters, aliens, weapons and curiosities that are all in a day's work for the Doctor. Entries are illustrated with annotated photography and specially commissioned cross-section artworks.
Dress with an allover blue Dalek design. Wear it to a costume party, or as a daily sign of your love for all things Doctor Who.
How do we let the Doctor know we're ready to be his next companion? We're drinking out of our TARDIS mug, brewing tea in our TARDIS teapot, wearing our TARDIS t-shirt and TARDIS hat, and wrapped up in the TARDIS Throw. Surely the Doctor will notice that we are the most dedicated Whovians ever and come pick us up for some wild adventures, right? Right?
Dr Who pillows
Doctor Who TARDIS Throw Blanket
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Don't let the airlock hit you on the way out
When we were teens, our doors featured awesome posters plastered with signs that read things like, "Keep Out." "No, seriously. I mean it." "This means you, twerp." What we could have had instead was a door that looks like it came straight out of an FPS. Maybe that would have intimidated our intruders. Or, more likely, just sucked them in that much faster.
Also, any of these would make the guest bathroom that much more awesome. We're just sayin'....
Airlock - Airlock "5", interesting hand holds and release mechanisms scattered across, with assorted warning stickers, including two which remind you to "Check Suit Seals"
Armory - More weapons than anybody should need, with keypad access
Laboratory - A big Do Not Enter sign up top, stencil reads "U.S. Government Biological Testing Facility Genetic Engineering and Advanced Weapons Testing Authorized Entry Top Secret Clearance Only", keypad entry, with assorted caution and hazard sticker
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Doctor Who is a British science fiction television programme produced by the BBC. The programme depicts the adventures of a Time Lord, a time-travelling, humanoid alien known as the Doctor who explores the universe in a sentient time machine called the TARDIS that flies through time and space, whose exterior appears as a blue police box from 1963 London, when the series first aired. Along with a succession of companions, he faces a variety of foes while working to save civilizations, help people, and right wrongs.
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