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On December 28th 1974 the Fourth Doctor, brilliantly and memorably portrayed by Tom Baker, made his debut. Along with a delightfully odd sense of humor, a manic smile and, of course, his trademark scarf. A scarf that so captured the imagination of scifi fans around the world that it’s one of a handful of clothing items with its own fanbase dedicated to recreating the thing as accurately as possible.

During the early ’80s, the BBC regularly received letters from the public asking how they could get their own Whovian neckwear, and the then-new BBC Enterprises (the commercial arm of the company, now known as BBC Worldwide) responded in quite possibly the most BBC way possible – by providing instructions for knitting your own. A standard memo was prepared to respond to such queries. That memo was shared online by 93Fangshadow, and you can see it below. [click to continue…]


Steampunk Doctor Who Sonic Screwdriver cosplay. That’s a really cool idea. Imagine a group cosplay featuring every different design. YES!

It’s the work of cosplayers Ishere Lartnec (Eleven’s Sonic) and Xatram Cosplay (Ten’s Sonic), and they went an extra step of making it Steampunk. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]

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Dresses don’t get more Doctor-y than this gem from Etsy seller CakeShopCouture. It appears to include all of the Doctor’s regenerations on a single, handmade, cotton garment. Take a closer look below. [click to continue…]

tardis kimono

We’ve seen the exploding TARDIS design from the Doctor Who episode The Pandorica Opens incorporated into everything from dresses to shoes, but this kimono variation may be my favorite. It’s also available in plus sizes!

Doctor Who Exploding TARDIS Kimono ($29-$39)


A team of researchers with the University of Bristol created a gauntlet that uses acoustic levitation to manipulate small objects. They’ve dubbed it the “Gauntlet of Levitation” or GauntLev for short. Catchy, right?

The GauntLev is part of a broader effort to create acoustic levitation devices that could, one day, help people work safely with hazardous materials. This effort includes another version that they have compared to the Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver. Read more after the break…

doctor who trapeze

Aerialist Kat Kingsley took Doctor Who cosplay to completely unexpected places with this static trapeze act. Watch it below and prepare to be mesmerized for roughly four minutes.

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Kids come up with the darnedest crossovers.

Jeremy Marbler constructed this awesome cosplay costume for his six-year old daughter when she wanted to celebrate her favorite fandoms at once. Combining My Little Pony with Doctor Who, this awesome Rainbow Dash Dalek is adorable in a terrifying way. He notes:

My six year old daughter wanted another Doctor Who themed costume after her recent K9 cosplay and she picked a Dalek.  As I was sketching the design, she was playing and yelled out “a My Little Pony Dalek!”

After shaking my head, I asked “A Rainbow Dash Dalek?”

“Yes!” she giggled…  And then looked at me seriously and said “It’s gotta have wings.”

“Wings…  So it’s twenty percent cooler?”


Check out more pics below.

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tennant twelve

Attendees at Wizard World in NYC this past weekend were treated to not one but two Doctors—David Tennant and Matt Smith. Well, three if you count David Tennant doing a quick Capaldi cosplay during a session of photos with fans.

However, there was a lot more where that came from. Check out more adorable pics and a video of a revealing Q&A session with Tennant and Smith below.

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Early last year we featured Etsy seller Cloud9Tungsten’s amazing Doctor Who themed ring sets, which are perfect for the Time Lord, Lady or variation thereupon you want to spend the rest of your life with.

Now Cloud9 Tungsten has released new versions of their wonderful rings. Marked with circular Gallifreyan on the outside, each design comes with free laser engraving on the inside of the ring, and is made from Tungsten. They’re remarkably affordable too, with 3-piece sets running $150-$175. Needless to say, it’s nice to see something so unique for a wedding that isn’t going to break the bank.

Check out additional designs after the break…