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5 October 2015

BBC DVD have sent DWO the DVD cover and details for the upcoming 2nd Doctor release of 'The Underwater Menace'.

The Underwater Menace is the fifth serial of the fourth season, which was first broadcast in four weekly parts from 14 January 1967 to 4 February 1967. The story introduces Jamie McCrimmon's (Frazer Hines) on his first journey with the Doctor as a travelling companion. This special release will contain the two re-mastered existing episodes, with the two missing episodes represented with restored audio and surviving stills, as well as over an hour of extras.

Special Features:

·  Commentary - For episode 1, Interview with actor Michael Troughton Part 2 (from Ice Warriors). For episodes 2 and 3, a commentary with actors Anneke Wills, Frazer Hines and Catherine Howe, special sounds supervisor Brian Hodgson and floor assistant Quentin Mann. For episode 4, archive material featuring Patrick Troughton, directors Julia Smith and Hugh David, and producer Innes Lloyd. Moderated and linked by Toby Hadoke.

·  A Fishy Tale (Feature, dur. 28’ 30”) – cast and crew look back on the making of the story. With actors Anneke Wills, Frazer Hines and Catherine Howe, AFM Gareth Gwelan, production assistant Berry Butler and new series writer Robert Shearman. Narrated by Peter Davison.

·  The Television Centre of the Universe – Part Two (dur. 32’ 10” ) – Yvette Fielding continues her tour of BBC Television Centre in the company of actors Peter Davison, Janet Fielding and Mark Strickson, with contributions from former colleagues along the way. With senior camera supervisor Alec Wheal, AFM Sue Hedden, former BBC producer and writer Richard Marson, exhibitions assistant Bob Richardson, production assistant Jane Ashford and videotape engineer Simon Anthony.

+  The Underwater Menace is released on 26th October, priced £20.42.
+  PREORDER The Underwater Menace DVD from BBC Shop for just £13.99!
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[Sources: BBC Shop]

5 October 2015
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In December 2015, the Time War will rage and only one man can save us. John Hurt is The War Doctor!

John Hurt, the world-renowned star of film and television, is returning to the role of The War Doctor, in twelve full-cast Doctor Who audio plays by Big Finish.

The War Doctor was introduced for Doctor Who’s Fiftieth Anniversary, and played a key part in the record-breaking television special The Day of the Doctor, alongside David Tennant and Matt Smith’s Doctors. He is the secret incarnation of the Time Lord — but he has shunned the title ‘Doctor’ in order to fight in the Time War against the Daleks.

Big Finish executive producer Jason Haigh-Ellery says:

“I have been a huge fan of John since first seeing him in the repeats of I, Claudius in the 1980s and in his Oscar-nominated role as the eponymous The Elephant Man. Watching his performance in The Day of the Doctor I did find myself fantasising that some far off day we might have the chance to work with him on the audio adventures of Doctor Who and now two short years later it’s happened! John wove a fantastic character together from a great script by Steven Moffat. Now we have the chance to get to know that character more and hear John stretch in the role. We’re all in for a hell of a ride as the War Doctor engages in battle. But who are the greater threat - the Daleks or the Time Lords?”

The audio adventures of The War Doctor will be told over four box sets, each containing three linked hour-long episodes. The first box set is entitled Only The Monstrous, and is written and directed by Nicholas Briggs, whose many successes for Big Finish include the BBC Audio Award-winning masterpiece Doctor Who: Dark Eyes.

Nicholas Briggs says:

“The story of the Doctor who refuses to call himself the Doctor in order to do the unthinkable upon the ultimate battlefield — all of space and time — was irresistible to me. Such a deeply disturbing and engaging character created by the formidable talents of writer Steven Moffat and actor John Hurt. It’s such a privilege to be working on this.”

The cast of The War Doctor also includes Jacqueline Pearce, who plays Time Lord Cardinal Ollistra — an arch manipulator who is waging the Time War against the Daleks. Jacqueline’s work includes The Avengers, Callan, Doctor Who: Death Comes to Time, Moondial and Russell T Davies’ Dark Season, and she is known to many science fiction fans for her role as Servalan in the cult classic Blake’s 7.

Only The Monstrous will be released in December 2015, and will be followed in February 2016 by the second volume, Infernal Devices, which is written by John Dorney, Phil Mulryne and Matt Fitton. Volumes Three and Four are currently in pre-production.

Big Finish Producer, David Richardson says:

“What an utter privilege it is to work with such an iconic actor, playing such a brilliantly devised role. This is Doctor Who at its darkest — the era in which our hero casts aside his core values in order to try and save the galaxy in its most terrible hour. We promise bold and brilliant story-telling with gripping character drama, and epic and cinematic audio productions.”

In addition to The War Doctor, November 2017 also sees a prequel box set to the saga, Doctor Who: The Eighth Doctor — The Time War, which will follow the early stages of the Time War from the Eighth Doctor’s perspective. Paul McGann stars, alongside characters first introduced in the War Doctor box sets.

[Source: Big Finish]

24 September 2015

Character Options has today unveiled details of a brand new Limited Edition Doctor Who 5.5” scale action figure. Images of the Missy figure, first in a new range of scale Doctor Who Collector Series toys, were revealed by Alasdair Dewar, Product Development Director, today via video on the Character Options’ website.

Missy, played by Michelle Gomez, is a villainous Time Lady who recently revealed herself as the Doctor’s arch enemy, the Master! Missy has been firmly established as a new fan favourite character, and as a collector’s figure, she is truly a must have.

The Missy figure will be available in two variants; a purple outfitted version with hat from the series finale episodes; and alternatively in her ‘Heaven’ outfit, hatless with black jacket and manic grin. The Missy figures each have 18 points of articulation and are highly detailed and decorated. Each figure head can also be swapped so that both heads can be incorporated with either outfit, and they both come with accessories. The bespoke UK Collector Series packs are perfect for display and for the first time are re-sealable, so that the figures can be enjoyed in or out of packaging without losing their collectability.

Only 4,000 units of each of the two figures are available in exclusive UK packaging at www.character-online.co.uk for the price of £19.99 each (excluding P&P). Delivery will be made to customers by early November.

Al Dewar states:

“Character Options has been designing, manufacturing and marketing Doctor Who toys since 2005, so as true fans of the brand we wanted to tell collectors the latest news in the most direct, if informal way, which is why I made the announcement in person not he website. Missy is the first of a potential new line of highly sought after 5.5-inch action figures so we expect interest to be high and we are all very excited to share this with fans and collectors alike.

Working with Michelle Gomez was great fun and she was the best subject we ever 3D scanned, patiently holding her facial expressions including her trademark Missy “sneer” for long periods of time. We know that many collectors have been eagerly waiting to see if Missy would at some point be included within our figure range, and at last, here she is.”

+  PREORDER the Missy in Purple outfit figure from Character Options, here
+  PREORDER the Missy in Black outfit figure from Character Optionshere!  

[Source: Character Options]

1 September 2015

BBC Shop has added the 2nd Doctor adventure 'The Underwater Menace', back onto its DVD listings, finally giving confirmation to the fact that the much-anticipated title, will actually be released.

It is likely that the cover (pictured right), which appeared in a recent issue of Doctor Who Magazine*, will still be used.

The DVD will be released on 26th October 2015 and we hope to have full details shortly. 

+  PREORDER 'The Underwater Menace' DVD from BBC Shop for just £13.99!
+  Discuss all the Doctor Who DVD releases in the DWO Forums.

[Sources: BBC Shop]

* Image from Issue 488 of Doctor Who Magazine 

4 August 2015

Our friend Martin Johnson over at EverybodyElse Productions has been in touch with details on his new Kickstarter campaign for an exciting new SciFi audio drama.

H. G. Wells’ famous novel The War of the Worlds has been adapted many times in various forms. However, none of these adaptations have been truly faithful to the original story.

Everybodyelse Productions has launched an exciting new Kickstarter campaign, running from 1st August 2015 - 5th September 2015, with the hope of bringing the original novel to life as a cinematic audio drama that promises to be faithful to the source material. Keeping the Victorian setting of southern England, this adaptation will retain the dark, scary and often horrific elements of the story that sets it apart from all previous adaptations.

The 2-hour full-cast audio drama production of H. G. Wells’ The Coming of the Martians, to be directed by Big Finish stalwart Lisa Bowerman and adapted on audio by Nick Scovell, will be produced in 5.1 surround sound with Dolby Pro Logic II surround sound encoded stereo for the CD and digital releases.

Martin Johnson, Producer of The Coming of the Martians comments:

“It has been a life-long dream of both myself and Nick to bring the original alien invasion story to life in a way it has never been done before. There is a huge audience out there just waiting to hear the spine-chilling Fighting Machines stride over them in a realistic, atmospheric soundscape and experience Victorian artillerymen battle these giant metal tripods on the river like never before. We aim to create this unique surround sound production utilising best the audio format has to offer. No silly voices, no cartoon style zaps and certainly no singing.”

Script Writer Nick Scovell adds:

“No updating, no switching continents, no re-imagining - this will be the real deal! H. G. Wells’ terrifying vision of the collapse of civilization is coming to life as he envisaged it.

Director Lisa Bowerman says:

“When it comes to the story of The War of the Worlds there’s quite a legacy of previous adaptations, most famously the Orson Wells radio adaptation back in the 1930’s. What makes this particular adaptation different is that we’re going back to the original source material, bringing in the terrifying darker elements that the novel is famous for.”            

If successfully funded, the production will be released to backers in January 2017, when EU copyright on the novel expires, and to the general public shortly after.

+  Help Fund this project at Kickstarter!

[Source: EverybodyElse Productions]

11 July 2015

Further to Thursday's press release and trailer, LEGO Dimensions and Warner Bros. have sent DWO an exclusive Doctor Who image.

The image, which you can view int he right-hand column, features The Doctor, Clara and The Cybermen.

Watch the official trailer for Doctor Who LEGO Dimensions in the player, below:

[Sources: LEGO Dimensions; Warner Bros.]


10 July 2015
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Hot on the heels of their 'Gemini' clock, our friends over at Bad Dog Designs have created a Doctor Who inspired Steampunk Nixie Clock.

Below are the product details from the Bad Dog Designs website, and you can view the clock in the image panel to the right:

The Gallifrey Time Lord Clock, made to look like it came out of The Doctor's TARDIS. A lot of time and effort went into the production of this specially made clock

The Brass top plate has Gallifray script engraved on the top which spells out the Dr's Name when viewed from above. The central blue light fades out once every 5 seconds, just like the one on top of the Tardis.

There will be a limited run of 10 of these clocks, they will all be slightly different but feature the same top plate and all signed as limited edition. 2 already sold, leaving 8 remaining. Various options can be added sonic screwdriver stands, sound chips, glowing coils. Pricing starts from £395 for the base model.

Each made to order, drop Paul a line - paul@bad-dog-designs.co.uk if you want to reserve one!

Check out the clock in action in the video player, below:

+  Check out Bad Dog Designs range of clocks at: http://www.bad-dog-designs.co.uk

[Source: Bad Dog Designs]

10 July 2015
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Our friends over at The Gift Shop have just taken delivery for the next wave of the exciting new range of Doctor Who statues by Robert Harrop.

The figures are each made as a limited edition, high quality, hand-painted figure. Each figure is individually numbered and presented in branded packaging, and the best part of all with these BBC licensed products, is that they are all designed in the UK.

All statues are available to order now at The Gift Shop website, with preorders up for the forthcoming wave.

All items get FREE UK delivery with worldwide delivery options also available!

+  Check out The Gift Shop website at: www.thetraditionalgiftshop.com

[Source: The Gift Shop]

9 July 2015

Imagine an incredible world where The Doctor teams up with Batman, Gandalf and Wyldstyle to defeat his evil foes; where The Doctor can dance down a yellow brick road or travel in The Mystery Machine with Scooby Doo. LEGO Dimensions is the new Toys-To-Life game from Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment and features the biggest brand mash ups the gaming world has ever seen – now including Doctor Who.

This all-new entertainment experience which merges physical LEGO brick building with digital gameplay and launches in the UK on 29th September.  

Peter Capaldi comments:

“It’s fitting that Doctor Who now sits alongside some of the most iconic film and TV shows ever made. So go forth and help The Doctor make new friends on his quest to vanquish Lord Vortech!” 

Batman, Gandalf and Wyldstyle will team up with Doctor Who, The Simpsons, Ghostbusters, Jurassic World, Back to the Future and many more fan favourites in a mission to thwart Lord Vortech’s evil plan to collide all dimensions into one. 

Using an interactive LEGO Toy Pad which will plug into games consoles, gamers can place up to seven physical toys into the game through the toy pad. This allows gamers to embark on an adventure which merges the worlds of their favourite TV and film franchises.

The LEGO Dimensions Starter Pack includes three Doctor Who levels, where you can battle the Daleks and Cybermen, complete with a cameo from the Twelfth Doctor. From November you will be able to purchase an additional Doctor Who pack enabling gamers to play as the Doctor. The pack will also introduce new buildable characters, including the TARDIS and K-9, unlocking compelling game content with mission-based levels and unique in-game abilities. The Doctor Who level pack will provide players the opportunity to use everything interchangeably, anywhere throughout the game.

LEGO Dimensions will be available for Xbox One, the all-in one games and entertainment system from Microsoft and the Xbox 360 games and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation4 and PlayStation3 computer entertainment systems and the Wii U system from Nintendo.

[Source: BBC Worldwide]


3 July 2015
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Brought into our lives to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the eccentric yet compassionate time lord and most loved television series, the collection of vibrant and extra-terrestrial Doctor Who homeware and gifts at HintonsHome.com is the perfect gift for any die-hard Doctor Who fan.  

Happily, the guys at HintonsHome.com, stock a range of Doctor Who gift ideas and are proud to be an official stockist of the very first Doctor Who range from the BBC that was created with a design partner. Unlike the other internet retailers, Hintons isn’t one of the big multiples but an independent family business selling to their loyal customers in Dorset and now across the world with their rather jazzy website.  What’s special about Hintons, is that they totally understand service and value are vitally important when it comes to the more exciting and stylish ranges, like the Doctor Who collection.

They really love the products and care about their customers too. The stylish graphic Doctor Who print designs are used on a range of homeware and kitchen items from Dalek teapots, Cyberman mugs, exterminate oven gloves, police box notepads and even some rather awesome duvet sets and cushions. So you can literally tuck yourself into the Tardis at night, who knows where you could time travel to in your dreams! 

This colourful selection of Doctor Who merchandise, all officially licensed by the BBC, makes ideal birthday or Christmas gifts for all ages but in particularly Doctor Who fanatics. 

So, allons-y and discover the pick of stylish Doctor Who gifts at Hintons.

+  Order online at HintonsHome.com for delivery to any address in the galaxy!

[Source: Hintons Home]

29 June 2015

The Twelfth Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver Remote Control is finally here to give Doctor Who fans what they have been asking for: a brand new, hero prop replica which is a superb recreation of the Sonic Screwdriver used by Peter Capaldi in Series 8. A limited run of 168 laser-etched numbered Sonics will be available exclusively to purchase on the BBC AMERICA booth (#4129) for the first time at San Diego Comic-Con (8th-12th July 2015) prior to general sale from 7th September from www.BBCShop.com.

The new Twelfth Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver is a fully functioning gesture-based universal remote control which can control your TV and other home entertainment equipment. Learning the gestures and programming the Sonic Screwdriver is easy, and the intuitive gestures allow the user to become the Doctor. Flick it open and the clasps extend with a satisfying clunk; press the grip mounted button for instant light and sound action or use the Any-TV-Off function just for fun!


The Twelfth Sonic has been made in direct response to the huge number of requests that The Wand Company received from fans all over the world asking for an extending version of their famous Eleventh Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver.


Chris Barnardo, co-founder of The Wand Company said:

Since our Eleventh Doctor’s Sonic went on sale, we have had a constant stream of requests from fans of all ages asking us to make an extending version. It wasn’t easy to engineer a solidly reliable device that can withstand being repeatedly flicked to extend it, but we’ve been able to do it, and I’m certain that any fan of Doctor Who is going to love it,


Jason Easy, Senior Licensing Manager at BBC Worldwide, said:

The Wand Company continually exceed expectations with their range of Sonic Screwdrivers, and the Twelfth Doctor’s Sonic is no exception. The Sonics are not just technologically sophisticated, but also beautifully made and have exciting features that delight fans.


Product details:

The Wand Company
’s new extending Twelfth Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver universal remote control prop replica contains the following features:

-  1:1 scale replica of the Series 8 Sonic Screwdriver hero prop

-  Highly authentic flick-to-extend action

-  Grip-mounted action button

-  Press and hold button to make Sonic buzz and tip light in FX Mode

-  Any-TV-off function that turns off any television at the press of a button, without having to program the Sonic first

-  Stores up to 39 remote control commands

-  Customisable personal lock code

-  Ivory-coloured handle with subtle fleck

-  Redesigned copper-plated handle end

-  Gallifreyan stand for vertical presentation

-  12 new secret Morse-coded Twelfth Doctor phrases

-  12 different sonic screwdriver sound effects

[Source: BBC Worldwide]


27 June 2015
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Big Finish have today announced a new range of boxsets, featuring heroes and monsters from the New Series of Doctor Who.

Leading this new wave of adventures is Alex Kingston as River Song, the beloved Time Lord archaeologist who first appeared in 2008's Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead.

River will be stepping into the era of the Eighth Doctor (Paul McGann) for Doctor Who: Doom Coalition 2, alongside Liv Chenka (Nicola Walker) and Helen Sinclair (Hattie Morahan). But how can River help her husband if, in this incarnation, she must never actually meet him?

The idea of River meeting previous Doctors was actually proposed by Steven Moffat,” says producer David Richardson“and it's just irresistible, isn't it? Alex embraced the idea of returning to the role, and so she will be starring in no less than two box sets next year. And yes, we are still pinching ourselves!

River will then return later in 2016 in Doctor Who: The Diary of River Song, an epic four-hour adventure that takes River across space and time, seeking out the secret rulers of the universe. Paul McGann will reprise the role of the Eighth Doctor in the final instalment.

The New Series adventures will continue in Doctor Who: The Churchill Years, in which Ian McNeice returns as the indomitable Winston Churchill. In the four-hour saga, Winston relates a number of encounters with the Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh Doctors in his memoirs, battling alien incursions, metamorphosing creatures... and a Dalek! The stories are told by Ian McNeice, supported by a full cast of guest actors, including Danny Horn as Kazran Sardick, in a story taking place within the 2010 special A Christmas Carol.

Ian has played Churchill in just four episode on TV, and yet it feels like it was many more,” says executive producer Nicholas Briggs. “It was such a brilliant, definitive performance, and how wonderful that we will be continuing Churchill's adventures with the Doctor on audio.”

Finally, the Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Doctors will face a new generation of monsters in Doctor Who: Classic Doctors, New Monsters, a brand new, four-story run featuring creatures from the New Series. Peter Davison takes on the Weeping AngelsColin Bakerencounters the JudoonSylvester McCoy will meet the Sycorax... and Paul McGann will face a new clone batch of Sontarans on the edge of the Time War....

It's the ultimate mash-up,” says executive producer Jason Haigh-Ellery, “and we have some great scripts lined up for these landmark stories. There is no doubt that 2016 is going to be a brilliant year for Big Finish!

All four boxsets will be released across 2016, and are available to pre-order today from the Big Finish website. Doctor Who: Doom Coalition 2 will be released in February, and is available as part of a special bundle of all four Doom Coalition boxsets.

Doctor Who: The Diary of River SongDoctor Who: The Churchill Years and Doctor Who: Classic Doctors, New Monsters can be pre-ordered for just £20 each on CD or Download, and are also available as part of our Doctor Who New Series bundle.

[Source: Big Finish]

26 June 2015

BBC Worldwide today confirmed via the @BBCWPress Twitter account that there are plans to release more Classic Doctor Who stories.

Whilst the exact medium isn't specified, it is widely believed to be further Classic Series Doctor Who media in the form of DVDs or Digital content. Rumours have persisted for a while now of a new service to be unveiled by the BBC.

Below is a copy of the exact tweet: 

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[Source: BBC Worldwide]

25 June 2015

On 24th February 2015, DWO posted an update on the status of The Underwater Menace DVD (originally due for release in 2014, and rescheduled for 2015). The update confirmed that the title had been removed from the 2015 schedules "for the time being". 

There was hope that the title might be released, especially as special features, commentaries and sleeve art (pictured-right)* had already been produced for the title. Fans even clubbed together and started an online petition, which attracted over 2,700 supporters and was submitted to the BBC. Sadly, according to the latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine (#488), it appears the title has now been officially cancelled.

Part of the reason is believed to be due to the insolvency at animation company Qurios, who would have animated the two remaining missing episodes [1 & 4]. Episode 2 was found in December 2011, and heralded the decision to release the adventure on DVD.

[UPDATE: It is now understood that the company involved in the animation was Planet55

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[Sources: BBC Consumer Products; Doctor Who Magazine]

* Image from Issue 488 of Doctor Who Magazine 

15 June 2015

Father’s Day is fast approaching and with it comes the indecision of what to get dad. Luckily if your dad likes Doctor Who stuff than you are in luck as we have laid out the Top Ten Doctor Who Gifts from SuperHeroStuff.com. The first four gifts are all shirts cause what dad doesn’t like a good shirt?! Show him how much you appreciate him with one of these great Doctor Who threads.

1. Doctor Who Knock Knock T-shirt: Who doesn't like a good Knock Knock joke? Some will get the joke, others won't but either way this soft comfortable 50/50 blend shirt should please your dad.

2. Doctor Who Van Gogh T-shirt: This great mix up between Doctor Who and Van Gogh is an instant classic and will turn heads. It is perfect for the father that wants a little more artistic design in what he wears.

3. Gallifrey Road T-shirt:  A Dalek, Silence, Cyberman, and a Weeping Angel go into a bar…wait wrong joke, but what is not to like about this shirt that both Beatles and Doctor Who fans will enjoy!

4. Sonic Screwdriver T-shirt:  Unfortunately, the 100% cotton shirt is not as versatile as the actual instrument from the BBC franchise. You won't be able to open any sort of lock or use its awesome technology for other uses but hey, this is just a shirt, and one that will allow your dad to show off.

5. 11th Doctor Sonic Screwdriver Flashlight Keychain:  While we are talking about Sonic Screwdrivers, another great gift would be this keychain. It looks like a little version of the 11th Doctor's Sonic Screwdriver and the tip even lights green! Your dad will have to make his own sound effects though, but it a great way to keep track of his keys.

Socks and mugs always seem to be something that a dad will get at least once for Father’s day so why not make them the coolest socks or mug that he has ever seen! The next two items on the top ten list are just that!

6. Union Jack Crew Socks Pack:  Invoke the spirit of regenerating Time-Lords and the famous police call-box with this 2-Pack of socks. They are certainly a lot more interesting than the boring white socks with holes in them that your dad currently wears.

7. Tardis 2D Relief Mug: Whether it’s his morning cup of coffee or some afternoon tea, this Tardis Mug is sure to put a smile on his face for more reasons than just delivering his favorite beverage! But beware it may hold more on the inside than guessed.



The final three items on this list are very cool and a little more unique while still following the Doctor Who theme.

8. Doctor Who Tardis Trucker Cap:  With a mesh backing, a flat bill, and idolizing the famous police call box, the Doctor Who Tardis Trucker Cap is awesome for your father who craves a good flatbill!

9. Tardis Tyvek Wallet: Much like the TARDIS, this wallet holds a lot more on the inside than it appears on the outside. Like all Tyvek Wallets, this is eco-friendly and immensely durable which means no matter how hard your dad is on it, it should hold up and last through time.  

10. Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Monopoly Game: Everyone seems to have played Monopoly at some point in their life and while this is the same game, it is so much more! You and your father can buy and trade through time while getting to be represented as a scarf, bow-tie, sonic screwdriver or others as your game piece! This is definitely going to be remembered for many Father’s days to come.


All of these and more great Doctor Who stuff can be found at SuperHeroStuff.com. Plus you can get 12% off your entire order with code “POWERS12” through Father’s day weekend

[Source: Superhero Stuff]

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