In this new regular feature, we’ll be picking out the best of the latest Doctor Who products on sale each month!
Check out September’s goodies…
Twelfth Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver Universal Remote Control
Available from 7 September, this brand new prop replica is a detailed recreation of the Sonic Screwdriver used by Peter Capaldi in Season 8.
“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,” says Chris Barnardo, co-founder of The Wand Company.
It’s also a fully functioning gesture-based universal remote control which can control your TV and other home entertainment equipment.
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!
The Time Lord Letters
Published on 24 September, this is a unique collection of over 100 letters, notes, and jottings both by and to the Doctor – correspondence by turns entertaining and inspiring, funny and flippant, brilliant and incredible.
From the Doctor’s plea to the Time Lords to help end the War Games to an extract from the written defence he submitted at his subsequent trial; from his application for the post of Caretaker at Coal Hill School to his apology to the Queen for missing dinner; from telepathic messages to the High Council on Gallifrey to his famous letter to Santa Claus – like the Doctor himself, the mood can change in an instant.
Season 1-4 on Blu-ray
Previously only available on Blu-ray as part of 2013’s Complete Season 1-7 boxset, the remastered versions of Christopher Eccleston and David Tennant’s seasons at full 1080p high definition have now been released to buy individually.
Out on 3 September, this new book features three Doctor Who model-building challenges to complete – including keepsake models of the TARDIS, a Dalek and a sinister Cyberman head – with easy-to-follow instructions plus fact file pages.
This unique official contemporary sculpture depicts the latest variant of the Cyberman, as initially introduced in Neil Gaiman’s ‘Nightmare in Silver’ episode.
48cm in height, the bust was originally sculpted from clay, giving the pieces a dynamic and organic feel. Each subsequent piece has been carefully hand cast in marble resin from this mould using ceramic polystone and then hand painted.
The Glamour Chronicles
Published on 10 September, these three new novels feature the Twelfth Doctor, as played by Peter Capaldi.
In ‘Royal Blood’, the city-state of Varuz is failing. Who are the ancient and weary knights who arrive in Varuz claiming to be on a quest for the Holy Grail?
In ‘Deep Time’, the Phaeron disappeared from the universe over a million years ago. They travelled among the stars using roads made from time and space, but left only relics behind. But what actually happened to the Phaeron?
In ‘Big Bang Generation’, imagine everyone’s surprise when a time portal opens up in Sydney Cove. When someone accidentally reawakens The Ancients of Time, things get a whole lot more complicated.
What Doctor Who goodies have you bought recently? Let us know below…