Three amazing products are now available for you to buy – including a Doctor Who Christmas sweater, Eleventh Doctor era gloves, and a celebration of one of Doctor Who‘s most memorable enemies, the Cybermen.
After his battles with the Sycorax, the Master and Harmony Shoal, the Doctor probably prepares for trouble around Christmastime. But you can gear up for the festivities with the TARDIS and Dalek Christmas Sweater, an exclusive pattern which incorporates the Doctor’s faithful time-space ship and his most prolific foes. The design is complete with killer Christmas trees (like the ones seen in The Christmas Invasion and The Runaway Bride) and snowflakes… or is that the Great Intelligence?
Made from high-quality acrylic, this yuletide jumper will keep loved ones warm while defending Trenzalore, listening to the Singing Towers of Darillium, or wandering around the South Pole after an invasion of Cybermen.
Doctor Who has been an important part of Christmas for over a decade now. Our original Doctor Who Christmas scarf and hat hit shelves in 2016 and we were nonetheless blown away by demand. Our new sweater is a perfect accompaniment to these items, and we’re sure you will love them.
For the first time ever, we’re also releasing officially-licensed women’s gloves this year. The Pandorica Opens scarf proved popular, and it’s such a beautiful painting, we thought it was the ideal image to launch this extension to the range.
The Pandorica Opens gloves feature the piece by Vincent van Gogh, created as a warning to Matt Smith’s Eleventh Doctor, depicting the disaster that cracked the universe: the TARDIS exploding, leading to total event collapse. The stunning picture is digitally-printed on high-quality velvet-feel fabric, so shows the screen-accurate image in all its glorious detail.
Alternatively, you can get an exclusively-designed Cybermen Scarf, which takes its repeated pattern from the ice-tombs of Telos, first seen in the Second Doctor serial, The Tomb of the Cybermen (1967). This classic story starred Patrick Troughton as the Time Lord, Deborah Watling as Victoria Waterfield, and Frazer Hines as Jamie McCrimmon.
From The Tenth Planet (1966) to Earthshock (1982), Rise of the Cybermen / The Age of Steel (2006) to World Enough and Time / The Doctor Falls (2017); the cybernetic race has thrived for over 50 years. Made from high-quality wool and Acrylic, The Tomb of the Cybermen scarf is fittingly completed by the Cyber-Controller’s promise: “We will survive!”
The Pandorica Opens gloves (RRP £24.99) are also available now.