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Sunday, 5 July 2015

Interactive Cyber Man Attack & Infra-red Blaster Toy

Character Options have revealed the details of a new Doctor Who interactive toy, read on for further details:

Doctor Who fans will love this cool Doctor Who Interactive Cyber Man Attack and Infra-red Blaster. It’s an interactive game where you need to beat the clock and defeat the Cyberman.

3 shots on target will blast one arm off a further 3 shots will blast his other arm off and 3 more will deactivate him and make him fall. Disrupt Cyberman’s electronics with blasts using the Infra-red blaster.

  • Shoot from 2.5m away
  • Shoot both his arms off
  • Each level gets more difficult
  • Contents: Cyber Man and a Infra-red Blaster
  • Batteries Required: 4 AAA batteries (not included)

The toy is on sale now at all good toy stores priced £29.99 per purchase.

Thursday, 2 July 2015

Series 9 - First Image & Details

Entertainment Weekly interviewed Peter Capaldi on the upcoming ninth series of Doctor Who as well as released the first promo image for it. The interview can be read below:

Could you tease the two-part premiere?
It places the Doctor in a conflict that is central to his being, as well as containing some subtle tributes to the ’60s, and truly wonderful guest performances.

What can you tell us about the exclusive photograph from the premiere?
The photo shows the Doctor about to make a mistake that has cataclysmic repercussions.

How is the Doctor different this season from last?
He’s throwing himself into life with a newfound hunger for adventure. He’s in pursuit of joy and grabbing every thrill that he can along the way. But I sense him running from something, that even he does not yet understand.

Tell us about the villains and monsters the Doctor will be encountering this season?
There is an epic sweep to this season and I think the villains and monsters reflect that. Great new ones, brilliant old ones, and some very scary creatures looming in stories with real emotional ambition.

And Missy?
In the hands of Michelle Gomez, Missy is more magnificently bad than ever before.

Maisie Williams is one of the new season’s guest stars. How was working with her?
Maisie is fantastic. A sharp, talented tornado. As an 18-year-old, she has taught me many new words and expressions. All I’ll say about her character is she shifts in cosmic ways.

How would you describe the relationship between your Doctor and Jenna Coleman’s Clara this season?
They’ve suddenly realized that they are the most fortunate people in all of time and space and are hellbent on adventure. Jenna continutes to deliver a beautifully nuanced, complex, and funny performance that marks her out as one of the best companions ever.

Jenna had planned on leaving last season before changing her mind. Will these be her last shows?
I hope not.

Series nine of Doctor Who commences broadcast this Autumn on BBC One and BBC One HD.

Wednesday, 1 July 2015

12th Doctor's Sonic Screwdriver Remote Control

The Wand Company have released the details of their new remote control in the style of the Twelfth Doctor's Sonic Screwdriver, read on for further details:

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 eight.

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 .

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.

"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," said Chris Barnardo, co-founder of The Wand Company.

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 eight 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

The Twelfth Doctor's Sonic Screwdriver remote control is on sale from 7th September exclusively from the BBC Shop priced £69.99 per purchase. In other news: Rachel Talalay, who directed the series eight final Dark Water / Death in Heaven has been asked back to direct the finale to the next series of Doctor Who.

Sunday, 28 June 2015

Big Finish - New Series Doctor Who Stories

Big Finish have revealed the details of several new Doctor Who audio plays, all of which will feature characters from the new series of Doctor Who, read on for further details:

Doom Coalition 2
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!"

The Diary of River Song
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 Churchill Years
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."

Classic Doctors, New Monsters
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 Angels, Colin Baker encounters the Judoon, Sylvester 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, with Doom Coalition 2 being released in February, further release details are to be confirmed.

Friday, 26 June 2015

Into the Dalek - Time Zone Set

Character Options have recently released a new Doctor Who Time Zone set for their 3.75" action figures - exclusive to Argos, read on for further details:

A Dalek fleet surrounds a lone rebel ship, and only the Doctor can help it now. With the Doctor facing his greatest enemy, he needs Clara by his side.

Confronted with a decision that could change the Daleks forever, he is forced to examine his conscience and ask himself whether he is truly a good man.

Twelfth Doctor
Clara Oswald
Rusty the Dalek (with Electronic Glide Action)
Black Dalek (in Black Hovabout Vehicle)
Bronze Dalek

The set is on sale now exclusively at Argos stores priced £49.99 per purchase.

Saturday, 20 June 2015

Doctor Who Magazine - Issue 488

The cover and details of this month's edition of Doctor Who magazine:

Movie and TV star David Warner - known to Doctor Who fans as Professor Grisenko in Cold War as well as the Doctor himself in Big Finish’s Doctor Who Unbound series - is among the interview subjects in Doctor Who magazine issue 488…

Also in this issue is Ingrid Oliver, who tells DWM about her joy at Osgood’s unexpected return.

"When I died, I was like ‘Oh. That’s a shame. That is a shame." I really didn’t think I would return," Ingrid tells DWM, revealing that she was shocked at the response to the UNIT operative’s demise. "I can’t watch myself on TV, so I deliberately made the decision to go out. And then I got a text from my agent saying, ‘Oh my God, you’re trending on Twitter!’ It was absolute insanity to me."


Doctor Who’s resident special effects supervisor Danny Hargreaves reveals the science behind blowing stuff up - but don’t try this at home!

Cold War’s Professor Grisenko ­- movie and TV star David Warner - chats about his brief era as the Doctor, and shares some fascinating stories from a career spanning six decades.

DWM’s history of Doctor Who on home video reaches its final part, with the dawn of a new shiny new format. DVD took the series into remastered territory, and made it look better than it ever had before.

The Fact of Fiction heads to Voga - the planet of gold - to reveal fascinating facts about the 1975 Fourth Doctor adventure Revenge of the Cybermen.

Will the Doctor and Clara defeat the macabre plans of Dr Audley, and has Winnie really betrayed them? The comic strip adventure Blood and Ice - written by Jacqueline Rayner and illustrated by Martin Geraghty - reaches its thrilling conclusion.

Showrunner Steven Moffat answers readers’ questions and pays tribute to 1980s Doctor Who producer John Nathan-Turner.

DWM talks to Sylvester McCoy, Bonnie Langford, novelist AL Kennedy and actor Jon Culshaw to preview upcoming books and audios from the worlds of Doctor Who.

All the latest official news, reviews, Relative Dimensions, The Time Team, competitions and the DWM Crossword.

Issue 488 of Doctor Who magazine is on sale now at all good newsagents until 22nd July priced £4.99 per copy.

Friday, 19 June 2015

The Essential Doctor Who - Monsters

Panini, publishers of Doctor Who magazine, have released details of a new one-off edition magazine, read on for further details:

Horror has been Doctor Who’s most consistent genre since the Daleks first threatened viewers in 1963. The metal-cased mutants are still notorious, but the programme’s shadows are occupied by many equally grotesque and disturbing creatures.

This is a comprehensive guide to the monsters that have been haunting our nightmares for more than 50 years. Everything from the Abzorbaloff to Zygons is covered in a richly illustrated, encyclopaedic format.

"When I was a kid I wished for a book that included all the Doctor Who monsters," says editor Marcus Hearn. "Now I’m a grown-up my ambitions haven’t really changed. It’s been a labour of love for all of us to channel the spirit of Terrance Dicks’ Doctor Who Monster Book, and a treat to add so many aliens from the show’s now greatly expanded universe."

The Essential Doctor Who - Monsters is on sale now at all good newsagents priced £9.99 per copy.