Doctor Who Weeping Angels Have the Phonebox T-shirt (Medium, Black)

The weeping Angels are some of the Doctors deadliest foes. The shirt features a weeping angel and serves as a reminder of the time that they had the phone box.

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Dr. Doctor Who Tardis Navy Womens Juniors Licensed T-Shirt Size L

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Doctor Who: Series Seven – Part One

Join the Doctor, his companions Amy and Rory (aka the Ponds) and numerous friends on their latest escapades through space and time where they puzzle an unexpected invasion of Earth, save a spaceship full of dinosaurs, don Stetsons in a Wild West adventure and are even kidnapped by the Doctor’s oldest foe. The explosive series concludes with Amy and Rory’s heart-breaking farewell a race against time through the streets of Manhattan. Will the Doctor really lose the Ponds forever? There’s only one way to find out.

The last episode features the Weeping Angels.

Estevan Guerrera "avid learner" Yes, Series 6 was somewhat disappointing...I hope Series 7 is better! I agree with reviewer Ian J. Withers. Series 6 was disappointing, and much different from the previous sets of series. In my opinion, there is much too much focus on the 3-4 main characters. In previous editions, there were some great storylines centered around new worlds and the types of people who lived there. I hope the series gets back to that direction. Cheers!

debra Doctor Who Series 7, Part 1 like we all knew this first half of the series would be our farewell to Amy and Rory on the Tardis, and they could not have left in a more amazing way off screen than with the weeping angels. Steven Moffat is a genius when it comes to writing and no matter how many theories we put out on the story of how we think it all will end, Steven blows us out of the water every time with the unexpected and with our mouths hanging open in shock. Buy the series, it's well worth it whether it's the first series of Doctor Who you've watched or whether you started in the beginning or in the middle, wait till we see what Steven has for us in surprise for the 50th anniversary!Information on what you're about to buy:This Blu Ray or DVD set you are about to buy contains the first 5 episodes of the seventh seriesepisode 1: Asylum of the Daleksepisode 2: Dinosaurs on a Spaceshipepisode 3: A Town Called Mercyepisode 4: The Power of Threeepisode 5: The Angels Take Manhattan*It will not contain any Doctor Who Confidential's as they have been cancelled since The Doctor The Widow and the Wardrobe. Whether it will contain a Pond Life i think is doubtful because it is listed as being 225 minutes long and that would not include those episodes.* Most likely it will have NO SPECIAL FEATURES and if you want the features you will have to wait until the complete doctor who series 7 comes out which wont be until spring or early summer of 2013.- personally i will be waiting to buy the series until it comes out with the complete series so i will have ALL the episodes, behind the scenes footage, monster files, video diary's and hopefully a special for Amy and Rory about their final days on set! If you can't wait then buy it, but don't get angry when you only have the episodes and only 5 of them with no features in fact you're better off getting it on iTunes just for the episodes you'll be saving around 6 dollars and still have the episodes in HD to stream to your TV or watch on the go from your computer or phone!until next time...GERONIMO!my response to Ian J Withers:how i know the ponds will leave is because it's been announced for many MONTHS NOW of their leave. how i know it's gonna be amazing? 1 it's doctor who, 2 it's steven moffat as the head writer, 3 when not are mouths hanging out in the amazing writing of doctor who, 4 damn right the 50th will be amazing! there is talk of having other doctor's return and old companions like perhaps rose or captain jack. doctor who is brilliant, scary, completely mad and yes silly at times that's what makes doctor who amazing and why us whovians adore it! anymore questions? BOOYA!- debra

Dr. Who: The Eleventh Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver

The Doctor’s multipurpose tool is a Gallifreyan device, with numerous settings, easily controlled at the press of his thumb. The Doctor has had many sonic screwdrivers of different designs throughout his life, and this latest one was created from within the TARDIS console itself after the previous one was destroyed during a confrontation with Prisoner Zero in the village of Leadworth. This new sonic is larger, with a luminous green light but continues to be an essential part of the Doctor’s equipment as he explores the universe. This faithful copy of the Doctor’s trusty Sonic Device has spring loaded extending action. Pressing the button on the side of the handle activates the LED and Sound FX which operates in CLOSED mode. Flip open the cap at the end of the Screwdriver to reveal an additional button that activates the light and sound effects when it is in full extension OPEN mode. 5 Years +

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  • New sonic screwdriver is larger than previous ones
  • Features a LED green light
  • Extending action just the like the Dr’s
  • An essential tool for the Dr in his travels
  • Great gift idea

DalekCaek "so i herd u liek EXTERMINATE!" Pretty fun for about two hours. I bought this Sonic Screwdriver as soon as I knew they were selling them. This sonic was great fun and even had new sounds and settings that the old sonic never had. But for some reason, after one afternoon of sonic-ing everything in the house, the screwdriver stopped making its signature sound. Changing the batteries did not solve the problem, meaning that is is some sort of wiring problem. I did not abuse the toy or anything, either. I'm hoping that mine breaking is an isolated case, but you should beware if you are planning on buying this.My second one broke in pretty much the same way, but it was after several months this time.

C. Dunbar "Formerly DJ Shatter" Interesting design, bad craftmanship I will admit, I had higher hopes for this toy. I have several sonic screwdrivers (9/10 UV light edition, Future Sonic from "Silence in the Library", the Master's Laser Screwdriver), and have always been impressed by the quality of the product and it's versatility during cosplay. Aside from a few instances where the screwdriver felt a bit brittle, I've dropped them all only to find them in perfect condition afterwards. So I expected nothing less than similar quality when I ordered the new 11th Doctor screwdriver.Right off the bat, things went horribly wrong. After a gut-wrenching time trying to twist off the top to access the battery case (I felt like I was going to snap the extender arms), I found that one of the screws (the one closest to the inside) was of extremely poor quality and stripped as I was trying to open it. So here I was, unable to open the casing without cracking it. I eventually had to break the casing off just to access the batteries, and smooth down the sides so the device would extend properly. (It still doesn't, it only extends halfway on the initial press, and halfway when the button is released, unless you tap it very fast, at which point it will extend fully in one shot.)After inserting the batteries and testing the device out, I found that the only way to turn on the SFX while the device was extended was to use the second access button, hidden at the base of the handle. While mine worked (I know this is a common issue- several of my friends have found the second button does not work at all, even when extended), it feels like an incredibly poor idea to have the second button be the only one that works while the device is extended. It would have made more sense for the buttons to work the other way around- it makes the device ungainly to hold and wield while extended.Speaking of extension: I tried to place mine back in the box for display, only to find that once it clicked back into the holding tray, the device would turn on...and stay on. None of the buttons were being pressed, it just refused to shut off until I removed it from the tray. I've read reviews that this sometimes happen when the device is extended, but the seemingly random nature behind mine made me remove the batteries before I could store it.As to the design of the torch itself: I have no real complaints. While the screwdriver resembles a single handed lightsaber hilt (a friend of mine refers to it as a cattle prod as well), it has a strangely comfortable grip and is easy to twirl around. From a strictly aesthetic point of view, I don't dislike it. It looks a lot more "futuristic" than other screwdriver models (even the Future Screwdriver, which I jokingly say looks like something out of steampunk), and it is a bit more fun to wave around. But all the aesthetics in the world cannot save this from being poorly produced and designed. I have the distinct feeling they rushed this out as fast as they could without proper testing, from the fans or designers. Character Options needs to seriously review their design schematics before producing more of these.On a side note: as I write this, I am chatting with a friend who is messing with his screwdriver. He said that while we were going over the flaws in the design, his backfired and now no longer makes any sounds or lights. Like some others, the hidden button on his never worked properly, and two of the clamps were loose out of the box. I would like to test mine out to see if the same issues would happen, but at the same time am reluctant to see my screwdriver break any further.

Doctor Who – Fish Fingers And Custard Girls T-Shirt Size : Medium

Fish fingers with custard dipping sauce, mmm. If it’s good enough for Doctor Who, it’s good enough for me!

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  • 100% cotton
  • Wash cold; dry low
  • Made in USA
  • Listed in junior sizes

The Power of Three

J. Whitford The Power of Three is a Family The Power of Three focuses on the bond between the Pond/Williams family and the Doctor. Amy and Rory are questioning the double lives they have traversed since the Doctor arrived and whether or not they should give up time travel. When black cubes descend all over the earth, the Doctor decides to live with his human family to discover the reason for the year-long invasion.For those dedicated Whovians who love Amy and Rory, you may feel a bit weepy watching this episode. There are shout-outs to what has come before - characters and other companions, and a heartfelt confession from the Doctor to Amy that may require a tissue or two.Per the Doctor Who Season 7 production schedule, The Power of Three was the final episode Gillan and Darvill filmed as Amy and Rory. In their last scene together the Ponds got into the TARDIS with the Doctor. And when the doors closed, the three actors embraced and cried.

2 kids and a dog A treat for Whovians This episode is definitely not a good one to introduce someone to Doctor Who with, but for someone who has been watching for a while this episode is a treat. There is a wonderful nod to the classic Doctor Who character The Brigadier. I appreciated insight into the Pond normal life. So often we slip into thinking of them as the Doctor thinks of them, just waiting around for the Doctor to call.PS. When a friend has never seen Doctor Who and I only have time to show one episode, I show them "Blink" (Season 3, episode 11). It's a brilliant episode that doesn't require much back-story to understand.

Doctor Who – TV Show Poster (Enemies Through Time – Daleks, Weeping Angels, Cybermen…) (Size: 36″ x 24″)

Doctor Who – TV Show Poster (Enemies Through Time – Daleks, Weeping Angels, Cybermen…) 36×24 Poster Art Print . High Quality. Perfect for Framing.

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  • High Quality Poster Print
  • 36 inch x 24 Inch Full Size Poster
  • Great Wall D├ęcor
  • Brand New Item
  • Great Collectible

The Time Of Angels [HD]

Kino Getting better I didn't like Smith much, but he's starting the get the hang out it. I love the Weeping Angels. This episode wasn't near as good as Blink, but still great.

Deep Welcome back, Weeping Angels! This episode marks the return of the Weeping Angels, undoubtedly the scariest Doctor Who monster from the new series. The Doctor is called to the rescue by River Song, who manages to find evidence of a Weeping Angel hidden aboard the spaceship Byzantium. After the Byzantium crashes on an alien planet on top of a maze of the dead, the Doctor leads Amy, River and a band of clerics trying to neutralize the Weeping Angel, through the maze.This really was one of the most brilliant episodes of a very good series of Doctor Who (possibly the best series of new Who). River's entry is fantastic, as is the mystery about her imprisonment. Amy Pond shows once again why she is turning out to be one of the best-loved companions of all time, and one of the most intelligent ones too. The whole story was as interesting as the first part of a two-part story goes, and sets things up nicely for the next episode. Among my favorite moments is Moffat's homage to The Ring in the scene where Amy encounters a recording of the Weeping Angel. The bit where the Doctor and his companions find out the truth concerning the Applants is also a fantastic bit of writing. The hints were there all along, and it took every bit of Moffat's genius to spring such a huge surprise on the viewer.As far as the acting goes, Alex Kingston is wonderful yet again as the enigmatic River Song. Ian Glen is very good as the straight-faced cleric leader, Father Octavian. Karen Gillan shines in multiple scenes as Amy Pond. Matt Smith is very good as the Doctor, although he does seem rough around the edges in some scenes. It kind of makes sense, since this was the first episode of Series 5 that was filmed, and I guess he was still trying to figure out his way of playing the Doctor.Overall, a genuinely entertaining episode, which makes the anticipation of watching 'Flesh and Stone' all the more unbearable.

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