This beautiful light weight plastic replica, fully working fob watch has detailed engraving on the case and features speech, orange and red lights, sound effects, and a watch chain. It’s an excellent addition to your ensemble and a fun way to show your respect for The Doctor! The fob watch is made of sturdy lightweight plastic and measures 3 1/2-inches tall x 2-inches wide x 3/4-inches long. Requires 4x “LR44” batteries, included. The watch says: “This watch is me – I dream – of what? – that I have two hearts – I’m not just a Time Lord, I’m the last of the Time Lords.”
The return of The Master has been one of the many recent triumphs of Doctor Who. And with this, the final single DVD release of season three of the show, the three concluding episodes deliver John Simm’s majestic take on one of the Doctor’s deadliest and oldest enemies.
These three episodes also see Torchwood’s Captain Jack Harkness rejoining the Tardis, and along with the Doctor and Martha, there’s a mighty battle to be fought.
It all starts with “Utopia”, one of the very finest episodes of Doctor Who’s third season. This is a clever, slow-burning tale, with Derek Jacobi guest-starring, and it features a final ten minutes so good it’s enough to make Who fans weep. Things continue with some style in “The Sound Of Drums”, where The Master really comes into his own, replete with a devastating cliffhanger to set up the season finale. And ironically, it’s that finale, “The Last Of The Time Lords”, that’s the weakest of the three here, a slightly muddled–but still very enjoyable–wrapping up of a very strong series.
The skill of these three episodes is how cleanly they interweave with the subtle building blocks that have been put in place for them over the duration of Doctor Who’s run. And with an ending the bodes well for the 2007 Christmas special too, this DVD is further proof of just what strong shape Doctor Who is in. Cracking stuff. —Jon Foster
Recreate scenes from the Classic Series of Doctor Who with this figure of The Master . The Master is a renegade Time Lord, and the arch-enemy of the Doctor. This figure shows him as he appeared in ‘The Deadly Assassin’ in 1976, near the end of his final life. He stands posed and ready to shoot all that defy him. Doctor Who Classic Figure – The Master is great for fans of Doctor Who, both old and new.