Doctor Who's real name is d³∑x²


Honestly, some parents. What on Earth were they thinking?

The Doctor's real name revealed in 1980 comic book. Credit to u/swanzie for image. [r/doctorwho] Read the rest

3D printed steel Sonic Screwdriver pendant

In the style of the 11th Doctor, $26 from Niquegeek, whom we've featured here for their 3D printed Weighted Companion Cube dice. (via Geeky Merch) Read the rest

Ultimate t-shirt for trolling science fiction fans

$20-26 from Offworld Designs. (via Diane Duane) Read the rest

Gorgeous custom science fiction jewelry

Pittsburgh's Paul Michael Bierker is a jeweler who makes incredible, nerdy rings and other jewelry, from the Tie Fighter engagement rings to the Han Solo in Carbonite rings (also available as a pendant). Read the rest

UK bigotry party hates Time Lords, too

UK Independence Party Nigel Farage is an equal-opportunity bigot, hating Gallifreyans just as much as he hates Bulgarians and Romanians. Read the rest

Genderswapped Sixth Doctor cosplay outfit

From Frockasaurus (previously), this brilliant Femme Sixth Doctor Who cosplay set, a custom made, genderswapped version of Colin Baker's outfit including a jacket, corset/waistcoat, necktie and skirt. (via Geeky Merch) Read the rest

Tardis tea-infuser

Made from stainless steel, possibly larger on the inside than the outside, and $20 from Thinkgeek. (via Geeky Merch) Read the rest

Genderswapped 10th Doctor coat would look great as streetwear

At $300, the 10th Doctor Women's Coat is too pricey to be a cosplay accessory, but luckily it's also the kind of very beautiful garment you could wear every day, made from a wool/viscose blend, fully lined, and tailored for easy motion (it reminds me of the streetwear for superheroes from Volante). (via Geeky Merch) Read the rest

Sonic Screwdriver cutlery

The 10th/11th Doctor Sonic Screwdriver cutlery is dishwasher safe and runs $30/setting. (via Geeky Merch) Read the rest

Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter and Doctor Who scarves and skirts

Etsy seller Rooby Lane makes great, nerdy textiles, sporting designs from sf/f TV and movies, like the Lord of the Rings and Marauders' Map map scarves and the Tardis skirt. (via Geeky Merch) Read the rest

The art of Grant Gould

Grant Gould is probably most well known for his Star Wars trading card art and illustrating two Star Wars books, Draw Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Draw Star Wars: Rebels. He's also the creator of the original comic series Wolves of Odin and has done awesome art from just about every fantasy and scifi series out there (and even some pop culture characters too). Read the rest

Who Wars: Star Wars and Doctor Who in one podcast

After seeing my post here on Boing Boing that featured my giant Ewok Village diorama, the folks at the Who Wars podcast reached out to interview me about it—just one part of the latest episode. Read the rest

Doctor Who 10th Doctor kigurumi/romper suit

Looking for a stylish, science fictional romper-suit/kigurumi to lounge in this winter? Thinkgeek's $40 tenth Doctor lounger is just the thing. Read the rest

Ceramic, handmade Tardis soup-mug, saucer and spoon

The whole set is $50 from Barbarah Robertson, a potter in Virginia -- microwave and dishwasher safe, and can be ordered in time for Christmas delivery. Read the rest

TARDIS zippo-ish lighter

Konstantin and Yury, artists from Ukraine, have an Etsy store that sells customized knock-off Zippos and flasks, including this great Tardis lighter. Read the rest

TARDIS and Dalek lotion-bars

Etsy seller Wizard at Work makes delightful solid lotion bars in a variety of shapes, most notably this Doctor Who two-pack featuring a Dalek and a TARDIS. Made with only four ingredients (sweet almond oil, beeswax, shea butter and cocoa butter) and $8 per set. (via Geeky Merch) Read the rest

Tortoise Tardis cosplay

Photographed by Punkpixzsticks at the Minnesota Ren Faire: Angus, a tortoise dressed as a Tardis (Angus has lots of other costumes). (via Neatorama). Read the rest

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