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Due out now!

 

Doctor Who The Sensorites Limited Edition Sense-Sphere Marble Vinyl LP

Available to order from www.amazon.co.uk

“They are hostile, these Sensorites, but in the strangest possible way…”

Demon Records presents a narrated TV soundtrack from the very first series of Doctor Who, starring William Hartnell as the Doctor.

The TARDIS lands on board a spaceship, in orbit around a planet known as the Sense-Sphere. The Doctor and his companions learn that the human crew have been imprisoned on their craft by the Sensorites, who blame them for the introduction of a fatal disease. When the Sensorites steal the TARDIS lock, the travellers are forced to go with the aliens to their planet and attempt to broker peace between the races. But many dangers lie ahead…

Presented across 3 x 140g Sense-Sphere marble vinyl discs, this 1964 TV adventure is narrated by William Russell, who also plays Ian Chesterton. The supporting cast includes Jacqueline Hill as Barbara and Carole Ann Ford as Susan, with Stephen Dartnell, Ilona Rodgers and Lorne Cossette. Incidental music is composed by Norman Kay, and the familiar strains of the Doctor Who theme are courtesy of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop.

An embossed, frameable art print accompanies the coloured vinyl LPs, presented in individual pockets which, when placed in order, reveal a double-sided composite illustration. An accompanying booklet supplies cast and credits, and inner bags featuring complete episode billings.

 

 

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Bernard Cribbins passed away today at 91 what a fantastic actor he was. Known best to Doctor Who fans as the Doctor's friend and Donna's grandad Wilfred Mott, Bernard leaves behind a long legacy in film and TV.

 

 

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As living plastic serving a hive mind, Autons can vary in design - from human duplicates to window shop mannequins!

 

 

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Sorry to hear about Bernard Cribbins. I loved Invasion Earth: 2150, He was cool. and pulled off a decent policeman caught in the middle.

Amazing movie I thought was better than the predecessor -  Dr. Who & The Daleks.

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Coming soon!

This set features two Daleks from the Third Doctor’s final encounter on-screen with these foes. The TARDIS suffers a complete energy drain and crash lands on the planet Exxilon and, for this story, a visually impressive, but sadly never seen again, silver and matt black livery was chosen to revive the ‘60s feel’ of the props. The first Dalek figure in the set is the ‘unofficial’ leader from this story, and sports orange-tinted dome lights, as well as having the special ‘machine gun’ style weapon, whereas Dalek figure two has clear dome lights and the standard exterminator gun. 

These action figures are available from B&M in the UK from August 2022.

 

 

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Coming soon Planet of the Daleks!

 

This duo of Dalek figures set is based on the Third Doctor’s battle with his greatest nemesis, on the planet Spiridon. The first Dalek figure from this set is the Supreme Dalek from this story. This was a redressed ‘movie’ style prop but with some unconventional changes to its overall appearance. Nevertheless, finished in a gold and black colour scheme, and towering over the BBC props it was visually stunning and has remained a fan-favourite despite its limited screen-time. The second figure is the ‘Invisible Dalek’ from the story and is fully representative of a transparent Dalek!

These action figures are available from B&M in the UK from August 2022.

 

 

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Also due out August 2022!

 

Fans first encountered the Eighth Doctor back in 1989 after a failed mission to transport the remains of the Master back to Gallifrey. In this three-figure set, he is depicted in all his screen seen outfits from his adventures but with updated decoration. 

The first figure is inspired by THE TV MOVIE, with the Eighth Doctor, in an updated version of the costume worn after he regenerated. The second figure depicts the Doctor in his dark blue leather pea coat and jeans from his audio adventures. The decoration has been revised and, for the first time, this figure also has the brown satchel. The final figure in this set is taken from THE NIGHT OF THE DOCTOR, the minisode where he sported a worn green overcoat, ruffled tie, bronze waistcoat, and US Army Cavalry boots. This outfit corresponds with his overall weary appearance during the Time War.

 

 

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Due out August 2022

 

In this set, there are three all-new variants of the Tenth Doctor. The first figure depicted is the Tenth Doctor in his slightly brighter blue two-piece suit, pale blue shirt and burgundy tie from THE WEDDING OF SARAH JANE SMITH parts one and two. The second figure is based on this same story but sees the Doctor wearing his iconic long duster style overcoat. The final figure of the Tenth Doctor is inspired by the comic book series THE TENTH DOCTOR ADVENTURES. This figure has a particularly ‘ragged’ look, with dirtied blue shirt, tie worn askew, and lower forearms exposed.

 

 

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Clockwork Droids may have some beautiful craftsmanship going on but beware if they begin to break - they might start using human parts to fix things!

 

 

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Very coOL. Invisible Dalek. never heard of that....🤔

 

The silver Daleks look better than the ones in the Pertwie episode (they were not being taken care of)

 

Like a new born baby, every Dalek is beautiful to behold.🐙

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