What happens when you cross a Dalek with a stained-glass window? You get the most weirdly beautiful looking killer pepperpot the world has ever seen.
Put your little one in this knit Dalek jumper and make sure that her first word is "exterminate," and she'll be on the road to Doctor Who fandom or becoming a murderous cyborg. Either way, she'll look adorable during those formative early years.
That Dalek thinks it's so clever, covering itself with pine branches and white lights, lying in wait until Santa slides down the chimney. Silly Dalek, don't you know the Doctor always shows up around Christmastime?
They may want to exterminate you, but at least Daleks are decent enough to let you know they've come round and missed you. Redditor narfy claims the monstrous cyborgs left this calling card on the doorknob of her friend's house yesterday morning. Almost makes you wish some Daleks would pay you a visit, doesn't it?
Simon Cowell was dubious when Martyn Crofts walked on stage carrying a pot during the latest episode of Britain's Got Talent. But Crofts exterminated Cowell's expectations — and had the audience in stitches with his Dalek-inspired singing. [via The Uniblog]
This is the Addis family and their 100,000-brick Lego Christmas-themed Dalek—Dr. Who's enemy cyborgs. Every December, the Addis—Mike, Catherine and their three children, Tom, Holly and Christopher—spend hours creating something massive out of bricks.
For his "Paper Cuts" series, designer Olly Moss created 19th century paper cutouts of some of speculative fiction's most esteemed heroes and villains. Here's a dozen or so characters done up as old timey portraits.
Yesterday we discussed at what age it's appropriate to allow your children to watch darker science fiction classics. And once your kids get over their fear of Spock's eyebrows, you can chart their height on this nifty poster.
Here's another incredible cyborg pumpkin to inspire your Halloween envy. A Doctor Who fan spent seven hours crafting a Dalek O'Lantern that will have the neighbors hiding behind the couch. And it's just as impressive with the lights on.
We love Halloween, but we also realize that some readers lack the free time or emotional investment to build a lifesize Power Loader from Aliens. Here are 20 costumes that you can whip up by Halloween weekend.
In this new video from Dee Lux, a Dalek-esque military bot roams New York, looking for hot, intoxicated ladies. The vid is so bad that it inspired the geeks at Danger Room to hold a contest . . .
Back in the 1960s, the Daleks had just begun their quest to exterminate every race but themselves. It was a time when men were Don Draper and most women were housewives. But even home ec queens could be geeky.
At least he should have nice muscles after pushing his Dalek around all day. Built for around $1,149, this full-sized Dalek uses an electric wheelchair as its base, and in addition to pushing, can also be controlled via remote.
If you needed any further proof that Australians are the best cosplayers in the universe, then allow me to offer as evidence The Dalekettes. These ladies created their own femme Dalek outfits and swanned around Supanova in Brisbane, capturing hearts and exterminating the population. I like this look way more than the…
Here's something you don't find in most marshes when you're mucking about: the head of a Dalek from Dr. Who.
Poor James Wakefield just wanted to reawaken his ex-girlfriend's affections after she dumped him last December. And he figured the best way to do it would be to pay his friend James Rawson £20,000 to don a Dalek mask with voice-changer, kidnap his ex, and take her out to the woods. After the Dalek-masked Rawson had…
While the secrecy is most likely related to shame and embarrassment more than danger and intrigue, the "toy" is actually a pretty impressive piece of hardware. The camera can transmit high quality streaming video to a flat panel-equipped base station over 300 feet away, where it is recorded to a hard drive for…