This life-size LEGO TARDIS is not a thing that you will ever buy, or touch, or see. It’s really just a reminder of the hundred-dollar LEGO sets you should probably buy your kids. But I still love it wholeheartedly.
The TARDIS isn't hard to get right as a toy. After all, it's just a big blue police box. But there's a difference between getting it right, and doing Doctor Who's iconic time ship justice — and Big Chief's 1:6 scale replica definitely does the TARDIS justice.
Well, that was quick. This past weekend's episode of Doctor Who, Flatline, saw The Doctor's timeship display a new ability to protect itself from imminent destruction - Siege Mode, which turned the TARDIS into a teeny, nigh on invincible Gallifreyan cube. Now you can buy a Siege Mode TARDIS of your very own!
Fifty years ago today, Doctor Who began his time-traveling adventures. Today, no matter where you are, the BBC turns your TV into a TARDIS, showing Doctor Who: Day of the Doctor simultaneously around the world.
"Argh, um, ooh... actually that's kinda interesting" is an approximate record of my thoughts as I heard the Time Harp play in this vid for the first time. The robo-musical instrument grinds plastic discs against strings to make them resonate, activated by motion sensors. And it produces...well, a kind of vooming hum…
Fans of the revivified British TV series Doctor Who are, apparently, reeling, after the shock discovery that the Tardis, the Time Lords' equivalent to a Toyota Prius, comes in a flatpack. "I expected the Tardis to beam down from some far-off galaxy," said one shocked onlooker, "but it looked more like some flatpack…
Unfortunately, there is not much in the way of information (or pictures for that matter) of the Tardis bedroom that Steve Baker of Sittingbourne, Kent, built for his 10-year-old son George, but the image included here should give you the gist. Obviously the kid is a rabid Doctor Who fan —an obsession that is only…
This is what you get when you combine a MAME arcade cabinet with a home made TARDIS replica box. Sad, yet impressive, all at the same time.
Unfortunately we're neither British nor Doctor Who fans, so this USB Tardis Hub doesn't really excite us as much as, say, a USB Battlestar Galactica hub or a USB Jack Bauer hub. But we're sure some of our readers love the good Doctor and would love to plug in their gadgets to his four-port Tardis.