The Diamond Anniversary celebrations continue with a range of merchandise devoted to Tom Baker

Doctor Who’s 60th Anniversary year is officially here! And Forbidden Planet’s celebrations are continuing as their Diamond Collection adds the Fourth Doctor to its range. Each month this year will feature a host of merchandise for a different Doctor and February is Tom Baker month. The new items available to pre-order now, ahead of its release on the 13th of next month.

The collection features a range of products including t-shirts, sweatshirts, coasters, badges, mugs and art prints. All featuring attractive new art devoted to the man still considered by many the Doctor. For each product, you can choose between a design featuring a classic full length portrait of Baker alongside the iconic 1973-1979 title sequence or one with his iconic catchphrase “Would you like a jelly baby?”

The full list of items includes:

  • “Would You Like a Jelly Baby?” pin badge
  • “Would You Like a Jelly Baby?” coaster
  • “Would You Like a Jelly Baby?” mug
  • “Would You Like a Jelly Baby?” art print
  • “Would You Like a Jelly Baby?” t-shirt (unisex fit)
  • “Would You Like a Jelly Baby?” sweatshirt
  • The Fourth Doctor mug
  • The Fourth Doctor coaster
  • The Fourth Doctor art print
  • The Fourth Doctor t-shirt (unisex and women’s fits)
  • The Fourth Doctor sweatshirt

Also added to the Diamond Collection for pre-order this month are items celebrating “Every Doctor’s TARDIS.” Based on the art used for the recent pin-badge collection, you can now get art prints and t-shirts featuring all the variations on the iconic time machine.

Meanwhile, many of the items from the Hartnell and Troughton ranges, like a “Forbidden to Dump Bodies in the River” poster and a recorder pin badge are still available now. As are t-shirts and hats featuring the “60 YEARS” logo and t-shirts for villains like the Daleks, the Cybermen and the Master.

The full list is available from Forbidden Planet now.


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