Forbidden Planet have added even more to their range of merchandise celebrating the 2023 episodes

 

The collection of merchandise from Forbidden Planet marking the 60th Anniversary specials continues to grow. In addition to the already available items are new designs featuring the Fourteenth Doctor, Donna, and the TARDIS. There’s also Donna’s daughter Rose, and from The Star Beast the Meep and the Wrarth, and from The Giggle a print of the poster art and the design of the Toymaker’s ‘Mr. Emporium’ toy shop.

You can get the designs on a variety of mugs, t-shirts and posters. All of them are already available now to buy from the official Forbidden Planet website.

 

The full list of new items:

  • Doctor Donna Diamond Mug
  • Doctor Donna TARDIS Diamond T-shirt (unisex and women’s fits)
  • Rose Noble T-shirt (unisex and women’s fits)
  • Rose Noble Art Print
  • The Meep Art Print
  • The Wrarth Art Print
  • The Giggle Art Print
  • Mr. Emporium Logo T-shirt (unisex and women’s fits)

These new pieces of merchandise are in addition to the existing products dedicated to The Star Beast and Wild Blue Yonder and those for the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Doctors. With Ncuti Gatwa’s era just beginning, it seems likely that we can expect much more from Forbidden Planet in the New Year.

Forbidden Planet are also having a huge end of year Doctor Who sale, full of bargains such as comic book trade paperbacks for £1.99, art prints for £4.99, and action figure sets for £6.99. Also included in the sale are many of the products from this year’s Diamond Collection, featuring designs celebrating every single Doctor from Hartnell to Whittaker, and Hurt and Martin along the way.

 

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The Church on Ruby Road

Doctor Who returns with The Church on Ruby Road at 5.55pm on Christmas Day on BBC One in the UK and Ireland and simultaneously on Disney+ everywhere else

 

 

 

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