LEGO Cuusoo has previously banned fans from submitting Doctor Who designs due to conflicts over licensing agreements. In a statement on LEGO Cuusoo’s License Conflicts and Resolutions page on their website, the licensing conflict has now been resolved.
“Sometimes we have to turn down project submissions that refer to specific brands or licensed properties. We do this to avoid getting your hopes up for something we know we aren’t able to make. In these cases, we already know the LEGO Group can’t secure licensing rights to produce construction toys based on a particular brand or property, due to a conflicting interest with a third party. If such a conflict goes away, we’ll then be able to accept projects based on a particular brand or license.”
“If your project was previously turned down, archived, or deleted due to a licensing conflict that is now resolved, you may re-submit it as a new project. Supporters from past projects cannot be applied to a future project.”
Since then, 20 Doctor Who designs have been submitted or re-submitted on LEGO Cuusoo. Check out each design and vote for your favorites.
[Via Doctor Who 24/7]
Alice X. Zhang, one of my favorite artist, has created these amazing covers of the Tenth and Eleventh Doctors for Titan Comics upcoming Doctor Who comic series.
DOCTOR WHO: THE TENTH DOCTOR #1
THE TENTH DOCTOR IS BACK, IN AN ALL-NEW ONGOING SERIES! NEW COMPANION! NEW HORIZONS! UNFORGETTABLE NEW FOES! ALLONS-Y!
Eisner Award-winning writer Nick Abadzis (Laika) and fan-favorite artist Elena Casagrande (Angel, Suicide Risk, Doctor Who, Star Trek) take control of the TARDIS for their first five-issue arc with the Tenth Doctor! And don’t miss the second arc, by fellow series architect Robbie Morrison (Drowntown, Nikolai Dante, The Authority).
DOCTOR WHO: THE ELEVENTH DOCTOR #1
THE ELEVENTH DOCTOR RETURNS IN AN ALL-NEW ONGOING SERIES, WITH A TIME-TWISTING LEAP INTO THE UNKNOWN! GERONIMO!
Series architects Al Ewing (Loki: Agent of Asgard, Mighty Avengers, Trifecta) and Rob Williams (Revolutionary War, Ordinary, Miss Fury, The Royals: Masters of War, Trifecta) kick off a whirlwind adventure through eternity for the Eleventh Doctor, with artist Simon Fraser (Nikolai Dante, Grindhouse, Doctor Who).
Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor and Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor comic series will be available in stores on July 23, 2014.
[Via BBC Doctor Who]
The spin Doctor ring is available for both gents and ladies. The ring is available in sterling silver, 14 karat white and yellow gold as well as platinum.
The Spin Doctor-Gents:
- Silver natural – Gents – $1,550 – Ladies – $1,500
- Sterling Synthetic - Gents - $1,075 - Ladies - $1,050
- 14k Yellow Natural - Gents - $2,950 - Ladies - $2,250
- 14k Yellow Synthetic - Gents - $2,150 - Ladies - $1,750
- 14k white Natural - Gents - $2,950 - Ladies - $2,250
- 14k White Synthetic - Gents - $2,150 - Ladies - $1,750
- Platinum Natural - Gents - $3,850 - Ladies - $3,050
- Platinum Synthetic - Gents - $3,250 - Ladies - $2,650
You can purchase the ring at Paul Michael Design Etsy store. Paul Michael will be offering a pendant and bracelet charm next month.
Perfect engagement ring for a Whovian!
Stunning spinning TARDIS ring with Dalek bumps on the side. Created by Paul Michael Bierker, who also created the USS Enterprise Ring, Bounty Hunter Ring, and other Geeky engagement rings. No details yet on how much the ring cost or when it will go on sale.
Update via Paul Michael Design Facebook:
Here are some options for you to ponder. No bumps, negative bumps and we will make these in white, yellow and rose gold, Sterling silver and Platinum.
Prices for the rings will be confirmed Monday, February 24.
[Via Paul Michael Design Facebook]
Epic Star Trek/Doctor Who crossover created by comic artist Mike Mayhew and artist/colorist Rainier Beredo.
The New Zealand Mint has released the newest coin in its Doctor Who series called The Doctor Who Monsters. A limited of 5,ooo Dalek collectible coins are now on sale. The series will also include the Weeping Angels, Cybermen, Silurians, and the Sontarans. The Dalek collectible coin is available for $70.
Check out the New Zealand Mint website for more information.
Doctor Who Collectible Coins:
The set can be purchased for $699. The set of coins is packaged inside a silver-coloured fob watch case. The coins can also be purchased individually for $70.
Artist Matthew Savage has worked on designs for movies such as Prometheus, Kick Ass, X-Men: First Class, and The Dark Knight. He was also a design assistant for Series 1 & 2 of Doctor Who. Savage has designed these impressive Doctor Who concept art of the TARDIS console room, Daleks, and more.
If you’re a fan of Doctor Who, check out Savage’s blog to see all of his Doctor Who artwork.
TARDIS concept art:
Cyberman concet art:
Dalek concept art:
TARDIS at a futuristic city:
Omega concept art:
Fantastic cosplay! Cosplayer Bewitched Raven created a stunning half TARDIS and half Dalek dress, which lights up in both the headband and skirt. I love that she added a door handle on the TARDIS side of the dress. Photography by CONograpghy, convention and specialty photographer.
Make sure to check out Bewitched Raven’s Facebook page. She has tons of great designs and cosplays.
[Via Geek Native]
Let the cosplay begin! Designer Howard Burden has created the Twelfth Doctor’s new look. Peter Capaldi will be wearing a dark blue Crombie coat with red lining, dark blue trousers, a white shirt as well as black Dr. Marten shoes.
BBC Press release:
The Doctor has a new look as Peter Capaldi’s era officially begins. In a picture released today by the BBC, Capaldi can be seen in the costume that will define his time as the Twelfth Time Lord in one of TV’s biggest roles. Sporting a dark blue Crombie coat with red lining, dark blue trousers, a white shirt as well as black Dr. Marten shoes, the look was created by Doctor Who costume designer Howard Burden.
Commenting on his costume, Peter Capaldi said: “He’s woven the future from the cloth of the past. Simple, stark, and back to basics. No frills, no scarf, no messing, just 100 per cent Rebel Time Lord.” While lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat added: “New Doctor, new era, and of course new clothes. Monsters of the universe, the vacation is over – Capaldi is suited and booted and coming to get you!”
Filming for episode one of series 8 began earlier this month, after 10.2 million tuned-in on Christmas Day to get their first much-anticipated glimpse of Capaldi’s Doctor. Charlotte Moore, Controller of BBC One, commented: “Peter Capaldi’s Doctor is officially recorded in history today with the unveiling of his new costume. It’s sharp, smart and stylish – The Twelfth Time Lord means business.” [Via BBC]
The new costume remind’s me of the Third Doctor. Here’s to prove it.
Some people love it and others hate it. What do you think of the Twelfth Doctor’s costume?