Doctor Who is a beautiful classic series that has spanned the world for over forty years, so it’s little wonder that there are so many Doctor Who collectibles out there. You can choose from TARDIS paperweights to cardboard boxes of every Doctor Who character you can imagine.
It also doesn’t hurt that the Who universe is so huge – the whole universe is interconnected, so it makes sense to buy products that will allow you to build your adventures with your Who gear. These are a few of the items I recommend if you’re looking to expand your Who collectibles collection.
If you have a young person in your life who is Doctor Who fans like my son, then you can also buy these famous Doctor Who figures for them to enjoy for a long time to come. I’m not going to lie to you, kids go crazy for the Who series, and they love all the different incarnations of the Doctor, especially those who played the best Doctor Who ever, the Tenth Doctor.
There are TARDIS paperweights and cardboard boxes to hold all the different incarnations of the Doctor Who characters, all illustrated by Matt Smith. They also have a TARDIS console, which is the latest in Doctor Who collectibles to hit the market. All of these toys are sure to be a big hit with any Who fan.
Why People Love Doctor Who
One of the most asked questions about the iconic Doctor Who series is why people love the Doctor so much? The answer is simple – the Doctor Who series is an exciting fantasy adventure that tackles fantastic concepts and ideas. In the modern period, the TARDIS, a time-travelling device, the Doctor and his loyal followers, the Cybermen, to a variety of different planets across the universe.
This adventure includes adventures on both space and ground and is the perfect way for young children to learn about space travel and time travel. Children are often curious about these concepts, and having the Doctor Who series to play with is one of the best ways for them to learn about the basics of science fiction.
Fighting Bad Enemies
People love Doctor Who so much can be summed up by thinking about how the Doctor fights evil. Throughout the series, the Doctor is a constant reminder that there’s no right way to do things, making him an engaging protagonist for a TV show. The Doctor is extraordinary and very different from any other person the viewers have ever seen, even the original Doctor who William Hartnell played in the first series of Doctor Who.
The Doctor is a classic character known for being curious, logical, and often a bit off-beat, making people love him even more. However, the Doctor also has extraordinary principles and unique skills. This is one of the main reasons people love the series so much – they understand the Doctor a little better than most other characters.
Here is the complete list of all the Thirteen Doctors:
William Henry Hartnell
– The First Doctor
Patrick George Troughton
– The Second Doctor
John Devon Roland “Jon” Pertwee
– The Third Doctor
Thomas Stewart Baker
– The Fourth Doctor
Peter Malcolm Gordon Moffett (Peter Davison)
– The Fifth Doctor
– The Sixth Doctor
– The Seventh Doctor
Paul John McGann
– The Eighth Doctor
– The Ninth Doctor
David John Tennant
– The Tenth Doctor
Matthew Robert Smith
– The Eleventh Doctor
Peter Dougan Capaldi
– The Twelfth Doctor
– The Thirteenth Doctor