Books

Doctor Who Paper Dolls

Simon Guerrier (and others)

The Doctor has many faces… and many outfits!

Take a romp through time and space with this fantastic collection of Doctor Who paper dolls. Hours of crafty, cosplay fun to be had, with 26 dolls – including all 12 Doctors and a range of companions and characters, from Rose and Donna to Missy and new companion Bill – and over 50 different outfits to change them into. Learn the secrets behind the costumes, with insights from the actors and producers, and find out how to take your own dress-up to the next level with cosplay tips from Doctor Who: The Fan Show’s Christel Dee.

Featuring some of the show’s most iconic looks, Doctor Who Paper Dolls is fun, immersive and totally addictive.

Whographica

Steve O'Brien (and others)

JUST HOW TALL IS THE MASTER?

WHO WAS KILLED BY PSYCHIC SPIDER ELECTRICITY?

WHAT CAN’T A SONIC SCREWDRIVER DO?

More colourful than Tom Baker’s scarf, and more clever than Osgood, Whographica explores the rich and peculiar history of Doctor Who through infographics, charts, maps – and more! Follow the tangled threads of the Doctor’s family tree. Discover the secrets of Dalek evolution. Learn what the Doctor so desperately wants to know himself: where and when to find his home planet.

Captivating, intriguing, beautiful and strange, Whographica will show you so much more than the average eye is allowed to see. Because, if you look hard, there are more wonders in this universe than you could have ever dreamed of.

Biography

Ben Morris is an Edinburgh-based illustrator. He is a regular contributor to Doctor Who Adventures comic and also Doctor Who Magazine, for which he illustrates Steven Moffat’s Production Notes column (originally Russell T Davies’). His illustrations appeared in the 2011 and 2012 editions of The Brilliant Book of Doctor Who.