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September 15th, 2019 4 comments

Andrew Skilleter Target Collection 2020 Calendar

NEW! THE TARGET CALENDAR COLLECTION Exclusive Limited Edition from Doctor Who Artist Andrew Skilleter.

Available to order while stocks last from

An Edition of ONLY 50 Collections! A unique collector’s item or a seasonal gift.

  • An edition of Just 50 Collections
  • Contents presented in a white board envelope with Title Graphics
  • The Andrew Skilleter Target Art Calendar* A4 with 12 Target Book cover paintings – wiro-bound
  • The Daleks’ Master Plan faux Target proof signed exclusive to this collection (No watermark on actual cover)
  • BONUS Signed A4 Print : The Dalek Special cover artwork archival quality signed A4 Print (New and unavailable elsewhere!)
  • Target Collection Bookmarks: Three large bookmarks with luxury finish

Target original cover art featured in the Calendar:The Dalek Special, Warrior’s Gate, Meglos, The Keeper of Traken, The Leisure Hive, State of Decay, The Planet of Fire, The Caves of Androzani, The Two Doctors, Galaxy Four, Destiny of the Daleks, The Twin Dilemma (Published version)

Categorised under: Annuals, diaries and calendars, Books


  • RW

    September 17th, 2019 - 11:23am


    Why not produce more sets at a lower price for more fans to enjoy?

    • The Flying Shark

      September 17th, 2019 - 2:48pm

      I agree-that’s a hell of a lot for a calendar. I realise it has lots of bonus collectors’ pieces with it, but in that case, why not just sell those separately and make a bog standard 12 month picture calendar like the rest for a tenner or so? Allowing a bit of leeway to say fifteen maybe seeing as it’s a low run, small interest item.

    • booboo

      September 17th, 2019 - 3:14pm

      you would have to print 100’s if not 1000’s to get it at £10 like Danilo etc, and that would be a basic product, This is a very small niche market quality product, get it wrong and you risk you own money.

    • Anonymous

      September 17th, 2019 - 2:50pm

      He could do that but if they don’t sell he’ll be out of pocket and at the end of it all he owns this art, it’s how he makes his living. He has produce the calendar, pay for it to be made, shipped and marketed. That all costs money. I think as fans we sometimes lose sight of the realities of life. You don’t have to buy it but I know people who love his art and will happily pay the money for it.

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