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November 29th, 2019 11 comments

Hero Collector Genesis of the Daleks T-Shirt

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Use The Code DALEK15 For 15% off (valid as of 29/11/2019)

Celebrate the greatest adventures in the history of Doctor Who with the iconic artwork brought to life by top artists!

Doctor Who Genesis of the Daleks T-Shirt uses the artwork by Adrian Salmon who commemorates the Fourth Doctor’s Adventure Genesis of the Daleks (1975). Davros, the creator of the Daleks, is surrounded by his soldiers in a war-like poster.

The Genesis of the Daleks T-Shirt was designed with a crew neck for a comfortable fit and is perfect for everyday wear. The unique design is printed over a burgundy T-shirt that will suit anyone. Don’t forget that you can separately get this limited edition print and bring the Daleks to your home or office – available soon.

Celebrate the greatest adventures in the history of Doctor Who with brand new iconic designs brought to life by top artists as part of the Episodic Collection!

Our November debut, the Genesis of the Daleks T-Shirt features artwork by Doctor Who veteran Adrian Salmon commemorating the Doctor’s first encounter with Davros in the Tom Baker classic, Genesis of the Daleks (1975). Davros, the creator of the Daleks, is surrounded by his soldiers in a propaganda-style poster.

Adrian says, “I suggested that as well as Davros and the Daleks, it should include the Thal rocket and Kaled dome that feature prominently in this iconic story, which added a Russian Constructivist feel to the poster.”

Then, in December, the Tomb of the Cybermen T-Shirt features a design by Rian Hughes, paying homage to Patrick Troughton’s previously lost adventure The Tomb of the Cybermen (1967). The distinctive logo of the Cybermen is surrounded by alien symbols against a stylish black background.

Rian says, “The circular design is based on the one seen on the tomb in the episode itself, while the type is based on an early computer-readable font called OCR-A, so it seems the Cybermen were still in the early days of computing themselves.”

Finally, in January, the Day of the Doctor T-Shirt features more artwork by Rian Hughes, bringing to life the 50th Anniversary multi-Doctor epic The Day of the Doctor (2013). The colourful design captures the moment when the Daleks attack the city, as all thirteen Doctors unite to save Gallifrey while the Daleks destroy themselves in the crossfire.

Rian says, “The 50th Anniversary episode managed to bring together The Daleks and the Zygons, Tom Baker antagonists I vividly remember from their original appearance in Terror of the Zygons back in 1975. I still have the free Weetabix card that featured them.”

All of the T-shirts have been designed with a crew neck for a comfortable fit and are perfect for everyday wear. Don’t forget you will also be able to buy these images as special limited-edition prints and bring these unforgettable Doctor Who moments to your home or office – coming soon.

Further designs will be released on a monthly basis – with upcoming artists including Lisa Henke, Robert Hack, Karen Hallion, Brian Williamson, and more – so keep your eyes peeled for other highlights from the Doctor Who Episodic Collection!

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  • The Outcast

    December 1st, 2019 - 2:42pm

    Can’t order this outside the EU 🙁

  • Sean Bassett

    November 30th, 2019 - 8:41am

    Nice designs, but £19.99 is way too expensive for a t-shirt. Should be £11 at the most.

    • booboo

      November 30th, 2019 - 9:48am

      Again your are not in touch with current prices for licensed products these people don’t work for nothing £15 – £25 is normal

    • Anonymous

      November 30th, 2019 - 11:43am

      Don’t waste your time boo boo, people just won’t listen. £20 is an average price now. (£15-25 as you say)

    • Sean Bassett

      November 30th, 2019 - 1:28pm

      Well you won’t get me paying £20. Primark only charge a fiver for many of their licensed t-shirts, so not really an excuse.

    • booboo

      November 30th, 2019 - 1:35pm

      no excuse needed, The prices are fine. Those are Cheap mass produced high street merchandise, these are not, you are simply not in touch with this market and the costs involved.

      I’ve been putting Doctor Who t-shirts on this site for 12 years so i know.

    • Anonymous

      December 1st, 2019 - 2:53am

      We’ve had this before, the price is perfectly acceptable for a limited quality item, not a mass produced poor quality item. Feel free to stick to primark and we’ll buy these

  • Ellen Murphy

    November 29th, 2019 - 10:25pm

    The two designs look great. but maybe they should be a little bigger more design less t- shirt. The Day of the Doctor one is very nice. As Steven Moffat and Russell T. Davies once said in an interview” everything is better with a Dalek in it”. ☺

    • Anonymous

      November 30th, 2019 - 12:49am

      Actually I’d like more T-Shirt preferably 4XL & upwards! But I know what you mean…

  • Demdike@CultLabs

    November 29th, 2019 - 6:16pm

    The Day of the Doctor image always screams ‘Pizzas’ to me.

    • Anonymous

      November 29th, 2019 - 6:30pm

      I think the day image screams 60’s movies to me. It’s great as is the genesis one

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