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June 24th, 2020 5 comments

Hero Collector The Mind Robber T-Shirt

Available to order from www.shop.eaglemoss.com

Continue exploring the greatest adventures in the history of Doctor Who, with brand new iconic designs brought to life by top artists!

This Doctor Who The Mind Robber T-Shirt features artwork by Rian Hughes, cover artist for the officlal Doctor Who comic, commemorating the surreal Second Doctor adventure The Mind Robber (1968). Stranded in the Land of Fiction, Patrick Troughton’s Doctor overcame mythical creatures and superheroes in order to return to reality. This stark design, reminiscent of classic science fiction movie posters, features one of the robots who patrolled the White Void beyond.

The Doctor Who The Mind Robber T-Shirt was designed with a crew neck for a comfortable fit and is perfect for everyday wear. Available in white or black, you can match it with any outfit.

Don’t forget, you can also buy this image as a special limited-edition print and bring this surreal Doctor Who event to your home or office.


Categorised under: Clothing, T Shirts

5 comments

  • Anon

    June 24th, 2020 - 2:19pm

    That it is related to The Mind Robber is incredible, considering that bland uniformity is what the Doctor says is so dreadful about the machine’s plans for humanity!

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  • Dalek z

    June 24th, 2020 - 12:13pm

    Can’t wait to have to explain to non Who people what that is, non Who people are annoying they should know their Who robots! lol

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  • Anonymous

    June 24th, 2020 - 12:00pm

    Why are all of these so uninspiring?

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    • Anon

      June 24th, 2020 - 2:16pm

      A group of geometric shapes (which is what this is) lack connection or humanity. A computer could, and maybe has, spat this out.

    • Dalek z

      June 24th, 2020 - 4:13pm

      What? Computer pictures? You sit in Paris and talk of computer pictures? Listen, I’ll take you somewhere and show you some real paintings painted by real people.

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