A Dalek on the Bafta red carpet
I thought you whovians might appreciate the fact that Doctor Who fish tank decorations are a thing that exists.
There’s also a cyberman helmet and a tiny cyberman upper body thing, but I don’t have a picture of those.
Alright so we found this toy house kinda thing that really looks like a Dalek with my brother from a secondhand store in the toy section. I think in the price tag it was labeled as a toy house, but really, just look at it… It has such a high resemblance to a Dalek that we cant really tell which one it is supposed to be in the end.
Do you see a Dalek or a shower?
So I recently bought this Dalek talking plushie
and if you sleep hugging a stuffed plushie and roll over a lot take my word for it and don’t sleep with it because last night I was hugging this dalek and was perfectly asleep and happy and I rolled over and I rolled too much and the dalek got squished and yelled “EXTERMINATE! EXTERMINATE!” really loudly at like 5 in the morning and yeah I was 200% sure I was about to be murdered.
The guy driving the car next to me has a Dalek hanging from his mirror. Tried to get his attention by shining my sonic screwdriver into his car, but it didn’t work.
The second of two “Collector’s Covers” of Matt and Jenna on the cover of Entertainment Weekly
The magazines hit U.S. stores tomorrow, March 22. The tablet version is available worldwide.
favorite screencaps of dw season one for maleficentseven
@Markgatiss: Farewell to the great Ray Cusick. His passing is especially sad in this anniversary year but his creation remains immortal. Daleks forever!
Vale Raymond Cusick (1928-2013) - Designer of the Dalek.
The Daleks are arguable the first instance of mass media marketing. They were everywhere in the UK in the 1960s. Dalek toys, tea-towels, costumes, games, books, comics, jelly-moulds etc.
Ray was a regular on the Doctor Who convention circuit and always had time to speak to fans of the show. A humble man.
Thank you Ray.
Ray Cusick with one of his creations
Ray Cusick, the BBC designer who created the look of the Daleks, died in his sleep Thursday. He was 84.
thank you Ray Cusick for giving us the Daleks and may you rest in peace
Former BBC designer Ray Cusick died of heart failure in his sleep on Thursday, Claire Heawood added.
The Daleks became the iconic villains in cult science fiction series Doctor Who, which is due to mark its 50th anniversary with events this year.
Mr Cusick, from Horsham, West Sussex, leaves two daughters and seven grandchildren, his family said.
These items are the handiwork of Nick Robatto, one of Doctor Who’s longest serving prop-makers, and he’s created Rubbertoe Replicas in order to make and sell replica props and Whovian memorabilia with a similar attention to detail. Find out more here.
Your phone tells you the time, so it’s time for your watch to evolve into something cooler. Why not a Dalek controller? After all, if you’re going to implement your nefarious plan to take over the world, you’re going to need a couple dozen Dalek to exterminate all of your foes in a timely fashion.
This blue LCD watch comes with a remote controlled blue Dalek. Use the buttons on the watch to drive the Dalek around and exterminate tiny things. The Dalek can attach to the watchband or hang from your keychain when not in use, but seriously, this little monster is going to get a lot of use, so you probably won’t need to bother with storing it!
- Digital watch with R/C Dalek toy attached
- Blue Dalek is controlled by the buttons on your watch
- When not in use, attach Dalek to watch or keychain
- Officially licensed Doctor Who collectible