Hot Topic is teaming up with the BBC for a limited-edition line of “Doctor Who”-inspired fashion, which includes dresses adapted from the Tenth and Eleventh Doctors’ costumes, a knit cardigan sporting Weeping Angels, a sweater inspired by the Fourth Doctor’s scarf, and tons of TARDIS apparel.
According to Entertainment Weekly, the nine-piece collection hits stores on Friday, exclusively at Hot Topic’s website. Prices for the clothing range from $48 to $90 USD, with plus sizes included. Check out some of the “Doctor Who” garb Hot Topic has to offer below:
I’ve often heard creators who’ve worked on the comic-book adventures of Doctor Who comment that current showrunner Steven Moffat is somewhat dismissive of the contributions comics have made to the character’s extended canon. That said, last Saturday’s episode featured the recurring series MacGuffin “the Eye of Harmony,” which has Alan Moore to thank for around 50 percent of its backstory.
In his first season in charge, Moffat inserted an episode based upon the Doctor Who Monthly strip “The Lodger” by Gareth Roberts, adapted by Roberts himself. His second season featured the Ray Bradbury and Hugo award-winning “The Doctor’s Wife” written by Neil Gaiman, who’s been known to write a comic or two in his time. He’s returned to the series this season to write “Nightmare in Silver.”