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Welcome to this week’s Doctor Who’s Day roundup, a terrifying trick-or-treat candy bag of sweet Whovian delights from the past week in social media and across the internet.

And as it is Halloween, we begin this week with a roundup of the exceptional fan costumes and artwork all gathered together under the hashtag #Wholloween.

Christel Dee led the charge, with her TARDIS headband:

On that note, here’s how to make your own Ood mask:

Or the clockwork droids from “The Girl in the Fireplace”

See? It works beautifully:

The fan art is suitably astonishing:

https://twitter.com/sophiecowdrey/status/925278343561449473

https://twitter.com/emsmem/status/925281046098337792

As is this incredible balloon Angel:

Time Lords are at large:

https://twitter.com/cielamisseh/status/923943262473326592

Did someone call for a Doctor?

https://twitter.com/annabelle_tiare/status/925286072250073089

River Song reborn:

Someone is going to have a lot of leftover candy:

Whovian pumpkins abound:

https://twitter.com/DiogenesOracle/status/924691070041997315

And above all else, there’s this gif:

Here’s what else has been going on in space and time this week:

• The Eighth Doctor is fighting the Time War:

• A speedily made LEGO tribute to the Thirteenth Doctor and friends:

• A Doctor Who / Stranger Things crossover:

• There’s a new fan-fiction challenge from Mixital:

https://twitter.com/mixital/status/922915124289007618

• Just in time for Christmas! (Part 1):

• The Tenth Doctor is BACK!

• Mr Huffle has his own fan art now:

• The Doctor and Amy and Rory… and Amy:

• The reconfigured Fourth Doctor adventure “Shada” has a new cover:

• Speaking of whom, who fancies a knitting challenge?

• Oh and look who he’s run into now…

• A three-way fan-art mashup:

Matt Smith appeared at a Doctor Who convention stand and no one knew who he was:

• On the twelfth Doctor of Christmas, my true love gave to meeeee…

• Just in time for Christmas! (Part 2):

• A superb Third Doctor fan poster:

• In the depths of Assassin’s Creed Origins, a familiar shape emerges:

• And to finish this week on a suitably thrilling note, here’s the opening credits to the fan-made film Doctor Who Velocity, which is worth it for the music alone:

TTFN!

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By Fraser McAlpine