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How To Dress Like Doctor Who
So far, in the run-up to Comic-Con 2012, we’ve looked at Rose, Captain Jack and Martha and how best to dress up as them in such a way that people know you’re dressed up as them. Now it’s Donna’s turn, and again …
As we mentioned in the Rose Tyler How To Dress, it’s sometimes harder for the female Whovians to get across the fact that they’re in costume, when so many of the most recent crop of companions tend to wear fashionable …
Boys, this is an easy one. A little bit of digging about in your nearest army surplus store or uniform supply warehouse (you’ve got those in every town, right?) and your costume is as good as finished.
It’s that time of year again, Comic-Con is on the way (10 days and counting) and it’s time to get those cosplay outfits together. But while it’s fairly easy to knock up a Doctor outfit that looks like a Doctor outfit …
Well what a ride it has been. We’ve finally reached the end of our guide to Whovian cosplay, and we’ve learned a lot along the way.
Thanks largely to the efforts of Rose Tyler, the Tenth Doctor – played with huge transparency by David Tennant – regains some of his old flair. His old war scars start to heal, only to be replaced by a deep melancholy when forced to …
The Ninth Doctor
There has to be a point where the silliness ends, and in the case of Doctor Who, this occurred after the series was cancelled and after the TV movie, during the quiet years of the early 2000s.
After the DIY nightmare of the Sixth Doctor’s coat, and the knitting yourself blind problems of the Seventh Doctor’s sweater, here’s a costume that should be fairly straightforward to get sorted. And we’ve …
This is where it all gets a bit painful, especially if you were around at the time. Everything about the early attempts to make Sylvester McCoy into the Seventh Doctor seem to indicate that as far as the production team were concerned, …
Let’s pause a moment to recap. The First Doctor dressed like an Edwardian patriarch, the Second Doctor was a clown, the Third Doctor a dandy, the Fourth Doctor looked like an eccentric Lord (with a constantly cold neck) and the …