Wednesday, 29 June 2011

T-Shirt roundup

This week sees a few Doctor Who inspired t-shirts available to purchase online, and a number of retailers have kindly offered Doctor Who News readers a discount code when ordering their design!
 


Qwertee have launched the latest in their popular Doctor Who designs; created by "zerobriant" and "rtofirefly", the t-shirt is only available for two days.
The 'My Regeneration Tour' is live on stage! Fresh from their last performance at Satellite 5, The WHOs are the greatest band of all -Time-! Paul McGann's sonic screams wail out across the universe, accompanied by killer licks from Tom Baker on lead guitar, and a smooth groove from the bass guitardis of Matt Smith! And you can expect David Tennant to EX-TER-MI-NATE his drum solo with the precision of a Doctor.
Doctor Who News readers may claim a 40p/50¢ discount off the t-shirt by using the code doctorwhonews.net when ordering.

 


Other Tees are currently running a t-shirt design based upon the Beatles' iconic Abbey Road; designed by "NanaLArt", the t-shirt is available for the next four days.
I really like The Beatles and I really like Doctor Who. I decided to make an equation full of awesome! I know the Abbey Road theme has been done before but if you haven't put Daleks on a meme then you're not doing it right!
Doctor Who News readers may claim 50 cents off the price of the t-shirt by using the code WhoNewsPage when ordering.
 


If you missed the chance to get Procrastinate when this was available as an offer for Doctor Who News before, it is now available to purchase from 604republic, which is a semi-permanent item in their catalogue.
This Dalek has decided to replace his typical cry of “Exterminate” with something a bit more relaxing, after all, the exterminate part can always get done tomorrow.
Doctor Who News readers may claim 10% off their order by using the promotional code DOCTORWHONEWS at checkout.

 


Sharksplode have released a design by Joel Watson based on an idea by Star Trek: The Next Generation actor Wil Wheaton, entitled "Fighting Time Lords".
It is both timey-wimey and spacey-wacey.