The Doctor Who paper dolls collection is a celebration of 12 Doctors and 14 Companions. The book also has a few pages devoted to tips for personal cosplay. I’m not the craftiest of people but I found this book very easy to use. All you need is a sharp pair of scissors and some time for fun.
I loved the educational info on each page. Each doctor has a bio listing the actors, their time spent as the Doctor, and what episode their signature outfits debuted in. There are also tidbits of information about the signature wardrobe pieces of each Doctor. For example, Tom Baker’s long scarf was the result of Begonia Pope’s misunderstanding the knitting directions she was given.
Some of Who’s fan favorite companions are spotlighted in the collection. They are mostly female and include the most recent companion, Bill Potts.
This is a really fun book that also has the opportunity to hone your crafting skills and increase your Doctor Who knowledge.
Written by Kai Charles
Kai Charles is a Medical Professional, Jedi Hopeful, and Independent Book Reviewer at Fiction State of Mind. You can also find her on Twitter @yogikai, tweeting about all things relating to Books and Geek Culture. Blog link: fictionstateofmind.blogspot.com
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