- Grade Level: Kindergarten - 12
- Cards: 100 pages
- Publisher: PENGUIN GROUP (UK); Crds edition (September 11, 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1405908297
- ISBN-13: 978-1405908290
- Product Dimensions: 4.6 x 2.5 x 6.7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #931,532 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Doctor Who Postcards from Time and Space Cards – November 22, 2011
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Top Customer Reviews
"Introducing 100 postcards of all Doctor Who's iconic characters, terrifying monsters and incredible places the Doctor has visited, all packed in a stylish keepsake box. Send them to your friends, stick them on your wall, or keep them as a classic collectable!"
Personally, I find the above description to be misleading. "All of Doctor Who's iconic characters/monsters/places" really translates into a vast majority of Matt Smith-era monsters. Some aliens and monsters from Tennant's and Eccleston's run are included but are few and far between. As far as Time Lords characters go, you have one single (large) picture of Tennant (sharing the postcard with Smith), and another very very tiny Tennant on the bottom left corner of card #57. For the human characters/companions, you have an abundance of Amelia, River, and Rory, and three appearances of The Doctor's Wife (also sharing the postcard with Smith, and one with an Ood). No Eccleston or any other companions anywhere. Barely a nod to Rose, but no actual representation of Eccleston, Martha, Donna, Mickey, Wilfred, or any other characters not from Smith's era.
If you feel like reading, I will list all the postcards below. If not you can scroll to my comments at the bottom and skip the following list:
1) The "DW" Doctor Who logo.Read more ›
The quality and make are clear and sturdy. Great for mailing. : )
The cardstock is thick and heavy and the pictures are great quality and bright. Like other reviewers have mentioned, all of the cards are primarily Matt Smith and Amy Pond era cards. I would highly recommend these postcards to anyone who likes Matt Smith and Amy Pond.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Arrived in perfect condition, expediently. The artwork/images for the set of postcards is top notch. Ideal for Whovians everywhere.Published 13 months ago by Cylithria Dubois
I wish I had read the reviews more thoroughly before purchasing. All mainly the 11th Dr and that crew. 11th! Hello.... where are the other 10? I feel a bit mislead.Published 18 months ago by Meepers
Nice cards in a nice box. Strictly the modern series, not classic who.Published 21 months ago by n varney
Exactly what I wanted! High quality, sturdy Doctor Who Postcards in an awesome tardis-looking box. They arrived right away in perfect condition! Excellent Seller!Published 22 months ago by Paulette Rosen