In this episode, I highlight two free websites that will help all Dr. Who collectors. The first is The Tardis Library (www.timelash.com/tardis) and The Doctor Who Toybox (www.doctorwhotoybox.co.uk) The first will not only help you find books, audio, and video items, but offers a free way to keep track of them. Check it out! This with collection protection and the most outrageous offer! I include a bonus clip that includes John Nathan-Turner answering the question about a woman taking the role of Dr. Who back in 1984! Keep Collecting!
In this episode, I talk to eight distinguished collectors of Target Books including Tony Whitt (Host and Producer of The Dr. Who Target Book Club Podcast), Nigel Adams, David Russell, Lee Thompson, William Thompson, Randy Holndoner, Chris DeLuca, and Eluides Pagan. We discuss everything about the beloved Target novels. With collectors from the UK and the US we here different experiences. We also protect those Target Books in Collection Protection and an outrageous offer that caused the seller to correct the price the day after this was produced. They claim it was automatic pricing software. Keep Collecting!
In this episode, I talk about a prototype or test copy of an item that never went to market and was never available for sale. How many such items exist? No one knows. When these leak out they fetch huge sums to own. This is the ill fated Target Book Collection. A hardcover book with reversible dust cover with a magazine detailing the story and release. Here it is The Web of Fear. I may have the only copy, there might be a few more. Who knows? Maybe you do! Here is an item you might not be able to get!
In this episode, I talk to seasoned Dr. Who collectors and ask them to address the concerns that collectors often have. I am joined by David Russel, Chris DeLuca, and Eluides Pagan. I left the discussion unedited so please excuse that David drops out briefly and comes back. David is from England and the rest from the US. We also have Collection Protection and the Most Outrageous offer. I close with a little disco with a clip of "Dr. Who" by the group Mankind.
Sometimes you have something that you might not consider a collectible. This convention program helped make history and is more valuable to me than anything else. In 1983 I attended my first Dr. Who Convention put on by Chicago Comicon. It was amazing, but the program had important information about every fan club in Chicago.
Many private collectors became heroes by giving us The War Machines Part 2 and Evil of the Daleks Part 2. Some have chosen not to share their missing stories with the world. Is this right? This is the ultimate collectible. Also, a longer collection protection to protect those films and the most outrageous offer of a Sontaran variety.
Episode 25: Dalekmania Box set! Also eBay searches, Collection Protection, and the Most Outrageous offer!
A box set called Dalekmania. A Limited edition box set, which apart from the Dalekmania video, also contains an exclusive book by Marcus Hearn: Doctor Who at the Cinema, two rolled-up A2-sized posters from the Dalek movies, and six postcards. We also answer a question about good eBay searches, Collection protection for your old Radio Times magazines, and a Target paperback for $150?? Thanks for listening.
Episode 24: The Un-Official Master Annual 2074! Also Price Gouging, Collection Protection, and a tribute to Roger Delgado!
An annual has never been released that focused on the Master, until now! Terraqueous Distributors have done it again with the Un-official Master Annual 2074. We look at it page by page! I also address price gouging of Dr. Who collectibles on Facebook and eBay, might get me banned again! We have protection collection and a nice audio tribute to Roger Delgado. Cue Frazer!
Allan Wingate published hardcover books for a long time. They stopped in 1959. In 1974, the company decided to publish only two books the entire year. Thankfully, they were Dr. Who books! The Auton Invasion and the Cave Monsters were the only two published by Allan Wingate in 1974. It was so successful, they published two more in 1975! Join me on this discussion with our guest Tony Whitt, the host and producer of the Doctor Who Target Book Club Podcast! This along with collection protection, the most outrageous offer, and a bonus audio clip! I share some stories about my days as a Dr. Who dealer that have not been shared before! Keep Collecting!
Several Dr. Who books were published as Omnibus editions or Book Club editions which feature more than one Dr. Who Story. Some were only available to members. Now you can find them all over the world of eBay and used book stores. Here they all are!