Doctor Who: The TARDIS Handbook (2020)

Doctor Who: The TARDIS Handbook Steve Tribe Doctor Who The TARDIS Handbook As the Eleventh Doctor and Amy embark on all new adventures in time and space The TARDIS Handbook gives you the inside scoop on years of travel aboard the Doctor s famous time machine Everything
  • Title: Doctor Who: The TARDIS Handbook
  • Author: Steve Tribe
  • ISBN: 9781846079863
  • Page: 345
  • Format: Hardcover
Doctor Who: The TARDIS Handbook Steve Tribe As the Eleventh Doctor and Amy embark on all new adventures in time and space, The TARDIS Handbook gives you the inside scoop on 900 years of travel aboard the Doctor s famous time machine Everything you need to know about the TARDIS is here where it came from, where it s been, how it works, and how it has changed since we first encountered it in a London junkyard in 19As the Eleventh Doctor and Amy embark on all new adventures in time and space, The TARDIS Handbook gives you the inside scoop on 900 years of travel aboard the Doctor s famous time machine Everything you need to know about the TARDIS is here where it came from, where it s been, how it works, and how it has changed since we first encountered it in a London junkyard in 1963.Including photos, design drawings, floor plans and instruction manuals from different eras of the series, this handbook explores the ship s endless interior, looking inside its wardrobe and bedrooms, its power rooms and sick bay, its corridors and cloisters, and revealing just how the show s production teams have created the dimensionally transcendental police box, inside and out.The TARDIS Handbook is the essential guide to the best ship in the universe.
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  1. Daniel Kukwa

    A stunning combination of non fictional analysis, fictional historiography, and visual delight on an epic scale If I had discovered this when I was 10 years old, I would have NEVER put it down I would have eaten with it, slept with it, and held on to it like a diamond As a 36 year oldgoing on 10I might just have similar feelings about it today.

  2. Kris Russel

    Not a bad reference book, but I just expected of it The writer is also clearly an Eleven fan as there is a lot of unnecessary Eleven episode character overview That s not what I m looking for in a book about the T.A.R.D.I.S.

  3. Rachael

    Good and very informative It could do with being updated because there s we ve found out about the TARDIS since this was first published.

  4. Erik

    Don t be put off by this slender, near pocket sized hardback s price tag, which comes in at 20 You can get it cheaper through , or for free from your local library if they happen to have purchased it for their collection The TARDIS Handbook is yet another well researched guide into coolest vehicle since Back to the Future s tricked up DeLoren, Han Solo s Millennium Falcon, or dare I say it any incarnation of either the Batmobile or the U.S.S Enterprise Tribe s one hundred and some odd pages of t [...]

  5. Nicole

    I picked this up as a birthday present for a friend whose birthday is some time away sorry, no, Julia, not you but you might want to pick one up or put it on your wish list if you haven t already and thought I d read it before passing it along But I ve been a Doctor Who fan for less than a year, and only of the 9th and 10th Doctors Christopher Eccleston and David Tennant so it turns out I m not a big enough fan to really enjoy this You d have to be a much detail oriented Doctor Who fanatic than [...]

  6. Mel

    Would have given it a five except some of the chapters were a mish mash It s fun to read a mish mash, but if I need to go back and look up something, it s going to be difficult I really hope they update this book, as there s so much we have learned about the TARDIS since the book s publication date of 2010.

  7. Sandra

    A great additon to the Dr Who universe.Lots of great behind the scenes pictures, illustrations and information, as well as up to date looks at David Tennant, Matt Smith, Amy Pond and River Song.Especially interesting was all the stuff from the early years, most of which I remembered.Well worth the money, for all us geeks

  8. Marie

    I must say I enjoyed this I m a huge nerd geek WHOVIAN, so a book Doctor Who Yes please The pictures were good quality, and the information was presented in a cool way From the start you can tell the author is partial toward the 11th doctor, and barely covers 9 and 10 A huge focus on the earliest doctors didn t do much for me, since I started watching at the 9th doctor If you skipped to 11 and he is your favorite Doctor, you will likely love this book I love 9 and 10, but that s just me However, [...]

  9. Will Meeks

    For all those Whovians out there, the people that live within the world of Doctor Who, this is the perfect book for you Ever wwonder what goes into making the Doctor s ultimate means of transportation, and time travel This book has it all including design specs, pictures, and random tid bits of information involving the TARDIS Standing for Time And Relative Dimension In Space, the TARDIS takes the Doctor where ever, and when ever he wants to go.ough he may not always arrive in the right place or [...]

  10. Sally

    I got this for my birthday, and I was pleasantly surprised As much as I love doctor who, the last factual book left me disappointed, as I was hoping for a detailed approach So, with some reservations, I began this Gone was the fun approach, here was the doctor who text book I had been hoping for all along Complete with pictures, references to specific episodes including from the classic era and, perhaps most importantly, not written from the point of view of a character from the series, this sa [...]

  11. Amanda

    This was truly, deeply amazing and I advise it to everyone who loves Doctor Who This had all sorts of information I d never seen before Endless picture.s Lists of the rooms Lists of everyone s reaction Lists of everything that had ever been pushed, prodded, or tossed out as broken fixed It was this giddy making toil through a truly deeply beautiful span of fifty years Or maybe 49, since it was missing references to the last season and half Everyone who loves Who should do this now

  12. Katie Brock

    From William Hartnell to Smith s Series 5 TARDIS, this little book should be in every Who fans collection just because it answers so many questions about the TARDIS that people usually ask about I read this book quickly, as it s not very big, and is full of large pictures of the TARDIS interior.But it is a lovely little book and I would recommend it to my fellow Whovians, even if you just decide to flick through it.

  13. Jessica

    I think this book is very interesting it puts a lot of detail and I really enjoyed it If any one likes doctor who get this it shows all the eleven doctors and the Tartis s, from what I ve seen this book shows everything regerations little clips of when the companions first met and I loved it By JESSICA

  14. Sarah Jane

    Lots of old Dr Who facts from earlier series Interesting to learn of the history of the Time Lords and in particular how the Tardis fits in with it Extremely geeky though, and I finished it very quickly.

  15. Elise

    This book was an excellent adventure It included many inside details on how things on Doctor Who were created, facts about the show, and most importantly how the T.A.R.D.I.S works Now I might be able to use the T.A.R.D.I.S if the Doctor shows up.

  16. Emmalee Miller

    A very interesting look inside of the Tardis I can t recommend it enough for Doctor Who fans.

  17. Lewis Schofield

    I have to say It was nice to learn about the history of one of the classic British Science Fiction

  18. T.M. Carper

    Dr Who fans will enjoy this in depth look at the beloved TARDIS and tracing it from the early days to the Eleventh Doctor s fixed up version.

  19. Kevin Likes

    Lots of fun history and lots of good pictures A great look at the most underrated character in the Doctor Who universe.

  20. Brian

    Fun recap of the series that focuses on the TARDIS, yet touches on reincarnations and various enemies companions I enjoyed the comparisons and changes over the years Geeky, easy reading.

  21. Kristin

    A lot of background knowledge for people interested in Doctor Who I found it quite informative but sometimes a bit hard to understand.

  22. Michael Otway

    A really cool little book that even as an adult, I really enjoyed and was very entertained by A nice history with some great information and photographs.

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