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Doctor Who Journal of Impossible Things with Master Ring
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- As seen in the Doctor Who Christmas special "The End of Time," the Journal of Impossible Things and Master's Ring Set has a journal with leather-style cover that contains 22 blank pages and 78 detailed printed pages. The printed pages not only contain the Doctor's notes and drawings from when he was disguised as John Smith, but has an aged appearance depicting its journey through time. To complete the set, the Master's plastic ring is included.
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As seen in the Doctor Who Christmas special "The End of Time," the Journal of Impossible Things and Master's Ring Set has a journal with leather-style cover that contains 22 blank pages and 78 detailed printed pages. The printed pages not only contain the Doctor's notes and drawings from when he was disguised as John Smith, but has an aged appearance depicting its journey through time. To complete the set, the Master's plastic ring is included.
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It is important to understand that this is a toy for children, not a prop replica. The journal and ring are both smaller than you would expect, but that's because they are child size.
The quality isn't bad for a toy. The journal seems durable. Obviously, it is a toy and not a literary work, so the handwriting is a little tricky to read if you're not used to reading old journals. If you're buying this to READ, you will be frustrated. If you are buying it because it's an awesome Doctor Who toy that's just fun to have around, you won't be so terribly disappointed.
The ring is plastic, and could work fine for cosplay or whatever if your hand is small enough. It would also look fine sitting in a collection if you can't afford one of the actual replicas.
I've paid more for much worse...and if you've ever purchased other products by Underground Toys, you can expect that this is of equal quality.
It's not as bad as people are saying. Just be aware that you're buying a toy and not a replica.
#1 A Toy
#2 Only 7.9" H x 2.1" W x 8.7" D, 0.4 lb
#3 Supposed to resemble the actual writing from Dr Who
I got this for my 13 year old son, who recently became a huge Dr Who fan, and is about to undergo some serious foot surgery next week. I thought this and a few other Who things may cheer him up!
So many were disappointed by the size of the book or the plastic ring and the "faux" leather cover. But I read the description and knew what I was buying. The pages are extremely realistic, with scratch marks and sloppy handwriting (Dr Who himself tends to be irratic and sloppy, so this stands to reason) and hold an old worn out look to them. However, it's interesting to look at and try to decypher the words and match up events to the shows. Concidering it's "faux" leather, it's decent quality. Should it ever rip or break, it wouldn't take much from a hobby store to replace it with real leather binding and make it look that much better. I love the fact that there are so many pages! It seems to go on and on... And yet, there are blank pages at the end for writing in your own thoughts etc. I saw a post where someone paid $50 for this... I wouldn't pay $50 for it! I wouldn't pay $40 for it! I'd make one myself for that amount of money. But $22 was well worth it.
There is a choice between getting this one with the ring, or the same book but with the sonic screwdriver pen instead. I got the ring because the size of the book would make it quite difficult to use a bulky pen to write it in with. And, I already purchased a regular sized sonic screwdriver so there was no need for two. However, I read the reviews about it and it seems everyone is in love with the sonic screwdriver pen - very detailed and cool looking. I highly reccomend getting that one if you don't want a plastic ring. The ring is kinda cool, but it is plastic and doesn't light up or glow. As soon as my son see's this and looks through it, I'll update this review with his thoughts on it. For now though, I think it's pretty cool!