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BBC Studios partners with Loot Company for a Time Lord takeover

Calling all Gallifreyan gallivanters and curious companions, Doctor Who will be taking over the October Loot Sci-Fi Crate from US-based Loot Company.

Through a tie-up with BBC Studios, the crate will include a collection of officially licensed, exclusive collectables.

These will include a USB TARDIS Logo Projector and an exclusive Thirteenth Doctor t-shirt which showcases Doctors from the past.

Loot Company has a history of tying up with key licensed properties for its monthly crates.

Recent crates have included a special 1990s-themed Nickelodeon capsule featuring Rugrats, plus a limited edition Summertime 2021 collection marking the 30th anniversary of DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince’s chart-topping album, Homebase.

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