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We love Doctor Who here at Vulture Central. And with the warmer seasons upon us, why not don some suitable attire while barbecue-ing over a steaming Dalek?

These T-shirt costumes will lighten the mood at any party you go to. My personal favourite is the Tom Baker one, but they're all worthy additions to a Doctor Who enthusiast's wardrobe.

The shirts come in four designs representing the 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th Doctors.

Doctor Who T-shirts

All are available exclusively from Forbidden Planet. The first two will set you back £16 and can be picked up now, while the second batch are an extra quid and will be in stock from April 22.

If you feel like a rest from playing cyber-man, then pop on a Doctor Who t-shirt, grab your sonic screwdrivers, fire up the barbie and get your "Troughton". Careful not to exterminate your food as you Galli-fry that fish though. ®

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