Do you want to dress as a Silent at your next convention?

It’s a Cosplay Frenzy on eBay!

If you’re after a distinctive look this winter season then look no further than the ‘Screaming Silence Face and Garish Sixth Doctor coat’ combination/travesty.

Always worried that someone else might turn up in a similar outfit? Yeah, that’s not going to a problem anymore.

Do you want to turn heads wherever you go? Well, the mask might cause a few problems in that department but no one, no matter how hard they try will forget the jacket.

Do you want to dress as a Silent at your next convention?

Want something timeless? Well the Jacket has been around a few eras but who knows how long the Silence mask has been amongst us…what was I talking about again? Why have I drawn tally marks on my face?

Am I drunk again? (Probably – Ed)

The items in question are currently being auctioned off via eBay. The custom latex collectable Silence mask with hands is hand-sculpted and painted and will fit any sized adult. There’s not much time left (there usually isn’t where the Silence are concerned) but you can pick up the pair now for £120 (plus £5 p&P).

These extremely rare items can also be bought with the Suit which is sold separately by CosplaySky.

You too can dress like the Sixth Doctor!

The Sixth Doctor Jacket is a replica made by the seller himself who at 6’6’’ with a 44’’ chest and 36’’ waist gives you an ideal template to how much adjustment you’ll have to make (if anything it’ll make the tailor smile.)

The various fabrics used are felt, wool and printed fabric for the tartan. It has been lined with a plain maroon lining. Unfortunately, the pockets are not real although that same tailor might be able to slot in a Sonic-sized flap for you.

The item has less than a week to run and the bidding currently stands at £450 (plus £15 p&p).

So that’s at least £570 for a look that it twice as stylish as Tom Ford’s 007 Tuxedo which will set you back £2,700 – an understated bargain, i think you’ll agree.


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