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These Ten Costumes from Who Fest Will Make Your Monday Magical (Photos)

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While Dallas was fixated on one 50th anniversary, fans of Dr. Who were busy with another entirely over at WhoFest.

The sold-out fan convention ran for three-days in Addison, giving local Whoheads a chance to rub costumed elbows and geek out together. Every iteration of the good Doctor was represented, along with his dutiful companions. We sent photographer Mike Brooks to capture the scene in photos and he came back with a collection that spans time, space and galaxy. Here's our ten favorites.

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