Other major global brands on display at the show include Top Gear and BBC Earth.
Omar Khan, licensing special projects manager at Forbidden Planet and a life-long Doctor Who fan tells us why Jodie Whittaker's casting is a genius move.
The launch – inspired by the collaboration between BBC Worldwide and Sanrio for its Mr Men/ Dr Who mash-up – will feature Dr First, Dr Fourth, Dr Eleventh and Dr Twelfth.
The firm has renewed its deal as master toy licensee for the BBC property as Jodie Whittaker steps into the Doctor's shoes.
The new wave of figurines pays tribute to characters from across the show's history.
Kokomo Studio, Brand Alliance and Finsbury Foods are all coming on board to develop items inspired by the hit series.
Will Hartnell, Tom Baker, Matt Smith and Peter Capaldi have each been immortalised in Mr Men form thanks to a new book collection from Adam Hargreaves.
The new range joins a line of licensed clothing from Black Milk including DC Comics, Doctor Who Harry Potter and more.
The line features nine pieces of clothing, spanning dresses, cardigans and jumpers.
The Doctor and the Dalek will feature regular Doctor Who characters as well as the voice of the Twelfth Doctor, Peter Capaldi.
Peter Capaldi stars in newly scripted mini episode for attraction.
Extras include rare 1973 Doctor Who tenth anniversary special supplement.
Lights Out will launch on October 23rd.
Peter Capaldi's debut will be seen in cinemas across the UK and Ireland, as well as BBC One.
The live show will embark on a limited run of 12 UK shows in London, Cardiff, Birmingham, Leeds, Newcastle and Glasgow.
Alex Dempsey's artwork sees several Doctors, and companions, reimagined in the style of Adventure Time.
Duck Dynasty went home with Best Film, TV or Entertainment Programme award.