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I have also begun a quest for a few of them!

 

From Weta Limited: 2008

Weta reveals Doctor Who Miniature Helmets!

Weta Collectibles created a storm in the high-end market when they revealed their range of Doctor Who statues, based on BBC? s longest running programme of the same name last year. Today they announced their debut range of mini helmets based on the range, which are sure to delight fans of the series and of Weta Collectibles worldwide.

The initial series features six scaled helmets, from both the Classic and New Series of Doctor Who. From the Classic Doctor Who series comes a Cyberman Leader Helmet, from the episode Earthshock, and 'Lord President Borusa Head-dress' from Arc of Infinity. Peter Davison plays the Doctor in both episodes, while from the Patrick Troughton episode Seeds of Death comes an Ice Warrior Helmet.  Sontaran Officer Linx Helmet rounds out the classic series selection from the episode entitled The Time Warrior, starring Jon Pertwee.

The New Doctor Who series pieces include a Sycorax Helmet from The Christmas Invasion and the Industrial Welding Mask from 42, both starring David Tennant as the Doctor.

 

 

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Doctor Who: The Flashback Collection highlights fan favorite moments or characters from the series long history. All items are exclusive to Forbidden Planet. Each approx. 30mm tall.

Flashback Collection Enamel Pin Badge Set Monsters 1-2 and 3

 

 

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On 2/8/2023 at 6:32 PM, Roboto said:

I have also begun a quest for a few of them!

 

From Weta Limited: 2008

Weta reveals Doctor Who Miniature Helmets!

Weta Collectibles created a storm in the high-end market when they revealed their range of Doctor Who statues, based on BBC? s longest running programme of the same name last year. Today they announced their debut range of mini helmets based on the range, which are sure to delight fans of the series and of Weta Collectibles worldwide.

The initial series features six scaled helmets, from both the Classic and New Series of Doctor Who. From the Classic Doctor Who series comes a Cyberman Leader Helmet, from the episode Earthshock, and 'Lord President Borusa Head-dress' from Arc of Infinity. Peter Davison plays the Doctor in both episodes, while from the Patrick Troughton episode Seeds of Death comes an Ice Warrior Helmet.  Sontaran Officer Linx Helmet rounds out the classic series selection from the episode entitled The Time Warrior, starring Jon Pertwee.

The New Doctor Who series pieces include a Sycorax Helmet from The Christmas Invasion and the Industrial Welding Mask from 42, both starring David Tennant as the Doctor.

 

 

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It's a shame they didn't carry on the line with subjects like Cybermen mkII,III,IIII etc plus other Sontaran helmets (from the classic series)

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5 hours ago, ROBOHUNTER said:

 

 

It's a shame they didn't carry on the line with subjects like Cybermen mkII,III,IIII etc plus other Sontaran helmets (from the classic series)

Yes!  So far, I have located the Ice Warrior Helmet and may order the Sontaran helmet plus would have been nice to have Weta create a Judoon Helmet. The Cyberman helmet will be a tough one to find.

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The Postmen worked for a company called Kerblam – the biggest retailer in the galaxy. It picked, packed and delivered anything you could want.

The warehouse robots were called teammates, who were supposed to support the organic members of the team…but people were going missing.

The Postmen were getting ready to deliver death throughout the galaxy. 

 

 

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The Weta Cyberman helmet is the only version out of the other versions where the helmet is permanent attached to the base stand due to the fact that the Cyberman has those side tubes that run around to the back!

 

 

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A look at the art box for the Ice Warrior!

 

ICE WARRIOR HELMET
Doctor Who

Limited edition of 500

Dimension: Statue 7" tall
Weight: 3lbs with box
Materials: Metal and polystone
Announced/released: December 31, 2008
Sculptor: Daniel Cockersell

Inside a T-Mat relay station on the Moon, a battle is underway between the Doctor and his human allies, and the invading Martian Ice Warriors. The cold-hearted Martians, with their green hides and hard, scaly cowls, are living reflections of their frozen, barren world. Using Earth's matter transmitter system for their own plans, they are sending deadly fungal seed pods to Earth as prelude to a full scale invasion. The only thing standing in their way is the Doctor.

The Ice Warrior helmet is made from cast metal and comes with a polystone display stand.

 

 

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Released today!

 

DATA…

KRAAL STYGGRON

From ‘The Android Invasion’ 1975“

“That small phial contains a death sentence for the entire human race.”

The Doctor finds his way to the nearby UNIT Space Defence Station where he meets Senior Defence Astronaut Guy Crayford. It is revealed that Crayford is working for Styggron, the Chief Scientist for an alien race called the Kraal. They are not on Earth, but in a simulated village on the planet Oseidon, a training ground for an attack on Earth. Styggron has perfected a lethal virus and plans to use human replica androids to disseminate it around the World, paving the way for a Kraal invasion fleet.


The TARDIS materializes just outside a sleepy English village in what the Doctor believes to be present day Earth. However, all is not as it seems, as the surrounding countryside is patrolled by boiler-suited figures with guns in their fingers and the village itself appears deserted.  The Doctor and Sarah flee to a pub where a truck arrives carrying the villagers, all in trances. The villagers distribute themselves around the village, waiting motionlessly until a clock strikes, whereupon they suddenly come to life.

 

A Limited-Edition Hand painted figurine / statue from the Doctor Who Collection.

Designed, Sculpted and Made in Shropshire, England by Harrop Buckley Designs.

Traditionally Hand Sculpted by Mike Rodgers.

Official BBC License. The figurine has been approved by the Doctor Who television production team at the BBC.

Approximately 6.8 inches (172mm) tall.

A Limited Edition of Only 225 Figurines Worldwide.

Individually hand numbered with a unique number on the base.

Comes complete in a presentation box with information card and a Certificate of Authenticity!

 

Harrop Buckley Designs Ltd
Doctor Who Collection

 

 

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