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Doctor Who Figurine Collection Magazine Special 31 Skaak on Horseback

From www.bleedingcool.com

Commander Skaak, lead the Sontaran forces in their conflict with the British Army in Sevastopol, during the Crimean War in 1855. He chose this time period, partly because he wanted to ride a horse. The figurine depicts the helmeted Skaak on horseback, as seen in the 2021 episode, ‘War of the Sontarans’, part of the ‘Flux’ story arc.

Also included is a 20-page booklet which goes behind the scenes and reveals what it was like for Skaak actor Jonathan Watson to ride a horse in full costume, plus we discover that this was not the first time that the horse had appeared in Doctor Who!

 

 

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Doctor Who Figurine Collection Magazine Story Sets #1: Image of the Fendah

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A warrior of the Sevateem tribe, travelled with the Fourth Doctor on his adventures, during which he attempted to temper her more aggressive tendencies. Scientist Thea Ransome was transformed into the malevolent Fendahl Core, the central figure of the gestalt Fendahl entity that originated from the fifth planet of Earth’s solar system. In addition to the Core, the Fendahl was composed of 12 separate Fendahleens, giant, tentacled, slug-like creatures that were able to paralyze their intended victims using psychotelekentic control.

The figurines have been meticulously crafted in specially formulated metallic resin and are painted by hand. They are not available anywhere else and have been created especially for this boxset. Also included is a 20-page booklet which goes behind the scenes of ‘Image of the Fendahl’, taking a look at the story and how it was made.

 

 

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Amazing figures, really captures the character of the Doctors.

Great artwork, too that Big Finish created. Glad to see the 9th Doctor return. 

Going to have to download an audio.

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Released today and sold out today!!

 

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Daffodil Auton

From 'Terror of the Autons'

“It's plastic, Brigadier, and any plastic artefact, anything at all, can, in the Nestene sense of the word, be alive. First a doll, then a flower.”

The Master arrives on Earth and steals the sole surviving Nestene energy unit from the National Space Museum, which was left over from the failed Nestene invasion documented in ‘Spearhead from Space’ (1970). The Nestene Conciousness is a disembodied life force, a hive mind race and a singular entity existing as energy with the ability to possess plastic.

The Master then hijacks the Beacon Hill radio telescope, which he uses as a bridgehead to channel energy from the Nestene Consciousness in space into the surviving unit. He then takes over Farrel Autoplastics, a nearby plastics factory, to build a force of Autons, plastic mannequins animated by the Nestene Consciousness, to use as soldiers for a second invasion of Earth.

Reports of the theft and hijack bring the Doctor, his assistant Jo Grant and Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart to investigate.

 

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

Designed, Sculpted and Made in Shropshire, England by Robert Harrop 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 7.5 inches (190mm) 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!

Robert Harrop Designs
Doctor Who Collection

 

 

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Released in 2017!

 

Doctor Who 5.5-inch 10th Doctor in Tuxedo

This exclusive and limited-edition Doctor Who action figure is highly detailed and features 18 points of articulation, sporting a dapper tuxedo and iconic accessory, the Sonic Screwdriver.

Heading up the range is a number of articulated figures that will be perfect for collectors. Set in the classic 5.5-inch scaling each perfectly replicates some of the favorite characters, past and present, from the show.

The Tenth Doctor in Tuxedo, is packed in collectors packaging and not only comes with a figure and a Sonic Screwdriver but for fans is one of the most requested alternate outfits; perfect to recreate scenes from “Rise of Cybermen” and “Voyage of the Damned!”

 

 

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A Classic K9 release from 2015!

 

Diamond Classic Rose Tyler and Rusty K9

Diamond Classic is an unofficial title give to a series of re-releases issued in “Diamond” packaging. These re-releases were distributed mostly in the USA and Australia by Underground Toys. Some eventually found their way to the UK.

Rose Tyler was the first companion of the modern series joining the Ninth and Tenth incarnations of the Doctor on many adventures through space and time.

Over time Rose became increasingly close to the Tenth Doctor and both were left heartbroken when a plan to stop a war between the Daleks and the Cybermen left Rose trapped in a parallel universe with no hope of return.

 

 

 

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My favorite K9 release from 2010 with the 4th Doctor!

 

4th Doctor in Burgundy Outfit and K9

 

This Doctor masked his brilliant and inventive mind behind a façade of bohemian eccentricity. The longest-lived incarnation of the Doctors so far, he was forced to change his body after losing a fight with his old enemy the Master and falling from a radio telescope to the ground beneath him…

K-9 is a mobile computer in the shape of a dog. He was constructed by Professor Marinus to be a companion for him whilst working at a medical foundation in deep space. K-9 is both a huge database and has defensive capabilities, being equipped with a retractable laser in his nose which can be set to stun or kill. He can integrate with virtually any computer system including the TARDIS and has also helped the Doctor escape many a tricky and dangerous situation.

The Doctor rebuilt K-9 several times, upgrading and improving each version.

In this exclusive release you get the Fourth Doctor in his famous season 18 burgundy outfit and featuring a stunning new head sculpt. He is accompanied by the trusty K-9.

 

 

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Harrops Future Figurines Navigator Rago and a Quark

 

First images of the next Doctor Who pieces to be released. Sculpted by Mike Rogers, they are Navigator Rago and a Quark Robot from 1968’s episode The Dominators.

Please note that yes, the Quark is missing its head spikes, these are to be added later. Images of the fully painted pieces will be posted as and when they are completed. Harrops are aiming for these to be released in May and July respectively.

 

 

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