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    Default Doctor Who Toys + Blue Peter!

    A thread showing off all our new Doctor Who toys has long been due, so finally I've decided to start one.

    To get things moving, here's my latest 5" purchase, which I picked up yesterday, creeping up behind Doctor Who - there was only one in the whole of Harlow and the girl in the shop commented that she'd sold loads of them that day!



    The best thing about this little fella is that his head comes off just like the real thing!



    'scuse our shabby windows, they're being replaced in the next few weeks honest guv!

    Why don't they ever make enough of these things? Except for the ones which they chronically overstock. It was blatantly obvious that having sold out of Clockwork Soldiers (and probably Ood), the shop had filled up all the gaps with some of the millions of unsold Werewolf figures they had out the back.

    Anyway, share pictures of your Doctor Who toys here!

    Si.

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    I think that Clockwork Man is my favourite figure so far

    I've still not bought a werewolf! But I don't think there in danger of becoming a rare figure anytime soon. I wish I'd bought a load of Sycorax figures when they were out, as they now go for a lot on eBay.

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    I wish I'd bought ONE!

    Si.

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    You'll snaffle Mickey and his big weapon in no time, I'm sure.

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    There are hundreds of Captain JAcks in our local Woolies, all at bargain prices.
    I picked Tabby up one at a car boot sale and he now lives with Winnie the Pooh and Tigger in her dolls house.

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    Tt, that Jack, he'll have anyone won't he.

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    Statler: Do you suppose they have any life on other planets?

    Waldorf: What do you care? You don't have any life on this one.

    (raucous laughter)

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    Those muppet figures are COOL! Where did you get them?

    Si.

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    A few years back, there was a Muppet action figure line...very cool stuff, too. I bought most of them, yes, and am only somewhat embarrassed to admit it.

    Here's the Doc's next companion, by the way.



    She won't fall in love with him, though, because she'll be more interested in his groovy spaceship. I mean, wow, it's like bigger on the inside than the outside...

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    "In next week's episode, Doctor Who will say..."

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    "What huge lips you have."

    Si.

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    The funny thing is that she doesn't look too dissimilar to Billie....

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    Play it again, Sec?

    We found a thing of beauty in Si Hart's loft.



    Oh yes. It is the Peter Purves Jigsaw puzzle! 200 pieces of iconic fun
    Pity. I have no understanding of the word. It is not registered in my vocabulary bank. EXTERMINATE!

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    My son has great fun trying to "concentrate his fire" against a Dalek eyepiece ...


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    Ooo! The Dalek must be trying to exterminate him for wearing a Captain Kirk top.
    Pity. I have no understanding of the word. It is not registered in my vocabulary bank. EXTERMINATE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob McCow View Post
    Ooo! The Dalek must be trying to exterminate him for wearing a Captain Kirk top.
    That's actually a Potley Strikers football top. Star Trek uniforms are banned from the household on orders of Mrs Crow. [She was quite alarmed when we first went out to find I had one ...]

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    Nice use of perspective there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew T View Post
    Nice use of perspective there!
    Some people have seen it and thought I had a full sized one in the house ... don't give me ideas!

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    I'm sure Mrs Crow would be pleased to have a full size Dalek in the house!

    Si xx

    I've just got my handcuffs and my truncheon and that's enough.

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    We've bought tat!



    I am not looking after Mrs Warboys' mother! I don't believe it! etc. The Doctor Constantine toy is fab, even down to the hunch with one shoulder higher than the other.




    Fans of Jam Jars will be especially pleased at the detailed moulded shapes on the top of this Dalek's head! Though awesome in appearance, the new Dalek range are slightly flimsy and over-painted, making the sucker arm and gun difficult to move.



    I... HAM....



    THE MASTER!!!



    Sam Tyler, complete with Sonic Screwdriver. Brother Cadfael, complete with absolutely nothing!



    Face of Boe. Three Billion years old. Eight daughters. Five ninety-nine at Toys 'R' Us.



    This is quite simply AWESOME. The only toys we've paid full price for (apart from a Zygon) but well worth it!



    SIMON PEGG and RICHARD WILSON star in a new series of...



    SO HAUNT ME!!



    Must be James Strong directing...



    James Strong directing through a time funnel...



    "SO YOU'RE MY REPLACEMENTS - A DANDY AND A CLOWWWWN!!!"



    The Reaper was only bought because it was under a fiver - yet taken out of it's box and unfolded it's a brilliant toy. The light up section in it's belly is rather cool too!



    The Ssssskarasssenn..... etc. The Zygon comes with the world's smallest accessory, the Skarasen attractor that gets stuck to the Doctor's hand. About the size of a bogie or a piece of grit.



    Yes, at last we can recreate the episode of One Foot In The Grave where Victor gets buried by Chris Ryan's hairy builder. Now if only they did a flower-pot model....


    Frankly, I wouldn't have got any of these if they weren't cheap, but they are seriously cool! The Doctor Constantine figure was hard to track down, eventually located in Woolworths in Reading, but an essential part of the 'Old People In Doctor Who' collection.

    Poor Simon Pegg- his 'Editor' character is hardly shifting at all!
    Pity. I have no understanding of the word. It is not registered in my vocabulary bank. EXTERMINATE!

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    Nice pics. Woo for tat!

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    No Doctors guys? I want a Tom

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    We've only managed to get the new series figures (and a Zygon) so far, but we're hoping for Old School Doctors soon!!

    Si xx

    I've just got my handcuffs and my truncheon and that's enough.

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