Doctor Who Figurine Collection celebrates Christmas!

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Doctor Who Figurine Collection

The latest issues of the Doctor Who Figurine Collection feature two memorable foes from the Tenth and Twelfth Doctor eras, and there’s another fantastic special to collect.

Every two weeks, Whovians can enjoy an exclusive hand-painted and highly-detailed figurine and a magazine packed with info on its subject.

For more info on the Doctor Who Figurine Collection, visit their website here.

Check out the details and images below from Issues 113 and 114 and the fourteenth Special edition.



Robot Santa

Doctor Who Figurine Collection: Part 113 (available early Dec 2017)
From the 2006 Tenth Doctor Christmas Special, The Runaway Bride.

Working for the Empress of the Racnoss, the disguised ‘roboforms’ hunted for Donna Noble, who had vanished from her wedding and been transported into the TARDIS.

This highly detailed, hand-painted figurine comes complete with a magazine that looks at the making of this David Tennant-era tale and Doctor Who's golden anniversary in 2013.

Robot Santa

Available here.



Iraxxa

Doctor Who Figurine Collection: Part 114 (available late Dec 2017)
From the 2017 Eleventh Doctor episode, Empress of Mars.

The queen had lain dormant, deep under the surface of Mars, kept in hibernation for millennia. With the unwitting assistance from a 19th-century British Army platoon, however, Iraxxa finally stirred from her long slumber – and she had definitely woken up on the wrong side of the bed…!

This highly detailed, hand-painted figurine comes complete with a magazine that looks back at the making of this Twelfth Doctor tale and the series debut of Peter Capaldi.

Iraxxa   Available here.



The War Machine

Doctor Who Figurine Collection: Special 14 (available Dec 2017)
From the 1966 First Doctor story, The War Machines.

WOTAN, somehow becoming self aware, has immediately identified humanity as its greatest threat, and is now intent on making every person on the planet a slave to the machines…

This highly detailed, hand-painted model stands 11.5cm tall and comes complete with a magazine looking at the making of this unforgettable First Doctor adventure and the William Hartnell era.

War Machine

Available here.



For more info on the Doctor Who Figurine Collection, visit their website here