Doctor Who fans are in for a treat come the end of July, as they'll soon be able to get a mega boxset of all 11 Doctors in one massive Tardis to quench their fanboy love for the TV show that's been going since the Sixties.
The Doctor Who Eleven Doctors Set includes each and every one of the Doctors as a fully articulated 5-inch collectable figure, ready for you to act out all those famous moments from the last 40 years.
In the set you get:
The First Doctor played by William Hartnell (1963-1966). He comes complete with his ubiquitous with spiralled cane.
The Second Doctor Patrick Troughton (1966-1969) in his bow tie holding his voice recorder.
The Third Doctor Jon Pertwee (1970-1974) is thought to be the most elegant of all the Doctors and is holding the sonic screwdriver that becomes his most trusted tool.
The Fourth Doctor Tom Baker (1974-1981) the bohemian and somewhat eccentric doctor comes clutching his essential sonic screwdriver.
The Fifth Doctor Peter Davison (1982-1984), the doctor who famously scarified himself to save his companion Peri comes with a celery on his lapel.
The Sixth Doctor Colin Baker (1984-1986) is the colourful Doctor. He comes complete with his larger sonic lance.
The Seventh Doctor Sylvester McCoy (1987-1996) has a never before seen newly sculpted head and is depicted carrying his umbrella accessory.
The Eighth Doctor Paul McGann (1996) is an entirely new figure. The humanity loving eighth Doctor has been produced exclusively for this set.
The Ninth Doctor Christopher Eccleston (2005) is the Doctor who could charm friends and foes alike and is featured holding the sonic screwdriver.
The Tenth Doctor David Tennant (2005-2009) is a new variant of other recently figures produced and depicts the Doctor wearing a long coat, red trainers and glasses.
The Eleventh Doctor Matt Smith (2010-) is shown wearing his now famous brown jacket and bow tie and holding the new improved sonic screwdriver.
Oh, and they all come in a presentation Tardis those that like to keep the box - collectors we are talking to you.
Yours for £49.99.
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