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The Seventh Doctor & Imperial Dalek

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Series
Character Options Toy (Classics)
Release Date
2010
Original RRP
£24.99
Figures
2
Exclusive To
Forbidden Planet (UK) & Underground Toys
Manufactured By
Character Options Ltd
Source
Remembrance of The Daleks

In 2010, Character Options released The Seventh Doctor (Sylvester McCoy) in a cream jacket & an Imperial Dalek in White/Gold as a Forbiddan Planet/Underground Toys exclusive.

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The Seventh DoctorEdit

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This figure is released with his Umbrella & his head is removeble. The Sculpt of this figure is completly new.


Mercurial and highly moral, this Doctor would often despair at the cruelty and wastefulness he encountered across the galaxies. On a trip to America in 1999, he was accidentally gunned down by a street gang and taken to hospital, where the procedures taken to try and save him did the reverse and he seemingly died, only to regenerate within the hospital’s morgue…

Articulation:Edit

Head: Turns 360 degrees.

Shoulders: Turn 360 degrees.

Biceps: Swivel 360 degrees.

Elbows: Up & down.

Wrists: 360 degrees.

Waist: Turns slightly.

Legs: Back & forth.

Hips: Out to the Sides & Forward (Restricted by Jacket).

Thighs: Swivel 360 degrees.

Knees: Back & forth.

Ankles: No Articulation.

7th Doctor Close Up

Close Up

Imperial DalekEdit

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This figure is released with no accessories. The Sculpt of this figure is the same as the regular Classic Daleks accept for minor details, like the base & eye stalk.


The TARDIS arrives in London in November 1963, where the Doctor and Ace discover that two rival factions of Daleks - one loyal to the Dalek Emperor and one to the Dalek Supreme - are seeking the Hand of Omega, a powerful Time Lord device that the first Doctor hid there during an earlier sojourn on Earth.

The Daleks are focusing their search around Coal Hill School – the school that the Doctor's grand-daughter Susan attended - while a human military unit led by Group Captain Gilmore is attempting to resist their incursions. The Imperial Daleks eventually capture the device. The Dalek Emperor is revealed to be Davros, now with only the last vestiges of his humanoid form remaining. The Doctor begs him not to use the Hand but is ignored. However, this is just the final ruse in a complex trap laid by the Doctor. The Hand of Omega utterly destroys the Dalek home planet, Skaro, and then returns to destroy their forces orbiting Earth.

Articulation:Edit

Eye Stalk: Up & Down

Dome: Turns 360 degrees.

Plunger: Turns 360 degrees.

Exterminator Gun: Turns 360 degrees.