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The Sixth Doctor & Stealth Cyberman


Character Options Toys (Classics)
Release Date
Original RRP
Exclusive To
Forbidden Planet (UK)
Manufactured By
Character Options Ltd
Attack of the Cybermen

In 2010, Character Options released The Sixth Doctor (Colin Baker) & a Stealth Cyberman as a Forbiddan Planet exclusive.

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The Sixth Doctor[]


This figure is released with a signal tracker . This figure is completely the same as the Wave 1 Release.

Loud, boastful and colourful, this extravagant Doctor hid his vulnerability and caring nature behind a boastful mask of alien disinterest. After once again being put on trial by the Time Lords, the Doctor’s TARDIS was shot out of the skies by his old enemy the Rani and the subsequent crash triggered a regeneration…


Head: Turns from side to side.

Shoulders: Turn 360 degrees.

Biceps: Swivel 360 degrees.

Elbows: Up & down.

Wrists: Turn 360 degrees.

Waist: Turns slightly.

Legs: Back & forth (Restricted by frockcoat).

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

Thighs: Swivel 360 degrees.

Knees: Back & forth.

Ankles: No Articulation.

Stealth Cyberman[]


This figure was released with a Cyber gun. The Sculpt is the same as the Earthshock Cyberman from Wave 2, just re-painted black.

The TARDIS is lured to Earth in 1985 where they encounter a group of Cybermen based in London's sewers. The Doctor and Peri are then captured and forced to take the Cybermen in the TARDIS to the Cybermen's home planet Telos. The Cybermen have stolen a time vessel from another race and plan to change history by crashing Halley's Comet into Earth and obliterating it before it can bring about the demise of their original home world, Mondas, in 1986.


Head: No articulation.

Shoulders: Turn nealy 360 degrees (Restricted by Chest piece).

Biceps: No Articulation.

Elbows: Up & down.

Wrists: Turn 360 degrees.

Waist: Turns 360 degrees.

Legs: Back & forth.

Hips: Out to the Sides & Forward.

Thighs: No articulation.

Knees: Back & forth.

Ankles: Turn 360 degrees.