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February 27th, 2016 7 comments

Dr Who Figurine Collection #67 Scaroth

Scaroth is available to order individually from www.forbiddenplanet.com

Celebrate 50 years of Doctor Who this fantastic new figurine collection. The series draws from every era show and includes all eleven versions of the Doctor plus his greatest monsters.

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All the figurines are carefully produced in 1:21 scale, and cast in a specially formulated metallic resin before being painted by hand and individually numbered. The specially formulated resin and high quality sculpting allow the figurines to reproduce an incredible level of detail right down to the mesh in the Silurian Warrior’s uniform and the controls on Davros’s console.

Each figurine recreates a specific moment from the TV series in loving detail and every sculpt is based on detailed study of the original production photography, props and drawings.

The collection features several different versions of the Daleks and Cybermen allowing you to trace their evolution over the years. This is the definitive Doctor Who figurine collection.

Please check www.dw-figurines.com for more information or visit their facebook page.

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Categorised under: 1:21 Scale Figurine Collection, Collectables

7 comments

  • The Flying Shark

    March 6th, 2016 - 7:15pm

    I got this on Saturday, great figurine as usual, the magazine was an interesting read too. Never knew the suit was Julian Glover’s own.

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  • Catmanduz

    March 2nd, 2016 - 7:51pm

    Nice figure, but I never knew Scaroth was a stilt walker! Lol

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  • KORSAIR

    February 28th, 2016 - 2:01pm

    Another nicely done figurine.

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  • booboo

    February 27th, 2016 - 6:28pm

    yes mine looks goldish

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  • The Werewolf

    February 27th, 2016 - 1:09pm

    I wonder why, even though it even says Scaroth’s flesh is greenish in the mag, it seems to be mostly brown and gold on the figurine. Still a lovely figurine though.

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    • Gareth Pugh

      February 28th, 2016 - 9:05am

      Hi Werewolf. I don’t know if you’ve seen City of Death (if not, highly recommended, one of the best-ever ‘Classic’ era stories) but I’d say the paint job on the figurine is pretty accurate to what was on screen – he was more of a brownish colour than green (despite a couple of lines in the actual script referring to him as ‘green’ too LOL)

    • The Werewolf

      February 28th, 2016 - 12:27pm

      I’ve seen City of Death, though only once, and I thought he was a bit greenish, but I was mainly going off what is says in the mag.

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