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February 28th, 2019 10 comments

Harrops Doctor Who Figurine Updates

Updates from Harrops Facebook Page

Latest figurines are available to order while stocks last from www.robertharrop.com

Pictured here is Mike’s latest sculpt, that of Omega from The Three Doctors.

This has been passed by the BBC and will go straight into production.

The Morbius sculpt is also in our mould making dept. However, this will take a little longer to produce as there is the clear head to tackle.

Therefore, the Omega you see here will jump the queue and be the next figurine to be released, hopefully in April.

Before then They have a special edition of our Patrick Troughton (Second Doctor) figurine in a special Monochrome paint pattern.

This will be of a lower edition size than normal and will be released in March.

They are currently working on pieces from Tomb of the Cybermen, including a Tomb Cyberman and Cyber-Controller, plus Tomb insignia and Cyber-Mats.


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10 comments

  • Anonymous

    March 4th, 2019 - 12:01pm

    Pat Troughton monochrome edition. Any idea when in March it will be released?

    The monochrome editions sell out very very quickly (we’re talking hours or days at most).

    Don’t use Facebook or any other social media – tend to get all my information about new Who from this site. Thanks Booboo and all other contributors.

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    • booboo

      March 4th, 2019 - 12:06pm

      not been given a date but as soon as we know we will add it

    • Anonymous

      March 4th, 2019 - 12:20pm

      thanks Booboo. Kind of obvious I plan to buy the monochrome edition when they release it, just hope they pitch the edition size high enough so that everyone who wants one actually get’s a chance to make a purchase.

      Thanks again for this invaluable and oft frequented site.

  • The ergon

    February 28th, 2019 - 4:58pm

    Will the Tomb insignia and cybermats be a very limited piece?

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  • Kevin

    February 28th, 2019 - 2:46pm

    Been looking forward to adding both of these to me collection, hoping we’ll see some painted examples soon & I’m really looking forward to seeing the Tomb of the Cybermen Cyberman & Cyber Controller. 🙂

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  • Mr P

    February 28th, 2019 - 2:35pm

    The quality that Harrops produce is incredible and these figures are the pride of my collection. I can’t wait to have Omega and Morbius in hand as they are two of my favourite stories.

    However whilst I know that the 3rd/4th Doctor era is the most well known (and arguably the best), I do wish that they would do other Doctor era monsters. And I know that a Tomb of the Cyberman set is planned, but there are so many beautifully designed monsters such as a Menoptra, Koquillion, Monoid, Sensorite, White Robot, Kroton, Haemovore, The Destroyer, Sil, Gastropods, Vervoids etc.

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    • Anonymous

      February 28th, 2019 - 3:23pm

      I think it all just depends on popularity really. I love the mccoy era and the troughton as well but sadly many feel that these were not such great periods for the show. Hence why they stick to tom and jons era but finger crissed maybe in a few years they will expand the net more

  • The ergon

    February 28th, 2019 - 2:22pm

    Its that expertise and care of attention to detail that make these pieces standout. They look amazing before they are even painted. I,ll be banging the orders in for these two without a doubt..

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  • Anonymous

    February 28th, 2019 - 10:41am

    Never fails to amaze me how skilled these people are. Love these classic pieces even though i do not collect them

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  • Anonymous

    February 28th, 2019 - 10:29am

    noice

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