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March 3rd, 2020 17 comments

B&M 2020 The War Doctor & Dalek Scientist Figure Set

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The Product codes for the new 2020 items are as follows…

  • The 3rd Doctor and Tardis set Product code 357656 £19.99.
  • 2020 Big Finish Doctor and Dalek Sets product code 357657 £19.99

You can search for these and previous sets on www.ebay.co.uk. We strongly recommend however you try your nearest store first in the coming days or wait for prices to stabilise as happened last time.


Character Options is proud to announce the next batch of products to be released as part of its Doctor Who master toy line up, with four new sets going on sale in B&M on March 4th, 2020.

These four new lines are the first of many new releases to be announced this year.

Revived from limited edition lines, these incredibly popular classic collection sets have been refreshed from their original releases with new and exciting features for fans to enjoy.

The War Doctor & Dalek Scientist Figure Set is based on the Big Finish Doctor Who audiobook – A Thing of Guile. Complete with all new War Doctor figure with black weathered jacket, red waistcoat, darker hair colour and recoloured spats. The set also includes the Dalek Scientist which features new paint decoration including a Pewter blue dome and hemispheres.


Please keep stores sightings to the Stocks Arrive Post if possible.


Categorised under: Doctor Who 5" scale figures, Toys

17 comments

  • Anonymous

    March 6th, 2020 - 7:25pm

    While I have nothing but praise for B&M and how they’ve kept the 5.5″ Doctor Who line alive and the fantastic sets they’ve released (particularly last August’s gorgeous eight set wave) I wish there was an easier way to get them than this!! Waiting and hoping for them to arrive in stores any feeling of excitement is totally matched by a equal feeling of stress lol !

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    • Independently cross

      March 7th, 2020 - 7:05am

      Completely agree with every point there. Brief joy, immediate panic and stress for up to several weeks, followed by sometimes relief, sometimes severe disappointment. It’s genuinely a horrible process and can be so difficult for customers without time/transport. But, as you say, I love the range, too, and so grateful we have a store in the UK supporting it like this. I’d happily pay to a nominal fee to ‘reserve in store’ and ‘click and collect’, though.

    • Steve

      March 7th, 2020 - 6:24pm

      I totally agree, and well expressed. I wish there was some kind of ‘reserve in store’ system, limited to one or two of each set per customer. Would be so much better for people’s nerves.
      I don’t do too badly in getting to my B&M store as I am within a 15 minute walk from work, and can make time. But the Dalek and TARDIS sets sell out so quickly that you’ve got to be there within half a day of them being on shelves really. I’m not too confident in asking in store, and definitely not on the phone, but that’s what you need to learn to do really.

    • Independently cross

      March 9th, 2020 - 9:58am

      Thanks, Steve. I agree with you, too- not at all confident either, especially by phone, but the lowest chance for success is just turning up and hoping. ‘Click and collect’ would solve so much of this for customers who just want personal use items, and doesn’t impact sales at all if it’s a purchase made at the point of reservation- if anything, it helps monitor stock control needs more accurately. Fingers crossed B&M could give it some thought.

    • Anonymous

      March 20th, 2020 - 4:25am

      Sadly I no longer bother with B&M in trying to find stores that stock them & all the hassle it entails. I have purchased all off of ebay during the last 3 years & it’s all completely stress free now – Lovely!

  • Greg

    March 6th, 2020 - 5:07pm

    I’ve just bought this from the Brunel Retail Park store in Reading. They have all 3 Dalek two packs at the moment.

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  • prototype dalek

    March 5th, 2020 - 9:30am

    Seems more accurate to the actual audio design which is good with that added blue

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  • Anonymous

    March 4th, 2020 - 3:47pm

    Anything in Tolworth?

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    • Independently cross

      March 6th, 2020 - 1:37pm

      Possibly heading there later- I’ll let you know if there’s any sign.

    • Independently cross

      March 6th, 2020 - 7:31pm

      Posted on the ‘stocks arrive’ page- basically no and they don’t think small stores like that one are getting this range (but it’s such a large order I find that unlikely).

  • Trenzalore

    March 4th, 2020 - 3:34pm

    B&M have gone through the whole rainbow for the Dalek hemispheres now they’re moving on to 50 shades of blue beginning with pewter blue. Recession? What recession they all say as they roll in my money.

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  • Li H’sen Chang

    March 4th, 2020 - 12:57am

    Loving the colours on Hurt here! Passed on this set the first around, but almost certain to grab one this time around!

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    • Independently cross

      March 5th, 2020 - 5:41pm

      It looks so great here.

  • Dalek Rabe

    March 3rd, 2020 - 11:19pm

    Did they alter the colour on the Dalek or is that just the way its photographed?

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    • Li H’sen Chang

      March 4th, 2020 - 12:58am

      Almost a certainty that colours have been altered. Looks as if the grey has been augmented with some much welcome blue.

  • Ian Cotterill

    March 3rd, 2020 - 10:19pm

    I picked up the original version of this set fairly recently. I wouldn’t mind getting this variation as well with the semi-TV Movie Doctor wearing his hat.

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    • Ian Cotterill

      March 3rd, 2020 - 10:23pm

      Sorry, I meant for this comment to be given to the seventh Doctor set.

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