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December 28th, 2019 118 comments

Doctor Who Figurine Collection officially Extended to 200

The Doctor Who Figurine Collection has been officially Extended to 200. Although it had been mentioned by various sources the news was officially announced in an interview with Doctor Who Magazine in the 2020 year book.

The collection was originally pencilled in for 70 and quickly upgraded to 80 with further extensions over the years.

Congratulations should go to all those involved in what has clearly been a highly successfully line.

2020 will see more companions sets, a new line of Time Lord sets, t shirts and prints with associated products and no doubt more surprises.


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118 comments

  • Doctor

    January 18th, 2020 - 12:15am

    Will a peg soldier be made?

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  • Doctor

    January 18th, 2020 - 12:13am

    The watcher the moment has been prepared for last figrine 2027

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  • Paul B.

    January 3rd, 2020 - 2:26am

    I hope for companion set of Peri and 6th in Necros blue

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  • Aj Rose

    January 2nd, 2020 - 11:12am

    I think a Margaret with exposed slitheen arm is a genius idea! I know Annette would love one made! Here’s hoping we will get such an ‘out there’ figurine. More from the 9th Doctor’s era would be very welcome. He only has a few to represent his amazing series!

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    • Anonymous

      January 2nd, 2020 - 12:08pm

      That would be a cool one to do, possibly even trin-e and zu-zana as they’re quite out there too

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