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February 3rd, 2021 3 comments

Dr Who Figurine Collection #191 Toymaker

Available to order from www.forbiddenplanet.com

Also available to order from www.shop.eaglemoss.com

The Celestial Toymaker returns seeking to defeat the Doctor and makes a perfect addition to your Doctor Who Figurines Collection.

The Toymaker was a powerful and mysterious entity who took amusement in trapping others with childish, rigged games. He met his match in the First Doctor, who tricked the Toymaker’s game into following his own rules – and destroyed his pocket world in the process! Also known as the Mandarin, the Celestial Toymaker, and the Crystal Guardian, this cosmic menace would return in comics, novels and audiobooks, always seeking to defeat the Doctor in his cruel games – and claim the prize of victory!

This Toymaker Figurine captures the likeness of actor Michael Gough as seen in the 1966 First Doctor adventure ‘The Celestial Toymaker’. The figurine has been meticulously crafted in specially formulated metallic resin and painted by hand.

Product Features:

  • Material: Metallic Resin, carefully produced in 1:21 scale
  • Hand-painted for incredible detail to show all the little details
  • Great gift for Doctor Who fans

The Toymaker Figurine is accompanied by a 16-page magazine featuring information about your figurine and its creation.


Categorised under: 1:21 Scale Figurine Collection, Collectables

3 comments

  • Jordan9364

    February 8th, 2021 - 1:47am

    Fantastic figurine! Magazine was a really interesting read too, astonishing that the Toymaker hasn’t yet made a return in some form – a Christmas Special with Capaldi could’ve been amazing.

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    • Doug Who

      February 8th, 2021 - 5:00pm

      Yes, the Toymaker would make an excellent Christmas villain!

      It is such a shame that ‘The Nightmare Fair’ was shelved. It’s the one script from the scrapped season 23 that I think would have worked really well with the tie-in to video games and of course Blackpool – home of the wonderful exhibition!

      I enjoyed the book as a nice side-step into what might have been and a shame Michael Gough had retired by the time of the Big Finish adaptation.

      It is a really well done figurine to boot!

  • Daniel Seymour

    February 3rd, 2021 - 12:45pm

    The attention to detail on the robe is suberb!

    Reply

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