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March 9th, 2020 3 comments

Figurine Collection Magazine Companion Set 1st Doctor + Companions B&W Special

Please note thumbnail for illustration only magazine is in colour

Available to order from www.shop.eaglemoss.com

Bringing the classic characters as you’ve seen them on-screen in 1963, this new four-figurine set collects together once more the First Doctor and his companions Barbara, Ian and Susan in our Doctor Who Figurine Collection!

The First Doctor arrived on screen in 1963, years before the BBC began broadcasting in colour. In the first episode “An Unearthly Child”, the viewers joined the brave teachers Barbara Wright and Ian Chesterton on their first adventure with the Doctor and his granddaughter Susan on adventures through space and time in the TARDIS.

The First Doctor & Susan, Ian and Barbara Black and White Figurine Set captures the characters as they appear in the first-ever episode of Doctor Who “An Unearthly Child”. The First Doctor, portrayed by William Hartnell, wears an Astrakhan hat and a double-breasted jacket. Susan (Carole Ann Ford) is dressed in a striped top and jeans. Barbara and Ian are dressed in long coats looking surprised to be inside the TARDIS for the first time. All the figurines were produced in black & white to capture their original look on screen


Categorised under: Doctor Who Figurine Collection, Magazine

3 comments

  • Sean

    April 29th, 2020 - 1:58pm

    Dont think I will waste my money if they’d of been in different pose I might of been interested

    Reply
  • Sean

    April 29th, 2020 - 1:49pm

    Whats the difference between this and the other 1st dr companion set

    Reply
    • booboo

      April 29th, 2020 - 1:52pm

      it black and white as per the tittle

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