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February 19th, 2016 6 comments

Robert Harrop Doctor Who 1975 Osiran Sutekh

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“Your evil is my good. I’m Sutekh the Destroyer. Where I tread, I leave nothing but dust and darkness. I find that good!”

The Doctor and Sarah Jane land with the TARDIS on Earth in the year 1911 inside an old priory owned by Egyptologist Marcus Scarman. Professor Scarman has been possessed by Sutekh, last survivor of the god-like Osirans, who is held prisoner inside a pyramid in Egypt by a signal transmitted from one on Mars.

Sutekh seeks his freedom and instructs Scarman to construct servicer robots – which look like Egyptian mummies – to build a missile with which to destroy the Martian pyramid.


Sutekh, also known as Sutekh the Destroyer, destroyed his home planet Phaester Osiris and left a trail of destruction across half the galaxy. Variations of Sutekh’s name include Set, Satan and Sadok and are abhorred in every civilised world.

Sutekh’s brother Horus and the remaining seven hundred forty Osirans tracked Sutekh to Egypt and used their powers to imprison him in the Black Pyramid for 7,000 years.

  • A Limited Edition Handpainted figurine / statue from the Doctor Who Collection
  • Designed and Sculpted in Shropshire, England by Robert Harrop Designs
  • raditionally Hand Sculpted by Antony Halls
  • Official BBC License. Each piece is approved by the Doctor Who television production team at BBC Wales in Cardiff. Additionally, the Doctors are approved by the actors themselves
  • Approximately 8.3 inches (212mm) tall
  • A Limited Edition of Only 300 Figurines Worldwide
  • Individually hand numbered with a unique number on the base
  • Comes complete in a presentation box with information card and a Certificate of Authenticity!

As a mark of provenance, each Limited Edition figurine will be numbered with a unique Edition Number and will come packaged in a presentation box with an Information Card and Certificate of Authenticity!


Categorised under: 1:12 Scale Robert Harrop Figurines, Collectables


  • Garry – Big Blue Box Podcast

    February 25th, 2016 - 9:53am

    Looks great, pre-order done 🙂

  • The Flying Shark

    February 20th, 2016 - 7:18pm

    No problem. 🙂

  • The super whovian

    February 19th, 2016 - 7:14pm

    All I can say is yes. A figurine from one of my favourite doctor who stories? yes please

  • The Flying Shark

    February 19th, 2016 - 7:04pm

    Seems you’ve got the story a bit confused, the son of Sutekh in the comic is Anubis, the comic knows and makes reference to Horus being Sutekh’s brother. Hope this clears it up for you.

  • The Monitor

    February 19th, 2016 - 6:03pm

    In my view, the most threatening and convincing villain, ever in Doctor Who. There was that moment, brilliantly conceived by Robert Holmes, were you really thought it was going to be the end and no stopping him.

    Gabriel Woolfe was stunning and the design too, second to none.

    They can churn out Pyramid of Mars merchandise all day long as far as I am concerned. However, interesting choice to do him standing. The impotent (seated) Sutekh was, ironically far more threatening, just as Davros was/is I suppose. The analogy fails with the dreadful Max Capricorn otherwise spoiling a great Christmas Special.

    Well done Robert Harrop for realising some truly great Doctor Who villains. Sutekh, greatest of them all…

  • Anonymous

    February 19th, 2016 - 11:41am

    Brilliant looking figure. Pre-ordered!


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