Hand on heart I never thought we’d get sets like these. This is pure squee, compressed intensely like dwarf star alloy. Not only are we getting a Sensorite set we’re getting a Voord set with stunning Ian Chesterton figure!
Here are the offical details
07435 The Sensorites (1964) collector figure set
This Doctor Who Collectors set is a must have for all Doctor Who fans and collectors and includes a trio of detailed Doctor Who figures from the classic 1964 episode ‘The Sensorites’. The Sensorites were a terrific alien species with their telepathic abilities and peaceful overtures.
Their appearance at the window towards the end of episode 1 must rate as one of the creepiest entrances of any alien in the show. Celebrating the episode fans will be able to enjoy a First Doctor figure, a Sensorite Action Figure with Probe Accessory plus an alternative Sensorite ELDER Action Figure with Probe Accessory. For the first time in a 3 figure pack we have a detailed insert card rather than bare white card.
07443 The Keys of Marinus collector figure set
Also from a classic episode of 1964 is The Keys of Marinus Collector Figure three figure Set. This Ian Chesterton Action Figure depicts one of The Doctors very first companions and is accompanied by not one but two Voord Warrior Action Figures with dagger accessory.
The evil Voord Warriors of the Planet Marinus with its arid land and acid seas are extremely memorable because of their truly unique design and are replicated in this classic set. Again this comes with a detailed insert card.
There are also two new Dalek History sets to continue expanding towards every Dalek Ever!
07439 History Daleks #5 Power of the Daleks collector figure set
The Doctor Who Daleks’ Collector Sets have their very own fan base and to mix things up a little the next two sets are slightly out of order to give a more varied on shelf presence. So first up is Set #5 The Power of the Daleks Set, comprising of two highly detailed Daleks – The Silver Drone Dalek and Drone with Mutant Scoop Dalek.
07439 History Daleks #7 Day of the Daleks collector figure set
Finally, we jump one story forwards to the next decade to 1972’s ‘Day of the Daleks’ and The Daleks’ first foray into colour TV with Collector Set #7 which celebrates this four part story first shown in January of that year.
In this set you’ll find the highly detailed Gold Supreme Dalek and Grey drone Dalek as seen in the episodes. Considered a classic among Doctor Who fans, this episode saw the Third Doctor and his companions Jo and U.N.I.T take on Time Travelling guerrillas, Ogrons and the Daleks, in a bid to avert World War III.