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Published on January 18th, 2011 | by Patrick Riley

Five Inches of Crime-Fighting Hotness

Doctor Who - Amy Pond and the Pandorica alternative figureRemember the ‘Build-Your-Own Pandorica‘ of yestermonth?  It’s back, and now it’s got a variable!

If you’re dissatisfied with your Amy Pond figure in her normal outfit, get her Eleventh Hour/A Christmas Carol Kissogram garments instead!  This rare example of five-inch-tall plastic miniskirted goodness will be an instant hit with all your mates to whom you show off your Who collection to.

Plus, take her out of the packaging and sit her on your pillow and you can fulfill your lifelong dream of falling asleep beside Karen Gillan every night!  Trust us, no one will think you’re mad or frightening; it’s perfectly socially acceptable for a grown human to sleep with an action figure and shout it from the rooftops.  Honest.  Try it.

We dare you.

Like the Amy “Ho Hum” Pond figure, the Amy “Smokin’ Hot Law Enforcement Officer” Pond comes with one of six faces to your Pandorica audiobook set; there’s nothing new to see here, it’s still Doctor Who and the Cave Monsters Part 1.  If you already have the normal Amy figure and were hoping to hear Part 2, you’ll want the Silurian Warrior.

The RRP of the Police-Pond-Pandorica from Character Options is £9.99; however, if you purchase online through Forbidden Planet, you can save a quid and get it for £8.99 instead!

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Patrick is a temporal hitchhiker who spends most of his time in the future. His favourite Doctor is the Fourteenth. If you're especially lucky, you might even hear him tweet to all you merry folk in the past @10PatrickRiley.



4 Responses to Five Inches of Crime-Fighting Hotness

  1. avatar Carn says:

    I’m sure this release has pissed off many people who bought the overpriced ‘Christmas’ set just for this figure (the non-electronic TARDIS and the poor quality repaint 11th Doctor figure being a waste of money) as if they’d waited a bit like me they could have got this figure cheaper. Same I suppose goes for those who ended up with a duplicate regular Amy to complete their Pandorica set. Seems like this should have been the original release for that from the start of that wave and possibly another lame attempt by CO to squeeze more money out of WHo figure collectors wallets.

    I wouldn’t call the regular Amy outfit ‘ho hum’ though. She looks damn fine in that one too. I mean the actual character/actress, not so much the figure cos I don’t find bits of plastic at all sexy. No sir. I totally am not stroking my Amy figure at all…


  2. “No sir. I totally am not stroking my Amy figure at all…”

    Oh come on Carn! Live a little! Everyone’s doing it! Or is that just me? ;)

    jk, I don’t have an Amy figure to stroke, only a Dalek. Which is perfectly normal, right? Riiight?

    *for those of you slightly frightened by this comment, author Patrick Riley has been known in the past to be a complete liar. Whether this applies presently is open for debate.

  3. avatar Carn says:

    I will admit I had her in my pocket one day in december cos I took her to a friends place cos they wanted to see her before ordering one for themselves.

    I mean jacket’s inside pocket, not trousers… :P

  4. avatar Carn says:

    My Amy police figure arrived today :) Is lovely. LittleBigPlanet 2 arrived too and has me pondering why there’s no Doctor Who DLC for it. British show, british game and Sackboys/girls dressed as Who character would look adorable.

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