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Micro Figure Frenzy!

Rare Doctor Who Character Building Those with eagle eyes may have spotted an advert at the back of this month’s Doctor Who Magazine for a Doctor Who-themed series of “Micro Figures”.

They are a bit like Lego and you can get some funky little play sets to go with the characters. However, there are already some very rare collectibles that are scarcely available for the public to buy, so it’s worth keeping your eyes peeled for them.

Several “very limited” versions of some characters have been put n circulation including:

-A projected Weeping Angel

-A “raggedy” version of the Eleventh Doctor still in his predecessor’s clothes

-Amy Pond in a green coat

-The Silurian Alaya

-The Eleventh Doctor in his football gear from The Lodger

It seems that for every thousand micro figures, only one of these rarities appeared in the batch so as soon as you find one, do not let it go! Character Options, the makers of the range, commented:

“Where they will turn up is a complete lottery but it has certainly created a frenzy amongst the fans.”

Remember, if you come across one on eBay or a similar website, grab it and keep hold of it for dear life!

You should be able to pickup these cool items from around £1.99 for the figures; Forbidden Planet should be your first stop, but bear in mind you will need to purchase a lot of figures to find the rare ones!


What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!

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