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Titans

New 6.5″ Doctor Who Titans Range Announced

Chances are that you own a piece of Doctor Who memorabilia made by Titan Merchandise. You’ll have seen their work but won’t necessarily know that it’s made by them; they’ve produced mugs, bus pass holders, t-shirts and some very detailed maxi bust models as well.

Perhaps one of their more popular items is the Doctor Who Titans range, a collection of 3 inch figures from the Doctor Who Universe. However, the company has an exciting new line of these toys: a supersized 6.5 inch range to tower over your other collectibles!

TARDIS Titan

These new figurines include the Tenth and Eleventh Doctors, the TARDIS, a Weeping Angel and, for the big finish, an 8 inch version of the Statue of Liberty Angel from 2012’s The Angels Take Manhattan.

The Doctors, the TARDIS and the Angel are available for pre-order from Forbidden Planet’s website, each one priced at £16.99. The Statue of Liberty Angel, because it’s a little larger, is available for £22.99. All of these items are to be released on 16th November 2013.

A Ninth Doctor figure will also be available around this time, though isn’t up for pre-order from Forbidden Planet yet.

This is just the beginning for the Doctor Who Titans range of releases in Doctor Who’s anniversary year; there’s plenty more to come, so keep your eyes on Kasterborous for more information!

In the meantime, you can head over to the Forbidden Planet website to make your pre-orders.



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