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I do enjoying watching Doctor Who when it comes on the television and I have watched this programme for years but I like it much better now. My favourite Doctor was David Tennant and I bought a poseable five-inch action figure. I have one out of the box and I keep another on still in the box because I will pass it down to my granddaughter and it might be worth some money in years to come if it stays boxed.
This cost £26.99 and it wasn’t cheap but I think it was worth the money still. It is suitable for ages five years and upwards and my granddaughter loves to play with this lovely little Doctor when she comes to my house. She will play for ages putting him into different positions.
The Doctor has a very strong sense of what is right and wrong and I admire his character for this. This was the Tenth Doctor and there were another 9 Doctors before this one. This figure came with a tiny little sonic screwdriver and he is very real and lifelike and I think he is a very good likeness indeed of the tenth Doctor.
I like his lovely little pin-striped suit and he is wearing a shirt and tie and a pair of those lovely sandshoes that the Doctor wears when he goes off on his adventures with the pretty Amy Pond.
The only thing I am not so keen on with this model is that the Doctor seems to look a little bit startled and also his legs bend at the knees. I prop him up but he will collapse slightly and he has a tendency to look tired or poorly. Other than this though I do love this lovely action figure and I am very pleased with this toy.
I think he would appeal to both little boys and little girls and big ones too and he gives hours of pleasure to all sexes. He is a lovely little toy and I recommend him to you.
Er wrong doctor. Matt Smith was the dr when Amy Pond was the companion, not David Tenant (his companions included Donna Noble, Martha Jones and of course Rose Tyler)
randy_edith 04.05.2012 21:40
Unless I have been watching a completely different programme Amy69, David Tenant did indeed have many advetures with the lovely Amy Pond and he was a reincarnation so I am correct, he was resurrected as the 11th
Amy69 04.05.2012 21:34
He has never ventured with Amy Pond! That is the Eleventh.
Journalist Sarah Jane Smith covertly gains access to a research centre where top ... more
scientists are being held in protective custody whilst UNIT investigates the disappearance of a number of their colleagues. The missing scientists have been kidnapped by a Sontaran, Linx, and taken back to medieval England, where they are working under hypnosis to repair his crashed spaceship. The Third Doctor follows in the TARDIS, and Sarah Jane stows away. In return for shelter, Linx has provided a robber baron called Irongron with anachronistically advanced weapons to use in attacks on neighbouring castles. The Doctor helps Sir Edward of Wessex to repel one such attack, then he and Sarah Jane conspire to drug the food in Irongron's kitchens so that the weapons can be removed while the men are unconscious. Aided by one of the kidnapped scientists, Rubeish, he then sends the others back to the 20th Century using Linx's primitive time travel equipment. Linx shoots Irongron down and gets ready to leave in his repaired ship. Hal, one of Sir Edward's archers, fires an arrow into the vulnerable probic vent at the back of his neck, killing him. The Doctor, Sarah Jane and Hal escape just before the ship explodes, destroying the castle. In this exclusive set from Underground Toys we present the Classic Sontaran: Commander Linx and his iconic Sontaran space ship along with the Third Doctor in Green Jacket and Sonic Screwdriver. Contents : 1 x Third Doctor in Green Jacket action figure 1 x Sontaran Commander Linx action figure with helmet and gun 1 x Sontaran Ship