Bif Bang Pow! reveals their next wave of Mego Style Doctor Who figures including current companion Clara, John Hurt's Doctor and 10th Doctor David Tennent!
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Doctor Who 1st and 11th Doctor Figures in Tin - Exclusive
- Three fan-demanded Doctor Who collectibles in one!
- Convention Exclusive 50th Anniversary Tin Tote.
- Features images that spans 50 unforgettable years of Doctor Who.
- Includes a First Doctor Action Figure and an Eleventh Doctor Action Figure!
- Carry them with you wherever your intergalactic travels take you!
Entertainment Earth Convention Exclusive! The wait is over. Bif Bang Pow! is proud to introduce our First Doctor and Eleventh Doctor 8-inch scale EMCE action figures in an incredible and exclusive way! This Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Tin Tote features plenty of authentic detail and imagery that spans 50 unforgettable years of Doctor Who, from the First Doctor to the Eleventh Doctor to the iconic TARDIS and beyond! The colorful tin box (measuring approximately 8 5/8-inches wide x 6 3/4-inches tall x 4-inches deep) is magnificent enough by itself, but inside you'll find retro-style action figures of William Hartnell's First Doctor and Matt Smith's Eleventh Doctor! The Doctors stand about 8-inches tall and feature real fabric clothing, accessories, and multiple points of articulation. Carry them all with you wherever your intergalactic travels take you!
The First Doctor is easily identified in his fancy buttoned vest, black coat, black-and-white checkered pants, and black shoes, carrying his walking stick. Fans of William Hartnell and the exciting adventures that first brought Doctor Who to the world will welcome him into their collection with open arms!
Matt Smith's popular Eleventh Doctor is dressed in his trademark red bowtie, suspenders, white shirt, dark pants, brown tweed jacket (complete with elbow patches!), and shoes. He brings his Sonic Screwdriver along as an accessory, of course.
Produced by the BBC, Doctor Who is the longest-running sci-fi TV series in the world. The award-winning show presents the adventures of a time traveler known simply as "the Doctor." Along with his companions, this mysterious Time Lord journeys through time and space using his TARDIS, which appears from the outside to be an ordinary police phone booth.
Thursday, January 17, 2013
The MegoMuseum blog just posted this shot of a carded sample of the Morbius figure from the oft delayed second wave of Doctor Who ReMego figures from BifBangPow! Certainly gives us hope they'll soon be in our hands.