‘Doctor Who’ toys riff on ‘Star Wars’ Galactic Heroes

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Doctor Who Time Squad What a cute little Cyberman and Dalek! I’m sure they don’t have any interest in Cyber-converting or exterminating you.

The new Time Squad line from Character Options, the official toymaker of the BBC’s flagship sci-fi series Doctor Who, embraces the “deformed” style of cute little action figure that has been so popular in the last couple of years. And yes, they’ll fit right in with your … kids’ Star Wars Galactic Heroes figures and playsets from Hasbro.

Time Squad figures will be available in both 2- and 5-pack sets with the 5-packs containing some unique figures. According to Action-Figure.com, The two-packs cost £4.99 and the five-packs cost £9.99 each, and they should be available from U.K. retailers by April.

Source: The Doctor Who News Page

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