A Brief History:
I first got into Doctor Who I think when I was about the age of 7 and it was Jon pertwees turn as the Doctor then in 1974, where it was televised on a Saturday evening after World of sport with Dickie Davis and crackerjack.
Well then there was not that much merchandise to buy as there is now some Dalpol I would imagine but I did not bother with it. I had the Tom baker figure with the Tardis and a K9 . and various Who Annuals
I have always liked Doctor Who and followed it now for 33 years I guess,and really got interested again when the tv series was launched with Christopher Ecclestone and David Tenant took as The Doctors, and since then I have bought as many of series 1 through to series 4 figures and my favourite series the Classics ,as I could and the box sets.Most of my figures are carded and displayed on racks but I also have a book shelf for loosee figures too
I used to collect Starwars action figures and ships and had over 300 in total all boxed but lost interest in them and sold them all to buy more Who figures I also have many who dvd's which I watch when I come home from a stressfull day at work. It is great to watch a dvd and then go and compare what the figure looks like compared to the reall character, I also have a large collection of Corgi classic comercial vehicles and Heavy Haulage vehicles
I have the current Build it wave of the Vespiform but as yet waiting for the age of steel to arrive,
Please feel free to leave your comments
Number of Figures:
120 loose figures and 160 carded and boxed sets
When I have more time I will try and categorise them better
Figures still needed:
BAF Age of Steel
BAF Gelth Phantom
More than one of a figure that can represent different aliens:
12 x New Cybermen
8 x Natural Oods
8X Ood Sigma
15 x Classic Daleks various colours, ranks
3x Sycorax Warriors
I have various comic convention carded figures including Time crash, damaged Cyberman etc , I would think they are most valuable but I only collect because I like them not the value The figures are all In my small spare bedroom and in my own bedroom but quickly running out of room
Two purchased customs
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Really good collection and godd army building you must have loads of money as i struggle to get 1 figure a month as i only £1 per week and im 13
New Series: EOT 3/4, Just Need "Eleventh Doctor Regenerated" ON ORDER
Time Squad: ALL, EOT Master 6/6
Classic: Wave 2, 4/6 - Cyberman from "Earthshock" ON ORDER also have Seventh Doctor ON ORDER
Other: Still Need, Journal of Impossible Things with the Master's Ring
Still Need: (R = Replacement) R-Gwen Cooper, R-Toby Unpossed, R-Hoix, Mummy with New Canopic Jar, VESPIFROM Vashta Nerada and lots more minor ones.
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Cor, that's one collection you've got there!
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Thank you whatisthere and Martha. When I was 13 I didnt get much pocket money I did a paper round to buy things but now still get all my bills to pay etc but I manage to put a little aside to buy a few figures , sometimes I will win a good auction on Ebay where there are a few in a lot for little money to army build. But now I only buy things I really like not just because its a figure and just released and I must have it as room here is limited now so I have to be more choice and also get rid of some of my doubles
hang on why do you need more than 1 ood sigma/space pig?
and how do you get special acsess to make your own collection page I CANT SEEM TO GET MY OWN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Is there a set rule that you dont have more than one of an alien ?after all the Ood are a herd species and space pigs well they get lonely on there own 3 little piggys went to market
And to be gain access to your own page you need to pay £10.00 or more if you like
oh, thanks actionfigure mad. u see I MIGHT HAVE a probloem there as i dont get pocket money as often as most people do
there is a post where you can show your collection and say how you display them
http://www.drwhofigures.co.uk/forum/vie ... ht=display
Great collection - that Vespiform does look so good...
Welcome to my new empire user. It is only fitting that you should bear witness to the resurrection and triumph of Seb - Lord and creator of Doctor Who Figures Online.
Classic episodes watched: 70/160 (including TV Movie + 3 audio reconstructions)
Most recent classic episode: The Three Doctors
Most recent new episode: The Doctor's Wife
Thanks Seb I havn't been looking at the collection much this week but when you dont go in every day i think you appreciate the figures more . I said I wouldnt buy the Vespiform but im pleased I did, its a nice item just the right scale too
I just noticed that Vespiform, it really looks great!
"Shake it, break it, make it BOUNCE"
- Iggy Azalea - Bounce
It looks really good! How come you have Korwin?
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I bought him off Ebay as a loose figure with various other figures. i hit on lucky with the vespiform and korwin bought both of them from same seller the Kowin was expensive though a good figure loose which stands well , the vespiform was bought ready built
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love the vespiform and korwin wish i had them
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