Warlord Games have probably produced what will become two of the most popular sets to be released to the range, just in time for Christmas!
The unassembled and unpainted miniatures of the Doctors in previously unreleased poses are priced at £11.99 per set, although order the special ‘Six Doctors’ bundle for £23.98 and receive a special K9 figure absolutely free!
First, Fourth and Tenth Doctors Set
The First Doctor has been characterised as a crotchety old man but he was so much more, displaying childish delight, great charm, enormous warmth and a wonderful sense of mischief during his many adventures through time and space.
The Fourth Doctor has been characterised as a clownish adventurer, eager to dish out jokes and jelly babies. It’s a notion that neglects so much about this fascinating incarnation – this Doctor’s remote, alien nature, his apparent coldness and the fact that his tomfoolery often served to wrong-foot his enemies…
The Tenth Doctor was a fascinating combination of bonhomie and loneliness. He felt the loss of Rose Tyler very keenly but approached all his adventures with a life-affirming gusto!
Fifth, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors Set
The Fifth Doctor was the Time Lord’s most youthful incarnation up to that point in his life but there was more to this cricket-loving Doctor than just youthful impetuosity…
The Doctor, in his eleventh incarnation, is an excited explorer of the universe, with a keen intelligence that means he often notices what everyone else has missed.
Granted a new regeneration cycle by the Time Lords, the Doctor’s Twelfth incarnation replaced his predecessor’s genial nature with a sharp, impatient and at times insensitive soul who was quick to criticize. The Twelfth Doctor may not be big on hugs but he’s still brave, heroic and funny, with the ability to make jokes in the direst situation.