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7th Doctor Companion From Silver Nemesis, Doctor Who Action Figures, Ace #adDoctor Who #ad
- With picture frame and boombox included. Doctor who action figures - Includes Ace the 7th Doctor's Companion. Measures 3. 75 inches Tall. Includes replaceable arms. Officially licensed Dr Who Seventh Doctor Companion.
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Seven20 Doctor Who 3.75" Action Figure: Danny Pink as Cyberman #adSeven20 #ad
- Officially licensed Doctor Who action figure. Re-enact your favorite doctor Who scenes with this great action figure from Underground Toys! Figure stands approximately 3. 75 inches tall. Collect them all! Fully articulated Danny Pink as a Cyberman action figure.
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LEGO Doctor Who, Cyberman Minifigure #adLEGO #ad
- Measures 2 Inches tall. Loose - no Retail Packaging. Exclusive figure - from Retired LEGO Set 71238. Comes disassembled ready to build. Everything in image included. Authentic LEGO Product.
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Doctor Who "Silver Nemesis" Cyberleader and Cyberman Figure Set of 2 #adUnderground Toys #ad
- The weapon is now in the form of a statue of Lady Peinforte and has three components that must be brought together in order to be activated. Stop the cybermen before they create the ultimate weapon! From the 1988 Doctor Who story 'Silver Nemesis. Great for the classic doctor who fans! cyberleader and cyberman are both included in this mind-blowing 2-pack of action figures based on the 1988 Doctor Who story 'Silver Nemesis.
Each stands about 6-inches tall and brings a Cybergun accessory. The asteroid now crashes back to Earth near Windsor Castle. Order these super action figures today and stop the cybermen before they create the ultimate weapon! The seventh doctor and ace visit windsor, validium, a group of neo-nazis, england in 1988, and a 17th century time-travelling sorceress named Lady Peinforte-- are each attempting to capture a weapon made of a living metal, where three factions-- the Cybermen, created as the ultimate defense for Gallifrey.
The doctor plays the three rival groups off against one other until he eventually appears to surrender the statue to the Cybermen. However, this is just another carefully laid trap by The Doctor, and the Cybermen warships are totally wiped out when they attempt to control the weapon. In order to foil an earlier attempt to control it, the Doctor launched the weapon inside an asteroid, into a 25 year orbit over 300 years ago.