Super Rare Doctor Who Figures, Assemble!

Hidden in Character Options’ millions of Series 2 Character Building Doctor Who Micro Figures are a brand new set of super rare collectible figures – so the hunt is on!

While in Series 2, there were millions of tiny Doctors to assemble, there were only be 500 of the Hologram Silent and an alternate River Song in her Denim and fire arm look from The Impossible Astronaut, 250 of Rory as the Last Centurion from The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang and Amy in her Pirate get-up from The Curse of the Black Spot, and if you’re incredible lucky/have a massive amount of money to blow, you’ll nab one of only 100 bearded, straight jacketed Doctor’s from Day of the Moon.

Series 3, meanwhile, features even more rare figures, including a Voyage of the Damned Tenth Doctor, in that classical black-and-white suit.

Each one of these coveted figures comes with an exclusive Doctor Who Gold display base and a Golden Ticket (altogether now: “I got a Golden Ticket…”) of authenticity.

If you’re wondering, “How can I bankroll such a toy based endeavour?” take a lesson from the series 1 super rare figures which in some cases went for over 60 times their original evaluation of £1.99 on eBay (that’s roughly around £120!)

Some have even been asking nearly £150 for a super-rare Raggedy Doctor figure… though, unsurprisingly, there were no bids.

Incidentally, my ultra-widely-available, partial-chewed-by-the-cat Doctor Figure is available for 27p (o.n.o).  Accessories are currently being digested.

The whole series 2 set are available for £1.99 each. To view the whole set head over to Character’s website.

Good luck, figure hunters!


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