A growing army of Cyberman Toys has been released following the continuing success of the Cybermen in the New Series of Doctor Who
- Cyber Controller Collect & Build
Character Options 2009 Cyber Controller Figures
- Damaged Cyberman
Also known as Destroyed Cyberman or Battle-Damaged Cyberman. Released as a limited edition (3000 units) exclusive 5" carded figure at the US Comic Convention in San Diego (2007). Available in the UK in the Army of Ghosts Figure Set and in the 6 Figure Gift Pack (Series 2)
- Cyber Leader Voice Changer Helmet
2009 release as featured in The Next Doctor 2008 Xmas special. Features light, sound and speech effects More Cyber Leader Voice Changer
- Cyberman Voice Changer Helmet
Features 3 voice change settings, 9 classic Cyberman phrases, cyber weapons sound effects and light up mouth. This toy was voted Toy of the Year 2006 by the UK trade body the Toy Retailers Association
- Cyber Controller Voice Changer Helmet
The Cyber Controller version has gold brain detailing on top of the helmet. Look out for the new Judoon Trooper and Dalek versions of this helmet
- Action Figure Cyberman 5"
Available in two versions; with and without gun arm detail
- Classic 12" Cyberman Action Figure
From Character Options
- Version Two Cyberman 12" with Cyber-Gun accessory
This is the first 12" action figure in the enhanced range of 12 inch figures to include actual fabric costumes and accessories
- Cyber Controller Action Figure
This figure can be found in a set with Cyber Throne and two Cyberman Guards and also as a single carded figure. There are two versions of this figure; one has pale yellow eyes , the other blue eyes
- Cyber Leader
- Cyberman Animatronic Room Guard
8" Cyberman guard figure which reacts to and warns off intruders with movement and digitised speech. A similar, but with black helmet bars, Animatronic Cyber Leader figure can also be found but is subject to limited availability. There is also a Cyber Controller animatronic figure too
- Talking Cyberman
This is a re-released 7" Talking Cyberman figure from Product Enterprise which comes with Cybermat and blaster gun and emits four cyber phrases. Also available is the Talking Cyberman Leader figure which is similar but in black
- Supermag Cyberman
Cyberman toy made of magnetic connectors by Plastwood
- Cyberman Electronic Talking Mug
When tipped up emits Cyberman phrases, can be found in Dalek and Tardis versions
Featuring black helmet bars, removeable chest plate and EMP Grenade, Cyber Leader can be found with Character Options Dalek Battle Pack
What is a Cyberman?
Cybermen are cyborgs, or cybernetic organisms.
As a species, they are originally human in type; their home planet is Mondas. However they began a radical programme of artificial cybernetic implantation.
Ultimately, with little or no organic self remaining, the Cyberman is emotionless and machine-like, making them one of the Doctor's most dreaded and ruthless adversaries.
The first appearance of the Cybermen in Doctor Who was in The Tenth Planet in 1966, since when they have been a recurring theme. Cyberman was created by screenwriter Gerry Davis (1930-1991) and scientist Dr Christopher Pedler (1927-1981) former Head of Miscroscopy at the University of London.
There is a vast army of Cyberman toys, though in terms of numbers they probably lose out to the Daleks.
In 1977 a 9" Cyberman action figure was released by Mego and Denys Fisher. Denys Fisher Cyberman
During the 1980's Dapol released a Cyberman as part of its range of Doctor Who action figures. Dapol Cyberman
In 2002 Product Enterprises released their talking Cyberman and talking Cyberleader, these included a Cybermat and blaster weapon. They were heard to say "Emotion is a weakness", "Eradicate the Time Lord" and"Destroy Earth". These talking figures were re-released in 2006 with slight variations of colouring.
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In 2005 Character Options released their first 5" Cyberman action figure. This was followed by two versions of the Cyber Controller; with white eyes and with blue eyes. The Cyber Leader 5" was released with the Dalek Battle Pack with Cyber Leader.
In 2007 Character Options updated the 5" Cyberman action figure with a gun arm detail.
Late 2007 saw the release of the Destroyed Cyberman
In the 12" range Character Options have released a 12" Cyberman figure with and without Cyber Blaster Gun accessory and also two versions of the 12" Cyber Controller (the second with improved visible brain detail).
Corgi currently also make a Cyberman figure as part of a set in die-cast metal.
Plastwood have now added a Cyberman figure to their Supermag range.
Please note that this is in no way an exhaustive list.
More Cyberman toys are set for release. For regular updates keep following doctorwhotoys.net
Cyberman Sketch - Thanks Jamie