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For series 10 Master why not use Series 8 Twelfth Doctor, new/updated Simm headsculpt and a new body wrap(seeing as Benton and Yates have shown that is possible)? Or for cheaper just series 8 twelve(specifically the plain black shirt version) with a new/updated Simm headsculpt.
Ah missed it, that's what I get for not being on here everyday XD. I had wondered if it was an Eaglemoss one. Though wouldn't be the first time a figure has been denied only to get a release announcement not too long after.
All I want is a companion for each Doctor, and currently Billy, Pat, Peter and Paul are lacking. Heck, I'd even take a simple repaint for a comic-book "Kroton the Cyberman" to stand by old Eight. Though if Big Finish wants to break for an audio-accurate headsculpt, I wouldn't say no. Technically Pa...
There you go, it was in the B&M Wishlist thread. There's quite a lot of waffle about damaged tools ..tools don't get damaged as such but they do wear with use and parts such as ejector pins get lost or broken in storage. most tool stores are warm and damp which doesn't go well with steel tools so wh...
- Wed Apr 22, 2020 2:16 pm
- Forum: Customs
- Topic: The Lone Cyberman - Warrior Custom Figures
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Likeness is uncanny, especially in regard to the exposed part of his head, well done. And agreed his ending was sort of just there, my only real issue with the finale after his build up.
I sincerely hope we get another classic companion, although the way the Harry Sullivan sets have pegwarmed, I’m worried that perhaps they won’t do that again. I don’t think harry was the issue I think it was 2 sontaran that was the peg warming issue I personally loved getting the classic sontarans ...
In the show I think Stike was tall for a Sontaran where as Varl was more standard size. Other than that I can only really recall a slight difference in skin tone. There might be other variations in the costume/design but not sure.