DVD wrote:I believe that they will.
I think that each figure will be packaged uniquely, but fall in line that the specific era. Time of course will tell. And speaking of time - it was 11th of 11th 2011 that we saaw the reveal, and now 26th of 4th 2012 (6 months+ later) we get the packaging. I am still hoping for the email this weekend to say it's been dispached (well, to my dd'd place - then he can ship it over to me!!).
DVD wrote:This is the first packaging that these guys have shown as approved. And it's the first time I've seen it anywhere.
Personally, I like it.
My 12" figure collection is on display in a lit cabinet set into a protruding wall, but I display the packages in a room upstairs. The HT pacakging is usually a work of art, and BC look like they want to follow them down that path.
DVD wrote:CO are making figures that most people are going to rip into, and dispose of the pacakages. However, there has been a new lease of life in thir presentation. I like the styling of the new sets, in the blue, and the way that CO do insets with scenes has always been good in their larger boxes.
DVD wrote:I get you. Yeah, BC are doing it right. Create interest and discussion. Generate a desire to own these figures. Didn't take much for me tho - I read that they were doing this range, and added their site to my faves and monitored ever since !!
I am so looking forward to this stuff.
DVD wrote:We'll see.
I am sure that they have mooted a number of options.
At present tho, only 2 confirmed 12" figures in their range (11th and Amy). The Angels would appear to a given as they talked about their production / development.
A 10th Doctor may come, but untill I am not as concerned about him, as there are 2 12" 10th Doctors already (granted - not hi end, but they are pretty good).
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