Weeping Angel (Regenerating) Standard Release
Weeping Angel (Regenerating) - Standard Release & Variant Thanks Michael
Both these 2010 releases are packed as Weeping Angel (Regenerating) but the variant has a different 'weeping' head sculpt. Try CM Gifts & Collectables for availability.
Weeping Angel (Regenerating) Weeping Variant
Weeping Angel (Regenerating): Standard & Variant - Thanks Cameron & Cyberlek
Weeping Angel (Regenerating) as seen in Flesh and Stone 2010 - Thanks Cameron
There are two versions of the Weeping Angels found within the first release of the 2010 five inch Doctor Who action figures. These are Weeping Angel (Regenerating) and Weeping Angel (Regenerated). The Regenerating Angel is a new figure. The Regenerated Angel looks to be a re-release of the Series 3 Weeping Angel (Screaming Version)
Weeping Angel (Regenerated) 2010 Standard Version
Weeping Angel (Regenerated) - Standard Release & Variant Thanks Michael
Both these 2010 releases are packed as Weeping Angel (Regenerated) but the variant has a different finish with brownish paint stripes.
Weeping Angel (Regenerated) Variant Thanks Cyberlek
Weeping Angel Regenerating & Regenerated - Thanks Matt
Weeping Angels - Thanks Cyberlek
Amy Pond & Weeping Angels - Thanks Cameron
Mini Advisory Thanks VM
Some Weeping Angel figures have one potential weakness. This fault isn't seen as major as only half the figures produced have this problem. The bicep swivel joints of the Regenerating Angel variants have been affected by the application of too much glue in the socket. This means that a lot of Angel's arms will have snapped off or won't move. I have come up with a remedy for this problem
First of all, break the arm by twisting it. Then, boil the kettle and put the Angel in the water. You will need super glue and a very small screwdriver. When the plastic has softened you can insert the screwdriver and jimmy around to release the small thick end of the connector stump. This will eventually ping out. Glue the arm and the small peg together outside the Angel and leave to dry. Once dried, again put the Angel and arm in hot water. Once done you will be able to re-insert the arm without any problems!
Another interesting problem is the brital nature of the Projected Angel's joints (again biceps); the joints will snap very easily so be careful. If they do snap it is relatively easy to apply a tiny spot of glue onto the arm and let the bicep still turn. Do not heat the plastic in water, there is a danger of it deforming.
Weeping Angel (Looped) Series 3 Weeping Angel & Screaming Angel Series 5 Wave 1