B&M doctor who sets.

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Bundesrat wrote:
Mon Mar 15, 2021 10:16 pm
All this talk of confectionary may lead you to think it is a Kandyman release - but you would be wrong......

You would be right however to make the connection between a brain transplanted into a body made of liquorice allsorts, and a brain transplanted into a body made of allsorts of bits from alien beings - and that leads us to..... Morbius

A pseudonym was used by the writer of ‘The Brain of Morpheus’ - and who else regularly uses a pseudonym........

Confirmed - AN AINLEY MASTER!!!
Ok - Somebody explain please

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Bundesrat wrote:
Mon Mar 15, 2021 6:55 pm
Lurker at the Edge wrote:
Mon Mar 15, 2021 5:28 pm
Snickers! ... aka Marathon
Marathon = Running!
shop could mean Tuck shop! ...
Tuck shop is from a school! ...
So its a school based set with running which leads us to Mawdren Undead ... so its a Mawdren set with Turlough, Old Brig, Mawdren and Nyssa and Tegan with swappable old/young heads! ... DONE!
Nice try, but your Celtic roots betray you

1. Marathon came before Snickers, so you are clearly directing us to turn around the order of things
2. Doing so gives as “thonMara” or rather “thon Mara” - which are a recurring presence in the era of the 5th Doctor
3. Who else was a recurring presence in the era of the 5th Doctor - A VELVET CLAD AINLEY MASTER!!!!!
....DONE!
I can see you trying to throw us off the scent, there, BUT IT WON'T WORK!

"thonMara" is also an anagram for "Mothra NA." "Mothra," while appearing to be a reference to the moth-like kaiju in Godzilla lore, it's obviously a reference to the Menoptera of "The Web Planet" fame, and NA stands for the "New Adventures" novels published by Virgin in the 90s And while there are no references to the Menoptera in the NAs, Virgin's Missing Adventures published the novel "Twilight of the Gods," which featured the Second Doctor, Jamie and Victoria.

Therefore the next figure to be released is obviously Jamie... in a set with the Second Doctor and a guy in a moth suit.

You're welcome!
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skifflebits wrote:
Mon Mar 15, 2021 10:45 pm
I can see you trying to throw us off the scent, there, BUT IT WON'T WORK!
"thonMara" is also an anagram for "Mothra NA."
Close to putting folk of the scent, but no cigar. You gave it away right at the start by mentioning anagrams, for who is the MASTER of anagrams - none other than.......THE AINLEY MASTER

There is no denying it - the 100% confirmed next release is the classic look Ainley Master - HAPPY DAYS!!!!
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skifflebits wrote:
Mon Mar 15, 2021 10:45 pm
Bundesrat wrote:
Mon Mar 15, 2021 6:55 pm
Lurker at the Edge wrote:
Mon Mar 15, 2021 5:28 pm
Snickers! ... aka Marathon
Marathon = Running!
shop could mean Tuck shop! ...
Tuck shop is from a school! ...
So its a school based set with running which leads us to Mawdren Undead ... so its a Mawdren set with Turlough, Old Brig, Mawdren and Nyssa and Tegan with swappable old/young heads! ... DONE!
Nice try, but your Celtic roots betray you

1. Marathon came before Snickers, so you are clearly directing us to turn around the order of things
2. Doing so gives as “thonMara” or rather “thon Mara” - which are a recurring presence in the era of the 5th Doctor
3. Who else was a recurring presence in the era of the 5th Doctor - A VELVET CLAD AINLEY MASTER!!!!!
....DONE!
I can see you trying to throw us off the scent, there, BUT IT WON'T WORK!

"thonMara" is also an anagram for "Mothra NA." "Mothra," while appearing to be a reference to the moth-like kaiju in Godzilla lore, it's obviously a reference to the Menoptera of "The Web Planet" fame, and NA stands for the "New Adventures" novels published by Virgin in the 90s And while there are no references to the Menoptera in the NAs, Virgin's Missing Adventures published the novel "Twilight of the Gods," which featured the Second Doctor, Jamie and Victoria.

Therefore the next figure to be released is obviously Jamie... in a set with the Second Doctor and a guy in a moth suit.

You're welcome!
Off tangent but on topic, if we actually got a Menoptera figure in a 60s set I'd......probably be the only person on here happy about it. :lol:

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Spannerintheworks wrote:
Mon Mar 15, 2021 11:16 pm
Off tangent but on topic, if we actually got a Menoptera figure in a 60s set I'd......probably be the only person on here happy about it. :lol:
I'd be the other person happy about it.

Hell, I have a Menoptera custom figure. :)
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Lurker at the Edge wrote:
Mon Mar 15, 2021 5:28 pm
Snickers! ... aka Marathon
Marathon = Running!
shop could mean Tuck shop! ...
Tuck shop is from a school! ...
So its a school based set with running which leads us to Mawdren Undead ... so its a Mawdren set with Turlough, Old Brig, Mawdren and Nyssa and Tegan with swappable old/young heads! ... DONE!
Ok, but I'd buy this.

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Barnaby Bright wrote:
Tue Mar 16, 2021 3:58 pm
Lurker at the Edge wrote:
Mon Mar 15, 2021 5:28 pm
Snickers! ... aka Marathon
Marathon = Running!
shop could mean Tuck shop! ...
Tuck shop is from a school! ...
So its a school based set with running which leads us to Mawdren Undead ... so its a Mawdren set with Turlough, Old Brig, Mawdren and Nyssa and Tegan with swappable old/young heads! ... DONE!
Ok, but I'd buy this.
Wouldn't we all? :)
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skifflebits wrote:
Tue Mar 16, 2021 4:37 pm
Barnaby Bright wrote:
Tue Mar 16, 2021 3:58 pm
Lurker at the Edge wrote:
Mon Mar 15, 2021 5:28 pm
Snickers! ... aka Marathon
Marathon = Running!
shop could mean Tuck shop! ...
Tuck shop is from a school! ...
So its a school based set with running which leads us to Mawdren Undead ... so its a Mawdren set with Turlough, Old Brig, Mawdren and Nyssa and Tegan with swappable old/young heads! ... DONE!
Ok, but I'd buy this.
Wouldn't we all? :)
At this point, I think they could announce the sets as

3 figure sets:
The Dominators set
The Space Pirates set

Time Flight Set
Warriors of the Deep set

History of the Daleks (without scoops/mutants)
History of the Daleks (with the 4th issue of the Emperor Guard Dalek)

And we'd STILL have reasons with each set to get excited and pick them up. I certainly would! :)

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B&M's Spring Line of Least-Requested Doctor Who Figures

Forgettable Classic Series Minor Characters!
- Ibbotson (from "Mawdryn Undead")
- Pub Patron Number 2 (from "Battlefield")
- Tree (from "Mark of the Rani")

Forgettable New Series Monsters!
- Scribble (from "Fear Her")
- Wheelie Bin (from "Rose")
- Tree (from "In the Forest of the Night")

Famous Piles of Ash!
- Pile of Ash Dalek (from "Remembrance of the Daleks")
- Pile of Ash Osgood Zygon Double (from "Death in Heaven")
- Pile of Ash Adric (from "Earthshock")
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Bonus Companion Pack
- Three of Romana's Unused Regenerations (from "Destiny of the Daleks")
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