- A figure of Chip as seen in TV: New Earth.
- Chip was originally released with Series 2 Rose Tyler in late 2006, and re-released with "Destroyed" Lady Cassandra in late 2008.
Clockwork Droid (male)
- Two Clockwork Droids were released in late 2006, based on their appearance in The Girl in the Fireplace.
- The first of these variants was blue, and the second was black. Both feature removable arm weapons, and their masks can be removed to expose their "clockwork" face.
- The blue Clockwork Man was also available in a Series 2, six figure gift pack exclusive to Woolworths, while the black Clockwork Man was available in a Series 2, ten figure gift pack exclusive to Toys'R'Us.
- In early 2009, the blue version was re-released, but this time in purple and cream colours, as part of the "Gelth Phantom build-a-figure" wave. This Clockwork Man came with a blue connector.
- Two versions of the Cyber-Controller from The Age of Steel were released.
- It featured most of the same mould as the regular-release Cyberman, but with sparkplugs on the chest and an exposed brain. The first version released also had pale yellow eyes, while the second release's eyes were blue.
- The latter version was also made available with a throne and two Cybermen without gun-arms (labelled as "Cyber Guards").
- This was later retooled to make the Cyber-Lord from The Next Doctor.
- This was also later released with a Tesco exclusive set that included the Cyber Controller, the Tenth Doctor with Ghost Triangulation gear & the Hoix.
- Two versions of the Cybermen were released; one for the Cyberman as they appeared in Rise of the Cybermen/The Age of Steel, and another version with the new laser gun implement shown in Doomsday.
- The first came unarmed and with open hands, while the second came with a gun attached to its right forearm and a clenched right fist.
- As well as being single carded figures, the first figure was further released in a Series 2 ten figure gift pack exclusive to Toys R Us. Two such figures were included with the Cyber-Controller as "Cyber Guards". The second figure was also available in the two versions of the Doomsday set: one with the Tenth Doctor (in brown suit with trenchcoat and sonic screwdriver) and Dalek Sec, and one with the Tenth Doctor (in brown suit with 3D glasses) and Dalek Sec.
The Cult of Skaro
- The Cult of Skaro, as seen in Army of Ghosts/Doomsday and Daleks in Manhattan/Evolution of the Daleks, was released.
- Dalek Sec was the only Dalek of the Cult to be released as a single carded figure during Series 2.
- All four Daleks are retools of the Series 1 "Dalek with Mutant Reveal" mould, with the "Mutant Reveal" feature removed. They were available in a gift pack with the Genesis Ark. Their eyestalks, guns and manipulator arms were all removable to allow them to fit inside the Genesis Ark.
- Dalek Thay and the Genesis Ark were later included in the Army of Ghosts box set, with a Destroyed Cyberman and Mickey Smith.
- Dalek Sec was included in the Series 2 ten figure gift pack exclusive to Toys R Us, two different six figure gift sets exclusive to Woolworths, and two different versions of the Doomsday set.
Grandma Connolly and the Wire
- Grandma Connolly and The Wire, as seen in The Idiot's Lantern, were released.
- Grandma Connolly had interchangeable heads, representing her "normal" and "faceless" appearance.
- The Wire was comprised of two accessories: a 1950s television screen and the smaller, bakelite transmitter which was later re-released as part of the "Woolworths exclusive" waves with the Tenth Doctor (in glasses, brown suit and trenchcoat).
- The Hoix, as seen fleetingly at the start of Love & Monsters and during scenes with the Alliance in The Pandorica Opens and more prominently in Exit Wounds, was originally released.
- Three different K9s were released as part of the line.
- The first is painted as being weathered and "rusty", depicting the K9 Mk III at the start of School Reunion, and was available with Series 1 Rose Tyler and a Series 2, six figure gift pack exclusive to Toys'R'Us.
- The second K9 has a "cleaner" appearance, depicting K9 Mk IV from the end of School Reunion and throughout The Sarah Jane Adventures; he was available with Series 2 Rose Tyler, Sarah Jane Smith and three different six figure gift sets exclusive to Woolworths.
- Both of these versions had "pull back and go" motion and a removable panel on the robot's side.
- The third version was a remote control version. It looks the same as the "rusty" K9 Mk III but is slightly larger, and the removable panel on the side was replaced with a battery port. It was included with the Tenth Doctor, either in brown suit or in brown suit with trenchcoat.
- Four different Krillitanes from School Reunion were released.
- The first two featured a sculpt with an open mouth and were released in late 2006; both red and grey variants were available.
- In late 2007, both figures were re-released but slightly retooled: instead of the sculpt having an open mouth, it was now closed.
- The red Krillitane was also available in a Series 2 ten figure gift set exclusive to Toys R Us, while the grey Krillitane was available in a Series 2 six figure gift set exclusive to Woolworths.
- Lady Cassandra has had previous releases as part of Series One.
- Cassandra had two releases under the Series 2 banner - both labelled "Destroyed Cassandra."
- The first was a modification to the second version of the original Series 1 figure: the beige plastic representing the skin was removed, leaving just a frame, and this was released as part of the "Woolworths Exclusive" line.
- The second release came in late 2008, in a two-pack with Chip, her servant.
- Rose Tyler, in her New Earth costume with ice extinguisher accessory from The Girl in the Fireplace, was released.
- This action figure is unusual in that the figure's costume and the packaged accessory are from two different stories.
Sarah Jane Smith
- Sarah Jane Smith and K9, as seen in School Reunion, were released.
- The Tenth Doctor in his spacesuit, as seen in The Impossible Planet/The Satan Pit and The Waters of Mars, was released.
- Assorted characters from Series One and Two were re-released as a box set.
- The Lupine Wavelength Haemovariform, or Werewolf, as seen in Tooth and Claw, was released.
- The Werewolf was released as an 8" articulated figure.
- Toby Zed, as seen in The Impossible Planet/The Satan Pit, was released.
- Toby Zed was released in two variants, one possessed, one not. The unpossessed variant was a Woolworths exclusive.