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Character Options manufactured Doctor Who action figures in the 5" scale which tied into the 2008 series of Doctor Who. The series began with figures from Voyage of the Damned that had not been included in the series 3 releases.

As was customary for Character Options, the figures were not actually 5" tall. Instead the Dalek figure was 5" tall, and all others were scaled to match. [1] Figures were often released in batches, referred to as "Waves". Thus, a figure might be said to be in "Wave 1", or "Wave 2" for example.

Peculiar to this series, eleven figures were released separately as part of a branded "collect-and-build line". Each individual figure in this "line" contained component parts for another figure. When assembled, the parts created an 8" mounted Vespiform. A number of the figures in this "line" were also made available as a boxed character set — without the Vespiform parts.

Astrid Peth Edit

  • A figure of Astrid Peth was available in the Voyage of the Damned set, with the Tenth Doctor previously available separately, two Heavenly Host figures with removable halos and a Titanic life preserver.
  • Astrid Peth was available in "The Companions" boxed set.
  • Astrid Peth was later reissued as part of a Collect-and-Build Gelth Phantom series.
  • There are two distinct versions of this figure, one with a white apron found in the Voyage of the Damned set and one without, which is found in "The Companions" set and single-carded.

Dalek Supreme Edit

  • The Supreme Dalek, as seen in The Stolen Earth, was released.
  • This was one of twelve Series Four figures released separately as a Collect-and-Build Vespiform Wave. This figure included the Head.
  • A 5" remote-controlled version of the Supreme Dalek was also released (along with a 12" remote control model).

Davros Edit

  • Davros, as seen in The Stolen Earth/Journey's End, was released.
  • This was one of eleven Series Four figures released separately as a Collect-and-Build, with all the component parts contributing to an 8" mounted Vespiform.
  • This figure was also available in The Stolen Earth box set.

The Doctor with Adipose Edit

25 Adipose Edit

The Doctor Time Crash Edit

  • This was a Comic Con exclusive.

Donna Noble Edit

Hath Peck Edit

  • Hath Peck, with his gun, was released.
  • This was one of eleven Series Four figures released separately as a Collect-and-Build, with all the component parts contributing to an 8" mounted Vespiform.

Natural Ood Edit

  • A natural Ood, with a detachable hind brain, was released.
  • This was one of eleven Series Four figures released separately as a Collect-and-Build, with all the component parts contributing to an 8" mounted Vespiform.

Ood Sigma Edit

  • Ood Sigma with detachable communication sphere.
  • Available only as a standard issue.
  • This was also one of eleven Series Four figures released separately as a Collect-and-Build, with all the component parts contributing to an 8" mounted Vespiform.

Pyrovile Set Edit

  • This Pyrovile figure was released as a twin set along with a Roman Soldier at a slightly higher price than regular releases.

Pyrovile Priestess Edit

  • The Pyrovile Priestess, as seen in The Fires of Pompeii, was released.
  • This was one of eleven Series Four figures released separately as a Collect-and-Build, with all the component parts contributing to an 8" mounted Vespiform.
  • This model had a detatchable hood revealing the full Priestess's head.

River Song Edit

  • Professor River Song, with a squareness gun and sonic screwdriver mark ?, was released.
  • This was one of eleven Series Four figures released separately as a Collect-and-Build, with all the component parts contributing to an 8" mounted Vespiform.

Sontaran Trooper Edit

General Staal Edit

Commander Skorr Edit

Vashta Nerada Edit

  • A Vashta Nerada Suit Creature was released.
  • This was one of eleven Series Four figures released separately as a Collect-and-Build, with all the component parts contributing to an 8" mounted Vespiform.

Vespiform Edit

  • Unavailable separately this larger figure was a Build-it figure with pieces assembled from the collected parts in a series of twelve Series Four characters.
  • This figure came with its own stand.

Sets Edit

Series four set Edit

Voyage of the Damned set Edit

Tenth Doctor figure with sonic screwdriver
Astrid Peth figure
2 Heavenly Host figures with halo weapons
Titanic life-ring

Sontaran Stratagem set Edit

Donna Noble figure
Sontaran Trooper figure (with non-removable helmet)
General Skaal figure
Commander Skorr figure.

The Stolen Earth set Edit

Tenth Doctor figure
Davros figure
Supreme Dalek figure
Crucible Dalek figure
  • The Crucible Dalek is a new mould with noticable differences from previous Daleks, including extra detail on the body and more slender eye, arm and gun stalks.

Companion set Edit

Footnotes Edit

  1. Behind the Scenes at Design Works: Part 3 A little history. doctorwhotoys.net. Retrieved on 22nd October 2011.
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