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I've actually seen these now - they're got a complete set, on display in FP Shaftesbury Avenue. They look so good.
As a small aside, I personally thought the old style cards were better - but seeing as 90% of this lot is open I suppose it's not a big deal - but for the select few items I do wish to keep MOMC then I preferred them previously...
Though Wave Two is nearly confirmed but future waves are still up in the air.
Seventh Doctor from Ghost Light without his hat.
Cyberman based on the first appearance from the The Tenth Planet
A Mummy (Osiran Service Robot) with Canopic Jar from Pyramids of Mars
Morbius Monster from The Brain of Morbius
Voc Robot with replacable decals in order to allow you which numbered Voc you want from the Robots of Death
Large Daemon Build-a-Figure
Romana 1, Romana 2 and K9 Three Pack
The Master (Delgado and Ainley exchangeable heads)
Brigadier Alastair Gordon Lethbridge Stewart
Saarl (Curse of Peladon)
Alpha Centari (Curse of Peladon)
White Robot (The Mind Robber)
First Doctor, Zarbi and Menoptra Three Pack
First Doctor (Single Card)
Alternate Fourth Doctor w/ Season 18 Red Coat & Scarf with Meglos changeable head
Foamasi (Leisure Hive)
Marshman (Full Circle)
Pirate (Pirate Planet)
Quark (The Dominators)
Scaroth of the Jagaroth (City of Death - Changeable heads)
Susan, Ian Chesterton and Barbara Wright Three Pack
I love the Robot. As a monster it was big favourite as a kid (upon broadcast), but as I got older it was one of the things that lost it's menace. Now I've come full circle and I'm back where I started.
In toy museums, museums generally and any sort of retro shops, they'll often have a very traditional boys toys kind of robot, very similar in appearance to the K1 Robot. I've often thought about picking one up, but I never did. I won't need to now.
I suspect these haven't done as well as CHaracter (and the individual retailers) would've hoped.
When new figures are out, in the first 3 or 4 weeks at least, there is always a real scramble to get them. It doesnt matter where you go, it's a bit of a lottery.
I thought these would be REALLY hard to get, but I've seen all 8 of them in 3 different retailers since they became available about a week ago. In addition to that, I've just noticed that Galaxy 4 already have a couple of them on sale! (under the guise of "army building").
Doctor Who Classic Series Wave 2 Figures
7th Doctor Sylvester McCoy
Seventh Doctor (1987-1996) Sylvester McCoy without Hat as seen in Ghost Light (1989)
First appeared in The Ice Warriors (1967) as heavily armoured reptiles with claw hands
With 'goldfish bowl' head and giant crab claw as seen in The Brain of Morbius (1976) alongside Fourth Doctor Tom Baker and companion Sarah Jane Smith
Mummy with Jar
The Mummy robot will include an urn accessory. As seen in Pyramids of Mars (1975) with Tom Baker and Sarah Jane Smith
Tenth Planet Cyberman
10th Planet Cyberman finished in semi-transparent plastic. As seen in the four part serial The Tenth Planet (1966), featuring the First Doctor William Hartnell. In the first ever appearance of The Cybermen they land at the Antarctic on a mission to relocate all humans to the planet Mondas for transformation into Cybermen
V9 Voc Robot in green
'Build A Figure' - Krynoid
As seen in the Tom Baker six parter The Seeds of Doom. Collect all the figures in the wave to assemble an extra figure, just like the K-1 Robot in Wave 1 figure packs