Big Chief debuts their 1/6-scale Eleventh Doctor figure

11:00 PM on 10.03.2011

Brian Szabelski

Editor-in-Chief

Big Chief Studios is a company that's pretty new to me, but if first impressions are anything, then they've made one heck of an impression on me. Earlier this summer, they got the rights to make figures from Doctor Who from the BBC, and their first attempt at it is this 1/6-scale figure of Matt Smith's Doctor. The sculpt is looking pretty darn good, and the actual figure as a whole look awesome, at least to me.

There will be two versions of the Eleventh Doctor for your perusal: a limited edition (US$230) and a 250-piece signature edition (US$265) that comes with a plaque signed by Matt Smith himself. As for accessories ... it's a ton of stuff. So much that the full list is after the jump, but long story short, it's pretty much everything you could need for this figure. Well, except a fez.

There's more on the way, too; Pond is next up (YAY) and Big Chief's deal with the Beeb includes rights to all of the Doctors, among other things. The Eleventh Doctor arrives in late December-early January, and I think I've found my DO WANT for the next few months already. 

[via Fanboy.com]

Specification

1 x Eleventh Doctor Head Portrait featuring an Authentic Likeness of Matt Smith
1 x Jacket
1 x Shirt
1 x Bow Tie
1 x Pair of Bracers (Suspenders)
1 x Pair of Trousers
1 x Pair of Boots
1 x Pair of Socks (Partial)
6 x Interchangeable Hands
1 x TARDIS Floor Base with Stand

Accessories

1 x Sonic Screwdriver (Closed) *
1 x Sonic Screwdriver (Open) *
1 x Wallet with Psychic Paper
1 x Nano Recorder Gun
1 x Lash-up Device
1 x Time Lord Consciousness Cube *
1 x The Doctor’s Invitation with Envelope
1 x TARDIS Door Sign Fragment
1 x The Doctor's Handkerchief
1 x Wristwatch
NOTE: * Accessories do not have light-up features

 

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