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Guess the 3.75" scale is done for? Considering I can never find these, I should be okay with it...
 

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They should've just stuck with the 5" scale to begin with. I stopped collecting when they changed the scales but haven't picked up any in a while now :(
 
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They should've just stuck with the 5" scale to begin with. I stopped collecting when they changed the scales but haven't picked up any in a while now :(
Well, I love Doctor Who and had to watch for years as all of those crap-scaled 5" figures were produced. I was just happy they made some in the correct scale for a couple years. As I've said many times, I just really wish we'd gotten the 8th Doc and the Missy figs that Al Dewar posted on his Twitter feed.
 
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If it wasn't for the 3.75" figures, I wouldn't have collected any Doctor Who. If they ever do anymore, hopefully they'll offer them to more than one dealer in the U.S. It was always difficult to track them down. I had to resort to Ebay for some that never made it to WhoNA.
 
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If it wasn't for the 3.75" figures, I wouldn't have collected any Doctor Who. If they ever do anymore, hopefully they'll offer them to more than one dealer in the U.S. It was always difficult to track them down. I had to resort to Ebay for some that never made it to WhoNA.
have to agree with Atari on this one. the only figures I was interested in was the 3.75" figures as they work well with other lines in the same scale like Star Wars, G.I. Joe, ReAction, The Big Bang Theory, Twilight Zone, Flash Gordon etc. I never really got into the larger figures.
 

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The main difference is the modern DW line were all 5"ish before they changed to a smaller scale, the smaller 3" scale had horrible likenesses and paint jobs from the ones I saw. As for other lines, my Doctor Who toys had their own shelf so it doesn't matter what every other toylike scale is.
 
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As I cant find another thread ( bit lazy too ;) ) I have to resurrect this one, with a slightly different topic.

I never collected the figures, but found love with the sonic screwdriver toys. Sure these are far away from exact replicas, but adding a little putty here and a little color there they look good enough to me.
So far, I've got the sonics of 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, Rivers and war-doc., and I am wondering if anyone know of a decent good looking display stand, or a SDL file for selfprinting. I searched around a little but only found single displays or just ugly ones.
 
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