Nice. I've got a few of the Eaglemoss collection. But I've mainly focused on not people things. I've got the first Matt Smith one they did, I think the paint job was ok but it did put me off a bit from investing on characters. I have a new series Ice Warrior, Ice Prince, the best Supreme Dalek and the TARDIS console they did.
KingK wrote:Just seen Colin Baker (6th Doctor) signing autographs in my local shopping centre in Tamworth this morning. £20-25 a pop depending what picture you wanted.
He looked a good few stone heavier than when I watched him on a tv back in the day
Colin Baker has been at a few of the sci fi conventions I've attended, last time I saw him he only wanted £15 for a signed picture. I have met him a few times and he is a big big chap but he is also lovely, if he hugs you its a bit like being hugged by a grizzly bear and I say that as a 6 foot 18stone dude so I'm not exactly small. Somewhere I have a picture of myself and my Daughter with him.
I've met Tom Baker, Peter Davidson, Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy , Tom is amazing , he is just fantastic, Colin and Sylvester were also really friendly and total crowd pleasers where Davidson is basically polite and nice enough but he just doesn't command a room the way the others do.
When my daughter was younger I took her to a thing where Davidson was and paid for his autograph it was on her actual birthday, she was a bit dissapointed as he weakly shook her hand and wasn't very talkative to her, the day was brightened up when McCoy played the spoons for her and sang Happy Birthday to her and made a massive massive fuss of her.
Doctor Who writer Terrance Dicks has died, aged 84.
Affectionally nicknamed “Uncle Terrance” by Doctor Who fans, Dicks wrote or co-wrote many stories for the BBC sci-fi show, including 20th anniversary special ‘The Five Doctors’ and Patrick Troughton adventure ‘The War Games’.
A new vid has been released for The Edge of Time, the new Who VR title, and the full game will be launching "soon". It's looking interesting; possibly quite puzzle-y. Again, though... imagine seeing Weeping Angels in VR ... .