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Dr. Who "Construction Toy"

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Post  D_Runyon on Mon May 09, 2011 12:13 pm

For those of you Who-fans, you may be interested in this:
Dr. Who Building Toy

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Re: Dr. Who "Construction Toy"

Post  LEGO Dog on Tue May 10, 2011 12:34 am

That's cool, may look into getting one for the desk top. I will let you know and maybe we can get a few amongst the club members to cut down shipping costs.
Rob and I are getting "Police Public Call Box" 1x4 tiles engraved for our TARDISes.

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Re: Dr. Who "Construction Toy"

Post  rgb on Tue May 10, 2011 11:56 am

I saw those online recently. I think Amazon has some of them. I would be interested in the TARDIS set and some of the individual figures. Definitely a good idea to pool our orders to save shipping.

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Re: Dr. Who "Construction Toy"

Post  Kreativ Snail on Tue May 10, 2011 6:12 pm

I would just like some dallik figures

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Re: Dr. Who "Construction Toy"

Post  P_Thorne on Tue May 10, 2011 8:31 pm

Hmmm. I'm not particularly impressed. "Doctor Who" gets a lot more merchandising than "Star Trek" these days, but some of the tie-ins are ... odd.

Anybody remember the "Blocko Land" Simpsons figures? I have some of those -- unlike these New Who figures, their bodies are modular, in Kubricks fashion. (Removable Marge Simpson hair!) Or how about the Intelliblocks(sp?) tie-ins to the first "Lord of the Rings" movie? Those sets actually had more than a half-dozen structural elements in addition to the figurines. (The "intelli" part alluded to an RF sound-clip chip in each figure, rather like a "Phantom Menace" toy of the same era.)

I still prefer the Klaupacius-style brick-built Daleks. Those, you can customize to suit!

(Who wants to show-and-tell selected items from their non-LEGO toy collections?)

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Re: Dr. Who "Construction Toy"

Post  LEGO Dog on Tue May 10, 2011 11:02 pm

P_Thorne wrote:(Who wants to show-and-tell selected items from their non-LEGO toy collections?)

This would actually be a neat topic as I think most of have passions other than LEGO.

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Re: Dr. Who "Construction Toy"

Post  PennLUG on Wed May 11, 2011 7:04 am

LEGO Dog wrote:
P_Thorne wrote:(Who wants to show-and-tell selected items from their non-LEGO toy collections?)

This would actually be a neat topic as I think most of have passions other than LEGO.
We have an off-topic thread that your welcome to post in about anything you ate into other then LEGO. And it really doesn't see much use.

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