My Big Chief 12″ Eleventh Doctor is here (finally)!

Months ago, I ordered a 12″ Eleventh Doctor figure from Big Chief. They currently hold the license to create Doctor Who related figures and, if you didn’t know, I’m a bit of a Whovian. I shot a box opening the moment this figure arrived.

12″ Eleventh Doctor by Big Chief

Isn’t he cool?  He’s fully articulated, dressed to impress, and comes with interchangeable hands so he can hold various accessories.  The best part of this figure is the sculpting of the face.  At certain angles, he looks exactly like Matt Smith, the actor who portrays the 11th Doctor.  You can view the box opening below.

As you’d expect with a high end figure like him, he wasn’t exactly cheap.  I am happy to say that Big Chief did a great job with the Eleventh Doctor and he is totally worth the price I paid!

Check out that likeness!!!!

Want more photospam of the Doctor?  Here ya go!

The Doctor, with his handkerchief and a bit of the TARDIS

The Doctor, checking his watch.

The Doctor, holding his invitation in the TARDIS blue envelope

This figure came with a ton of accessories that all pertain to Doctor Who.  Among those accessories were three sonic screwdrivers, a bit of the TARIDS, a handkerchief, his psychic paper, a Time Lord communication cube (or, I guess it could be a ‘cube’ from the most recent season), a wrist watch, and the ‘invitation’ in a TARDIS blue envelope.

The eyes are fantastically done!

The Doctor, with his psychic paper

The profile looks dead on.

It wouldn’t be right to NOT have a sonic screwdriver!

You can tell Big Chief put a lot of work into this amazing looking figure.  There were a lot of delays in his production, but in the end, they created a figure that stands out amongst 12″ figures.  I don’t even usually collect these sorts of figures, but this one, well, I’m so happy to have it in my collection!  (Now, if only they’d hurry on up and create the Ninth Doctor already!)

Are you a ‘whovian’?  What do you think of this Big Chief 12″ Eleventh Doctor?  Share your thoughts in the comment section.

November 6, 2012. Tags: . Uncategorized. 9 comments.

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