Character Options have now released images of two upcoming Doctor Who series four figures and they are;

*the Pyrovile(above)
*Roman centurion soldier(Above)

Both of the figures are from "The Fires of Pompeii" the second episode of series 4 they will apparently make up a figure set for the episode. In scale with the five inch figure range, The Pyrovile will stand eight inches high and the soldier five inches high. The exact date of release is unknown at the moment but it they will properly that they will go on sale later this year.

if you would like to see another "The fires of Pompeii" Action figure and other ones then click here, and if you would like to see them carded then click here and for the stolen earth set then click here.

And in other news, DWM issue 398 came out today with 4 different covers (above)it it available at WHSMiths and other good book stores and priced 3.99.

Davros himself, actor Julian Bleach, talks exclusively about taking on the role of the Daleks’ creator in the latest Doctor Who Magazine...

Is the fact that other actors have played the part in the past a help or a hindrance? “That can make it harder to approach it afresh,” considers Julian, “but it’s more of a problem if you’re trying to find a new interpretation of the character. What I was trying to do with Davros was to recreate – and match as closely as possible – a previously established character.” So what’s Julian’s take on Davros? Twisted megalomaniac? Mad scientist? Misguided genius? “All of those things, but I’d say the character was very probably originally inspired by Hitler, and I found that to be quite a useful reference point, particularly in some of his more dogmatic speeches!”

It’s not just Davros who’s quizzed this issue – DWM has been keeping up with the Joneses (Martha, Francine, Harriet and Ianto), the Smiths (Mickey, Sarah Jane, Luke and Mr Smith, and even the Doctor at one point) and a host of Tylers and Nobles, as well as the odd Mott, Cooper and Harkness. This, then, is one of DWM’s most ambitious projects ever: in issue 398, DWM talks to the entire regular and returning cast of The Stolen Earth and Journey’s End! Find out which former companion had to have an injection to stop her vomiting. Discover whose bottom to hold onto in a crisis, and whose gave Catherine Tate a shock. Learn which actress is happy to “mug away in the background.” And establish who would win in a Dalek Crucible-based wind-breaking competition!

DWM 398 features exclusive interviews with: David Tennant, Catherine Tate, Freema Agyeman, Billie Piper, John Barrowman, Gareth David-Lloyd, Eve Myles, Penelope Wilton, Jacqueline King, Bernard Cribbins, Noel Clarke, Camille Coduri, Adjoa Andoh, Elisabeth Sladen, Thomas Knight, John Leeson, Alexander Armstrong, Nicholas Briggs, Julian Bleach, David Tennant (again!) & Richard Dawkins.

*The Doctor and Donna’s battle with the Sycorax reaches its explosive climax in the final part of *the latest full colour comic strip The Widow’s Curse.
*Showrunner Russell T Davies reveals exclusively what won’t be in Series Five.
*The chance to vote for your favourites in DWM’s annual Season Survey
*The latest news on the forthcoming Doctor Who Specials and Series Two of The Sarah Jane *Adventures.
*AND... all the latest news, exclusive photos, reviews, previews, competitions… and a choice of *FOUR fantastic covers to collect!
(if you've got that much money, LOL)


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