universe near you.
nefarious nemesis, the Daleks, invaded the new
millenium in 2001 via Britain's Product Enterprise
Ltd., the new BBC licensee for Dr. Who. Above is
the talking Dalek, on the rampage after having
discovered that he's not in either of these Dr.
Who DVDs. With five authentic Dalek commands and
flashing LEDs, and somewhat reminiscent of the
early Marx talking Dalek, these new models were
very well-made, available in three colors and
retailed at around $40 US. Wreaking havoc since
1963, the Daleks recently celebrated a fortieth
anniversary of destruction.
Buzz Lightyear has his hands full with these three
little roll-a-matic Daleks. Here they've attacked
the Interplanetary Headquarters as they plot the
Doctor's demise. "Menacing Motor Action! Fully
Articulated! Highly Detailed!" touts the ad copy,
but that is almost an understatement. They are
very-well made and finely detailed, and have
pull-back motors. Four different sets, each with
three 2.5 inch daleks were available for around
$25 US per set of three. Product Enterprise also
released talking Davros and Cyberman, and a radio