Scientists from the Twentieth century are disappearing and the Doctor and his allies must find out why. The Doctor's investigation takes him into the distant past, to medieval England, where he confronts an armoured officer of the Fifth Sontaran Army Space Fleet, the bullet-headed Linx. Annoyed at the interference in his plans, the belligerent Sontaran captures the Doctor. Though Linx is seemingly invulnerable in his gun-metal grey space suit, its one great weakness proves to be a small probic vent on the back of the neck, a means his people use to feed when traveling through time or space.
The Sontaran Officer Linx Helmet is made from cast metal and comes with a polystone display stand. It was created by Weta model maker and Doctor Who fan, David Tremont.
Dimensions above include display stand.
It's the first in a series of six helmets from Doctor Who, exclusively from the Weta website and at selected shows.
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Like the cyberman helmet, this really suits being made of metal, and... Read more.
Like the cyberman helmet, this really suits being made of metal, and has no paint at all other than the base metal colour. It is an excellent sculpt by Dave Tremont of Dr Grordbort's fame, with the dots above the eyes and the probic vent being particularly good. I found no problems with it sitting on the stand, as long as the round piece of foam rubber inside it in place - it was loose in mine. It does seem massive compared to the other Dr Who helmets though! Hide.
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