An army of Daleks is set to invade toy stores tomorrow as part of a new range of Dr Who toys produced by the Character Group.
Around 150,000 radio-controlled toys will go on sale in the run- up to Christmas as part of the firm's link with the BBC.
Character Group, which last year made the Roboraptor and Robosapiens, has also made a talking Tardis moneybox and LCD game.
Richard King, Character Group chairman, said: "The BBC's fantastic series created a new generation of Dr Who fans."
The Character Group, based in Surrey and Lancashire, launched its Dr Who range to cash in on the relaunch of the show which attracted ten million viewers earlier this year.
The company expects its most popular toy to be the radio-controlled version of the Doctor's arch foe, the Dalek.
The toy, which costs £39.99 stands 12 in high and barks the Dalek's mantra: "Seek, Locate and Exterminate!"
A Dalek Battle Pack and LCD game will also be among the products launched through the company's toy business Character Options.
The products, developed in partnership with the BBC, include 3D Walkie Talkies and the Doctor's sonic screwdriver which will have sound effects and a UV writer.
Mr King said more products could be on the way, but would not be drawn if it could see a return of the Doctor's other nemesis, the Cybermen.
He said: "We are developing new products for the next series; there will be more figurines of the Doctor and his assistants, as well as some aliens.
" The Daleks have brought dramatic moments in TV history to our screens. We believe the whole Dr Who toy range will prove to be popular with children and adults.
"The first bulk shipment of the radio-controlled Daleks will hit stores within two weeks and, whilst demand for all our Dr Who products is encouraging, we would expect demand for the radio-controlled Dalek, our lead product, will exceed our manufacturing capacity to Christmas of 150,000 units.
"We expect the Dalek to give one of our other leading products, Roboraptor, a battle for the most sought after toy for this Christmas."