Doctor Who Image of the Fendahl Leela Action Figure
And you think you've got pests in your garden!
Action figures of a Fendahleen adult and infant, plus a skull and Leela.
From the memorable Doctor Who episode "Image of Fendahl."
Keep a close eye on your life force!
And you think you've got pests in your garden! Check out this big fellow! From the memorable Doctor Who episode "Image of Fendahl," comes an amazing set of 5-inch scale action figures that includes a Fendahleen Adult Figure, a skull with stand, a Fendahleen Infant Figure, and a Leela Action Figure. Keep a close eye on your life force! Ages 5 and up.
An anachronistic 12-million-year-old human skull has been discovered by archaeologists and is now being used by Professor Fendelman in his time scanner experiments at Fetch Priory in contemporary England. The skull is actually an artifact of the Fendahl, an ancient creature that feeds on the life force of others! Drawn by the operation of the scanner, the Fourth Doctor and Leela arrive as the experiments reach a peak. The skull is exerting an influence over the mind of Thea Ransome, one of the scientists in Fendelman's team, and glowing with power each time the scanner is activated. Thea is eventually transformed into the Fendahl core. In addition, a group of acolytes assembled by Maximillian Stael - another of Fendelman's team who is trying to harness the creature's power for his own ends - are converted into snake-like Fendahleen. The Doctor shows the remaining scientist, Adam Colby, and two locals, Martha Tyler and her son Jack, how to defend themselves against the Fendahleen using rock salt. By activating the scanner once more, he triggers an implosion that destroys both the Priory and the Fendahl core.
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