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Topps launches new Doctor Who Regeneration stickers

Published on: 8th September 2014

The collection takes an in-depth look at the latest incarnation of the Doctor and will go on sale from 11th September. Doctor-Who-300

Louise Ramplin, entertainment marketing manager for Topps, commented: “This exciting collection is certainly ‘one to watch’, and with the new TV series hitting screens now, we expect it to be big playground news.”

The sticker collection is full of features, ranging from character profiles on the Doctor’s greatest companions and most formidable foes alongside essential ‘need to know’ information.

There is also the chance for collectors to win a life-sized Dalek, details of which can be found in the Doctor Who Regeneration Sticker Album. This is one of two competitions in the album.

Promotional support has already begun with pre-promotes in The Sun newspaper and cover mounts rolling out. The collection will be showcased during the Topps Festival shopping centre tour in October.

Sticker Starter Packs will retail at £2.99 and include a Doctor Who Regeneration Album and six packets of stickers. Packets of five stickers will be available for 50p each.

For further information about the latest collections from Topps, you can visit www.toppsdirect.com.

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