Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Dalek toy
If one has seen the British sci-fi series Doctor Who, then no further explanation is needed. However, for all of you who haven't seen the show, one is certainly needed since it looks and sound kinda goofy.
The sci-fi series Doctor Who is one of the longest running shows in the world, starting at 1963 and is still running to this day, however it was cancelled between 1989 and 2005. The basics is that the main character, The Doctor, continuously travels around the many different universes, through time and space, since his spaceship The Tardis is also a time-machine. In his travels he always happens to save either our world or another world... or the entire existence of everything. The Doctor is over a thousand years old, and instead of dying he regenerates - which means that they replace him with a new actor when he dies, but the core of the character is the same. The show has such a cult following that in Britain they even have a specific shade of blue called "Tardis blue" after the Doctors spaceship, and there has been several exhibitions about the series.
In his travels, he meets a lot of different enemies and the most iconic of them all is the Daleks who have been with the show since the beginning in 1963. They look as they do since the original show had a low budget, and so the creature was created by bits of this and that lying around. Including a whisker. The Daleks are a race that hates everything except themselves and so want to destroy everything, or as they say "EXTERMINATE!".
This particular Dalek toy was created when Doctor Who celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2013 as a commemorate item for this specific episode (which was broadcasted in 93 countries simultaneously), and the entire series.
Photo and recording by Erik Pålsson.