This week, we’re looking at the latest and greatest science fiction dolls.
For this week’s topic, we spoke to one of the most well-known and recognizable science fiction doll makers.
This week’s guest is Doctor Who Doctor, or, as she’s known by fans, Clara Oswald.
She has sold over 5 million dolls over the years, but for the last few years, she’s been busy making new dolls for Doctor Who.
Clara Oswald was born in 1953, but she wasn’t given any names until the series began.
She was originally going to be a girl, but when the Doctor offered her a place on the TARDIS to work with him, she was inspired to become a woman.
She eventually became a female version of the Doctor who doctors.
Clara, who was named after the famous character from the classic series Doctor Who, is a very popular doll, and there’s a growing trend for women to have a doll made for them.
This time, she chose the name Clara Oswald, after the character from Doctor Who and the iconic space station from Star Trek.
“I’ve never been a huge Doctor Who fan, but I like the look of her,” says Claire, who owns Clara Oswald Dolls in California.
“And, like I said, it’s a Doctor who Doctor, so I like that she’s a woman.”
And the dolls are now being sold on eBay and Etsy, as well as Amazon.
Claire says that her sales have increased dramatically in the last couple of years.
“My sales have exploded, from just a couple of hundred in 2014 to over 200,000 today,” she says.
“There’s a lot of people who are excited about Clara, and I think they’re excited about me.
I think it’s great.”
Claire has also recently sold several of her other Doctor Who dolls, including the “Easter egg” Doctor Who doll, which is basically a red Doctor Who toy, which she sold for $8.99 at an auction in New York.
Other popular Doctor Who-themed dolls are a red-headed Dalek named Sarah, and a green-headed Time Lord named Clara Oswald (who was designed by the late Stephen Moffat, who worked on the series from 1983-1990).
Claire also has another “Doctor Who” doll, this one called “Sally,” which she has sold for over $5,000.
This is the same Sally who played the role of the doctor’s girlfriend in the first season of the series, who died when the Tardis was destroyed.
Sally is a new addition to the company’s doll line, and it’s going to make for a very successful seller.
“SALLY is a really cool doll,” Claire says.
Claire has sold a few other Doctor Whos over the past few years as well, but they’ve all been sold by a fan.
“The first two were from the fans who were really into Doctor Who in the 70s, and the last one was a new doll,” she tells us.
“But Sally has sold like a million dolls, and they’re all really great.”
This doll is currently listed on eBay for $3,700, which seems like a lot for a one-of-a-kind toy.
“It’s hard to know if it’s gonna sell for that,” Claire admits.
“We haven’t seen it in person yet, but the price is a lot less than the other dolls that we’ve sold.”
Claire is planning to have more dolls for sale soon, and she’s hoping to sell a few more for her customers.
“They’re really great, but people don’t really understand how many dolls they can sell,” she adds.
“People can’t help but think that there are only so many of these dolls that they can have, but then the doll is only a one of a kind.
“So, for the people who really want one of these, they can’t wait to see what happens with the rest of the dolls.” “
We’ve asked Claire to share a few of her favorite dolls. “
So, for the people who really want one of these, they can’t wait to see what happens with the rest of the dolls.”
We’ve asked Claire to share a few of her favorite dolls.
This one is the green-eyed Dalek, which was designed for a Doctor’s girlfriend named Sarah.
The green-colored Dalek comes in a variety of styles and colors, and Claire says she’s looking forward to getting more of these kinds of dolls.
“Sarah was really popular in the 80s and 90s, when the show started,” Claire tells us, adding that she was a fan of the show for a long time.
“She’s a really interesting character to play because she’s very sensitive, but also a bit sarcastic, and that’s what I’m trying to get across with this doll. I’ve