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Please identify these Doctors, their minions, their comic or science fiction genre of origin and links, if possible.

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These are always fun here we go boys and girls!. +1 – Himarm Jan 29 at 1:40
    
The one bending down to say 'Doctor' to the little tin man almost looks like me! – Often Right Jan 29 at 1:41
    
that little robot looks really familiar but i cant remeber who he is – Himarm Jan 29 at 1:43
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@Himarm The robot is Twiki (from Buck Rogers), and it is carrying Dr. Theopolis (the disk). – Loong Jan 29 at 1:48
    
@Loong thank you – Himarm Jan 29 at 1:50
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  1. Doctor Leonard McCoy, Star Trek, apparently from this set
  2. possibly The Fourth Doctor, Doctor Who, from this 2010 Fourth Doctor & Electronic TARDIS figure, with the hat and scarf removed (except the hair color is off -- possible image artifact?)
  3. Doctor Stephen Strange, Marvel Comics, from Marvel Universe Series 3
  4. Doctor Fate (probably Kent Nelson), DC Comics, from the Infinite Fate set
  5. Doctor Mindbender, G.I. Joe, possibly from the Classic Collection Series 5
  6. Doctor Victor von Doom, Marvel Comics, from Marvel Universe Series 3
  7. Doctor Cornelius Evazan, Star Wars, from the Original Trilogy collection
  8. Doctor Hank Pym (as Yellowjacket), Marvel Comics, from Marvel Universe Series 3

8b. Twiki, carrying Dr. Theopolis, Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, probably the Mego one

  1. Doctor Leonard Samson, Marvel Comics, from Marvel Universe Series 3
  2. Doctor Indiana Jones, Indiana Jones, possibly from this Hasbro 2008 series
  3. An Italian doctor, Assassin's Creed, from the Assassins Creed: Brotherhood licensed figures
  4. Cesi "Doc" Eirriss, Star Wars, from the Legacy Collection Rebel Pilot Set
  5. Doctor Otto Octavius (aka Doctor Octopus), Marvel Comics, the Mass Attack version
  6. White Dalek (not actually a doctor), Doctor Who, from the Remembrance of the Dalek set
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The Dalek could be a reference to Davros (who had a white Dalek form), AKA Dr. Vaso. – CreationEdge Jan 29 at 2:49
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Mass Attack Doc Ock – CreationEdge Jan 29 at 3:09
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My money is definitely on Dr. Evazan, Original Trilogy Collection for 7. The ugly guy from Mos Eisley. – CreationEdge Jan 29 at 3:15
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I found this site that may be origin of the image (it has the largest size image, and the style matches the rest of their blog), and it has tagged the photo "Doctor Evazan" – CreationEdge Jan 29 at 4:41
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2. looks like the Fourth Doctor (Tom Baker) sans scarf. Definitely not the Sixth Doctor (Colin Baker) who had blonde curly hair and a bright, multicoloured coat. – CJ Dennis Jan 29 at 7:12

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