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Doctor Who Adipose Science Putty, 3-pcs

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They Melt! Adipose Science Putty

They look solid but look away and they slowly melt into a puddle. Don't worry. You can reshape them back into form with the blister molds. Decorate them using the eyes and mouth parts provided.

  • Include 60 grams of science putty, 6 eyes, 3 mouths, 3 blister adipose molds
  • Returns to it's original shape after you squeeze
  • Each Adipose blister card (molds) measures approximately 2.5"
  • Officially licensed Doctor Who
  • Recommended for ages 5+

About The Adipose

What can be more contradictory than this cute little Adipose! The Adipose are a race of humanoid blobs of fat. They came to Earth under the guise of a weight loss pill. Matron Cofelia, a wet-nurse for the Adipose babies created Adipose Industries to distribute Adipose seeds in a weight loss pill turning humans who took them into surrogates for the babies. The baby Adipose are cute, little, marshmallow-like beings with two eyes and two stumpy little legs. They grow inside the host collecting their fat. The problem is, they don't stop at just collecting fat. They turn bones, organs, tissue, and everything else into fat. Every night the Adipose leaves the host's body, but this fat release is deadly.

About Doctor Who

Doctor Who is one of the world's longest-running sci-fi television series and most recognizable brand from the UK. Its popularity continues to spread across the world like wildfire. The show first aired on BBC in 1963 introducing the First Doctor, a humanoid alien called a Time Lord with the technology to travel through time. He travels through time and space in a spaceship disguised as a Police Call Box called the TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimension In Space). The Doctor and his companions save planets and galaxies from enemies like the Daleks and Cybermen. With each previous Doctor's regeneration, a new Doctor emerges – allowing the series to renew itself time and time again.