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Doctor Who is Really about Monsters and the People Who Turn into Them
Where would Doctor Who be without the monsters? Not just the Daleks, Cybermen, Sontarans, or even the Silurians and Sea Devils but the newer ones as well. Still from "Doctor Who", BBC Monsters are metaphors To be transformed into a monster represents losing control and losing yourself Transformations are often horrifying and a bit of a safe[...]
Doctor Who: The Tomb of the Cybermen is Cheesy, Problematic Classic
It's a crime that so few Second Doctor stories still exist. "Doctor Who: The Tomb of the Cybermen" still, BBC "The Tomb of the Cybermen" was the Second Doctor's second story and the second Cybermen story, so that's a lot of seconds in one go, which is rare It features many story tropes that have since become common[...]
Doctor Who: The Only Cybermen Story of the 1970s was Typically So-So
After weeks of dropping four-minute clips, the BBC finally released a half-hour compilation of the Doctor Who story "Revenge of the Cybermen" This was the Fourth Doctor's (Tom Baker) only Cybermen story in his whole six-year run It was said that the Third Doctor didn't have any Cybermen stories because star Jon Pertwee didn't like them[...]
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But from what we've seen of this week's episode "Chapter Three: Once, Upon Time," there's not going to be a second of rest for the Doctor, Yaz (Mandip Gill), Dan (John Bishop), and Vinder (Jacob Anderson) as this round brings them face-to-metallic-face with the Cybermen and more- as you're about to see in the following[...]
Ten Thoughts About Doctor Who: War Of The Sontarans
But what the hell was that weird black and white house at the beginning? Next Week: Cybermen. War Of The Sontarans During the Crimean War, the Doctor discovers the British army fighting a brutal alien army of Sontarans, as Yaz and Dan are thrown deeper into a battle for survival What is the Temple of Atropos? Who are[...]
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Based on the long-running BBC sci-fi series and stemming from Immersive Everywhere, Doctor Who: Time Fracture will span seventeen worlds with a company of 80-plus, utilizing original costumes and props used in a number of Doctor Who episodes- including Daleks, Cybermen, Time Lords, and more Doctor Who: Time Fracture is written by Daniel Dingsdale with[...]
“Doctor Who”: Big Finish To Produce “Lost” Cyberman Story From Tom Baker Era As Audio Drama
Then-story editor Robert Holmes rewrote it extensively and it became "Revenge of the Cybermen" It was very different from Davis' original script The story was the only time the Cybermen showed up during the 4th Doctor's run They didn't show up during 3rd Doctor's era at all because Jon Pertwee allegedly didn't like them and[...]
“Doctor Who”: BBC Collects The Cybermen’s Appearances [Video]
Since the Cybermen are the baddies in the 2-part season finale starting this Sunday ("Ascension of the Cybermen" and extended 65-minute wrap-up "The Timeless Children"), it was their turn to get the video treatment – and they get a lengthy one. The Cybermen are the Doctor's second most deadly enemies after the Daleks They were created[...]
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For Doctor Who fans, it all… comes down… to this! Sorry, but we felt like a "summer movie blockbuster trailer" vibe was the right way to go heading into the first of the two-part Series 12 finale, "Ascension of the Cybermen" (followed by extended 65-minute wrap-up "The Timeless Children") Between multi-Doctors, a "regenerated" Master, a Timeless[...]
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You would think the return of Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) would be more than enough to elevate the season's status – but why rest there? Not when you can introduce another Doctor in the form of Jo Martin, who appears to pre-date Whittaker's. As we head into seventh episode "Can You Hear Me?", Chibnall showed[...]
Death In Heaven – Official BBC Trailer
We get the Master-now-Mistress, Cybermen walking the streets of London and the return of Unit It will be interesting to see if some of the strange behavior we've seen from both the Doctor and Clara this season will pay off in the finale Seems like a lot to do in one episode though. [youtube][/youtube] [...]
Colin Baker And Nicholas Briggs Discuss New Doctor Who Audio Drama
Amanda Gurall writes for Bleeding Cool: Big Finish Audio Dramas brought the sixth Doctor Colin Baker, voice of the Daleks and the Cybermen Nicholas Briggs together with the director and producer of the Who audio dramas Jason Haigh-Ellery to the main stage to discuss their work and announce the release of the newest drama, "The Light[...]
Doctor Who/Star Trek Crossover Will Bring Us The Borg And Cybermen
It will feature the Borg and the Cybermen. It is written by Scott and David Tipton, who wrote a number of Star Trek comics for IDW, as well working on IDW's Infestation crossover series. It will be drawn by J.K Woodward, best known for his Fallen Angel work for the company. That's all I know for now… and,[...]
Cybermen Versus Roman Rory Pond
Appearing in the finale-before-the-break episode A Good Man Goes To War, the Cybermen (a kind of sixties Borg) return to Doctor Who this year And, with Rory Pond (yes, that's his surname now) back in the Roman gear, may we suggest that Roy is the Good Man who may be Going To War? Thanks to[...]