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Classic Doctors, New Monsters Volume 1



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Sylvester McCoy often says his job on Doctor Who was to remember the lines and try not to bump into the monsters. In truth, though, bumping into monsters is the job, and this box set finds McCoy and three fellow twentieth-century Time Lords rubbing up against a quartet of box-fresh favourites from the BBC Wales creature cupboard.

The pre-credits teaser to Fallen Angels, in which a pair of British honeymooners are zapped back to the seventeenth century while visiting the Sistine Chapel, would slot seamlessly into the current TV show – at least until Peter Howell’s muscular 80s version of the theme kicks in, delivering exactly the sort of time-hopping thrill we paid the entry price for.

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This issue, DWM celebrates 50 years of the one of the Doctor's greatest enemies: the Cybermen! Contents include: an interview with the woman who designed the original Cybermen, Alexandra Tynan; a look at every single Cyber-plan through the ages, as told by the Cybermen themselves; a new Cyberman comic strip by Alan Barnes with art by Adrian Salmon; a detailed look at how the Cybermen have evolved from their first appearance; Steven Moffat answers readers' questions; The Fact of Fiction puts the 1988 25th anniversary story Silver Nemesis under the spotlight; the Time Team watch 2010's Vincent and the Doctor; actor Jami Reid-Quarrell is interviewed about his monstrous roles (including Colony Sarff) in Doctor Who's 2015 series; a new comic strip adventure for the Twelfth Doctor – 'Moving In' by Mark Wright with art by John Ross; the Watcher praises Galaxy 4; plus reviews, previews, official news, competitions and much more!