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FOUR TO DOOMSDAY

MONARCH DRAGGED HIS FROG-LIKE PEOPLE FROM the slime of Urbanka to conquer the land, the elements and develop astounding technology. He then released the Urbankans from the ‘Flesh Time’ of hunger, war, disease and famine, doing away with their vulnerable organic bodies and transferring their memories and intelligence to silicon chips mounted in android bodies. The Urbankans sacrificed their souls to achieve a kind of immortality.

In an effort to prove his theory that he was the creator of the universe, Monarch determined to go back in time to meet his younger self. His obsession with travelling faster than light led to research that exhausted Urbanka of its minerals, polluting the planet, destroying its ozone layer and allowing ultraviolet light to scorch its surface.

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Robots have been an essential part of Doctor Who for six decades. The latest issue of Panini’s lavish Doctor Who bookazine includes features on classic robot stories such as Galaxy 4, Pyramids of Mars and The Robots of Death. Other highlights include interviews with the actors, writers and directors who helped to create some of these episodes. Packed with exclusive content and rare images, this 116-page bookazine is a must-have for fans