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EVOLUTION OF THE CYBERMEN

How Steven Moffat’s World Enough and Time script describes the Cybermen…

PAGE 17: ‘The creature…is human-shaped. It stands, twisted as if in terrible pain. Its entire head is covered in what first looks like a balaclava with no hole for a face, and tied in a rough knot on the top.’

PAGE 18: ‘Closer inspection – the material of the “balaclava” is like sickly pale flesh, almost white, gleaming wetly. It is thinly seamed with what look like veins – as if the material is fashioned out of the veiny white of an eyeball. Beneath this, facial features shift and move.

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Contents include: • exclusive interviews with JOHN SIMM (the Master) and MICHELLE GOMEZ (Missy) • an exclusive preview of the series finale, THE DOCTOR FALLS • showrunner STEVEN MOFFAT reveals what's going on behind the scenes in PRODUCTION NOTES • the adventure continues for the Doctor and Bill in part 3 of the latest comic strip story, THE SOUL GARDEN by Scott Gray, with art by Martin Geraghty • reviews of THE LIE OF THE LAND, EMPRESS OF MARS and THE EATERS OF LIGHT • The Fact of Fiction looks at 1981's THE KEEPER OF TRAKEN • the latest books and audios are reviewed • previews of forthcoming releases •prize-winning competitions, official news, the WOTCHA! column and much, much more!