Doctor Who The Visual Dictionary Updated and Expanded

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Doctor Who The Visual Dictionary Updated and Expanded

Doctor Who The Visual Dictionary Updated and Expanded This beautifully illustrated Doctor Who encyclopedia is now updated and expanded to include the latest Doctor Who facts and details including Peter Capaldi as the Twelfth Doctor Bursting with action p

  • Title: Doctor Who The Visual Dictionary Updated and Expanded
  • Author: Jason Loborik DK Publishing
  • ISBN: 0241184290
  • Page: 146
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This beautifully illustrated Doctor Who encyclopedia is now updated and expanded to include the latest Doctor Who facts and details including Peter Capaldi as the Twelfth Doctor.Bursting with action packed images and little known facts, DK s Doctor Who The Visual Dictionary Updated and Expanded is ideal for any fan of Doctor Who Covering aliens, gadgets, weapons, technolThis beautifully illustrated Doctor Who encyclopedia is now updated and expanded to include the latest Doctor Who facts and details including Peter Capaldi as the Twelfth Doctor.Bursting with action packed images and little known facts, DK s Doctor Who The Visual Dictionary Updated and Expanded is ideal for any fan of Doctor Who Covering aliens, gadgets, weapons, technology, companions and monsters, you ll have all the tricks and secrets of Doctor Who at your fingertips.Step into the TARDIS, battle Cybermen and Daleks, and discover all the Doctor s secrets in this visually stunning guide to the Doctor Who universeC, DOCTOR WHO word marks, logos and devices , TARDIS, DALEKS, CYBERMAN AND K 9 word marks and devices are trade marks of the British Broadcasting Corporation and are used under licenceC logo BBC 1996 Doctor Who logo BBC 2014 Dalek image BBC Terry Nation 1963 Cyberman image BBC Kit Pedler Gerry Davis 1966 K 9 image BBC Bob Baker Dave Martin 1977 Licensed by BBC WW Ltd.

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    1. Philip on said:

      As a former graphic designer, I've always loved Random House's DK books - lots of pictures, not a lot of text, great design - and this is an EXCELLENT addition to their long-running series, (I bought my first one - SKELETON - back in 1988).Some reviewers complain that this book focuses too much on the 11th and 12th Doctors, but I only started watching the show with Matt Smith (and am equally enjoying Peter Capaldi), and so this was in fact a positive for me - I just don't care about anything ear [...]

    2. John Millard on said:

      Thanks again to our neighbor Roz Warren (a self proclaimed Whovian) I had the pleasure of reading this book in conjunction with our watching of the entire Doctor Who reboot in preparation for the next season which will feature the first female Doctor. Thoroughly enjoyable and entertaining eye candy I recommend this for fans of all levels.

    3. Carol Lynch on said:

      Covers a lot of ground, but not too much of it in any kind of detail. Still a nice coffee table book to have.

    4. Naiomi on said:

      Very informative. Good for any Whovian. Lot's of pictures. Definitley recommend

    5. Andy Hickman on said:

      Jason Loborik & Emma Grange (eds) etc, “Doctor Who: The Visual Dictionary: Updated and Expanded” (London: Dorling Kindersley, 2015).Published 16 Jan 2015, 176 pagesUpdated to include mid-way through Season 8, Peter Capaldi's “12th Doctor” in 2014.So many scary monsters!- - - It is a compilation of images, facts and summaries of the Whoniverse's population and technology drawn from the TV episodes but with no mention of actors, directors, writers, producers or even episode titles. The [...]

    6. Jordan on said:

      Okay, so the two star rating is more of a personal thing than a commentary on the quality of the work. It's a great book. For what it is. Which is extremely focused on the twelfth Doctor and the other new Doctors. I gave it two stars because there was hardly any mention of the older series and older Doctors. I know it's impossible to fit everything Doctor Who into one book, but it would have been nice to see some more references. The section on the Great Intelligence could have mentioned the Doc [...]

    7. Anneli on said:

      I really liked this one.Fitting for Doctor Who fans of all ages.Well done and a great look back across 8 Series since it's continuation in 2005.Less about the story of The Doctor's life but more of the facts of the Universe's population and technology.Also greatly illustrated with lots of pictures, large and small.

    8. Jessica on said:

      I really enjoyed this book. As a Whovian, this book served as a reminder of most of the new series. There didn't seem to be much information about any of the doctors before 10, just a snippet. Also, there should have been more about Rose. All in all a good book. Kept me entertained. Will re-read.

    9. Daniel Kukwa on said:

      The most gorgeous coffee table reference book on "Doctor Who" you could imagineexcept it's even better than what one could imagine. It's primarily focused on the series since its return in 2005, but it's also packed full of facts and anecdotes from the past fifty years. Children will never put it downd neither will adults like me, who never grew up.

    10. wildct2003 on said:

      Updated and expanded for Capaldi, but still lacking for Classic episodes.

    11. Megan Regel on said:

      I want more information about the older doctors! I'll have to find other editions.

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