Doctor Who: The Monsters

Adrian Rigelsford Andrew Skilleter

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Doctor Who: The Monsters

Doctor Who The Monsters For almost years Doctor Who has been a part of Britain s culture The Cybermen and Daleks are as well known or so than almost any other fictional creation But also remembered are the hideous monst

  • Title: Doctor Who: The Monsters
  • Author: Adrian Rigelsford Andrew Skilleter
  • ISBN: 9781852272838
  • Page: 371
  • Format: Hardcover
  • For almost 30 years Doctor Who has been a part of Britain s culture The Cybermen and Daleks are as well known, or so, than almost any other fictional creation But also remembered are the hideous monsters who contributed so much to the tension and excitement that kept at least two generations of viewers enthralled This book looks at the monsters featured including YFor almost 30 years Doctor Who has been a part of Britain s culture The Cybermen and Daleks are as well known, or so, than almost any other fictional creation But also remembered are the hideous monsters who contributed so much to the tension and excitement that kept at least two generations of viewers enthralled This book looks at the monsters featured including Yeti, the Silurians, the Ice Warriors and the Sontarans examining their screen origins and fates.

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    1. Daniel Kukwa on said:

      The artwork is great; as a kid, I would have cannibalized this book for wall posters. However, the text is just rehashing particular stories in rather pedestrian ways, and there is a better source of production notes to be found in any number of other "Doctor Who" reference books. In the end, I can't help feeling that this is all sound and fury, signifying very little. An archetypal case of style over substance.

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