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Cybermen

(1990)
(A book in the Doctor Who series)
A novel by

 
 
"There are some corners of the Universe which have bred the most terrible things. Things which act against everything we believe in. They must be fought." So speaks the Doctor of one of his most daunting enemies. And for more then two decades - in many gripping TV adventures - he has fought them. They are beings dedicated only to survival. Human once, they are more machine then man - creatures motivated by logic and devoid of emotion. They call themselves Cybermen. An exciting celebration of these most popular of DR. Who monsters, Cybermen is arranged in four-self contained sections: CONCEPT: How Frankenstein and Dan Dare, cybernetics and spare -part surgery, came together in the minds of two men to create the Cyberman Myth. ARCHIVE: An epic history of the Cybermen and their encounters with the Doctor told as never before from the viewpoint of an imaginary race - the Archivists. All the facts and the many theories woven together through inspired speculation and dramatic illustration. A mind game and a visual feast. PROGRAM: The fullest account yet of the making of the TV programs. Producers, Directors, Actors, Designers and Writers - recall in their own words the changing shape of Cybermen. DATALOG: The story that never made it to the screen. 144 large - format pages, packed with illustrations, many in full color.

Genre: Science Fiction

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