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Doctor Who: Dalek: The Astounding Untold History of the Greatest Enemies of the Universe

Doctor Who: Dalek: The Astounding Untold History of the Greatest Enemies of the Universe

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For the first time, the never-before-told history of the Doctor’s most dangerous enemy, the Daleks, from their genesis thousands of years ago to their conquest of the universe


Doctor Who: Dalek, is the one and only volume devoted solely to the history of the Doctor’s greatest enemy. The Daleks, with their watchword cry “Exterminate!”, are a race of cyborg aliens single-mindedly determined to conquer the universe and end all life forms they consider inferior.


First appearing on Doctor Who in 1963, the Daleks are among the show’s most popular villains. Reminiscent of human-sized pepper shakers, the external mechanical casing of the Dalek protects a soft, repulsive creature whose electronic voice is reduced to a squeak when outside of its shell.


Doctor Who: Dalek chronicles the Daleks’ genesis through the Time War and their ongoing conquest of the universe. Here are never-before-told stories about these legendary creatures—including terrifying near-mythical adventures, startling visual recreations of secret conflicts, and more. Each story sheds new light on what has become the most feared alien race in the universe.


With a foreword by showrunner Steven Moffat, full color illustrations, concept art, cutaways, diagrams, comic strips and more, Doctor Who: Dalek is the ultimate celebration of all things Dalek and a must have for devoted Whovians of every age.

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For the first time, the never-before-told history of the Doctor’s most dangerous enemy, the Daleks, from their genesis thousands of years ago to their conquest of the universe

 

Doctor Who: Dalek, is the one and only volume devoted solely to the history of the Doctor’s greatest enemy. The Daleks, with their watchword cry “Exterminate!”, are a race of cyborg aliens single-mindedly determined to conquer the universe and end all life forms they consider inferior.

 

First appearing on Doctor Who in 1963, the Daleks are among the show’s most popular villains. Reminiscent of human-sized pepper shakers, the external mechanical casing of the Dalek protects a soft, repulsive creature whose electronic voice is reduced to a squeak when outside of its shell.

 

Doctor Who: Dalek chronicles the Daleks’ genesis through the Time War and their ongoing conquest of the universe. Here are never-before-told stories about these legendary creatures—including terrifying near-mythical adventures, startling visual recreations of secret conflicts, and more. Each story sheds new light on what has become the most feared alien race in the universe.

 

With a foreword by showrunner Steven Moffat, full color illustrations, concept art, cutaways, diagrams, comic strips and more, Doctor Who: Dalek is the ultimate celebration of all things Dalek and a must have for devoted Whovians of every age.

 

George Mann is the author of several Doctor Who comics, audio adventures and novels, including the bestselling Engines of War. He is also the author of the Newbury & Hobbes steampunk mystery series, as well as numerous other novels, short stories, and original audiobooks. He has edited a number of anthologies, including The Solaris Book of New Science Fiction, The Solaris Book of New Fantasy, and a retrospective collection of Sexton Blake stories, Sexton Blake, Detective. He lives near Grantham, UK, with his wife, son and daughter.

 

Justin Richards is a novelist, graphic novelist, and writer for the stage and screen. He is the author of The Wolfstone Curse and the adult science fiction series The Never War, which includes The Suicide Exhibition and The Blood Red City. He is the creative consultant to BBC Books' Doctor Who titles and has written a number of them. He lives near London, England.

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Format: Hardcover
UPC Code : 9780062681133
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