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|Doctor Who: Monsters and Villains|
|Written by:||Justin Richards|
|Release date:||19 May 2005|
|Format:||Large Paperback, 96 pages|
|none||Doctor Who: Aliens and Enemies|
Doctor Who: Monsters and Villains was the first of a series of illustrated guides published in 2005 and written by Justin Richards.
Publisher's summary Edit
For over forty years, the Doctor has battled against the monsters and villains of the universe. This book, by Doctor Who expert Justin Richards, brings together the best - or rather the worst - of his enemies.
Discover why the Daleks are so deadly; how the Yeti invade London; the secret of the Loch Ness monster; and how the Cybermen have survived. Learn who the Master is, and - above all - how the Doctor defeats them all.
Whether you read it on or behind the sofa, this book provides a wealth of information about the monsters and villains that have made Doctor Who the galactic phenomenon that it is today.
Featured Material Edit
Alphabetically arranged topics, with featured episode details, glossaries and for the newer stories behind the scenes insights.
- The Autons
- The Cybermen
- The Daleks
- The Haemovores
- The Ice Warriors
- The Master
- The Morbius Monster
- Platform One: The Visitors
- The Silurians and Sea Devils
- The Slitheen
- The Sontarans
- The Yeti
- The Zygons
Additional Notes Edit
- Published in 2005 the RRP was £7.99 (UK)