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Making a big change to Wikia's layout is hard work. And because we're a community, we like to take the advice of big sites like Tardis. So thank you for all the feedback you gave during the recent test period of an article prototype.
Because of your voluminous feedback, Wikia were able to make a lot of positive discoveries. Your feedback will help ultimately help us break through to the next phase of the project. Everyone here at Tardis was super awesome during the test period!We're now going back to our previous skin until called upon again to help with more beta testing!
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Article of the minuteDalek society, culture and technology. A full-colour, painted comic story published in the wake of the televised serial, The Daleks, it featured a single human sneaking around the Dalek capital city on Skaro, and was part of the broader narrative arc seen in The Dalek Book. It also featured the first cross-sectional view of a Dalek — a foldout poster cleverly worked into the narrative of the story as "Anatomy of the Dalek". Although many of its narrative innovations were not carried through to later Dalek stories, it did feature the debut of the Dalek lie detector, which would eventually plague Romana II in Destiny of the Daleks. Read more... ✍
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Do you know your assistant directors? Sure, you might be able to rattle off directors — but how's your knowledge of the people who are really on the front lines of Doctor Who production. Read more about the working class stiffs who go by the enigmatic titles of 1st AD, 2nd AD and 3rd AD.
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