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Most of Turner's images of the Emperor have a speech or thought bubble over part of him. Low angles don't show off the lights on his head, which can number from five to eight.
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The Dalek Emperor was the supreme ruler of the Dalek Empire, commanding the Dalek race and the...
Due to their highly militaristic culture, the Daleks operated under what was nominally a rigid...
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|04:05, June 15, 2010||360 × 428 (40 KB)||Nyktimos||The Dalek Emperor uses his keen intellect to turn lemons into a weapon to use against his enemies. (TV21: ''The Rogue Planet'') ''Most of Turner's images of the Emperor have a speech or thought bubble over part of him. Low angles don't show o|