Doctor Who: The Dalek Handbook

Doctor Who The Dalek Handbook Exterminate The chilling battle cry of the Daleks has terrorized and terrified countless billions across thousands of worlds throughout time and space from Skaro Vulcan and Exxilon to the Medusa Ca

  • Title: Doctor Who: The Dalek Handbook
  • Author: Steve Tribe James Goss
  • ISBN: 9781849902328
  • Page: 182
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Exterminate The chilling battle cry of the Daleks has terrorized and terrified countless billions across thousands of worlds throughout time and space, from Skaro, Vulcan, and Exxilon to the Medusa Cascade, Churchill s War Room, and the opening of the Pandorica This is the comprehensive history of the greatest enemies of the Doctor Learn about the Daleks origins on the pExterminate The chilling battle cry of the Daleks has terrorized and terrified countless billions across thousands of worlds throughout time and space, from Skaro, Vulcan, and Exxilon to the Medusa Cascade, Churchill s War Room, and the opening of the Pandorica This is the comprehensive history of the greatest enemies of the Doctor Learn about the Daleks origins on the planet Skaro, how a Time Lord intervention altered the course of Dalek history, and how they emerged to wage war on Thals, Mechanoids, Movellans, Draconians, and humans With design artwork and photographs from five decades of Doctor Who, The Dalek Handbook also reveals the secrets of how they re operated, the development of their iconic look and sound, and their enduring appeal in television, radio, books, comics, and Including the full story of the Daleks centuries long conflict with the one enemy they fear, the Doctor, The Dalek Handbook is the complete guide to the Daleks in and out of their casings.

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    1. I LOVED IT!!I am a total Doctor Who nerd, and a Dalek fan to boot. At first I thought it was weird that I had such a liking for an enemy creature, but as it turns out, I'm not alone. The Dalek Handbook is everything and anything about Daleks, going all the way back to the classic Who (which, sadly, I have never gotten into). This book traces their wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey history from their home planet, into the Time War with the Time Lords, and their rebirth after falling through the void. Any [...]

    2. Covering up to the end of the 2010 season, The Dalek Handbook is an interesting guide book to the most famous monsters seen in Doctor Who. Covering all of their major TV appearances, the book explores the many different facets of the Daleks from their tangled history (which the book actually does a good job of making sense of!) to the evolution of them both on screen and behind the scenes. While the book does sadly skip over some stories briefly (Power Of The Daleks is literally summed up in one [...]

    3. nwhytevejournal/1867622As guides to Who go, this is one of the better ones I have come across, with a main core narrative recounting the televised Dalek stories of Doctor Who (shamefully little space goven to The Power of the Daleks, but otherwise decent enough) and lots of brilliant little sidebars about how and why the Daleks have been brought to the screen, and also going through the non-televised Dalek material in great detail - particularly the comic strips and computer games, of which I mu [...]

    4. This is a great resource for understanding the history of the greatest enemy of The Doctor! As I haven't gotten around to watching Classic Who yet, this helped me understand the back story that makes the Dalek/Doctor interactions that much richer. The only part that bothered me was that it was somewhat difficult to follow at times because of the set-up of the book. It felt flighty and took a bit of time to get into the rhythm of the book.

    5. Similar style to the TARDIS handbook, this book is pages and pages of everything dalek!While I personally found the TARDIS handbook boring and kind of pointless, I can't say enough good about this one. Possibly the best Doctor Who companion book there is (other than 'The Legend')Well worth whatever they're charging.

    6. As wonderful as Mr. Tribe's previous TARDIS handbook. There's enough in here to keep young children glued to each and every paged enough fictional & historical analysis to keep everyone else fascinated. Extra bonus points for addressing the popular theme of "two" Dalek histories, and some more tantalizing glimpses of the Time War.

    7. Yum yum yum yum yum! A whole book about daleks! To paraphrase the astute Anne Elk, The Dalek Handbook is thrilling at the beginning, tedious in the middle and, (hopefully), thrilling towards the end. This is my theory.My curiosity about daleks has been sated.

    8. Yay! Can't believe I waited two years to read the last 20 pages of this book! It was so good, though! at least if you're as big a Doctor Who fan as I am

    9. Dalek enthusiasts will love it. Sometimes repeats things - perhaps because it's a "handbook" and not really designed for reading straight through.

    10. Fun read about the history of the Daleks. Both the fictional history from the show and the real history of the creation and design of the Daleks, as well as their impact on pop culture.

    11. A great handbook on the The Doctor's greatest enemies - the Daleks! Filled with pictures, interesting facts, and a comprehensive history of the Dalek race. A great guide for fans of Dr. Who.

    12. A guide to Daleks, just what it says. Pretty comprehensive for a small-looking book, and easy on the eye, too.

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