The Monster Collection: The Cybermen
 

No. 53 of 96 in the BBC new series DVDs/Blu-rays series
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Starring: Patrick Troughton, David Tennant, Frazer Hines & Deborah Watling
By:Kit Pedler, Gerry Davis & Tom MacRae
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Editions:  UK UK (DVD) | Brazil Brazil (DVD)
Note:One of 6 Monster Collection DVDs released simultaneously, each containing one classic series and one new series story. In this case, the contents are 1967's The Tomb of the Cybermen and 2006's Rise of the Cybermen / The Age of Steel. Contains no special features. Not to be confused with the similar DVD box sets The Cybermen Collection and The Cybermen, both of which feature different selections of episodes.

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Edition: UK UK (DVD)
When:  September 2013
Format: 1 x DVD
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Take a trip through space and time to meet creatures and enemies that always come back for more...
Contains two exciting adventures!

The Cybermen were once human but chose to replace all living tissue with plastic and steel. Seeing emotions as a weakness, they removed those too and now massive Cyber armies try to upgrade the universe...

THE TOMB OF THE CYBERMEN is a four-part story from 1967. Starring Patrick Troughton as the Second Doctor, it is set in eerie Cybermen tombs on Telos.

RISE OF THE CYBERMEN and THE AGE OF STEEL were first shown in 2006. The Tenth Doctor, played by David Tennant, falls into a parallel universe and witnesses the creation of the Cybermen.

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Edition: Brazil Brazil (DVD)
Title:  A Coleção Dos Monstros: Os Cybermen
When:  February 2016
Publisher:  Paris Filmes
Format: 1 x DVD
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