|By:||David Bushman & Barnaby Edwards (ed.)|
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|Released: ||November 2022|
|Publisher: ||Fayetteville Mafia Press|
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Description: Collection of essays on the Doctor’s various enemies and villains.
“A thought-provoking side-glance at several of the Doctor’s most memorable and enduring villains."
- David J. Howe
From Daleks and Cybermen to Weeping Angels and the Silence, the greatest villains of the Who-niverse have achieved an iconic status all their own, haunting the nightmares of millions. If, as the Seventh Doctor said, “You can always judge a man by the quality of his enemies,” the Doctor is great indeed, vanquishing some of television’s most terrifying villains. Now, for the first time, an entire anthology of essays is dedicated to deconstructing this gallery of blackguards.