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The human Professor Kellman, initially revealed as an agent of the Cybermen, actually works for these rogue Vogans.
It's not the best Tom Baker story in my collection but it's still really good, with great dialogue & characters.
Tom Baker is my favorite Doctor and this is a 5 star episode. I highly recommend this episode and I watched it many times. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Dinsdale
Like most Americans of a certain age, this was the first Cyberman story that I saw. At the time, I was fascinated by the limbering silver monsters, and they quickly because my... Read morePublished 3 months ago by MarkK
Very good, I enjoy Sara Jane as a companion. The Cybermen are trying to destroy a planet of gold so they will have no major enemies when they create their next assault on the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by blackclover
Not the greatest Doctor Who story, but it's always fun and the supplemental materials are great! Being reminded of the days before instant access to everything brought a tear to... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mechanicoid
This isn't the best Cybermen story ever. Nor is it the greatest Doctor Who story of all time. Not even close. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Adam
Great Doctor Who episode involving Baker and the Cyberman in his attempt to save the Universe and Galxay from the Cyberman.Published 10 months ago by Edward Kirven
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Really? I wouldn't say that this was a bad episode, but I felt it kind of boring. Of course the 'Silver Nemesis' was an example of a worse Cybermen episode, but this pales in comparison to greatness of 'Tomb of the Cybermen', 'The Invasion', and 'Earthshock'. Actually, I am a little upset that... Read More
Aug 23, 2010 by Angelus | See all 3 posts