The ultimate DIY: How to build your own Cybermen

The Cybermen have had more upgrades than the iPhone. While the Daleks will forever go down in history as the most iconic and scariest challenge to the Doctor, the Cybermen will, undoubtedly, be the more interesting and most misunderstood. Created by Dr. Kit Pedler, the unofficial scientific advisor to Doctor Who, and Gerry Davis, former Doctor Who script editor, the Cybermen made their first appearance in William Hartnell’s final story, “The Tenth Planet”, in 1966.

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Anyone fancy a Sherlock Prom at Royal Albert Hall?

Not wanting to be the last one invited to the Doctor Who 50th anniversary party, the Royal Albert Hall┬ádecided to host to a very special evening of their own with a guest list to top all guest lists including Daleks, Cybermen, the Tardis and, of course, Matt Smith and Jenna Coleman. Being that it was […]

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Sherlock gets Japanese manga makeover

It was probably more than enough for Sherlock Holmes purists back in 2010 when they were forced to handle the thought that the world’s greatest consulting detective could be transformed into the 21st century, not to mention with an iPhone of all things. I think we all know how the Steven Moffat/Mark Gatiss creation caused […]

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From Sherlock to Star Trek and all points in-between

As most everyone knows, Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock) has been a bit busy since that fateful day back in 2010 when he graced the small screen and became Sherlock Holmes. Following the BBC/PBS premiere of the original Sherlock series, Benedict has shared his talents in Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, War Horse, Parade’s End and upcoming in […]

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