The Doctor Who Technical Manual

The Doctor Who Technical Manual
The Doctor Who Technical Manual


Synopsis

Ever since 1963, The Doctor has been fighting alien tyrants, vicious monsters and emotionless robots bent on cosmic domination. But it’s not only his hair-raising adventures that have made DOCTOR WHO the longest-running science fiction series in world television. It is also its endless array of marvellous machines.

Now, in this totally new concept in DOCTOR WHO literature, that gadgetry is made available to The Doctor’smillions of fans.

Totally accurate plans and drawings at last reveal the inner workings of the DALEKS, of K9, of the Doctor’s TOOL KIT, and dozens more.

Best of all there are the fullest possible plans for making your own model TARDIS!

This is the only book that opens the true world of the Time Lords to its readers. No friend of Doctor Who can afford to be without it!a

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Notes

This book contains 4 pages of colour photographs. Some of these photos include K9, Daleks, the TARDIS, Cybermen, the Whomobile and the Titan/Earth shuttle.
The introduction was written by John Nathan-Turner
This was one of a series of titles released during the 20th anniversary year, as a part of JNT’s desire to capitalise on the programme’s success and merchandising opportunities.

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