|With San Diego Comic-Con in full swing as of this recording, there’s…well, news of a sort at any rate. David Tennant will appear in Family Guy as the Tenth Doctor (yay?), various doodads and cards are available at SDCC (getting warmer) and non-Who silliness like a new Star Trek TV series trailer (yay!) along with Dirk Gently (yaaaaa…I dunno.) But why concentrate on the present when you can dive decades into the past with director Morris Barry in…the Miniscope!|
– David Tennant…On Family Guy!
Tag Archives: The Tomb of the Cybermen
|A shocking (O’ the Quawncing Grig) amount of news this week, including the inclusion of Tank Girl director Rachel Talalay as a Series Eight helmer for two episodes, Doctor Who returning to Lanzorate for the aforementioned Series Eight, A Doctor Who comics Humble Bundle, and more! By far the coolest news of the week, at least for production nerds such as ourselves, was the release by Restoration Team member Paul Vanezis of a behind the scenes video showing the process of cleaning up and transferring the recently discovered film print of Enemy of World. Sprockets! Gears! Troughton on a beach! And speaking of Troughton, this week’s commentary is the all-time classic Tomb of the Cybermen! Sit back, warm up a mug of your favourite beverage, and enjoy as Cyril Shaps and some other people battle the second-deadliest foe in the Whoniverse! We also announce the winner of our RFS Giveaway contest for a signed copy of Paul Cornell’s “The Severed Streets”!|
– Warren’s video…for The Reality Bomb Podcast!
|March 13, 2012 sees a bumper crop of Doctor Who DVD releases in North America!
Not only do we get the entirety of the next Revisitations set, another title in the form of The Face of Evil is on the slate for a grand total of four stories that month.
The Tomb of the Cybermen gets the Special Edition treatment as do The Three Doctors and The Robots of Death. These stories comprise the third wave of Revisitations titles which will have a UK release date not far in advance of the North American release.
Some of the special features and more details for each release can be found at TV Shows On DVD; we’ve already covered some of the other special features here on Radio Free Skaro.
MSRP for each of the Revisitations titles is $34.98 while The Face of Evil has an MSRP of $24.98. Click on the artwork for larger versions.
Update: Complete extras have now been announced for these titles. Many have of course already been covered previously on Radio Free Skaro.