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Revisit the Cybermen's return in this fantastic collecion featuring 4 thrilling episodes, as the Doctor and companions battle agains the evil silver giants.
Starring David Tennant and Billie Piper
• RISE OF THE CYBERMEN - On a parallel Earth, A deadly new version of the Doctor's old enemy is about to be reborn.
• THE AGE OF STEEL - The Cybermen take control of London and start converting the population while the Doctor, Rose & Mickey become fugitives.
• ARMY OF GHOSTS - The Doctor and Rose are drawn to the Torchwood Tower, but a mighty invasion force is ready to march.
• DOOMSDAY - As two mighty armies clash, the Doctor realises that saving the Earth might mean the death of Rose Tyler.
• David Tennant Introduction
• Best Cybermen Moments
Well David Tennant is a brilliant Doctor and of course next to the Daleks the Cybermen have to be the best villans of them all, and here in one set you have the 4 Cybermen episodes from the Current incarnation of Doctor Who.
I don't know what it is about the Cybermen but I just love them, they are my second favourite villan (next to the Daleks obviously). The first two episodes are brilliant in introducing an age old villan in a new way, whilst the last two episodes which sees both the Cybermen and the Daleks laying waste to London are a brilliant end to the second season of the new Doctor Who series.
The introduction by David Tennant is a nice touch, but the Best Cybermen Moments is great as it shows the development of the Cybermen throughout the entire history of Doctor Who.
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