Saturday, January 31, 2009

The Ultimate Monster Guide

The cover and details for the sixth Doctor Who Reference book, The Ultimate Monster Guide Guide have been revealed. The book which is written by Justin Richards is an encyclopedia all about The Doctor's enemies from across time and space. The official synopsis for the book can be read below:

For The Ultimate Monster Guide, Doctor Who historian Justin Richards has completely revised and updated entries from his first three bestselling reference books - and included a wealth of new material from both the current and the classic series - to create the most comprehensive guide to the Doctor's enemies ever published. From Adipose and Autons to Zarbi and Zygons, this guide tells you everything you need to know about the many dastardly creatures the Doctor has fought over the 46 years since he first appeared on television. The Guide also includes behind the scenes secrets of how the monsters were created, as well as design drawings and images. Find out how the Cybermen were designed over the years, and how Davros was resurrected to lead his Daleks once again. Discover the computer magic that made the Beast possible, and the make-up wizardry that created the Weeping Angels. Learn how many incarnations of the Master the Doctor has encountered, and which other misguided Time Lords he has defeated... Lavishly illustrated with photos and artwork throughout, The Ultimate Monster Guide is essential reading for all travellers in time and space!

The Ultimate Monster Guide consists of 352 pages and will be released on the 8th of October this year. Will you be buying this book?

5 comments:

Zobles said...

Cool post, this looks alright, but weve kinda had enough fact books and things, ur the first iv seen to post this!

Mark said...

Wow great post, I love the cover. Your the first site I've seen to post about this, well done. I can't wait to get my hands on a copy of this :D Thanks for posting :P

Ro Lean said...

Good post. That cover is gr8!!

The only thing I don't understand - for those of us who have the web, that is - is most of the info can be found on sites like wiki etc ...

And these books can be a little too expensive for most children. OK, in some cases, the parents buy them, but they're still too much.

Ooh, rebellion from a Who fan, LOL The BBC will hate me after this, hehe :D

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