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it ranks the second best, only the slightest millimeter behind 12 doctors 12 stories.
i like any scene with the cybermen. there voices are perfect
i don't exactly know. but like i said, the cybermen are fantastic
it made me gasp in horror at the idiocy of bbc's decision to earase it, or any other doctor who story, for that matter
all doctor who is amazing. exept the sixth doctor. he's just blghfrtfh.
A real classic. The Cybermen will become to Second Doctor, what the Daleks were to First Doctor. His big bad guy. They will make three more appearances in Troughton's series, while the Daleks will only appear twice. The second Doctor will make one more trip to the moon one more time after this. The story Seeds of Death. A great story and great audio.
Harder for me to follow because of the Cyberman voices but I enjoyed the Doctor and Jamie as always. I'll have to listen to it a few more times.
"What the Doctor ordered"
This is a fantastic balance of original audio track tied in with narration. It works surprisingly well. The original audio is a little...deteriorated, but otherwise I felt like 10 again, which is when I first saw the episode.
"The Cybermen's 2nd Adventure"
This cheeky little romp sees the Cybermen make their second ever appearance menacing astronauts on a moonbase. There is so much to love here, with great performances and the combination of your imagination with Frazer Hines' narration probably creates a far more engrossing image than the original TV show!
"All your moonbases are belong to us"
Just as good as watching the dvd (with animated episodes 1 + 3) and Frazier Hines is the best voice for the missing stories cd range (just in Patrick Troughton era)
"Out of this world"
One of the best doctor who story's I love listening to this :-) a must for everyone who loves sci-fi
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