Doctor Who and the Tomb of the Cybermen

Doctor Who and the Tomb of the Cybermen by Jerry Davis

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The once-feared Cybermen have disappeared from the universe without trace. An expedition from Earth arrives on Telos — homeworld of the Cybermen — to try and discover exactly what has become of the silver giants. Soon after the Doctor, Jamie and Victoria join the archaeological party, the first mysterious death occurs. With the group now stranded on Telos, it becomes clear that the Cybermen may not be as `dead` as it was first thought... Beneath the planet`s surface, giant ice-tombs hold the last remains of the Cybermen in a frozen sleep. And someone is working to re-activate them from their slumber...

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Gerry Davis 23 February 1930 - 31 August 1991 British screenwriter best known for his contributions to the science fiction genre. Doctor Who script editor 1966-67, who co-created Cybermen with Keith Pedler. He also wrote scripts for the series Tenth Planet (the first episode with Cybermen, co-written with Keith Pedler), Highlanders, Tomb of the Cybermen (with Keith Pedler) and Revenge of the Cybermen (the final version of the script was rewritten by Robert Holmes). In addition, Davis wrote novelizations for some of the Doctor Who series, which came out under the titles Doctor Who and the Cybermen, Doctor Who and the Tenth Planet, Doctor Who and the Tomb of the Cybermen, Highlanders and Celestial Toy ( along with Alison Bingeman). In 1970, Pedler and Davis created their own sci-fi series, Doomwatch, which aired for three seasons on BBC One from 1970 to 1972. With Keith Pedler, he wrote the science fiction novels Mutant 59: The Plastic Eaters (1971), Brainrack (1974) and The Dynos...

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Gerry Davis 23 February 1930 - 31 August 1991 British screenwriter best known for his contributions to the science fiction genre. Doctor Who script editor 1966-67, who co-created Cybermen with Keith Pedler. He also wrote scripts for the series Tenth Planet (the first episode with Cybermen, co-written with Keith Pedler), Highlanders, Tomb of the Cybermen (with Keith Pedler) and Revenge of the Cybermen (the final version of the script was rewritten by Robert Holmes). In addition, Davis wrote novelizations for some of the Doctor Who series, which came out under the titles Doctor Who and the Cybermen, Doctor Who and the Tenth Planet, Doctor Who and the Tomb of the Cybermen, Highlanders and Celestial Toy ( along with Alison Bingeman). In 1970, Pedler and Davis created their own sci-fi series, Doomwatch, which aired for three seasons on BBC One from 1970 to 1972. With Keith Pedler, he wrote the science fiction novels Mutant 59: The Plastic Eaters (1971), Brainrack (1974) and The Dynostar Menace (1975).  Jerry Davis | Vicky Doctor Who | Fandom powered by Wikia