The Tenth Doctor > Captain Jack Harkness > Donna Noble > Martha Jones > Mickey Smith > Rose Tyler > Wilfred Mott > Cybermen > Daleks > Human Dalek > Pig Slaves > Racnoss > Davros > The Master
Having watched and discussed all of the Tenth Doctor episodes, we hereby contemplate the highs and lows of not only the David Tennant era, but of an epoch defined by Russell T Davies
The Tenth Doctor > Cyber-Leader > CyberKing > Cybermen > Cybershade
A steampunk cyber giant, a TARDIS balloon and a terrible ending
The Second Doctor > Jamie McCrimmon > Zoe Heriot > Cybermen > Daleks > Ice Warriors > Quarks > Robot Yeti > Time Lords > War Lords > Ancient Romans
The Second Doctor and his companions Interrail through some of humanity’s greatest conflicts in Patrick Troughton’s final serial.
The Second Doctor > Jamie McCrimmon > Zoe Heriot > Cyber-Planner > Cybermen > Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart > U.N.I.T.
Raunchy photoshoots, the return of UNIT and a Cyberman plan as epic as it is absurd
The Second Doctor > Jamie McCrimmon > Zoe Heriot > Cyber-Planner > Cybermats > Cybermen > Servo Robot
The most convoluted Cyberman plot to date VS. The least professional space station crew ever
The Second Doctor > Jamie McCrimmon > Victoria Waterfield > Cyber-Controller > Cybermats > Cybermen
Racist Space-archeologists unearth a fortune in Cyber-stencils in this legendary serial.
The Tenth Doctor > Jackie Tyler > Mickey Smith > Rose Tyler > Cult of Skaro > Cybermen > Daleks > Pete Tyler > Dalek Caan
It’s Rose’s last episode (sort of), with Sarcastic Daleks, a Doc who doesn’t give a damn, and a Tyler family reunion
The Tenth Doctor > Rose Tyler > Cult of Skaro > Cybermen > Daleks > Torchwood > Dalek Caan
Giant levers, office romance, and apparently everyone’s OK with ghosts
The Second Doctor > Ben Jackson > Jamie McCrimmon > Polly Wright > Cybermen
Coffee breaks, national stereotypes and some classic 60s sexism are the cornerstones of this classic Cybermen serial
The First Doctor > The Second Doctor > Ben Jackson > Polly Wright > Cybermen
Cybermen make their first appearance on Doctor Who, and William Hartnell his last (for a while), in this legendary classic serial.