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.
The Tenth Doctor > Mickey Smith > Rose Tyler > Cyber-Controller > Cybermen > Pete Tyler
The Doc euthanises a young bride-to-be, tortures millions of people to death, and then Mickey and Jake go to France.