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  • 9781849901949

  • 2 mm

  • 11 mm

  • 98 gram


  • 7 JULY 2011

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    The Third Doctor and UNIT battle the Silurians, in a new edition of a Doctor Who classic Paperback , 192 pages Published July 7th 2011 by BBC Books (first published 1974)

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    Malcolm Hulke

    Malcolm Hulke was a British science fiction writer best known for his tenure as a writer on the popular series Doctor Who. He is credited with writing eight stories for Doctor Who, mostly featuring the Third Doctor as played by Jon Pertwee. With Terrance Dicks, he wrote the final serial of Patrick Troughtons run as the Doctor, the epic ten-part story The War Games. Hulke may be best known for writing The Silurians, the story that created the titular race that is still featured in Doctor Who. Hulkes stories were well-known for writing characters that were not black and white in terms of morality: there was never a clear good guy vs. bad guy bent to his story. It has also been noted that Hulkes stories usually had a left-wing political bent, as noted by his contemporaries.

    In addition to his television writing, Hulke wrote the novelizations of seven television Doctor Who stories, each of which had written for the screen. He died at the age of fifty-four, shortly before his novelization of The War Games would be published.

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