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Big Finish: Army of Death

The trailer for Army of Death the final part of the Eighth Doctor and Mary Shelley trilogy of adventures has risen from its cold grave and can be heard howling over at Big Finish.

The tale sees the unlikely pair land on Draxine, where a devastating battle has transformed the city-state of Garrak into a wasteland populated by the skeletons of the deceased.

But unlike most corpses these start rising up in vengeance against those who wronged them which probably doesn’t involve them calling Injury Lawyers 4U.

Promising to end in some style, the final adventure boasts a stellar supporting cast joining both Paul McGann and Julia Cox, including; David Harewood (The End of Time), Carolyn Pickles (May to December), Eva Pope (Coronation Street), Mitch Benn (Radio 4‘s Now Show), Joanna Christie (who appeared in Equus opposite the boy wizard Daniel Radcliffe) and Trevor Cooper (Spooks).

Subscribers who’s subscription included Army of Death will also receive this years exclusive-but-free special The Five Companions, which features Peter Davison, William Russell, Peter Purves, Jean Marsh, Anneke Wills, Sarah Sutton, Nicholas Briggs and Dan Starkey.

Army of Death is available to pre-order now for £14.99 and is released on 31st December. Be sure to check out all of the subscriber packages available for Doctor Who and the Companion Chronicles releases from Big Finish.



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Everyone has a favourite Doctor and mine - just for his honesty, his fairness and his ability to not notice the Master's awful, awful disguises/anagrams (Sir Gilles Estram!?!) - has to be the Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison. The stories didn’t serve him as well as his acting served those stories.


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