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Dark Eyes 2

Pre-Order Dark Eyes Now!

Coming soon from Big Finish: Dark Eyes, a brand new Eighth Doctor box set from their Doctor Who Special Releases range.

The Doctor is looking for hope. But instead, he finds himself on a mission. The Time Lords have uncovered terrifying fragments of an insane plot to destroy the universe. And somehow, at the centre of all this, is one random female in Earth’s history: Molly O’ Sullivan (Ruth Bradley).

Written and directed by Nicholas Briggs, Dark Eyes is comprised of four hour-long dramas: The Great War, Fugitives, Tangled Web and ‘X’ and the Daleks – and takes place after the tragic events of To The Death.

Amongst the returnees to the Doctor Who fold are Straxus, a Time Lord previously portrayed by Nickolas Grace, now played by Peter Egan; and Toby Jones – who played the Dream Lord in Amy’s Choice – as Kotris.

Something decidedly new for the set is the Eighth Doctor’s brand new costume which was previously revealed at the 2010 Armageddon Pop Culture Expo, along with a redesigned Sonic Screwdriver, courtesy of Weta Workshop and now graces the cover of this fabulous set.

Dark Eyes, starring Paul McGann, Ruth Bradley and Toby Jones, is available to pre-order now for £20 in both CD and download format for release on 20th November. Or you can subscribe to the Special Releases range (including titles like Love and War and UNIT: Dominion) for the pre-order price of £65 (£55 for downloads).



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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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