We're delighted to reveal the cover of upcoming main range release Doctor Who: Daleks Among Us, the final part of a trilogy starring Sylvester McCoy and Tracey Childs as the Seventh Doctor and Klein.
It's the long-awaited encounter of former Nazi scientist Klein with the Daleks, a race who very much adhere to some on the principles Klein used to hold dear. Find out how it all turns out in September in Doctor Who: Daleks Among Us.
The story stars Sylvester McCoy as the Seventh Doctor (seen on TV between 1987 and 1989, and again in the 1996 TV Movie) and Tracey Childs (Broadchurch) as Elizabeth Klein, ably supported by Terry Molloy as Davros, and Nicholas Briggs, ever on hand as the Daleks.
AZIMUTH DEPARTMENT OF RE-EDUCATION
REMINDER: TO ALL CITIZENS
There are no Daleks on Azimuth. There have never been Daleks on Azimuth.
Twenty years ago, the Daleks did not invade Azimuth. There was no war. There were no death camps. A man named ‘the Doctor’ did not help liberate Azimuth.
There are no such things as Daleks. They do not exist. There are no Daleks among us.
UPDATE: TO ALL CITIZENS
A strange blue box has not appeared in Monument Plaza. Off-worlders named ‘the Doctor’, ‘Elizabeth Klein’ and ‘Will Arrowsmith’ are not at large in the city. For your own safety, should you not see any of the above, report at once to the Department of Re-education, Azimuth Central.
You can read more about the story and the rest of the trilogy it's part of in this month's free Vortex magazine, where we speak to Christian Edwards about playing Klein's assistant Will Arrowsmith.
In this podcast, Nick Briggs is poised at his microphone, ready to be give an in-depth interview about Big Finish's re-imagining of The Prisoner.