Zavvi Exclusive Steelbook - Limited to 2000 copies.
As punishment for breaking the laws of time, the Time Lords have forced the Doctor to change his appearance, taken away his ability to time travel, and exiled him to Earth... But as the TARDIS arrives, so does a meteor shower carrying an alien invasion force. Originally shot on 16mm film, this classic Doctor Who story is the first to be upgraded into stunning HD.
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The limited number make it a must-have for any Doctor Who fan who happens to love steelbooks, but it really is gorgeous in its own right too. Great to look at, I'd hesitate to call it minimalist but it looks like a product that houses a classic. Great image of the Third Doctor on the inside too. Definitely a great purchase, would highly recommend. Would love to see more Doctor Who steels too.
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Region Free and without all the advertising of the American version. Nice extras on Caroline John and Jon Pertwee. Steelbook case itself is a work of art. The story lays down the template for early 3rd Doctor adventures with the Doctor exiled to Earth and the menace coming to him. Employment by UNIT (United Nations Intelligence Taskforce) serving as the backdrop. (This was before the U.N. requested they NOT be named.) In my opinion, this story served as a shell for the 2005 reboot; Autons invading earth and the first few seconds of the camera panning to Earth, serving as Russel T. Davies' inspiration for signature pan to Earth with the long zoom in to somewhere in London. It's really a shame that all stories can't get this treatment. (I think I just heard my bank account give an audible sign of relief!)
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