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Preview: Doctor Who – The Specials [2019] Limited Edition Steelbook Bluray Box Set

This Complete Specials includes all the Doctor Who Specials from 2009 starring David Tennant – The Next Doctor, Planet of the Dead, Waters Of Mars, The End of Time Part One and The End of Time Part Two. It also includes the following special features: Commentary with Cast & Crew, Deleted Scenes, Exclusive David Tennant Video Diary, Doctor Who Confidential, Doctor who at the Proms, Doctor Who at Comic Con and more.

 

This limited edition Steelbook also features a bonus disc including two animated episodes Dreamland and The Infinite Quest.

The Steelbook features bespoke artwork created by illustrator Tom Webster.

Dreamland
Dreamland sees the iconic TARDIS touch down in the desert in the USA. Stumbling across a mysterious alien artefact in a local diner, the Doctor is led to Area 51, also known as Dreamland, the US’ most secret base. He then finds himself on a momentous mission to rescue Rivesh Mantilax from the threat of the ruthless Viperox and the clutches of the American military. Created in eye-catching high-definition 3-D animation, the series sees the Doctor, played by David Tennant, hook up with two new companions – Cassie and Jimmy – and pits him against a new alien race, the monstrous Viperox, led by Lord Azlok.

The Infinite Quest
Based on the brilliant and popular series, The Infinite Quest sees the Doctor and his companion Martha step into a new dimension – a cartoon one. The pair set off on an animated adventure through space following a trail of clues across wild and wonderful alien worlds, to find the location of the legendary lost spaceship, the Infinite. However, the evil space pirate Baltazar is also searching for the ship, believing it will grant him his dearest wish – a means to destroy Earth and rule the galaxy. With spectacular animation, this vibrant cartoon is as gripping as any usual episode of Doctor Who.

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