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Doctor Who- Silver Colossus by Hognatius Doctor Who- Silver Colossus by Hognatius
The Doctor and Peri arrive at U.N.I.T hq to find the organisation on high alert. A terrorist group have successfully broken into U.N.I.T's top security vaults and have gotten away with an old, disabled Cyberman. The Doctor is not keen for even a useless Cyberman to fall into the wrong hands and decides to investigate. And then the reports start to come in- a giant metallic monster, the size of a building and growing, wreaking havoc in London. This sounds awfully familiar to the Doctor and when he learns that the metallic giant is the stolen Cyberman it looks as if someone has found a way of imbuing the properties of Professor Kettlewell's Living Metal onto any metallic substance. 
With U.N.I.T forces struggling to keep this silver colossus at bay, the Doctor decides that the only way to stop a giant Cyberman is with a giant Cyberman of your own...


I thought after movies like Transformers and Pacific Rim it would be a hoot if the Doctor entered that arena with a nod to 'Robot', Tom Baker's first outing as the Doctor.


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kingofpain0 Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
for a second i thought that was bill murry
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tangerinewarning Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2014   Photographer
That's a brilliant idea.
Also Colin Baker's Sixth Doctor in the latter years of his Doctor would be great with Peri and UNIT would be amazing. Even with 80s special effects it'd be wonderful.
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Hognatius Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Cheers! Actually, the more illustrations of the Sixth Doctor I do the more potential I see in him and it's shame he wasn't fully realised at the time- nothing to do with Baker's portrayal as I liked his pomposity and arrogance. But actually, this is the sort of story they could have done if they gave him a longer stint.
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MarratoKensuto Featured By Owner May 29, 2014
Hella awesome! :thumbsup::D
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Hognatius Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Hug 
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MarratoKensuto Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2014
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AspiePie Featured By Owner May 29, 2014  Student General Artist
Cool... Cyber-men are Scarier then Daleks after what they showed happening in the episode were they returned...
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Hognatius Featured By Owner May 29, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Yes, the Daleks may be more iconic, but the Cybermen are better- downright freaky.I think I've fainted. 
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AspiePie Featured By Owner May 29, 2014  Student General Artist
The Weeping Angels may be new but I consider them the most creepy of all... But when the people awoke in the new Doctor Who while being cut apart and changed into Cyber Men that was horrifying! I wish My Little Pony would try to pull off something like that... I mean both are kid's shows? Why don't American Kid's Shows try to pull off that type of Goreless Horror? 
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Hognatius Featured By Owner May 29, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
The Great thing about Who is that they take something like the Weeping Angels, a concept that is worthy of a proper horror movie, and use it in a show for the family. They're the sort of creation that play at that bit of fear in your imagination like the Autons from The 3rd Doctor's era, who came alive through shop window dummies that I saw as a kid or the child with the gas mask grafted onto him in the Christopher Eccleston story The Empty Child- as a fully grown man, watching that at six in the evening on tv, I have to tell you, that freaked me the hell out.:D
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AspiePie Featured By Owner May 30, 2014  Student General Artist
Yes it is children's horror... I have never seen a American Children's Show pull it off that well!
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