The War Master: Hearts of Darkness

; Lisa McMullin ; Joe Meiners (Komponist) ; Ioan Morris (Komponist) ; Scott Handcock (Regissør) ; Sir Derek Jacobi (Utøver) ; Paul McGann (Utøver) ; Tom Webster (Illustratør)

Serie: The War Master 5

The Time War is an epic conflict underpinning much of the story arcs of many of the recent series of Doctor Who on TV. Here, Sir Derek Jacobi reprises his terrifying turn as the Doctor's arch nemesis The Master from episode Utopia, to show how the character survived in a universe torn apart by war. Les mer
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The Time War is an epic conflict underpinning much of the story arcs of many of the recent series of Doctor Who on TV. Here, Sir Derek Jacobi reprises his terrifying turn as the Doctor's arch nemesis The Master from episode Utopia, to show how the character survived in a universe torn apart by war. In this release, the Master is pitted once again against the Eighth Doctor, played by Paul McGann in a brand new four-part adventure. Recruited by the Celestial Intervention Agency to track down his oldest enemy, the Master finds himself thrown into a mission that will take him into deepest Dalek territory. Abandoned on the planet Redemption, he assembles a crew and acquires a ship - the journey that follows is certain to test them all...and not everyone will survive. But space pirates and living corpses are the least of their worries. Their biggest threat remains at large: a Time Lord who likes to call himself 'the Doctor' CAST: Derek Jacobi (The Master), Paul McGann (The Doctor), Sean Carlsen (Narvin), George Fletcher (Grondak), Sam Hallion (Kriket), Sandra Huggett (Dorada), Alex Jordan (Domdaniel
Computer), Luyanda Unati Lewis-Nyawo (The Scaramancer), Colin McFarlane (Morski), Tanya Moodie (Kilda), Henry Nott (Dieter), Julia Sandiford (Ilya), Amanda Shodeko (Meri). Other parts played by members of the cast.

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