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Doctor Who: The Vault (Inglês) Capa dura – 28 out 2013
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Produced by the BBC, this is the official story behind the making of Doctor Who, with the foreword written by Executive Producer, Steven Moffat. The book is laid out chronologically, but, being Doctor Who, in a rather timey-wimey manner.
There is a chapter for each year that the show was on TV. There is even one for the period 1997-2004 when the TV version was on hiatus, with fans having no idea when or if it would return.
Interspersed throughout, are photographic pieces of mementos: a note and picture from 1965 from Shepperton Studios Art Department regarding the first Daleks, a sketch by June Hudson for the "look" of the Fifth Doctor, a clipping from "The Radio Times" on November 21, 1963, and costume designs throughout the era. There are interviews with cast and crew and hundreds of pictures of memos and props. Each and every companion and enemy or monster has been immortalized in this vault.
And this brings me to the title of the book. This is certainly great fodder for all Doctor Who fans, but I believe the term "Vault" is a little misleading. I thought there would have been pull-out material from the set; replicas of props - maps, postcards, report cards.
Instinctively, I love this 50th anniversary publication. It's a celebration of each year of the television show's existence in rich and vivid color. Every fan should get this collector's item.
Realistically, it is impossible to cram the entirety of this show in 320 glorious pages, and as such, this is by no means a definitive source for everything any fan could want. You would need an encyclopedia to fulfill that need. But what this marvelous book has is very possibly the largest collection of behind the scenes photos of props, and costumes, as well as drawings, magazine clippings, and insights which I have never seen in any of my other Doctor Who books. And I have a soft spot for that.
Feel. This is hardback book, but the cover feels padded, so the book rests very comfortably when held for even long periods.
Size. The pages are roughly 9 3/4 inches by 11 inches. Or 24.7 millimeters by 28 millimeters. Due to its size, the photographs are presented in a large enough format to be better appreciated. Note, for fans who like to make their own costumes and props, this will become a fantastic resource for you. Personally, I'm ready to make a Polyphase Avatron.
Archive photos. As already mentioned these are more of these packed into this book than a Doctor Who Museum. I can only imagine the agony of the creative minds who made this book possible when they had to edit out certain photos just to keep this book from becoming to large to handle. If The Vault II is ever presented, I will be among the first to buy it.
Writing. The intelligent way in which this material is presented can be appreciated by new fans as well as stalwarts such as myself. It is also easily well read by younger viewers and those long overdue for a regeneration.
Thus far, I have NONE. Some people may complain that the book does not give a show by show synopsis, but that has been done ad nauseum, and that is NOT what this book is about. And if I really wanted something to complain about, it would be that the 320 pages, which have been superbly presented, can never be enough for someone like me. But again, no single book could ever do that.
MY BOTTOM LINE: The Vault is a MUST HAVE for anyone who wants more than a mere synopsis of each story. It offers so much of what I personally crave for, and as such, I feel that it is one of the best books Doctor Who book that I have have bought in several years. My only regret with this review is that I cannot upload images from the book to share with you, and that is for two reasons. 1. I don't know how. 2. I would probably upload so many, I would very likely be sued for copyright infringement, since there are so many newly published archive photos that I truly love. I can honestly say that every single page gave me a greater appreciation of my favorite program.
My sincerest thanks go out to those who made this available to the fans. It was worth 50 years of waiting.
The chapters are divided by years. At the beginning of each chapter is an introduction to what happened during that year, small pictures of the companions during that year and a full page image of the Doctor.
When I opened this book for the first time, I squealed. I'm currently taking a Television Production class, and when I saw this full two page blueprint of the studio, tears went down my cheeks. I was emotional when I reconized the studio control room, the lighting set, the TARDIS center console... everything.
YOU MUST GET THIS FOR YOUR COLLECTIONS!!!
Delivery was fast. I live in Puerto Rico and I received it in two days (I only payed for the standard shipping).
Have fun! Allons-y!
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