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  1. I love these two episodes. There's a real atmospheric darkness to them. The Cybermen, in my opinion, looked the way they should have always looked …. strong and menacing with a thundering march instead of weak and weary and dragging their tired feet behind them.The whole story had a cinematic feel to it.I Really can't think of anything bad to say about it.I wasn't bothered in the least about The Cybermen having a different origin to what everyone is used to …. the parallel universe aspect of it deals with that very nicely and doesn't mess with continuity. I simply love it – infact, I'm gonna watch it again right now!


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