We have an exciting announcement at the MCM Comic Con London 2019.  One of the missing episodes from Patrick Troughton era – Fury from the Deep is being animated for a release in 2020.

The Pre-order link for Amazon – Fury From the Deep will go live TONIGHT – 27 October at MIDNIGHT.

Fury from the Deep stars Patrick Troughton as the Doctor, Frazer Hines as Jamie McCrimmon and Deborah Watling as Victoria Waterfield.  Originally broadcast in March 1968 the six-part episode saw the Doctor battle with a colony of sentient, parasitic seaweed.  The sealife attacks a number of gas installations in the North Sea in an attempt to take over humanity.

Once again the off-air audio recordings along with the short pieces of footage and still images were used to create the animation. The episodes will be in full colour and black and white.  The surviving clips will be included in BluRay special release. Fury from the Deep will be released on DVD, Blu-ray and as an exclusive Steelbook later next year.

The audience at the MCM Comic Con London 2019 were lucky enough to see a short trailer of the episode.  Given the success of The Power of the DaleksShada and The Macra Terror, we are sure that this new animation will be another must-have for fans of the show.

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Susan Hewitt
Susan Hewitt is the Editor and Site Owner of Blogtor Who. She has loved all Doctor Who for over 5 decades now. Prisoner, Blake-7, Space-1999, Star Wars and Star Trek were also huge favourites. Her favourite Doctor is Tom Baker with Peter Capaldi following in a close second. However, David Tennant does rank as one of her favourite actors particular due to his brilliant work in theatre. She followed her heroes and became an Electrical Engineering in the semiconductor industry and worked for ATI, AMD and ARM. She currently works at Ryff as their Platform Architect when she isn't writing or editing Blogtor Who.


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