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Fan-tastic Dalek Posters

A fan of the Daleks who is a member of my Dalek World forum made this great artwork graphic. It just shows what can be done with a little time on your hands, and better knowledge of using a computer than I have. My thanks go to Jubilee Dalek for giving his kind permission to place these lovely posters on this site!

This next one was made by him for the forthcoming "Blood of the Daleks" due to be broadcast on BBC7.

I think you will agree, they are fantastic creations of artwork, very skillfully put together to give a fabulous end result.

 

Daleks from the past.

Daleks have changed very little from their early appearances of TV and Movie screens. On this page I will place some images of Daleks to show the creations we have all come to know over the years. Love them or hate them, fear them or respect them; but you simply cannot ignore them!

Doctor Who Dalek Appearances.

A very early black & white (monochrome) photo of Daleks crossing Westminster Bridge in London. This was from the 1964 story "Daleks Invasion of Earth" starring William Hartnell playing the role of the 1st Doctor Who.

Daleks surround the 3rd Doctor, played by Jon Pertwee during the early 1970's.

These Daleks were from a story called "Genesis of the Daleks", with the 4th Doctor played by Tom Baker, who can be seen in the photo below this one!

The Chase.

 One of my favourite early Doctor Who stories was "The Chase" in which the first Doctor was chased all over time and space by the Daleks. An interesting episode included a fight between a Dalek Battle Group and a race of robots called Mechanoids. These pictures show the Daleks using a detector in their search for their enemy, the Doctor; and a conference of war with the Black Dalek, later known as the Dalek Supreme.

The New Daleks!

Daleks may basically be the same in overall design, but their appearance has made a few changes over the past 4 decades, as the new TV Daleks look entirely different to those of the 1960's or 70's. This photo from the Dr. Who story "Bad Wolf/Parting of the Ways" shows the new daleks, so you can see how they have altered in design from much earlier models.