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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 49. Chapters: Dalek, Davros, Dalek variants, History of the Daleks, Dalek comic strips, illustrated annuals and graphic novels, Cult of Skaro, Dalek Empire, Dalek Attack, Abslom Daak, Dalekmania, Thal, Ogron, The Go-Go's. Excerpt: Since their first appearance in 1963 there have been a number of variant models of the Daleks, a fictional alien race in the long-running BBC science fiction television programme Doctor Who. Daleks are not robots. As first seen in the serial The Daleks, the outward manifestation is a powerful, technically advanced travel machine in which a hideous and malevolent mutant, the Dalek creature, resides. Although the general appearance of the Daleks has remained the same, details of both the casing and the mutant creature have changed over time. Some alterations were made to accommodate the requirements of specific plot elements in various serials and episodes, or at the request of producers, designers and directors to revitalise the Dalek appearance. On other occasions design changes have been the result of practical considerations when filming the Dalek props on location or the mixing and use of components acquired from different sources. The following entries make mention of both television and non-television portrayals of the Daleks. Over the years fans of the Doctor Who programme have adopted naming conventions to identify the various components of the Dalek travel machine. These are listed below as an aid to tracking the detail changes which have been made to the basic design to create variants. From the base up, the major components are as follows: Externally Daleks have the appearance of a truncated cone, varying between approximately 1.5 metres (5 feet) and 2 metres (6 feet 6 inches) tall depending upon the variant. They are equipped with a single mechanical rod-mounted eye which protrudes from a rot...
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