At this point, there’s admittedly only a small handful of the big Classic Who villains left to bring back. Some fan favorites include Omega (A founder of Time Lord society and creator of time travel) and the Sea Devils (A cousin race of the Silurians). There is one in particular however that I desperately want above all others, one whom I believe is perfect for some delicious storytelling potential......
For nearly half a century, the Doctor has been in part defined by their ongoing, extremely complicated rivalry with that cunning jackanapes we all love to hate: the Master.
Written by David Holland
On November 22, 1963, the United States changed forever when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas. This event screwed up the news that day and really took everybody's mind off of ordinary television. So when a television show about a grumpy alien, his granddaughter, and their phone booth spaceship aired for the first time, not a ton of people paid attention. It seemed as if Doctor Who might die before it really got a chance to take off. After all, how could a show this eclectic actually attract an audience?