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Posted by: Matt McGloin
/ 2 years 27 weeks ago

Neil Gaiman's "The Last Of The Cyberman" Doctor Who Script Left In Taxi

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Seems JMS' World War Zombie script is not the only one to make its way online as apparently Neil Gaiman's script for his Doctor Who episode, "The Last of the Cyberman" was left in the back of a taxi.

Eve De Leon Allen's copy of the script was left behind in the taxi when someone found it and attempted to get in contact with the BBC to return it.

Not much was made of that, but once a picture of the script hit Reddit, someone took notice and contacted the user with the correct contact information.

There doesn't appear to be any spoilers hitting the net from the script as of yet, but we'll keep our eyes peeled.

The Neil Gaiman episode is due to air next spring and sees the Doctor and Clara (new companion Jenna-Louise Thompson) on a mysterious planet described as a band of misfits -- with obviously the/a cyberman. The episode also stars Warwick Davis, Tamzin Outhwaite (Eastenders) and Jason Watkins (Being Human), with Stephen Woolfenden (Harry Potter) directing the episode.

For all the Doctor Who news you can handle, jump in the TARDIS and hop on over to the Cosmic Book News Doctor Who Hub.

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