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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 9/26/16 9:07 pm
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Galanar takes center stage as we learn that his special powers come from the Daleks who created him as one of their "demons." He was one of three of his kind and the only brought home by humans and Galanar claims to have "imprinted on them." This story is the most effective part of Dalek Empire III as we spend the entire episode until the last few questioning every thing we know about Galanar. Whose side is he on? He has the ability to make any side believe he's with them, but who is he playing? The humans or the Daleks?

David Tennant turns in absolutely outstanding performance that furthers the mystery but also allows the character to pivot marvelously at the decisive moment. A solid turn for this series.
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6
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 9/24/16 5:56 pm
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The series loses some momentum. It illustrates the pitfalls of a six-part Dalek Empire series as the story becomes padded and seems to paddle in place for two third of the release and retread old ground. For example, the same pesky bureaucrat appears from the previous chapter in Part 3 to illustrate his reservation about the Daleks and provide a token obstacle for the Wardens. The story does add a new mystery and a pretty shocking revelation at the end but there’s a lot of padding to get through to get to that.
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7
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8
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 9/11/16 1:05 am
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The story focuses more on the Wardens and gives us a look into how the Border Worlds have come to turn to the Daleks for help and the difficulties in their relationship with the Galactic government. In many ways, the problems mirror those that existed between Great Britain and her colonies and it's well-stated without becoming overdone. What is overdone are the arguments between the Daleks and the Border Worlds counsel which consist of the counselor objecting to the Daleks' action and the Daleks pointing out they have "executive authority" repeatedly. The series does continue to do a good job of establishing its characters and mysteries.
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User Rating:
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 9/5/16 6:44 pm
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This opening in the third Dalek Empire series starts off strong. The story is mostly set up but it's very well-done set up as we're introduced to a cast across the galaxy, each set to play a different part. It establishes a very solid sense of mystery even though we know that ultimately the Daleks are behind what's happening. Having the Daleks lurk in the shadows for most of the episode is a nice change from the grand invasions of the prior sets. The sound design is exquisite and a major step up from prior releases.

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