Big Finish has just released the cover for Masterful. It’s interesting — count the number of Masters! There’s also more detail on the release itself particularly the extras.
The press release is below.
Here is the press release:
The spectacular cover artwork for Masterful, the special audio adventure commemorating 50 years of the Doctor’s best enemy, has been unveiled!
Featuring a huge cast of evil incarnations of the renegade Time Lord, including Geoffrey Beevers, Mark Gatiss, Michelle Gomez, Derek Jacobi, Alex MacQueen, Milo Parker, Eric Roberts and John Simm, Masterful will be released in January 2021, marking half a century since the Master’s screen debut in Doctor Who: Terror of the Autons.
The Master’s finally done it. He’s won. He summons his other selves to a celebration of his ultimate victory. And they come – from across time and dimensions. But he’s forgotten to invite someone. And Missy’s not happy.
Has the Master really conquered the universe? Or has something more awful been unleashed? Something that even all the Masters cannot stop?
Missy is determined to reveal the truth. Because one fact about the Master’s existence never changes. No-one can trust the Master. Not even the Master.
Masterful is now available to pre-order as a limited edition 8-CD box set (priced at £44.99), or on download (at £39.99), exclusively at the Big Finish website. This edition contains:
Discs 1-3: Masterful
Disc 4: Masterful – Behind the Scenes
Disc 5: Doctor Who – Short Trips: I Am The Master and Short Trips: The Switching (both previously available on download only)
Discs 6-8: Doctor Who: Terror of the Master by Trevor Baxendale, a brand new, narrated audiobook featuring the Third Doctor, the Master and UNIT.
Please note the box set edition is limited to 3,000 copies only.
The standard edition of Masterful (featuring only the content of discs 1-3 above) is also available to pre-order, priced at £24.99 (on CD) or £19.99 (as a download).
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Will Big Finish have people playing the Delgado and Ainley incarnations, like they do with David Bradley for the Hartnell Doctor?