Weeping Angles come out on top as Scariest Monsters

dwa_scarry_monsterAfter a recent survey in Doctor Who Adventures Issue 102, young readers voted the Weeping Angels as the scariest monsters of all time, beating the Daleks and Cybermen. Even though the angels have only appeared in one episode, over 40% of readers voted for them as the more scary than the Daleks and Cybermen which have appeared more recently. David Tennant also came out on top as the young readers favourite doctor with him getting 86% of the votes, Christopher Eccleston was second with 12% of votes and then Tom Baker got 9%.
Moray Laing, Editor, Doctor Who Adventures says,

“The Weeping Angels frightened loads of adults when they appeared in Doctor Who, so I’m not surprised our readers find them scary. Although they only cropped up once in the series a couple of years ago, these silent creatures made a huge impression on children. They really are the stuff of nightmares”.

“And congratulations to David Tennant for winning our favourite Doctor poll – he’s a fantastic Doctor, brilliant actor and great role model for children. Doctor Who Adventures readers can hardly wait for his next special this Easter!”

List of results:
WHICH ONE OF THE FOLLOWING DO YOU THINK IS THE SCARIEST DOCTOR WHO MONSTER? Top 10 responses:

1. WEEPING ANGELS
2. DALEKS
3. CYBERMEN
4. CLOCKWORK ROBOTS
5. SCARECROWS
6. VASHTA NERADA
7. EMPTY CHILD
8. OOD
=9.CYBERSHADE
=9.SONTARANS

WHO IS YOUR FAVOURITE DOCTOR? Top 10 responses:
1. DAVID TENNANT
2. CHRISTOPHER ECCLESTON
3. TOM BAKER
4. JON PERTWEE
5. PETER DAVISON
6. SYLVESTER MCCOY
7. PATRICK TROUGHTON
8. WILLIAM HARTNELL
9. COLIN BAKER
10.PAUL MCGANN

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