Doctor Who: Colin Baker Movies
The Sixth Doctor was a loose cannon. He was egotistical, brash, arrogant, and moody. He had an eloquent speech pattern and was prone to long diatribes peppered with glib remarks. His costume, a hideous mixture of patterns and colors seemingly pulled from forty-five other costume ideas, reflected the character's volatile nature. At the same time, however, the Sixth Doctor was one of the most moral and empathetic incarnations. He was supremely confident in his abilities, which made him eager to jump into the thick of things. Unlike his predecessors, this Doctor seemed to have no qualms about violence, though only . . .