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Doctor Who Magazine Issue 500

Although I’d love to say that my first copy of Doctor Who Weekly (as it was back then in 1979) was the Fantastic First Issue, I was something of a latecomer – with issue nine (featuring an iconic picture of a Zygon that I spent far too much time staring at!) being my starting point. 1,039 more words

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Happy 500th Issue Doctor Who Magazine!

Today, Doctor Who Magazine released their bumper 500th issue! Featuring great interviews from Steven Moffat, Tom Baker and Peter Capaldi, as well as a letter from Pearl Mackie, a great comic strip, a bonus 116 page magazine that looks at ever previous issue of Doctor Who Weekly, then Doctor Who Monthly and finally Doctor Who Magazine, free stickers, a giant double-sided poster and an art card; I think it’s safe to say that DWM 500 is well worth the £9.99 asking price! 8 more words

Echoes of Future Past (1991)

What we’ve missed:

The Doctor and Susan have had an interesting experience in 1930s Germany and since decided to settle in 1960s London, where Susan is now attending school. 283 more words

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Sadie Miller Has Arrived!

With Moon Blink on the horizon, author Sadie Miller has become the subject of two première interviews.

One in the pages of the latest issue of… 276 more words

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DWM #497- And It's About Time!

This Thursday, yet another issue of Doctor Who Magazine is set to be released in the UK; this month focussing on the TV Movie to celebrate it’s 20th anniversary. 57 more words

Moon Blink Cover & Blurb Revealed

Candy Jar Books is pleased to release the cover art for the next Lethbridge-Stewart series novel, Moon Blink by Sadie Miller. It boasts a revamped logo and brand new artwork by Adrian Salmon who has previously worked on covers for the  689 more words

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DWM #496- John Hurt Is The War Doctor!

It’s that time of the month again, for the release of Doctor Who Magazine! This months issue has John Hurt as the cover star, promoting the Big Finish War Doctor boxsets, December’s  50 more words