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WOTCHA – 'Nyssa's Test Tubes'

Hello everyone! :)

I’d like to share a few thoughts on an interesting theory made about Nyssa and Ann Talbot in ‘Black Orchid’ by the Watcher in the latest issue of… 399 more words

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Steve Dillon passes away

It is Cult Faction’s sad duty to report that the legendary artist Steve Dillon has passed away.

Born in Luton, England in 1962, Dillon got his first professional job at the age of 16, drawing the title story in the first issue of Hulk Weekly for Marvel UK, later working on the Nick Fury strip. 129 more words

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Doctor Who Magazine Special Edition 44: On Location

Doctor Who Magazine Special Edition number 44, On Location, is still on sale for £4.99. If you want to read me writing about quarries in  119 more words

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Jeremy Brett is the Doctor

Jeremy Brett is the Lost Doctor. At least so in our universe, which celebrates alternate possibilities and adventures for our favourite Time Lord. He was, frankly, an obvious choice. 378 more words

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Comic Strips! Features! Pin-Ups!

Last week saw the publication of issue 500 of Doctor Who Magazine, marked by a celebratory event on Saturday 28 May attended by several past and present contributors. 2,131 more words

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