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The Eye of Torment

Collection published in 2015 by Panini Comics.
ISBN: 978-1-84653-673-1
This collection is the first volume of comic strip stories featuring the Twelfth Doctor from Doctor Who Magazine (issues 477-483, 495-488) and a Doctor-less adventure for the Paternoster Gang, also from Doctor Who Magazine (475-476) 1,462 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

Steven Moffat Explains Some of the Mysteries of Heaven Sent

Doctor Who showrunner and head writer Steven Moffat has answered some of the questions arising out of his critically acclaimed Heaven Sent, revealing why the diamond wall didn’t reset, where the clothes came from and more. 362 more words


Doctor Who Magazine #495 Released Today

The latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine has been released today, featuring Paul McGann and Alex Kingston on the cover.

With exclusive interviews with Paul McGann and Alex Kingston following the release of… 78 more words


Available Now: The Doctor Who Yearbook 2016

The Doctor Who Magazine Yearbook for 2016 has been released, covering the past year in Doctor Who, with a look back at Series 9, exclusive interviews and much more. 99 more words


BBC America Take a Look Behind A Christmas Carol, DWM 429

BBC America have released a behind the scenes look at the upcoming Christmas Special, A Christmas Carol.

Featuring Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill, the video is available to view via the BBC America YouTube channel below: 44 more words


New Information on The Husbands of River Song

The latest edition of Doctor Who Magazine has given new information on the upcoming Doctor Who Christmas special, The Husbands of River Song.

It being Christmas, expect a cheerful comedy romp and a “proper romantic episode” at the centre of the festivities, with writer Steven Moffat stating his desire to see the Doctor cheered up after the events of… 120 more words