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|Timeline for 1990|
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In 1990, a number of things set in or relevant to the Doctor Who universe were released or published.
- January - An Unearthly Child was first released on BBC Video in the UK.
- January - DWM 157 was released.
- 18 January - Doctor Who - Planet of Giants was first published.
- Target Books republished Doctor Who - The War Games and Doctor Who - An Unearthly Child.
- February - Who's the Real McCoy? was released on cassette by Silver Fist Productions.
- February - DWM 158 was released.
- 15 February - Doctor Who - The Happiness Patrol was first published.
- 8 March - DWM 159 was released.
- 15 March - Doctor Who - The Space Pirates was first published.
- 12 April - DWM 160 was released.
- 27 April - Abslom Daak - Dalek Killer graphic novel was first published by Marvel Comics.
- 10 May - DWM 161 was released.
- 14 June - DWM 162 was released.
- 12 July - DWM 163 was released.
- 21 June - Doctor Who - Remembrance of the Daleks was first published.
- July - Pertwee in Person: Jon Pertwee Talks with David Banks was released on cassette by Silver Fist Productions.
- 12 July - WHYY aired An Unearthly Child as the final PBS Doctor Who broadcast.
- 19 July - Doctor Who - Mission to Magnus was first published.
- 9 August - DWM 164 was released.
- 6 September - DWM 165 was released.
- 20 September - Doctor Who - Ghost Light was first published.
- 20 September - The paperback edition of REF: Doctor Who: Cybermen was published.
- 4 October - DWM 166 was released.
- 18 October - Doctor Who - Survival was first published.
- 25 October - REF: Encyclopedia of The Worlds of Doctor Who: L-R was first published.
- 1 November - DWM 167 was released.
- 15 December - Doctor Who - The Curse of Fenric was first published.
- 26 December - DWM 168 was released.
- Unknown - An Unearthly Child was published in Germany under the title Doctor Who und das Kind von den Sternen.
- A BBC Video Advert was released.
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