The one hundred eighteenth issue of Doctor Who Adventures had a cover date of 4 June - 10 June 2009.

Contents Edit

Free gift Edit

  • Tenth Doctor face mask and Davros spinner (mini-frisbee)

Information / Fact File (Photo feature and Essential Info) Edit

Comic content Edit

Tales from the TARDIS Edit

  • From: TV: Journey's End - Featuring the planet Earth being towed home by the TARDIS and a full crew.

The Doctor's Data (Collectable Fact File) Edit

Posters Edit

Behind the scenes Edit

Additional features Edit

  • Welcome and news
Find in this issue hidden somewhere Carmen to win a Doctor Who Christmas Invasion/New Earth DVD.
  • Activity / Make-it
Who's Where? Search and Find 2-pages illustrated by Christopher Cooper showing the TARDIS Wardrobe
  • Puzzles and Quiz
  • Readers contributions: Time Agent Upload / Doctor You
featuring reader's letters, photos, and art.
  • Competition Goodies (Beastly Books and Horrible Histories Games)
  • BIG WIN: 6 VIP trips to London and sets of tickets for the “Walking with Dinosaurs Arena Spectacular”

Credits Edit

  • Also listing: Their favourite things about the TARDIS
  • Editor: Moray Laing, The wheezing groaning sound it makes!
  • Deputy Editor: Annabel Gibson, The handy hammer
  • Senior Art Editor: Paul Lang, The high-up bit where Jackie sits in Army of Ghosts
  • Art Editor: Steve Clarke, It's bigger on the inside
  • Production Editor: Liza Millett, It's organic and extremely spacious
  • Picture Editor: Shaila Bux, It's got a HUGE wardrobe!
  • Acting Writer: Olivia McLearon, The Gallifreyian Post-it notes
  • Contributing Art Editor: Nikki Davies
  • Contributing Sub Editor Claudia Dudman
  • Office Temp: Donna Noble, The What? That's not even a proper word!

Hidden Away / Facts Edit

  • This magazine can be recycled: Or find an empty room in the TARDIS to store it in and don't tell the Doctor.
  • Miss Hartigan: "Some people think I'm beastly and horrible. But really I'm misunderstood."
  • The TARDIS was designed to be piloted by a crew of six and was grown on Gallifrey.
  • Police boxes were common sights in the 1950s and 1960s. At one point London had almost 700 alone.
  • The light on a Police Box flashed to attract the attention of officers and get them to report to their nearest police station.

Additional details Edit

  • This issue featured the results from the recent "Design the TARDIS competition". The winning design was featured in this week's comic strip story.
  • The subscription offer for this issue with a saving of 30%, over £18 (UK) and two BBC Tenth Doctor Audio CD's (The Last Dodo and The Resurrection Casket) or 40% saving without gift as promoted on inserted flyer.
  • This issue had a cover price of £2.10 (UK) and was bagged.
  • Next issue's free gift is promoted as a mega sticker pack!

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