Doctor Who Adventures #216 was the issue of the magazine for the week beginning 5 May 2011.

Contents Edit

Free gift Edit

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

Comic content Edit

Mega Moments (favourite scene told as a photo-feature) Edit

  • From: TV: Day of the Moon Episode 2 - Selection of Mega Moments, Did You Spot?, Monster Verdicts, What Happened?

Fast Facts Edit

  • None this issue

Posters Edit

A3 The Silence
A4 The Beast
A4 Stone Cyberman
A4 River Song, The Doctor, Amy Pond and Rory Williams
A4 FAST FACT: Judoon

Behind the scenes Edit

  • None this issue

Interview Edit

Also featuring Edit

  • Welcome and news (What's inside?)
  • Geronimo Gossip: Spoilers, True or False, What's going in Amy's Brain, what's making the Angels Weep? Hot or Not,
  • Puzzle pages and quizzes including Spot the Differences
  • Readers contributions: Who and You Upload - featuring reader's letters, photos, and art.
  • Doctor, Doctor! (Q &A)
  • COMPETITION BIG WIN (Over £1000 worth of goodies)! : Apple iPad 2, iPod Touch, Nintendo Wii console, £50 iTunes voucher, Wii game Return to Earth, sonic screwdriver Wii remote, 4 downloadable Doctor Who audio stories The Jade Pyramid, The Gemini Contagion, Nuclear Time and The Runaway Train, Christmas DVD special A Christmas Carol, complete Series 5 DVD and Series 5 CD soundtrack. BONUS TOKEN to collect.
  • Competition Page!: Lego figures, Dragonology goodies, Skybusters gear, Cyberman Costume, Doctor Who Bumper Activity Book and Doctor Who Monster Miscellany, and TARDIS construction playset and two micro-figures from Character Building.
  • Competition Goodies: Doctor Who Talking Pens (Dalek and Cyberman) by Zeon
  • Web Watch (DWA website news)

Credits Edit

...and favourite words that rhyme with "Moon"

Hidden Away / Facts Edit

  • In Day of the Moon the Doctor is held prisoner in Area 51.
  • Judoon blood is yellow.
  • Apollo 11 landed on an area known as the "Sea of Tranquility" – all rock though.
  • The Moon is 384,400 km (238,855 miles away) from Earth. It took Apollo 11 four days to get to the moon.
  • There have been 12 people to step on the moon: two each from Apollo 11, 12, 14, 15, 16 and 17.

Further information Edit

  • This issue's AAAGH! strip invites suggestions for monsters jobs to be submitted with a picture of the reader for inclusion.
  • The subscription offer for this issue was a saving of 10% (UK) following six issues for £6.
  • This issue had an increased cover price of £2.50 (UK) with the free gift being cover bagged.
  • Next issue's free gift is promoted as a whoopee cushion and a pack of Doctor Who Monster Invasion trading cards.

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