Contents[edit | edit source]
Collectable loose leaf pages divided into seven categories that could be filed accordingly.
- Part 22 A Noble Savage. After travelling alone, the Fourth Doctor finds a new companion.
- Third Doctor read about the Doctor who started his life exiled to Earth...
- Donna Noble: Space Girl Find out how Donna became the most important woman in creation.
- Tritovores Meet the alien flies who were trapped on San Helios...
- Sun-possessed Shield your eyes from the searing gaze of these hot-headed killers!
- When in Rome... Discover behind-the-scenes secrets of recreating an ancient world...
DVD release (with cover blurb)[edit | edit source]
- Each issue came with a DVD release covering two episodes.
- Reversible DVD sleeves enabled the collector to display one of two designs featuring either the Doctor and his enemies or his companions.
- "The fat just walks away."
- It's not just the Doctor who has spotted something amiss at Adipose Industries, one Donna Noble is also investigating what's going on at the miraculous weight-loss offices. It doesn't take long for the two old friends to meet up and join forces, but can they get to the bottom of the mystery before more lives are lost and Miss Foster is victorious?
- "The Romans haven't even got a word for volcano. Not until tomorrow."
- A trip to ancient Rome takes a turn for the worse when the Doctor and Donna realise they've arrived in Pompeii on "Volcano Day"! While Donna is desperate to warn the city's inhabitants and evacuate the city, the Doctor is insistent that they don't interfere. However, they soon realise things are not as they seem...
Notable information[edit | edit source]
- Stephen Regelous offered his time and experience for a few weeks to assist the The Mill with the CGI created Adipose using his software experience to help make each Adipose move independently.
- The Third Doctor's wristwatch could be used to locate the TARDIS.
- In Planet of the Dead, the Tritovores were called Sorvin and Praygat and choreographed by Ailsa Berk.
- The stasis chamber seen in 42 was an adaptation of the MRI scanner used in Smith and Jones.
- The family name in The Fires of Pompeii (Caecilius) came from a Latin textbook used by Russell T Davies when at school.
Credits[edit | edit source]
- Project Manager: Ben Robinson
- Group Editor: Claire Lister
- Art Editor: Elanzi Smit
- Designer: Carly Giles
- Writer/Sub-Editor: Kieran Grant
- Editorial Assistant: Poppy Kemp
- Contributing Writer: Neil Corry, Jason Loborik and Jacqueline Rayner.
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