Collectable loose leaf pages divided into seven categories that could be filed accordingly.
- Part 31
- Kamelion This shape-changing robot had a strange life onboard the TARDIS
- Reinette She knew the Doctor all her life. He knew her for just one day...
- Empress of the Racnoss This ancient monster planned to feed humanity to her offspring!
- The Black Guardian Meet possibly the most dangerous being in existence!
- Behind the Scenes (foldout)
- Big Top Terror: The Seventh Doctor and Ace face sinister clowns (From The Greatest Show in the Galaxy)
- Sonic screwdriver The early days of the handiest piece of Time Lord tech
- DVD Episode Guide (foldout)
- Genesis of the Daleks The Fourth Doctor is on a mission for the Time Lords...
DVD release (with cover blurb) Edit
- Each issue came with a DVD release.
- Reversible DVD sleeves enabled the collector to display one of two designs featuring either the Doctor and his enemies or his companions.
- "I'd be no better than the Daleks!"
- The Time Lords foresee a future in which the Daleks are the dominant lifeform so send the Fourth Doctor, Sarah Jane and Harry to Skaro in the distant past. Their mission is to alter or prevent the evolution of the Daleks and wipe the creatures' reign of terror from history. But when the Doctor meets Davros, the Kaled scientist whose twisted vision will spawn a race of merciless killers, he faces a moral dilemma of epic proportions: can he really exterminate an entire species?
Notable information Edit
- The Empress of the Racnoss was originally meant to be CGI, but in the end only her blinking eyes were computer generated.
- Creatures from the Dark Times (an era in which the universe was in a state of chaos) include: the Nestene Consciousness, Great Vampires, Racnoss and the Carrionites.
- Actor Gerald Flood, who played King John in The King's Demons, also voiced Kamelion.
- Kamelion was created by Mike Powers and Chris Padmore of CP Cybernetics.
- Each of the clown masks in The Greatest Show in the Galaxy was designed by a different make-up artist.
- The real Madame de Pompadour was born Jeanne-Antoinette Poisson in 1721. She was nicknamed Reinette (meaning "little queen") by her mother following a visit to a fortune-teller.
- The Daleks' home planet Skaro was destroyed by the Seventh Doctor when he turned the planet's sun supernova.
- At one point Robert Shearman's story Dalek was called Creature of Lies. If the Daleks had not been available because of copyright issues the Toclafane would have been substituted.
- Project Manager: Ben Robinson
- Group Editor: Claire Lister
- Art Editor: Elanzi Smit
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- Contributing Writer: Neil Corry, Jason Loborik and Oli Smith.
- Illustrator: Tom Connell, Peter McKinstry and Lee Sullivan
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