The Doctor Who Magazine Tenth Anniversary Special celebrated the tenth anniversary of Doctor Who Magazine.
Contents[edit | edit source]
Articles[edit | edit source]
- 'Ten Years of Doctor Who Magazine' by David J. Howe
- 'Roaming Monsters: The Sontarans' by David Auger
- 'The New Daleks by Raymond Cusick' by John Freeman
Comic content[edit | edit source]
Fiction[edit | edit source]
Archives (Retold by episode with Fact File)[edit | edit source]
Interviews / Profiles[edit | edit source]
- Nicholas Courtney (Actor)
- Colin Baker (Actor) interviewed by Dominic May on stage for The Ultimate Adventure
- Timothy Combe (Director)
Previews[edit | edit source]
Reviews[edit | edit source]
A4 pin-ups[edit | edit source]
- Cover of Doctor Who Weekly Issue 1 (transfers not shown)
- Unused cover for Doctor Who Weekly Number 44 (which became a Monthly)
- Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart
- Jo Grant from TV: The Mind of Evil
- The Fifth Doctor in party costume from TV: Black Orchid
- The Fourth Doctor juggling Daleks. New B&W artwork by Dave Gibbons.
- The Fifth Doctor watching the TARDIS being bombed on a beach. New B&W artwork by Mick Austin.
- The Sixth Doctor and friends. New B&W artwork by John Ridgway.
- The Seventh Doctor and Ace against the Daleks. New B&W artwork by Lee Sullivan.
Also featuring[edit | edit source]
Credits[edit | edit source]
- Editor/Designer: John Freeman
- Paste-Up: Jacqui Papp
- Production: Julie Speller
- Advertising: Julie Hughes
- Adviser: John Nathan-Turner
- Magazine Group editor: Sheila Cranna
- Inspiration: Dez Skinn
- Writers this Issue: Jeremy Bentham, David Howe, Peter Anghelides, Justin Richards, Andrew Pixley, Dominic May, David Auger, Adrian Rigelsford, Paul Travers and Tim Hunter.
Additional details[edit | edit source]
- Additional Input from DWM 156: The Black Orchid Archive feature caption should have read Ann Talbot not 'Ann Cranleigh', the portrait of Katy Manning was from Terror of the Autons not The Sea Devils. With regards to K9 (featured in Travelling Companions), Dave Martin created K9. He was a dog lover whose dogs were always getting run over, and wanted to get one into the show, one that fought back! Robert Holmes realised the attraction and allocated money into a reusable prop. There was time for K9 to be included in stories immediately after The Invisible Enemy. Not needed in Horror of Fang Rock and Image of the Fendahl, he appeared in The Sun Makers which was recorded before Image of the Fendahl. Furthermore John Leeson appeared as Dugeen in The Power of Kroll not Thawn, who was played by Neil McCarthy.
- "The New Daleks" article about Raymond Cusick included a full page new design for the Daleks for the 1990s. These redesigned Dalek casings were only used in one story to date, the 1989 video game Dalek Attack.
- This sixteenth Special from Marvel comics was a regular sized, perfect bound issue with a thicker cover and better quality paper, printed in October 1989. with a cover price of £2.50 (UK).
- The cover showed a variation using the same stock photo of Tom Baker posing with a Dalek, as used on the cover of DWM 1.
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