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The 100th issue of Doctor Who Magazine had a cover date of May 1985. It included a giant poster of the Sixth Doctor and Peri to celebrate one hundred editions.



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  • Doctor Who Letters (2 pages)
  • Doctor Who? by Tim Quinn & Dicky Howett
  • Gallifrey Guardian - including a special report on the suspension of Doctor Who
  • Matrix Data Bank


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  • GIANT FREE POSTER to mark a hundred issues of DWM featuring the Sixth Doctor and Peri, by an unknown artist.
  • An editorial by the new editor, Cefn Ridout, coincides with the eighteen month suspension of Doctor Who by the BBC and the hundredth issue of DWM, with a congratulatory message from John Nathan-Turner.
  • With the uncertainty of the future, and lack of forthcoming new material, the review section of the magazine is expanded from this issue to include other noteworthy material.
  • The Legacy of Gallifrey by Gary Russell was presented with the help and research of Martin Wiggins, Gordon Blows, Trevor Philips and Stephen Payne, and presents a history of the Time Lords.
  • The comic strip is reunited, and returns to no longer being split into two halves throughout the magazine.
  • No year date was shown on this cover of this issue which along with eight extra pages had a special cover price of £1.00 (UK).
  • The cover shows Peri and the Sixth Doctor from TV: Vengeance on Varos.