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The 111th issue of Doctor Who Magazine had a cover date of April 1986.



  • Great Eccentrics - The reasons for the success of a Doctor Who story are many, not least the élan and eccentricity of some of the incidental characters. Here Patrick Mulkern turns the clock back to 1967, 1971 and 1978 to recall three of the series greatest eccentrics
  • At The Eleventh Hour (2 of 2) - In the conclusion of his feature on 'last minute' scripts for Doctor Who, Richard Marson takes up the story with the second Pertwee season and the popular tale The Dæmons.

Comic content[]


Interviews / Profiles[]


  • None

Reviews - Off the Shelf[]

A4 pin-up[]

  • The Brigadier
  • Red Movie Dalek with Susan publicity photo

Also featuring[]


Editor: Sheila Cranna
Assistant Editor: Penny Home
Art Director/Design: Steve Cook
Production: Alison Gill
Advertising: Sally Benson
Publisher: Stan Lee
Advisor: John Nathan-Turner

Additional details[]

  • FREE FOLD OUT POSTER featuring the six Doctors drawn by Alister Pearson.
  • Gallifrey Guardian returns to being a full page feature.
  • A spoof, quarter-page advert appears from Alan Read, Wallington Surrey. Wanted Urgently: Doctor Who Assistant.
  • Off the Shelf features a ten question quick quiz. Answers in DWM 112.
  • Priced 75p, (UK) this issue's cover photograph features artwork by Alister Pearson.