Tardis

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The 176th issue of Doctor Who Magazine was released on 11 July 1991 and removed from British newsstands on 7 August 1991.

Contents[]

Articles[]

Comic content[]

Fiction[]

Interviews / Profiles[]

Page Pin-ups[]

Also featuring[]

  • Matrix Data Bank (Questions and Answers)
  • Doctor Who? by Tim Quinn and Dicky Howett
  • Into The Vortex / 'That Was the Who That Was' (Times Past)
  • Gallifrey Guardian (News)
  • Beyond the TARDIS (Who is doing what by Dominic May)
  • 'Who in Review'
  • You on Who (Letters)
  • Nix View by Nick Miller (cartoon)
  • Data Coils (now incorporating pen-pals and events listing)
  • Collector's Corner (Merchandise) (Tree Hanging sweets from Goodies, Doctor Who Dalek Invasion of Earth Rub Down Transfers from Letraset, Assorted metal badges, Pottery Police Boxes from Melwood, Doctor Who Mugs from A B & Sons, Dalek Waterslide Transfers from S Guiterman & Co Ltd, Doctor Who The First Adventure Computer Game from BBC Software)

Random quote[]

"Are you saying that you don't know how to work this thing?"

"Of course not. I'm not a miracle worker."

The Doctor to Barbara Wright from 100,000 BC: The Firemaker

Credits[]

Senior Editor: John Freeman
Copy Control: Sophie Health
Design Gary Gilbert
Vertical Hold: Louise Cassell
Spiritual Guide: Harry Papadopoulos
Promotion: Jane Sumner
Production: Mark Irvine
Advertising: Jane Smale
Adviser: John Nathan-Turner
Editorial Director: Paul Neary
Managing Director: Vincent Conran
Excelsior: Stan Lee

Additional details[]

  • This issues's cover shows the Doctor carrying Dr Warlock to temporary safety in Pyramids of Mars and was priced £1.95 (UK)
  • On the copyright page of the magazine (usually page 3) is a box of very small text, the end of this text reads "Flyfishing and Cybernetics instruction by J.R. Hartley."
  • Additional Details (from DWM 178)
TARDIS journeys: implied in Nightmare of Eden when the Doctor is returning bits held within the CET machine are the planets Zil, Vij, Darp, Lven, Brus, Gidi, Ranx, and Eden.
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