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* The [[Jon Pertwee|Pertwee]] Years by [[Stephen James Walker]]
 
* The [[Jon Pertwee|Pertwee]] Years by [[Stephen James Walker]]
 
* '''On Set:''' ''[[The Moonbase]]'' by [[Marcus Hearn]] and [[John Ainsworth]]
 
* '''On Set:''' ''[[The Moonbase]]'' by [[Marcus Hearn]] and [[John Ainsworth]]
* Will the real [[UNIT]]... [[Kevan Loosly]] (a member of the armed forces), assesses [[UNIT]] as a military force and finds it severely wanting in discipline - and haircuts!
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* Will the real [[UNIT]]... [[Kevan Loosely]] (a member of the armed forces), assesses [[UNIT]] as a military force and finds it severely wanting in discipline - and haircuts!
 
* Behind the scenes: The Doctor Who Comic Strip - [[Paul Travers]] takes advantage of the delayed comic strip ''[[Evening's Empire]]'', to review recent strips and find out just how the stories are put together...
 
* Behind the scenes: The Doctor Who Comic Strip - [[Paul Travers]] takes advantage of the delayed comic strip ''[[Evening's Empire]]'', to review recent strips and find out just how the stories are put together...
   

Revision as of 22:46, June 21, 2012

RealWorld

The 181st issue of Doctor Who Magazine was published 28 November 1991 and remained current through 25 December 1991. Despite its Christmas Day cover date, it was not a holiday-themed issue. Instead, most of its articles centred around the Pertwee era.

Contents

Articles

Comic stories

Fiction

Interviews / Profiles

  • Role Models: John Woodnutt - Earthbound, Colour, A New Doctor...Spearhead from Space marked a number of milestones in the history of Doctor Who. Liam Rudden spoke to actor John Woodnutt about his memories of that, and his three subsequent stories.
  • Talking to Tom Baker: Part Three - In the final part of a three part interview, Tom Baker reflects as the Doctor, on his (then) present work and the fate of the programme itself...

Archive Feature

Off the Shelf

Gary Russell takes stock of a bundle of new Doctor Who books, released just in time to fill your stockings for Christmas...

Page Pin-ups

Also featuring

  • Gallifrey Guardian (News)
  • Matrix Data Bank (Questions and Answers)
  • Beyond the TARDIS (Who is doing what by Dominic May)
  • 'Doctor Who?' by Tim Quinn and Dicky Howett (comic strip)
  • 'Who in Review' (Who event coverage)
  • You on Who (Letters)
  • 'Nix's View' by Nick Miller (cartoon)
  • Data Coils (now incorporating personal and club events listing)

Credits

Senior Editor: John Freeman
Star Trek Infiltrator: Harry Papdopoulos
Copy Control: Sophie Health
Design Slave: Peri Godbold
Co-ordinating Overlord: Louise Cassell
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 issue had a free fold out poster stapled to the centre that featured artwork by Alister Pearson, of the seven Doctors that was used for the cover of issue 174. The original caption used on the poster credited the quote to Survival Part Four but this was spotted at a convention (that there was no 'Part Four'), and was simply left as being credited to the story at the end.
  • With the second installment of the comic story Evening's Empire having gone missing in the post, the space this issue is filled with the reprinting of a back-up comic story from DWM 64.
  • This issues coverfeatures artwork from [Lee Sullivan]] (Dalek-Cybermen War) and was priced £2.25 (UK)
  • On the copyright page of the magazine (usually page 3), is a box of very small text, the end of this text reads “In the basement of Coal Hill School, the Dalek considered the meaning of life, then shot it through the head at point blank range.”
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