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Articles[edit | edit source]
- All creatures great and small - Monsters have always been a corner stone of Doctor Who's appeal, as their prominence in toy shops, bookshelves and even on mid-seventies giveaway Weetabix cards attests. Lance Parkin gets beneath the rubbery skin of the series' most infamous bug-eyed bad guys - and recalls a few creatures the world forgot. Illustrated by Adrian Salmon.
- Includes inset article: Kidnapped by Gellguards! Wounded by Styre! Speared by Blor! - Alan Barnes remembers collecting those Weetabix monster cards back in 1977.
Comic content[edit | edit source]
- The Final Chapter - Part Two
The DWM Archive[edit | edit source]
The Telesnaps Archive[edit | edit source]
- The Faceless Ones - Episode 4
Interviews / Profiles[edit | edit source]
- Out of the TARDIS: Elisabeth Sladen - Tenacious Doctor Who newshound Sarah Jane Smith never failed to pose a direct question - but how will her actress alter-ego fare versus 20 searching queries plucked willy-nilly from the TARDIS tin?
- Oh what a circus, Oh what a show - Dreaming up both a high rise turned warzone and a Big Top gone bad, writer Stephen Wyatt was responsible for two of Doctor Who's more colourful late eighties serials. Here, he opens up his photo album for DWM - and shares his memories with Peter Griffiths...
- Speak of the Devil - Long before overseeing The Sea Devils, one of Doctor Who's best-remembered serials, Michael E. Briant spent his TV apprenticeship fetching and carrying for First Doctor William Hartnell. "Directors like me were little rebels!" he tells Peter Griffiths...
Shelf Life[edit | edit source]
Reviews by Dave Owen
Regular features[edit | edit source]
- Gallifrey Guardian
- Timelines (Letters)
- The life & times of Jackie Jenkins
Credits[edit | edit source]
Additional details[edit | edit source]
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