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Articles[edit | edit source]
- Holding back the years - Remember the villain who swatted the Daleks aside? The monsters who conspired to reverse all of history? The screaming bats of Desperus? Introducing this issue's epic-length Archive, long term fan Jan Vincent-Rudzki turns back to a story he ranks among the series' greatest ever - and puts The Daleks' Master Plan back on the agenda...
- With a little help from my friends - As of this month, the Eighth Doctor has appeared in 18 novels, one short story collection, three audio books, one novelisation and 27 instalments of DWM's comic strip. Dave Owen talks to the writers taking the Doctor and his six companions into the future.
Comic content[edit | edit source]
The DWM Archive[edit | edit source]
Interviews / Profiles[edit | edit source]
- A life less ordinary - "From a three-month contract, there went the rest of my life!" For this anniversary issue, Peter Griffiths meets the man who, with a track record as a writer, editor, playwright and novelist going back 30 years, knows more about what makes great Doctor Who than any other - Terrance Dicks
- Out of the TARDIS: Lalla Ward
- "My God, how did we get away with this?" - "No-one else would touch it!" Peter Griffiths meets the man who directed Doctor Who's first ever episode - Waris Hussein.
- Mostly armless - Ask the man in the street for the name of Doctor Who's most evil villain and the chances are he'll nominate Davros, inventor of the Daleks. Peter Griffiths talks to the actor who thrice ranted his way into the pentheon of the series' greats - Terry Molloy.
Shelf Life[edit | edit source]
Reviews by Dave Owen
- BBC Audiobook Out of the Darkness
- REF: Five Rounds Rapid!
- HOMEVID: Mindgame
- Prosperity Island
- The Left Hand of Darkness
- The Other Side
- PROSE: Another Girl, Another Planet
- PROSE: Beige Planet Mars
- AUDIO: Oh No It Isn't!
- AUDIO: Beyond the Sun
Regular features[edit | edit source]
- Gallifrey Guardian
- Timelines (Letters)
- The life & times of Jackie Jenkins
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