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Doctor Who Character Encyclopedia was a fully illustrated reference book by Jason Loborik, Annabel Gibson & Moray Laing. It covers characters featured in the series' nearly fifty years of Doctor Who, from "An Unearthly Child" airing in 1963 to The Snowmen in 2012.

Publisher's summary[]

Doctor Who Character Encyclopedia with all 11 Doctors and more than 200 friends and foes.

Meet all of the most important characters from the entire history of Doctor Who, including every Doctor and companion. Packed with fascinating facts and statistics for characters from the Abzorbaloff to the Zygons, and with large cut-out poses and stunning stills from the programme, this is the ultimate compendium of Doctor Who characters.


The books covers a wealth of characters each given a full page spread with colour-coded pages denoting the subject's categories. Namely;

Notable features[]

  • Each page entry comprises an annotated isolated central image, with accompanying screenshots and photographic images, along with a Data File box detailing homeworld / origin, occupation, special attributes, and Doctors met.
  • Clara - the Impossible Girl is the most recent of entries, as she featured in The Snowmen, broadcast Christmas 2012.
  • This laminated hardback book was priced £12.99 (UK).