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Doctor Who The Official Annual 2007 was published in 2006.

Overview[edit | edit source]

Release Number 1
Publisher BBC Children's Books, UK
Released in September 2006
ISBN: 1-405-90199-3
Priced £6.99
Format Hardback 62 pages
Featured Doctor: The Ninth and Tenth Doctor
Featured Companions: Rose Tyler
Featured Enemies: Various

Stories[edit | edit source]

Comic stories[edit | edit source]

Illustrated by John Ross and coloured by Adrian Salmon
This story is reprinted from Doctor Who Adventures #2.
Illustrated by John Ross and coloured by James Offredi

Short stories[edit | edit source]

Features[edit | edit source]


Additional features[edit | edit source]

  • Game: Who would you be? (Yes and No personality/companion profile finder)
  • Puzzle: Monster Hunt Crossword
  • Quiz: Is your Teacher an Alien?
  • Puzzle: K9's Cafe Confusion.
  • Jokes: Doctor Ho Ho!
  • Quiz: Spatial Awareness (Solar System questions)
  • Activity: Police Box Party (Party decorate your room)
  • Games: Party Games
  • Game: Werewolf Attack! (variation of snakes and ladders)
  • Quiz: Which alien are you most like?
  • Puzzle: Going round in circles (word puzzle)
  • Puzzle: Escape from Raxacoricofallapatorius
  • Activity: Not Exactly Rocket Science (Tricks)
  • Activity: Make Your Own Time Capsule
  • Puzzle Message Madness (A letter from Rose)
  • Puzzle: TARDIS Tracker (Wordsearch)
  • Activity: Act Like a Time Lord

Credits[edit | edit source]

  • Editor: to be added
  • Designer: to be added
  • Frontispiece uses graphics by ??
  • Puzzles and other "Also" features listed above by Davey Moore and Jacqueline Rayner

Additional notes[edit | edit source]

  • Following the success of the previous year's Annual by Panini Comics, 2006 saw the publication of the Doctor Who The Official Annual 2007 (published by BBC Books) AND the Doctor Who Storybook 2007 (published by Panini). While the later presented a series of short illustrated fiction stories, the former concentrated on the lighter side of activities, games, puzzles and comic strip stories including a reprinted comic strip story from Doctor Who Adventures (for which a page advert was included), and was aimed at a younger audience.
  • Released in the UK following the Doctor's regeneration on television from Ninth to Tenth Doctor, the cover featured a lenticular cover that when tilted, displayed both Doctors independently.
  • Content adds very little to what was already known, apart from possibly the letter from Rose, which while being a puzzle, has an "Official" status and mentions travelling with the Doctor to Tamkamela VI and America in the 1940s, where she met a boy called Neil who wanted to travel to the Moon!
  • Individual page credits are given on the title page but are not complete.

External links[edit | edit source]

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