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Contents[edit | edit source]
Features[edit | edit source]
- "Spearheads From Space" (a look at Invaders) by Justin Richards
- "Daggers of the Mind" (a look at manipulators) by Justin Richards
- "Making (New) Myths" by John Nathan-Turner
- "The Sonic Screwdriver" by Andrew Pixley
- "Collectors Corner: The Silly Season" (a look at novelty merchandise) by David J. Howe
- "Terrible Tunes" (a look at music merchandise) by MC "Howie" Howe (AKA David Howe)
- "Dressing Up" (a look at clothing merchandise) by David J. Howe
Comic strip story[edit | edit source]
Prose stories[edit | edit source]
Brief Encounter (Illustrated by Paul Vyse):
- Cambridge Previsited by Karen Dunn (Referencing the First Doctor)
- Dream a Little Dream for Me by Nigel Robinson (Referencing the Second Doctor and the Seventh Doctor)
- Country of the Blind by Paul Cornell (Referencing the Third Doctor)
- Farewells by Terrance Dicks (Referencing the Fourth Doctor)
- Encounter on Burnt Snake Flat by Marc Platt (Referencing the Fifth Doctor)
- A Tourist Invasion by Colin Baker (Referencing the Sixth Doctor)
Monster files[edit | edit source]
- The Ice Warriors
- The Zygons
- The Axons
- The Sontarans
- The Draconians
- Silurians / Sea Devils
- The Dæmons
A4 Schematics (Illustrated by Lee Sullivan)[edit | edit source]
Credits[edit | edit source]
- The Doctor Who Yearbook 1993 was created by Gary Russell and Peri Godbold with John Freeman, Chris McCormack, Fiona Moscatelli, Ed Lawrence, Stuart Bartlett, and not forgetting Louise Cassell.
- Advisor: John Nathan-Turner
- Editorial Director: Paul Neary
- Managing Director: Vincent Conran
- Front Cover Photograph by Steve Cook
Additional notes[edit | edit source]
- This was the second of five Yearbooks published by Marvel Comics, UK publishers of Doctor Who Magazine which continued the Doctor Who Annual tradition first established by World Distributors and was again revived in 2005.
- Aimed at the Christmas market the year stated on the cover, (or else used to identify an Annual or Yearbook), announces the next year.(ie the 1993 Annual was published in 1992).
- "The Brief Encounter" fiction was an occasional strand of new fiction short stories which ran in Doctor Who Magazine that featured characters that had at some stage in their life met the Doctor.
- The Yearbook also offered a holiday special to readers of the monthly magazine title.
- Original retail price was £4.50.
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