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Revision as of 20:21, September 13, 2014

RealWorld

This was the 24th release in SFX's regular series of Special Edition Collections – subtitled on the spine ‘Doctor Who: Your Ultimate Guide to all 10 Doctors!

Contents

Who’s head honcho reflects on success
  • Season Two
What to expect when the Doctor returns to our screens
  • Behind the Sofa
“Oh no, I’ve wet myself!” Precious Who memories …
  • Subs
Never miss an issue of SFX
  • Who History
Exploring a Time Lord’s back pages
The original Doctor laid down the template for those who followed
The Doctor’s mid-60’s companion on fame, TV violence and … gardening
The Doctor reinvented as japing cosmic prankster
The most urban man ever to helm the TARDIS
Because it’s tme the Brigadier became Lord Lethbridge-Stewart of ‘Tache …
Mad,mad, mad, The quintessential Doctor?
“I was thinking about your husband’s codpiece this morning …”
Young Parisians: recalling the making of a Tom Baker-era classic.
It shouldn’t happen to a vet, having to follow Tom Baker and al …
Meet the man who was Davros, creator of the dastardly Daleks.
The Doctor saddled with the worst costume ever …
The Doctor becomes a sometimes sinister manipulator of people. Really
The Doctor’s foxy companion as you’ve never seen her before …
The action-man star of the ill-fated US movie.
  • What’s Up Doc?
The making of the first 'toon Who', with Richard E. Grant
Our time travelling friend from the north
  • Carry On Again Doctor
Behind the scenes for the return of Who
Dig the new breed. Doctor Who as a young charmer
Let there be Cybermen! The Who producer on season two
Rose’s mum on the reinvention of Jackie
  • Couch Potato

Does ‘classic’ Who still cut the mustard?

Doctor Who goes big-screen in the mid-60’s

The hidden history of the pepperpot meanies.

  • Invasion Earth!

An exclusive extract from top new book, The Science of Doctor Who

  • Monstrously Bad
Rubbish Who monsters, a celebration
  • So Much Time
It’s not just the Doc who travels in the fourth dimension, y’know …
Top SF author Stephen Baxter on H. G. Wells
  • The Time Tunnel
Naff ‘60’s telly or underrated gem?
  • Back to the Future
Sooo ‘80’s but we love it. The making of Robert Zemeckis’s classic
  • Life on Mars
Take a look at the law man …
  • SFXperts
Your Who questions answered by those old enough to know better
  • Vital Statistics
Who-themed lists for your delectation

Additional details

  • SFX magazine (a regular monthly title in the UK), regularly produced special seasonal issues mainly focussing on a specific theme. Included new and reprinted updated articles from previous regular SFX issues.
  • This Collection looks at all ten Doctors with a factfile feature on each of the actors to have played the part up to David Tennant's debut in The Christmas Invasion and was priced £5.99 (UK).
  • Unlike Doctor Who Magazine or Doctor Who Adventures, SFX is “100% unofficial and independent”.

External links

The official online website of the magazine with latests news

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