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Doctor Who Magazine 357

Doctor Who Magazine 357 is out this week, and for the first time below we provide a short summary of its contents. As ever, the now-legendary monthly publication features unrivalled quality & quantity in its coverage of Doctor Who, and this month will be providing us with more of their exclusive new series coverage…

Who’s afraid of the Bad Wolf?

Doctor Who Magazine previews the final episodes of the current series…

“These episodes are going back to 1960s Doctor Who – the way it was on my head before I became awkward or embarrassed or analytical,” says writer Russell T Davies about the thrilling climax to the series. “The black-and-white years… those were the days when great space fleets existed, where cosmic wars happened, where the lead character could do anything, and nothing was safe cos nothing was set in stone. That’s what I wanted to create: an outer space epic…”

Meanwhile, the latest issue of the magazine chats to the Doctor and Rose’s latest travelling companion, Captain Jack Harkness – alias actor John Barrowman – to find out about what he thinks about taxing tongue-twisters, stripping off for the cameras, and Rose’s excellent bottom!

Voice artiste extraordinaire Nicholas Briggs presents the second part of his Diary of a Dalek, while DWM also goes Dalek-hunting under the Millennium Stadium to meet the cast and crew of Episode 6! Meanwhile the authors of the new Ninth Doctor novels chat about shaping new adventures for the Doctor and Rose, Billie Piper’s interview from March’s launch party is presented in its entirity, and all the usual regular features.

Plus: There’s the exciting conclusion to the latest comic strip adventure The Love Invasion, as the Doctor and Rose try to foil Igrix’s plan to destroy the moon!

DWM 357 is on sale from Thursday 26 May, priced £3.99.

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