Doctor Who Adventures 81

Essential Doctor Who facts guaranteed!

It’s useful to know all the facts about scary monsters because you never know when you might run into one. Take the Time Beetle, for example. Together with a mysterious Fortune Teller, it tried to change the universe by making Donna Noble turn right instead of left…

In this week’s Doctor Who Adventures, there’s a fact file about the mystical lady and horrible beetle – so you’ll know to avoid them both if you ever take a trip to the planet Shan Shen.

There’s also the final part of our competition to win a cool Roboform head – and if you’ve missed one of the tokens, don’t worry as there will be a bonus one in the following issue.

The issue comes with a free set of special pens – one’s got a Cyberman on it and the other has the TARDIS – and there’s also a set of Ood stickers.


o Three posters! The lone Dalek, the Fortune Teller and the Trickster, and the Doctor and his duplicate.
o Ultimate Companions:K-9 talks us through the Doctor’s many friends.
o Quiz: Take our quiz to find out which companion you’d be.
o Tales from the TARDIS: Donna discovers a Vespiform!
o Adventure Guide: The Lost Boy from The Sarah Jane Adventures.
o Comic strip: Part two of By Order of the Bonemenders – something strange is happening to the Doctor.
o Doctor’s Data: The yucky clone from The Sontaran Stratagem.
o Time Teasers: Puzzles to strain your brain.
o Activity: Cut out a picture of Captain Jack and stick him on your face!
o Woven wordsearch: Win a copy of one of the latest Doctor Who books.
o Win: Life-size Doctor Who cut outs and a remote-control Dalek Sec watch could be yours.
o Subscription offer: Subscribe and you’ll get a FREE Doctor Who TARDIS and Doctor Files.

Doctor Who Adventures issue 81, priced £2.10, is out on Thursday 11 September! The Fortune Teller insists you turn right into the shop and get your hands on a copy as soon as you can!

Christian Cawley

A long-term Doctor Who fan, Christian grew up watching the show and has early memories of the Graham Williams era. His favourite stories are Inferno, The Seeds of Doom and Human Nature (although The Empty Child, Blink and Utopia all come close). When he’s not bossing around the news team, Christian is a freelance writer specialising in mobile technology and domestic computing, and enjoys classic rock, cooking and spending time in the countryside with his wife and young children. You can find him on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.

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