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Published on April 5th, 2010 | by Brian A Terranova

Vworp Vworp! Editor Interviewed

Vworp Vworp Doctor Who fanzine

Our good friend Gareth Kavanagh was recently interviewed on BlogTalkRadio for SciFiPulse about the superb Vworp Vworp! fanzine, a tribute to Doctor Who Magazine.

The interview is about 20 minutes long and to prompt you to listen, we’ve had a chat with Gareth ourselves to furnish us with some new Vworp Vworp! facts and figures.

Vworp Vworp has been a huge success, with such a great response from fans great and small – editors Gareth and Colin Brockhurst have in fact found the reaction overwhelming.

The response has been so great that the “variant cover” (a clever “photo” of the Fourth Doctor and a Malevilus, referred to by Dez Skinn as the true cover) has sold out, with some appearing on eBay.

Due to the success of Vworp Vworp! volume one (which includes the first installment of Kasterborous’ own Time Leech strip), remaining stocks are getting very low, with the last few expected to be sold through shops over the coming months.

A second colume of Vworp Vworp! is in development, and should include an indepth look at the Tides of Time, an insanely ambitious attempt to interview all eleven editors of Doctor Who Magazine and the realisation of a lost Abslom Daak script by Martin Geraghty (pencils and inks), Ade Salmon (colours) and Colin Brockhurst (letters) from Steve Moore originally written in 1980 but subsequently withdrawn.

Volumes three and four are also on the cards, with a variant cover for volume two and another free gift!

If you haven’t yet picked up volume one of Vworp Vworp!, copies are still available from www.vworpvworp.co.uk!

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Doctor Who and me go way back. I first discovered it on my local PBS Station WHYY in the suburbs outside Philadelphia when I was a young kid; though I am uncertain of the exact age.




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