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Panic Moon July 2011

Over the years the number of Doctor Who fanzines has deteriorated somewhat, with more and more of these unique publications disappearing into the ether.

So with great please we can tell you of a wonderful publication called Panic Moon which is an “old fashioned hardcopy Doctor Who fanzine”.

Containing opinions and articles covering Doctor Who from its beginnings in 1963 all the way up to the present day, or its forty eighth year if you want to get technical.

This month’s issue (there are back issues as well that look just as much fun) contains reviews of the first half of series six, fresh looks at old stories-specifically stories that have been recently released on DVD, reviews and letter pages and even an interesting look at the connections between 1974’s Robot and 2010’s The Eleventh Hour.

On top of that you have some truly wonderful original drawings to enjoy as well.

Panic moon can be bought in single issues or bulks of back issues for some very affordable prices. Once you visit their website, you’ll want to pick up an issue or two as they have some great content!

To find out more visit panicmoonfanzine.blogspot.com.


What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!

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