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Grand Moff @ Brilliant Books Signing!

Doctor Who Brilliant Book 2012Everything about Doctor Who: The Brilliant Book 2012 is brilliant: brilliant design, brilliant writing, a brilliant price – so you can imagine that a Forbidden Planet signing featuring nearly everybody who had anything to with the book (including Eric from accounting and that weird bloke from outside the office who thought black cabs were stealing his dreams) would be, well, bad.

No wait, not bad, the other one…brilliant!

Taking place at the Shaftsbury Avenue Megastore on Wednesday 30th November at 6 pm the signing will feature such great guests as contributors Jason Arnopp, David Bailey, Benjamin Cook, James Goss and David Llewellyn, along with editor Clayton Hickman and designer Paul Lang.

Doctor Who Brilliant Book 2012And as if that wasn’t enough, they’ll be joined by three Doctor Who screenwriters; Mark Gatiss, Tom McRae and Gareth Roberts – plus Gary Russell will be there to sign copies of The Doctor Who Encyclopaedia.

We’ve also just heard that it gets better – The Grand Moff himself, Steven Moffat, will also be in attendance!

Please note that due to time restrictions limits may have to be place on the amount of items to be signed.

If you want to grab your copies of both The Brilliant Book and The Doctor Who Encyclopaedia before the event then each is available from Forbidden Planet for £12.99 and £25.00 respectively.



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