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Doctor Who fanzines Bandril and TOMTIT


Doctor Who fanzines Bandril and TOMTIT
Just to let all of you know, Doctor Who fanzine FANWNAK is no more… it has instead been rebranded and reissued as BANDRIL and it looks like a mighty overhaul has taken place!

BANDRIL gets the ball rolling with an exclusive comic strip called “Top of the Ponds”, which is written by David Carey. You’ll also find such mouth-watering articles including “A look at the story of Regeneration”, a true life story called “Looking for a chicken dinner” plus a bonus comic strip by Paul Hanley, “The Keys of Marinus”. There will also be reviews of Torchwood: Miracle Day and Doctor Who Series 6 and of course the letters that you’ve sent in as well…

Giving you more value for money, you will also receive an additional fanzine with your order called TOMTIT. Inside you’ll be treated to delights such as a look at the still-missing 108 “classic” episodes from early Doctor Who, “A Love Letter to Character Options”, “TARDIS TV”, an interview with UFO investigator Nick Pope and an exclusive story penned by Sparacus entitled “The Ghosts of Peversham Station”. All this this and even more delights await you in issue 1!

Both colour fanzines come with a mystery free gift and will be shipped from Saturday 10th December, you can however pre order them today. They are a hand in hand package deal so you get both for your money; it’s a low cost of £5.99 per order (£7.99 to ship outside of the UK). Head to www.bandril.blogspot.com for full details.

It’s Christmas, treat a Doctor Who fan to a unique gift!

(Thanks to Scott)


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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