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New releases of classic Doctor Who books

Terrance Dicks Signs Classics!

New releases of classic Doctor Who booksWant to meet a massive legend of Doctor Who? Well then, Forbidden Planet may have just the signing event for you!

Terrance Dicks, the man of many a Doctor Who novel from the last 20 years and who was also the Script Editor on the show from 1969 to 1974 will be appearing at the London megastore to sign copies of his reprinted Target novelizations of The Three Doctors and Terror of the Zygons (which was renamed Doctor Who and the Loch Ness Monster in prose form) and Doctor Who and the Day of the Daleks.

Each novel has a new introduction by Alastair Reynolds and Michael Moorcock respectively and contain the fantastic original cover artwork by Chris Achilleos (who will also be in attendance!), if you were ever a collector of the Target novels or are thinking about when and where to start, this is the perfect point!

The event takes place on Thursday 21st June 2012 between 6pm and 7pm and will definitely see long lines forming to meet these two very talented men, so you may want to get down to the store now in order to secure your place.

If you cannot make the event on the day don’t worry, you can pre order the books for £4.99 from the Forbidden Planet website and each one will be signed by Achilleos himself.

For more information visit forbiddenplanet.com.



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