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Fanwnak Issue 6 is out now

FANWNAK #6 on Pre-order

The sixth issue of Doctor Who fanzine, FANWNAK, is available for pre-order now.

The new issue, eight months in the making, is the first after swallowing up fellow fanzines, BANDRIL and TOMTIT, and features a newly-designed logo by Vincent Smedhurst. The 114-page full-colour A4 magazine presents a mix of funny and serious articles, including:

Are the right episodes lost?, Amy & Rory and Ian & Barbara, A love letter to Character Options, Watching Doctor Who, Nick Pope Interview, Sci-Fi Worlds, The TARDIS is a Television Set, Cereal Killer, We’ve got it Licked, Do you remember the first time?, Series 6 Review, Regeneration, Torchwood – Miracle Day, Looking for a Chicken Dinner, Love at first sight, Terror of the Vervoids and the obligatory much much more…

Now get ready to slap the palm of your hand to your face; it also features these comic strips:

Let’s Regenerate – Part One – (12 pages)

The Aztecs – (5 pages)

The Keys of Marinus – (5 pages)

Top of the Ponds – (7 pages)

The Adventures of Matt & Karen – (1 page)

All your planet are belong to us – (6 pages)

Terrynation Street – (1 page)

Yes: ‘Terrynation Street.’ It was bound to happen eventually.

The issue will be released on 1st October, priced £6.98 – including a mystery free gift – but if you order before Midnight on 30th September, you can get it for the special price of £4.99! Find out more here.

FANWNAK: the only fanzine edited by Adric.



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When he’s not watching television, reading books ‘n’ Marvel comics, listening to The Killers, and obsessing over script ideas, Philip Bates pretends to be a freelance writer. He enjoys collecting everything.


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