Published on May 5th, 2013 | by Christian Cawley0
Kasterborous Magazine Nears Completion!
If you’ve been following the progress of Kasterborous Magazine on the Facebook group, you’ll know that the first issue is now nearing completion (with a big chunk of the second already completed).
Featuring two (TWO) interviews with Doctor Who star Matt Smith and chats with writer Tom Macrae, artist Paul Hanley, actor John Guilor and columns from Elton Townend-Jones and the Valeyard, this is a labour of love that we will be making available in print and digital formats.
Kasterborous editor Christian Cawley, associate editor Brian A. Terranova, sub-editor Philip Bates and contributors Alasdair Shaw and Scott Varnham, and reader Christine Grit have all contributed articles, while podKaster and real-life illustrator James McLean has bent time itself to produce the design and some stunning original visuals.
Intended as a regular magazine to celebrate Doctor Who fandom, the first issue includes the following features:
- Elton Townend-Jones’ Enlightenment – how should Doctor Who’s 50th be celebrated?
- Never a Doctored Word with the Valeyard – the Doctor’s alter ego sets the world to rights.
- Interview: Illustrator Paul Hanley – popular artist reveals his inspirations and plans.
- The Shape of… The TARDIS – the real star of Doctor Who, the iconic time machine.
- Crash of Elysium – Tom Macrae discusses his audacious live Doctor Who play.
- My Mate John IS the Doctor! – John Guilor, the voice of the First Doctor, interviewed.
- All Monsters Great and Small – Phil Bates meets Matt Smith at the Doctor Who Experience.
- In the Shed: With a Dalek Builder! – want to build your own Dalek? Gareth Mugridge is the man to ask!
- The History of Doctor Who Fandom – kicking off an in-depth look at organized fandom.
- Doctor Who Takes Manhattan – we speak to Matt Smith & Karen Gillan in New York!
- The Masque Revisited – 38 years later, a trip to Portmeirion revisits The Masque of Mandragora.
We’ll have full details in the coming days about how you can order your copy – stay tuned, or request access to the Kasterborous Magazine Facebook Group!