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Fanwnak 7

Issue 7 of FANWNAK

If you are yet to order Issue 7 of the Doctor Who fanzine FANWNAK then may we suggest that you do so as quickly as you possibly can because quite frankly, it looks brilliant. Fanwnak 7 The official site where you can purchase a copy details, rather amusingly, the labour of love that went into creating this special issue and the challenges that took place to make the 104 page issue a reality. In issue 7, you can look forward to a celebration of 50 years of Doctor Who, an interview with Steven Moffat, part 2 of the comic strip Let’s Regenerate (which features the return of an old enemy with a seemingly famous face), a look at Peter Cushing as the Doctor, the 10 best Doctor Who CD releases, a celebration of the ups and downs of being a Doctor Who fan and an exclusive reproduction of the Virgin Publishing guidelines that young storytellers such as Mark Gatiss, Paul Cornell, Steven Moffat, Russell T Davies and Gareth Roberts all adhered to in order to get some of their very first Doctor Who work printed as part of the New Adventures range. Of course, this is just scratching the surface; there are plenty more articles to enjoy as well as news and reviews on all things Doctor Who. Fanwnak 7 preview The full colour Issue 7 of FANWNAK will cost you £7.99 (which includes postage in the UK) or £13.99 (including postage) to the rest of the world. If your purse strings are already stretched thanks to the power of one-click ordering from Amazon then never fear, there is also a black and white version with a full colour cover that will cost only £3.99 – which also means that if you’re ordering from outside the UK that the cost should drop quite considerably for you. To find out more about the issue or to order your copy visit their official site. Remember that FANWNAK is full of adult humour and may not be suitable for children or people with no sense of humour.


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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