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Panic Moon

Panic Moon May 2014 Out Now!

Hmm? What’s that, my child? The first 2014 issue of the fanzine, Panic Moon, is out now, you say? Yes, yes, quite so!

Dated this month, the A6 ‘pocket-sized’ fanzine largely focuses on William Hartnell’s brilliant First Doctor:

It’s a real mixed bag this time, but has an unintended – but nevertheless welcome – slight First Doctor bias, with articles about An Unearthly Child, Marco Polo, The Time Meddler and The Savages.


We also look at The Time of the Doctor, Doomsday and The Girl Who WaitedDoctor Who in Germany, missing episode animations and space opera in Doctor Who. As if that weren’t enough, we speculate on a connection between The Daemons and Ghost Light, and write in praise of Carmen Munroe, Michael Grade, the Raston Warrior Robot, Tanya Lernov, the TARDIS doors and moments from Planet of Giants and The Enemy of the World.

At just £1.50 including p+p, it’s a steal; and for thos- – hang on, in praise of Michael Grade?!

Uhm, sorry, I mean – for those outside the UK, it’s just £3.00!

Set up in 2010 and named after the supposed TV show Karen Gillan auditioned as Amy for, you can find out more over at their blog. So grab your radiation gloves and get the May 2014 issue now!



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

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