Tagged Doctor Who Magazine

The Sarah Jane Companion

The latest Doctor Who Magazine special edition is The Sarah Jane Companion. This isn’t something that has been rushed out, however, but has in fact been in preparation for some time, as DWM editor Tom Spilsbury explains: “Just as it was for everybody else, it was a massive, massive shock on Tuesday evening, when I…

Remember Abslom Daak?

This week’s Kasterborous podKast features a fascinating discussion with Gareth Kavanagh about the second Doctor Who Magazine love-in that is Vworp Vworp! #2! Long-term readers of Kasterborous will recall that the first issue of Vworp Vworp! featured a couple of contributions from this very site, not least in the shape of part 1 of Time…

Doctor Who in Comics: 1964 – 2011

Here’s a rare treat for Aficionados of the comic strip adventures of the Doctor – London’s Cartoon Museum has announced an exhibition of artwork from the Time Lord’s comics starting with the first appearances in TV Comic back in 1964 right through to 2011. While many of you might be more familiar with the comic…

More Series 6 Episodes Titles!

Doctor Who Magazine has naturally come to the rescue of anyone dying to know the episode titles of Series 6, with the titles of the first half of the run featuring in issue #433. It now transpires that the previously titled two parter from Matthew Graham The Rebel Flesh and Gangers is now known as…

Scream Along, Pond

Dearest Amelia Pond, What have you gotten yourself into now?  Either you’re really, really frightened about something, or you can’t believe how terrible that episode of Glee was.  Probably a combination, eh? You should know, Pond, that you have a lot of fanboys on the other side of the telly who would save you from…

Doctor Who Magazine 433

Doctor Who Magazine 433 comes in a choice of FOUR collectable covers – one each featuring the Doctor, Amy, Rory and River Song. And – spoilers! – in a staggering plot twist, DWM can confirm that ONE of those four characters will DIE in the first episode of the new series, which transmits on BBC…

Moths Ate My Interview

Website The Peverettphile has recently published a very interesting interview with comedian Toby Hadoke. For those who are not aware of Toby’s work (I speak only to those who have been living in a box in the Himalayas for the last ten years and have only just reintegrated back into society), he not only wrote…

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