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Doctor Who: The Curse of Peladon
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The Curse of Peladon Features in CSO Fanzine

CSO, a new cult TV fanzine, has launched, promising a look at the legendary TV shows that have gained cult status – including, of course, Doctor Who! While Issue One also looks at the pilot episode of Lost in Space, Blake’s 7 and even Hi-De-Hi!, it’s certainly of interest to Whovians for its coverage of…

We meet the Cybermen for the first time in The Tenth Planet
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029 The Tenth Planet

The Tenth Planet…. Or, the ninth planet, now that Pluto has been reclassified. Or would it be Niburu/Planet X, the “Wandering Planet”? If it’s not, strictly speaking, part of the solar system, can it really be assigned a numeral? Can we, in fact, get past the name of the story to actually talk about it,…

The Gunfighters 3
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025 The Gunfighters

It may seem unremarkable, but The Gunfighters is important. Why? Oh, so many reasons, layered on top of one another to provide a fun, twisting adventure instantaneously and a fulfilling, satisfying story in retrospect to leave viewers with a smile on their faces. It’s notable for being one of only two on-screen serials in Doctor…

New releases of classic Doctor Who books
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More Repackaged Target Classics!

BBC Books are very pleased to announce the republication of 6 more Classic Doctor Who novels with Chris Achilleos’ stunning classic artwork. Once again, each title features a new introduction, this time by Gary Russell, Michael Moorcock, Mark Gatiss, Steven Moffat, Tom McRae and Alastair Reynolds. BBC Books has previously released another selection of six…

Classic Novelizations Re-Released!

BBC Books have announced the re-publication of 6 classic Doctor Who novels, each featuring Chris Achilleos’ stunning classic artwork! Complete with new introductions by Neil Gaiman, Charlie Higson, Gareth Roberts, Stephen Baxter, Russell T Davies and Terrance Dicks. These titles represent a bygone, halcyon age for Doctor Who books, each wielding very different titles to…

Giants of Hong Kong

In 1967, the third Doctor Who story to feature the Cybermen reintroduced the silver giants as a defeated race awaiting their eventual revival and subsequent victory over the universe. As an episode of the Doctor’s travels throughout time and space, it was certainly an eventful one, but also one which at the time introduced some…

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