Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Doctor Who Magazine 50th Anniversary issue

 

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, Doctor Who Magazine 467 is the biggest issue ever, at 116 packed pages! It also comes complete with a very special 1960s-themed mini issue, which imagines how DWM might have celebrated the series' first anniversary. PLUS! There's also a set of 12 amazing art cards, featuring all 12 Doctors, and NINE free audio downloads of Doctor Who stories! Click on the images incuded here for bigger versions.


ALSO INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
  • Matt Smith and David Tennant – two Doctors interviewed together!
  • The Day of the Doctor – a preview of the 50th Anniversary Special, with exclusive new photographs!
  • Jenna Coleman (Clara Oswald) interviewed!
  • An Adventure in Space and Time – huge behind-the-scenes feature!
  • A fascinating feature on Anthony Coburn – Doctor Who’s greatest unsung hero!
  • An Unearthly Child – the draft scripts of Doctor Who’s very first episode revealed!
  • The Watcher’s Guide to Anniversaries!
  • The Wonder of Who – a guide to Doctor Who’s supposedly 'indefinable magic'!
  • The Five Doctors – a fascinating guide to Doctor Who’s 20th anniversary adventure!
  • Mary Peach – the guest star of The Enemy of the World reacts to the story’s recent recovery!
  • Production Notes – showrunner Steven Moffat is joined by someone from his past…
  • John Smith and the Common Men – a special anniversary comic strip!
  • The Time Team watch Last of the Time Lords and Time Crash!
  • The Watcher’s 50th Anniversary Quiz!
  • Competitions, puzzles, and much more!

  • Celebrate 50 years of Doctor Who with DWM 467, out Thursday 14 November, price £7.99!


    2 comments:

    Paul Mount said...

    Yep, heard this today on the Ken Bruce show on Radio 2. Very impressive. That is until Ken and his traffic reporter woman decided to take the mickey out of it. BBC not completely 'on message' on this one at the moment it seems?

    Anonymous said...

    Minimag looks great, with one exception. Shouldn't it have said Doctor Who Weekly, rather than monthly? That is after all how the magazine started