Thursday, September 17, 2009

Doctor Who Magazine Issue Four Hundred and Thirteen Released

Today has seen the official release of Issue Four Hundred and Thirteen of Doctor Who Magazine, featuring four exclusive separate collectable covers, around the United Kingdom and Ireland. The four separate collectable covers for this issue of Doctor Who Magazine all focus on four separate Doctor Who stories which have appeared in the Top Ten result section of Doctor Who Magazine’s Mighty 200 Poll.

Cover One commemorates the 1979 story The City of Death, written under the pseudonym David Agnew, which featured the Fourth Doctor with companion Romana. Cover Two commemorates the 1984 story The Caves of Androzani, written by Robert Holmes, which featured the Fifth Doctor regenerating into the Sixth Doctor while with companion Peri.

Cover Three commemorates the 2005 story The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances, written by Steven Moffat, which featured the Ninth Doctor with companions Rose and Jack. Cover Four commemorates the 2007 story Human Nature/The Family of Blood, written by Paul Cornell, which featured the Tenth Doctor as John Smith with companion Martha.

This issue of Doctor Who Magazine features the usual including Production Notes from Russell T Davies, The Time Team, Comic Strip, The Watcher’s Guide to the Seventh Doctor plus more. Panini Magazines will release Doctor Who Magazine issue Four Hundred and Thirteen on Thursday the Fifteenth of October for the price of £3.99 around the United Kingdom and Ireland.


It’s taken many months to compile... but now, at last, the results can be revealed of the biggest poll Doctor Who Magazine has ever undertaken!

Discover which series in Doctor Who’s incredible 46-year history is the most popular; which is the highest rated story for each Doctor; which Dalek story is the most admired... And which remarkable story has come out on top of THE MIGHTY 200!

Featuring contributions from members of the cast and crew who helped create the Top 10 stories and an in-depth analysis of the results, this very special issue is essential reading!


Hero’s welcome!
Russell T Davies describes the incredible reception David Tennant received when he took to the stage in the USA in Production Notes!

Silent victory?
There’s brand new comic strip adventure, Onomatopoeia, by Dan McDaid with art by Mike Collins.

Winning strategy?
The Eleventh Doctor’s on the way and Neil Harris is doing his best to avoid spoliers... Find out how in You Are Not Alone!

Dark Horse?
The Watcher continues his guide to everything you need to know about the Doctor’s 10 incarnations. Was the Seventh Doctor as dark and mysterious as his reputation suggests... ?

Top of the pops!
DWM interviews Thomas Sangster, star of Human Nature/The Family of Blood about his role as Tim Latimer, his Doctor Who audio story... and on playing Paul McCartney!

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