Included below are the details and two covers (click on them for bigger versions) of the latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine. DWM 452 is published Thursday 20 September 2012:

DWM previews Amy and Rory’s final adventures, THE POWER OF THREE and THE ANGELS TAKE MANHATTAN with exclusive new photos – and talks candidly on set to the cast and crew including MATT SMITH, KAREN GILLAN and ARTHUR DARVILL about the last days of the Ponds…

“It’s New York!” raves Matt. “One of my favourite cities in the world. And I love this script, and the Weeping Angels are my favourite monster, so it’s all sort of come together for me on this one…”

DWM catches up with new Doctor Who regular JENNA-LOUISE COLEMAN and chats to her about playing Oswin Oswald – and about the adventures she’ll be starring in next year…

Doctor Who‘s showrunner STEVEN MOFFAT reveals all about Jenna-Louise Coleman’s surprise appearance in Asylum of the Daleks – and just why and how the secret was kept…

DWM concludes THE TRIAL OF JOHN-NATHAN TURNER, as expert witnesses STEVEN MOFFAT, PHIL COLLINSON, NICOLA BRYANT, ANDREW CARTMEL, PAUL CORNELL, EDWARD RUSSELL and DAVID RICHARDSON give their final verdict on the most controversial producer in Doctor Who’s history…

The Doctor, Amy and Rory become embroiled in the shady world of international espionage and encounter an extra-dimensional horror in THE BROKEN MAN Part Two, a brand new comic strip by SCOTT GRAY and illustrated by MARTIN GERAGHTY.

It was the series that had it all – the 1985 run, starring Colin Baker as the Sixth Doctor and Nicola Bryant as Peri, which featured the Doctor’s greatest adversaries! DWM takes a nostalgic look at Series Twenty-Two as COUNTDOWN TO 50 continues.

THE FACT OF FICTION scrutinizes the 1976 Fourth Doctor and Sarah adventure THE SEEDS OF DOOM, and discovers that there’s far more to the terrifying tale of horrible horticulture than meets the eye…

The past comes back to haunt THE TIME TEAM, as they watch the Tenth Doctor and Rose meet Torchwood and confront the deadly Cybermen posing as an ARMY OF GHOSTS. And what will Chris, Emma, Will and Michael make of the episode’s dramatic cliffhanger… ?

All the latest official news, previews of upcoming DVD, CD and book releases, merchandise reviews, prize-winning competitions and much, much more! Get ready for the end of an era with Doctor Who Magazine 452, with a choice of TWO FANTASTIC COVERS, on sale from Thursday 20 September, priced £4.50.

 Thanks to Doctor Who Magazine

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Cameron K McEwan was the first owner and site editor of Blogtor Who since its creation in May 2008 until Dec 2015. A lifelong Doctor Who fan, Cameron has also written two books, The Who’s Who of Doctor Who and Doctor Who: The Big Book of Lists, and directed a film all about Doctor Who fans throughout the years, Who’s Changing - An Adventure In Time With Fans. Cameron also contributes TV and film news and reviews to BBC Radio London, Metro, Digital Spy, New York Observer and Den of Geek. He lives in London with his one trousers.


  1. I'm more excited to read Steven Moffat, Nicola Bryant, and Andrew Cartmel's opinion on JNT. Honestly, I think it was a great run. There were some duds (Most of Season 24 bar Delta come to mind), but overall a very diverse, daring, innovative, and enjoyable era of Who. I hope the three I mentioned feel the same.


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