The latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine is out tomorrow, check out all the details below and click on the pic for a bigger version.
as the Doctor’s companion: “I am so, so sad. I’m not going to lie.
Leaving that show has to be one of the saddest experiences I’ve ever
had. It was my life for, like, three years. That’s
going to take a while to go away. But also it’s really exciting,
because I get to go and do other things…”
THE FIRST LADY OF TIME
DWM looks at the life and times of MARY TAMM, the actress who
played the Fourth Doctor’s companion Romana, with never-before-seen
photos and tributes from her friends and colleagues including LOUISE
JAMESON, JOHN LEESON, and ANTHONY READ.
MATT’S MISSING SCENE!
Just how old is the Doctor nowadays? The clue’s in his hair, as
showrunner STEVEN MOFFAT reveals, as he presents a missing scene from The Angels Take Manhattan – exclusively in PRODUCTION NOTES.
THE FEAR FACTOR
There have been some truly terrifying moments in Doctor Who’s 49-year history… and, just in time for Halloween, DWM 453
celebrates the very best of them! Fearmerchants PHILIP HINCHCLIFFE and
TERRANCE DICKS are on hand to give their expert opinion, so
prepare to have your blood chilled and your spine tingled, with THE A-Z
DWM look back at the season that gave us the longest story ever,
an evil future Doctor and Bonnie Langford, as THE TRIAL OF A TIME LORD
is put under the spotlight in COUNTDOWN TO 50!
DEATH IN PRAGUE
The Doctor, Amy and Rory encounter a legendary monster and terrifying
creatures from another dimension in THE BROKEN MAN, the brand new comic
strip written by SCOTT GRAY and illustrated by MARTIN GERAGHTY.
MONSTERS AND MAGIC!
DWM catches up with former Doctor Who showrunner RUSSELL T DAVIES and chats exclusively with him about his brand new show – WIZARDS VS ALIENS – and just why Doctor Who fans will want to watch…
PLUS! All the latest official news, the latest episodes, DVDs,
books and CDs reviewed, sneak previews of forthcoming merchandise, a
prize-winning crossword, FIVE fantastic competitions and much, much