Doctor Who Magazine’s coverage of Jodie Whittaker’s second series continues with issue 547, on sale now!
This month’s issue Series 12 coverage includes:
- Bradley Walsh: The Doctor Who star answers the questions from the iconic TARDIS tin as only he can
- Chris Chibnall: The second part of an exclusive, in-depth interview with the Doctor Who showrunners
- Series 12 Writers Interviews: The new writers talk to DWM
- Episode Previews: Exclusive previews of Series 12 episodes 3-6
And also in this issue:
- The Master: Doctor Who’s top ten Master reveals.
- Denis Alan Print: The untold story of the Doctor Who merchandise company co-owned by Tom Baker.
- The OFFSTAGE Theatre Group: whose Doctor Who plays and comedy sketches were popular at conventions from 2003 to 2013.
- The Fact of Fiction: begins an epic exploration of The Daleks’ Master Plan.
- Comic Strip: Part Five of Mistress of Chaos, a new comic-strip adventure featuring the Doctor and her friends.
- Christmas Quiz: All the answers to DWM’s Christmas Quiz.
- The DWM Review: including Doctor Who: The Collection: The Complete Season 26 Blu-ray box set and the new vinyl edition of The Web Planet.
- Previews, Gallifrey Guardian, Galaxy Forum, prize-winning competitions, The Blogs of Doom and much more!
DWM 547 is also available as a strictly limited Deluxe Edition, exclusive to WH Smith and store.panini.co.uk priced £9.99.
In addition to the latest issue of DWM, the Deluxe Edition includes:
- An exclusive 76-minute music CD, featuring 22 classic and rare tracks from 1963 to 1989.
- A 32-page supplement, comprising classic comic-strip stories featuring the Master.
- A giant double-sided poster.
- A Series 12 art card.
- Three Big Finish audio dramas to download.
- Big Finish stickers.
Doctor Who Magazine
Doctor Who Magazine is published by Panini and available from all good newsagents and comic shops. You can also take out a subscription (with exclusive textless covers) here. DWM #547 goes on sale on Thursday, the 9th of January, priced £5.99. The Deluxe Edition, exclusive to WH Smith, is priced at £9.99