Doctor Who Magazine 562 talks to Revolution of the Daleks star Chris Noth, explore The Moonbase, and talks to artists from across Doctor Who history
Highlights of the new issue include:
- Dream Worlds – Some of Doctor Who’s most renowned illustrators discuss their techniques: Chris Achilléos, Colin Howard, Martin Geraghty, Stuart Crouch, Anthony Dry and Anthony Lamb all speak exclusively to DWM. All within an exclusive new Anthony Lamb cover!
- John Lloyd – The television producer discusses his never-realised 1979 four-parter The Doomsday Contract ahead of its Big Finish release.
- Autographs – Meet the collectors committed to acquiring the autographs of their favourite stars.
- The Lonely Assassins – Behind-the-scenes insights into the interactive game The Lonely Assassins, including an interview with one of its stars, Ingrid Oliver.
- The Moonbase – New CG images recreate the sets from the lost episodes of 1967’s The Moonbase. Plus an analysis of the serial’s original studio floorplans and a tribute to its designer, Colin Shaw.
- Chris Noth – Doctor Who‘s Jack Robertson talks about working with the Daleks, the art of villainy and why he’s flying the flag for the series in America.
- Apocrypha – DWM investigates The Mystery of the Marie Celeste, a story from the 1970 Dr Who Annual.
- Target Novelisations – Reviews of the new books Dalek, The Crimson Horror and The Witchfinders.
- The Fact of Fiction – analyses 2012’s Dinosaurs on a Spaceship.
- The White Dragon – The final part of the new comic-strip adventure for the Thirteenth Doctor.
- Sufficient Data – The new regular feature crunches Doctor Who’s numbers. This month: 13!
- The DWM Review, Previews, Gallifrey Guardian, Galaxy Forum, Time and Space Visualiser prize-winning competitions, and more.
Doctor Who Magazine 562
The new issue is on sale now, priced £9.99 (UK). Doctor Who Magazine 562 can be ordered from the Panini store. You can also buy the digital edition from Pocketmags or take out a subscription via the official site. You can also find it in WH Smith and all good newsagents.