It’s finally here, and the moment has been prepared for! Doctor Who Magazine 570 dives into the upcoming six part epic Flux!
Doctor Who returns to our screens in just a couple of weeks. And with Series 13 kicking off on the 31st of October, Doctor Who Magazine is on hand with everything Flux. Go behind the scenes of the new six-parter with exclusive interviews, and take a look at some of the returning monsters. Plus, the comic strip is back with a brand new adventure for the Thirteenth Doctor and Yaz! And that’s not all, this bumper pack also includes art cards, a TARDIS diorama, a bonus magazine and more!
Highlights this issue include:
- Inside Series 13 – Behind this scenes on Flux, the epic six-parter starting this Hallowe’en, including new interviews with Jodie Whittaker and Chris Chibnall
- Jacob Anderson – Interview with the actor who plays new recurring character Vinder
- Ray Holman – The costume designer extraordinaire discusses redesigning an old foe
- Danny Marie Elias – Meet the woman behind the monsters – prosthetics designer Danny Marie Elias
- Back With a Bang – Doctor Who’s back on TV!
- The Fact of Fiction – Ahead of their return in Series 13, a look back at the Weeping Angels’ debut: Blink
- Collecting the Thirteenth Doctor – The merchandise of the Whittaker Era
- The Forest Bride Part 1 – The famous DWM comic strip returns with a new adventure for the Thirteenth Doctor!
As well as your usual copy of DWM, this issue comes with a set of special extras…
- 28-page bonus mag on the making of Series 12
- TARDIS Diorama
- Four Art Cards
- Big Finish download
Also in the issue:
- Alvin Rakoff – Widower of Jacqueline Hill (Barbara Wright)
- Tony Selby – Tribute to the late actor who played Sabalom Glitz opposite the Sixth and Seventh Doctors
- Apocrypha – Remembering Storm Warning, Paul McGann’s first return to the role of the Doctor
Doctor Who Magazine 570
The new issue is on sale from Thursday the 14th of October, priced £9.99 (UK). Doctor Who Magazine 570 can be ordered from the Panini store. You can also buy the digital edition from Pocketmags (£4.99) or take out a subscription via the official site. You can also find it in WH Smith and all good newsagents.