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Vworp Vworp Volume 3

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Category: Dr Who Magazine Specials

We’ve got a whole host of articles and strips celebrating the legendary Dalek strip in TV Century 21 and its close cousins, the stories and strips in the various Dalek annuals; featured across a whopping volume of 208 pages.


Prolific science fiction author STEPHEN BAXTER (The Massacre of Mankind; Doctor Who: The Wheel of Ice), together with ALAN STEVENS and FIONA MOORE (authors of The Unofficial and Unauthorised Guides to Blake’s 7/The Prisoner/Battlestar Galactica), lead us through an in-depth analysis of these extraordinary Dalek adventures


We profile the artists, RICHARD JENNINGS, ERIC EDEN and RON TURNER; while Tat Wood puts the strips in context with a detailed examination of Dalekmania in general; horror author STEPHEN LAWS and Doctor Who historian JEREMY BENTHAM remember growing up during those exciting years; plus MATTHEW SWEET on TV Comic and DAVID QUANTICK reflecting on canon.


Our celebration is rounded off by a brand new comic strip providing a bittersweet coda to TV Century 21’s Robot Agent 2K from writer TIM QUINN and artist TIM KEABLE.


Doctor Who The Essential Guide: Robots

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Category: Dr Who Magazine Specials

Robots have been an essential part of Doctor Who for six decades. The latest issue of Panini's lavish Doctor Who bookazine includes features on classic robot stories such as 'Galaxy 4,' 'Pyramids of Mars,' and 'The Robots of Death.' Other highlights include interviews with the actors, writers and directors who helped to create some of these episodes. Packed with exclusive content and rare images, this 116-page bookazine will be a must-have for fans in the days leading up to the new series of Doctor Who.


10th Doctor TARDIS Electronic Playset

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Category: Doctor Who Toys and Collectibles

Motorised time column with pulsating lights

Illuminated console with 6 control buttons

Removable floor panels and flip up console panel

12 great sound and light effects

Assembled size over 60cm wide


Jaunt: An Unofficial Guide to The Tomorrow People

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Category: Cult Titles

An unofficial guide to The Tomorrow People


JAUNT! - by Andy Davidson

Shape-changing robots, military masterminds, ITV technicians.  It's a deadly universe out there, but the Tomorrow People are here to help.

The Tomorrow People are man’s next step up the evolutionary ladder…Homo Superior.  From their secret base deep below the streets of London, they offer hope for a better future for the human race as members of the all-powerful Galactic Federation.

The Tomorrow People is the bête noire of cult television.  Regarded unfairly by many as a rival to the BBC’s Doctor Who, it inevitably comes off worse in comparison to its bigger budget, mainstream opponent.  The Tomorrow People was made by the children’s department of Thames Television, a company which really didn’t have all that much experience of making sci fi drama.  

The Tomorrow People is a staggeringly ambitious children’s adventure with a deeply philosophical foundation.  But it was produced by a team beset by inexperience, roller-coaster budgets and a decade of industrial tension which culminated in the total shut-down of ITV.  The result was a programme that was as good as it was almost in spite of itself.

For every bold political statement, there’s an alien commander who looks like a Tiki glass.  For every beautifully realised space battle there’s a plastic cup sprayed silver and glued onto a mop handle.  The Tomorrow People giveth with Geoffrey Bayldon, Michael Sheard, Trevor Bannister and it taketh away with Ali Bongo, an alien boy channelling Douglas Bader and Ray Burdis, twice.  

Jaunt follows the adventures of the Tomorrow People from their origins in a forgotten era of children’s programming to a publishing phenomenon, where the show and its stars were front page news.  It rejoins the Tomorrow People in the 1990s for some light-hearted Avengers action and returns once more a decade later as a series of bold, challenging audio plays.  Homo Superior has been with us for forty years and Jaunt chronicles the phenomenon that is again preparing to return to our screens in a big-budget US adaptation.

Jaunt features exclusive interviews with series creator Roger Price, producer Ruth Boswell and the Tomorrow People themselves; Nicholas Young, Peter Vaughan Clarke, Elizabeth Adare, Mike Holoway and Misako Koba.  

With an introduction from Roger Price Jaunt also features the complete script of the lost series nine adventures Mystery Moon and tells the previously untold story of the plans to continue the Big Finish Tomorrow People audio adventures.


Doctor Who Magazine 509

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Category: Doctor Who Magazine

This issue of Doctor Who Magazine pays tribute to Sir John Hurt aka the War Doctor, who passed away in January. David Tennant, David Warner and Louise Jameson are among those who celebrate a career spanning Alien to Z Cars, with Steven Moffat observing:

It doesn’t need saying – John Hurt was one of the greatest actors who ever lived. That’s not even controversial, that’s just a fact. I only met him a handful of times, but I can confirm the other thing that everyone else has been saying about him: he was also incredibly nice. Now, nice doesn’t seem like much of compliment, but you have to remember that this man was, quite rightly, worshipped by everyone he met. Worship has been known to go to people’s heads – but not John’s. If a man can remain humble and kind and warm as the world basically genuflects around him, then that is no ordinary man. The Doctor would be proud to be John Hurt – and for one very special day, he was.





DAVID TENNANT INTERVIEW - David Tennant shares warm memories of working with John Hurt on 2013’s The Day of the Doctor.

STRONG TO THE FINISH - John Hurt’s Big Finish colleagues pay tribute to him – a special interview with Nicholas Briggs, Jason Haigh-Ellery and David Richardson.

ASK STEVEN MOFFAT - Showrunner Steven Moffat answers readers’ burning questions.

RICHARD AND THE DOCTOR - DWM speaks Comic Relief’s co-founder Richard Curtis about his role in 1999’s The Curse of Fatal Death and writing 2010’s Vincent and the Doctor.

WHO CREATED DOCTOR WHO? Coinciding with the 100th anniversary of Sydney Newman's birth, a feature on how he was frustrated in his attempts to be officially recognised as Doctor Who’s creator.

HOME TAPING - What did fans do before the days of home video releases? Before DVD, Blu-ray and digital downloads? DWM follows the story of preserving off-air copies of Doctor Who.

DRAMATIC FX - We examine how the visual effects of 1977’s The Invisible Enemy were achieved on a miniscule budget.

DOORWAY TO HELL - The original Master is up to no good in Part Three of our brand-new comic strip, written by Mark Wright and illustrated by Staz Johnson.

DAY OF THE MOON - The Doctor and his companions lead a revolution against the memory-erasing Silence in this issue’s Time Team.

VWORP VWORP! - We chat to the creators of Vworp Vworp as they release Volume 3 of their Doctor Who fanzine.

REVIEWS - DWM reviews the latest book, audio and DVD releases in the world of Doctor Who.

COMING SOON - Previews of all the latest Doctor Who CD and book releases.


PLUS! All the latest official news, competitions, the DWM crossword, and more!


Greetings Card: Where is K9?

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Category: Greeting Cards

Greetings card with envelope.

Blank inside for you to add your own message


Greetings Card: Would You Like A Jelly Baby?

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Category: Greeting Cards

Greetings card with envelope.

Blank inside for you to add your own message


Twelfth Doctor Sonic Screwdriver

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Category: Doctor Who Toys and Collectibles

The Doctor has carried many Sonic Screwdrivers of various designs throughout his lifetimes, ranging from a simple silver coloured tube to more complex illuminated and articulated versions. This multipurpose tool features numerous settings and can open most locks, detect all manner of deadly rays, read bio-signs and generate sonic waves of great power. This second sonic was ‘gifted' to the Twelfth Doctor by the TARDIS itself after his previous version was lost to him. Being Gallifreyan technology, like the TARDIS itself, It features new abilities, many of which are yet to be revealed, and like the Doctor himself, it has become ever more complex and mysterious. This toy version is a faithful recreation of the current Twelfth Doctors Sonic Screwdriver which debuted in the Series 9 Episode ‘Hell Bent’. Its features Includes static, flashing & chase light modes and four sound FX. For Ages 5 years plus.


This Sonic features static, flashing & chase light modes and four sound FX.

Replica of the Doctor’s trusty Sonic Device.

This toy version replicates the Twelfth Doctors Sonic which debuted in the Series 9 Episode ‘Hell Bent’.

Requires 3 x AG13/LR44 button cell batteries.


5.5 Action figure: 10th Doctor in Tuxedo

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Category: Doctor Who Action Figures and Sets

Fully articulated figure with Sonic Screwdriver accessory.

In collector style packaging


5.5" Action Figure: 12th Doctor with Hoodie and Black Jumper

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Category: Doctor Who Action Figures and Sets

Fully articulated action figure with Sonic Screwdriver accessory.

In collector packaging


5.5" Action Figure: 12th Doctor with Check Trousers, Hoodie and T-Shirt

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Category: Doctor Who Action Figures and Sets

Fully articulated figure with Sonic Screwdriver accessory.

In collector packaging



The Black Archive 09: The God Complex

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Category: Black Archive, The

The Black Archive – a series of book-length looks at single Doctor Who stories from 1963 to the present day

‘Why is it up to you to save us? That’s quite a God complex you have there.’


Drawing deftly on sources from the Theseus myth to Nineteen Eighty-Four and The Shining, The God Complex (2011) expands a one-line brief about a shifting, labyrinthine hotel into a tragic commentary on the Doctor’s fallibility and Amy’s misplaced faith. Unsettling, disorientating and frankly terrifying, Toby Whithouse’s story considers fear, belief and the series’ fundamental question: Who is the Doctor? Is he a hero, or simply ‘a madman in a box’?


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