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Doctor Who Magazine 484

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Category: Doctor Who Magazine

In an exclusive in-depth interview, Doctor Who‘s head writer and executive producer, Steven Moffat, reflects on last year’s series and tells DWM how the Doctor might change in the next season…

 

“We’re not bringing him back exactly as we left him, at all,” says Steven. “I think that was already evident at Christmas. He’s left some of the burden of being a superhero of the universe behind. So I’m pushing him – I’m writing quite funny this year – I’m pushing him the other way…”

 

ALSO INSIDE ISSUE 484 OF DWM…

 

Paul McGann, the Eighth Doctor, gives his opinion on Peter Capaldi’s incarnation, and how it’s changed how he thinks about the Doctor. Plus, an exclusive preview of the new Doctor Who audio series, Dark Eyes 4, including contributions from Alex Macqueen (the Master).

Bonnie Langford, who played Mel – companion to the Sixth and Seventh Doctors – in the 1980s, recalls her turbulent time on the show.

Doctor Who‘s very first director, Waris Hussein, continues his guide to the making of the classic 1964 adventure Marco Polo, with the help of unique documents unseen for more than 50 years.

Discover fascinating new facts about the 1972 Third Doctor adventure The Time Monster in The Fact of Fiction.

In a special feature, the Watcher solves the mystery of when the Doctor was first revealed not to be human.

There’s trouble in storage for Doctor and Clara in Space Invaders!, a brand-new comic strip written by Mark Wright and illustrated by Mike Collins.

Steven Moffat answer readers’ questions – and speculates about the return of the CyberBrig!

The Time Team take a side-step to watch Peter Capaldi star in the dark Doctor Who spin-off, Torchwood: Children of Earth.

Jacqueline Rayner reflects on fear and terror in Doctor Who in Relative Dimensions.

The DWM Review assesses the very latest Doctor Who audio and book releases.

The Watcher celebrates the man who played the First Doctor, William Hartnell, in the latest Wotcha!

The DWM Crossword, prize-winning competitions, official news and much more!

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TARDIS Umbrella

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Category: Clothing and Household Accessories

Folded size 40 (dia) x 240 (h) mm

 

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Cybermen and Dalek Glasses

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Category: Mugs and Glasses

Two boxed glasses

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Vienna Series 2 Box Set

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Category: Cult Series Drama

Three brand new adventures for glamorous bounty hunter Vienna Salvatori.

 

Tabula Rasa by James Goss

 

Ever woken up and can’t remember where you are? What if you couldn’t remember who you are? Or why there’s a dead body outside your door?

 

Vienna Salvatori is hunting for a killer – but can she be sure it’s not herself?

 

Underworld by Cavan Scott

 

Something bad is lurking down in the Undercity. Innocent citizens are turning on each other, baying for blood.

 

Vienna must team up with jaded cop Lieutenant Jexie Reagan. She’s never had a partner – but will either of them make through the night alive?

 

The Vienna Experience by Jonathan Morris

 

Ever wanted to experience the life of an assassin? Longed to feel the thrill of the hunt? Now is your chance to get beneath the skin of Vienna Salvatori. See what she sees. Hear what she hears.

 

And pray she never finds out.

 

Written By: James Goss, Cavan Scott and Jonathan Morris

Directed By: John Ainsworth

 

Cast

 

Chase Masterson (Vienna Salvatori), Samantha Béart (Lieutenant Jexie Reagan) Harry Ditson (Chief Doran Curtis), John Schwab (Anders), Tim Beckmann (Concierge), Duncan Wisbey (Detective Guy Wilkes), Nigel Carrington (Carlos Van Meyer), Donna Berlin (Valentine), Regina Regan (Kelsey)

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It's Even Bigger On The Inside (SIGNED)

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Category: Doctor Who Reference Books

LIMITED SIGNED COPIES

 

For over a decade Tim Quinn & Dicky Howett provided a regular comic strip Doctor Who? For Marvel Comics (now Panini) in Doctor Who Magazine.

 

For the first time all their strips are collected here, together with strips from specials, annuals and yearbooks as well as their two previously published books It’s Bigger on the Inside and The Doctor Who Fun Book.

 

Each strip has been lovingly restored and where possible scanned from the original artwork to present them, many in full colour, as never before.

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