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    Doctor Who Magazine: Issue 529
    Sunday, 26 August, 2018 - Reported by Marcus


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    This month's Doctor Who Magazine talks to Mandip Gill and Tosin Cole, who play companions Yasmin and Ryan in Series 11.


    Also in this issue...
    • FREE POSTER A double-sided poster featuring the Thirteenth Doctor, Graham, Ryan and Yasmin.
    • SERIES 11 NEWS Interviews with the writers and directors of Series 11, with an introduction from showrunner Chris Chibnall.
    • ROY SCAMMELL The film and TV stuntman discusses his unforgettable contributions to the series in the 1970s.
    • DON HARPER The life and career of the composer whose score for The Invasion is about to be released.
    • LISA BOWERMAN The actress who has played Bernice Summerfield for 20 years answers questions from the TARDIS tin.
    • ALAN BENNION A tribute to the actor who played three Ice Warriors in 1960s and 70s Doctor Who.
    • TIME OF THE DALEKS Inside Gale Force 9, the company behind the latest Doctor Who board game.
    • THE CLOCKWISE WAR Part Six of this comic strip adventure featuring the Doctor and Bill.
    • THE TIME TEAM The reviewers watch three pseudo-historical stories: The Time Warrior, The Talons of Weng-Chiang and Thin Ice.
    • THE FACT OF FICTION In-depth analysis of the 2013 Eleventh Doctor story Hide.
    • COSPLAY Australian comedian Rob Lloyd explains how he creates his Third Doctor look on a budget.


    PLUS... The Blogs of Doom, previews, reviews, news, prize-winning competitions and much, much more!

    Doctor Who Magazine 529 is on sale now, price £5.99.
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    Titan Reveals Thirteenth Doctor Comic Launch Details
    Tuesday, 28 August, 2018 - Reported by Marcus


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    Titan Comics
    and BBC Studios have revealed launch details for Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor #1

    The new comic featuring the Thirteenth Doctor will feature variants from leading artists including Babs Tarr (Batgirl, Motor Crush), Sarah Graley (Rick and Morty), Katie Cook (Adventure Time), Ariela Kristantina (Mata Hari), and Paulina Ganucheau (Zodiac Starforce).

    This Autumn, join the Thirteenth Doctor in a fresh new series of comic adventures, featuring an array of new faces - including the Doctor herself. Taking control of the TARDIS for this regeneration is an amazing new team: Eisner-nominated writer Jody Houser (Stranger Things, Mother Panic, Faith, Spider-Man), illustrator Rachael Stott (Doctor Who, Motherlands), and colorist Enrica Angiolini (Warhammer 40,000).

    The new comic series sees the Doctor return in her most thrilling incarnation yet – played by Jodie Whittaker (Broadchurch) - and travels the cosmos with three brand new friends: Graham (played by Bradley Walsh), Yasmin (Mandip Gill), and Ryan (Tosin Cole). Readers can look forward to experiencing mind-blowing challenges and dynamic stories through space and time in the pages of the upcoming new comic series.

    Writer Jody Houser said

    I love the hope of Doctor Who. Anyone can have an adventure. No matter how old you are, there are still amazing things to discover in the universe. Exploring what makes our new Doctor tick, and what makes this regeneration unique as compared to the previous incarnations, is what I’m really looking forward to doing in the new series.

    Titan’s is celebrating this debut issue by launching thirteen variant covers, including art covers by Doctor Who fan-favorite artist Alice X. Zhang, series artist Rachael Stott, Babs Tarr (Batgirl, Motor Crush), Sanya Anwar (Assassin’s Creed), Paulina Ganucheau (Zodiac Starforce), Sarah Graley (Rick and Morty), Ariela Kristantina (Mata Hari) and Katie Cook (Adventure Time).

    Plus, a photo cover, a cosplay variant and a Doctor Puppet variant by Alisa Stern – creator of the Doctor Puppet Youtube series.

    Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor #2 will feature covers by Paulina Ganucheau and Rachael Stott, as well as a photo cover.

    Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor #1 is part of Titan Comics' larger plans for the Thirteenth Doctor in 2018, including; Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor Vol. 0 – which sees the Doctor relive memories from her many incarnations, showcasing unseen adventures from EVERY version of the Doctor; and Doctor Who Comics Day on November 24 – where fans and stores unite to celebrate everything Doctor Who.

    Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor #1 is released this Autumn.


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    Can anyone tell me what 6th Doctor episodes are a part of the The Trial of a Time Lord boxset?


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    Quote Originally Posted by planet_tv View Post
    Can anyone tell me what 6th Doctor episodes are a part of the The Trial of a Time Lord boxset?
    The Trial of a Time Lord is made up of 14 Parts.

    Parts 1-4 are a.k.a. The Mysterious Planet.

    Parts 5-8 are a.k.a. Mindwarp.

    Parts 9-12 are a.k.a. Terror of the Vervoids.

    Parts 13-14 are a.k.a. The Ultimate Foe. I hope that helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan View Post
    The Trial of a Time Lord is made up of 14 Parts.

    Parts 1-4 are a.k.a. The Mysterious Planet.

    Parts 5-8 are a.k.a. [I]Mindwarp[/i].

    Parts 9-12 are a.k.a. Terror of the Vervoids.

    Parts 13-14 are a.k.a. The Ultimate Foe. I hope that helps.
    That helps. Thank you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by planet_tv View Post
    That helps. Thank you.
    You're very welcome.
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    Doctor Who Magazine 530
    Tuesday, 18 September, 2018 - Reported byMarcus


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    Doctor Who Magazine 530 features an exclusive interview with Jodie Whittaker, plus previews of her first two episodes.

    DWM meets Whittaker on the set of the new seriesI don’t ever forget what I’m a part of because Doctor Who’s been around much longer than I have, But every part of this experience is to make it my own.
    Also in this issue...
    • CHRIS CHIBNALL The latest update from Doctor Who’s showrunner.
    • WHO’S CREW Meet the team responsible for bringing the new series to our screens.
    • MATT BERRY He’s best known for his sitcom appearances, but Matt Berry is reinterpreting the Doctor Who theme for his new record.
    • TARDIS EVOLUTION Secrets of the TARDIS control room revealed!
    • COSPLAYA meticulous recreation of the torn coat worn by the Twelfth and Thirteenth Doctors in Twice Upon a Time and The Woman Who Fell to Earth.
    • THE SEVATEEM An interview with Christian Erickson, whose new concept album is inspired by The Caves of Androzani.
    • THE CLOCKWISE WAR The Twelfth Doctor’s final DWM strip adventure comes to a shattering conclusion.
    • THE TIME TEAM The Time Team watches four very different episodes in an effort to discover what the First Doctor was really like.
    • THE FACT OF FICTION In-depth analysis of the 2006 Tenth Doctor story School Reunion.


    PLUS...The Blogs of Doom, reviews, news and a huge prize-winning competition.



    Deluxe Edition


    A deluxe edition of this issue is also available, exclusive to WHSmith. As well as the regular edition, it includes:
    • SERIES 11 GUIDE featuring new interviews with Jodie Whittaker, Bradley Walsh, Tosin Cole and Mandip Gill
    • DOCTOR WHO CD from Big Finish
    • FOUR DOUBLE-SIDED ART CARDS of the Doctor, Graham, Ryan and Yasmin
    • A MASSIVE, DOUBLE-SIDED POSTER featuring scenes from the new series
    • FOUR DOCTOR WHO DOWNLOADS from Big Finish and BBC Audio

    Doctor Who Magazine 530 is on sale 20 September. Regular edition £5.99, deluxe edition £9.99.
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    New Thirteenth Doctor Books
    Friday, 21 September, 2018 - Reported by Marcus


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    BBC Books have revealed the covers for three brand new Doctor Who adventures this autumn…

    The Good Doctor by Juno Dawson

    An original novel featuring the Thirteenth Doctor as played by Jodie Whittaker, with hernew friends, Yasmin, Ryan and Graham

    For a Good Doctor there's only one rule: first do no harm.

    Juno Dawson is the international bestsellingauthor of ten titles for young adults. She is a columnist at Glamour UK, Attitude Magazine and a key LGBTQ activist with Stonewall.

    Molten Heart by Una McCormack

    An original novel featuring the Thirteenth Doctor as played by Jodie Whittaker, with her new friends, Yasmin, Ryan and Graham

    You never know what you’ll find beneath the surface.

    Una McCormack is a New York Times best selling author. She has written two Doctor Who novels featuring the Eleventh Doctor, Amy and Rory: The King's Dragon and The Way Through the Woods.

    Combat Magicks by Steve Cole

    An original novel featuring the Thirteenth Doctor as played by Jodie Whittaker, with her new friends Yasmin, Ryan and Graham

    How do you win a battle when the dead fight on?

    Steve Cole is a best-selling original comedy, fantasy and adventure writer, Steve’s work includes a broad range of books, most recently the Secret Agent Mummy series for younger readers, Stop Those Monsters! Much in demand for his energetic performances at events, Steve has featured at sci-fi and Doctor Who conventions from London to Los Angeles.
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    The Unofficial Dr Who Annual 1972
    Tuesday, 25 September, 2018 - Reported by Marcus


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    Fan project The Unofficial Dr Who Annual 1972 is to be published in February 2019 with a host of star names involved.

    Katy Manning, John Levene, Mike Tucker and Alister Pearson have all contributed to the publication, joining a large number of Doctor Who fan writers and artists.

    And in a further scoop, Wayne Howarth – the son of Walter Howarth, who was the main illustrator on some of the original annuals – has also lent his artistic skills to the book.

    Announced on Doctor Who News late last year with an appeal for contributors, this homage to the World Distributors-produced annuals of the 1970s will be a physical publication packed with stories, puzzles and features, and is intended to fill the gap when – to fans’ great surprise and disappointment – a Doctor Who annual wasn’t published in the autumn of 1971, following Jon Pertwee’s second season in the title role.

    Had one come out then, it would have seen Katy Manning’s companion character Jo Grant – who burst into the Doctor’s life on TV in January that year– featured in annual form for the first time. Instead, her inaugural annual appearance happened the following autumn, in 1972, when World Distributors, which began publishing the official Doctor Who annuals in autumn 1965,resumed their production with an annual for 1973 – the first time the cover borean identifying year. The Manchester-based publisher continued bringing out the annuals until autumn 1985.

    Terraqueous Distributors, publishers of The Unofficial Dr Who Annual 1972,said:
    We’re incredibly excited by it. As fans of the original annuals, this has been a dream of ours for many years. Everyone has worked hard to emulate and evoke the style, tone and quirkiness of the 1970s annuals. We are so fortunate to have had the kindness and support from all those who have contributed.

    Over the years, the programme has been a great inspiration to all of the fans involved in the project, which shows in the talent and creativeness of the material submitted – and it’s only natural that the fans would want to give something back. We’ve been absolutely knocked out by the support from the fan community.

    There is so much talent in this fan project that we are convinced The Unofficial Dr Who Annual 1972 will be a springboard for many of those involved. “This is a labour of love by enthusiasts. No-one has been paid for their work. Their support and kindness have been overwhelming.

    The project was launched last September and it was initially hoped that the annual would be published this year, but it has been a monumental task and of course people have only been able to work on it in their spare time, so the publication date has unavoidably spilled over into 2019.

    However, we think it’s going to be well worth the wait – at last, that niggling gap on Doctor Who fans’ bookshelves is going to be plugged, putting right a very long-standing wrong!

    The price of the annual will be determined nearer the time, when the precise date of publication and details of how it can be bought will also be announced.

    A Facebook page for the project has been set up.
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    The Thirteenth Doctor - Volume 0
    Wednesday, 26 September, 2018 - Reported byMarcus

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    Doctor Who returns to television screens next month, and to mark this long-awaited event, Titan Comics are publishing The Thirteenth Doctor Vol. 0, the ultimate celebration of The Doctor’s many, many lives and a special primer ahead of Titan’s new ongoing Thirteenth Doctor comic book series this autumn.

    It's said that your life flashes before your eyes when you die: as the Doctor regenerates from his Twelfth incarnation to her Thirteenth, she relives memories from her many lives, showcasing unseen adventures from EVERY version of the Doctor.

    Written by award-winning Doctor Who alumni Richard Dinnick and illustrated by Giorgia Sposito (Independence Day, Charmed, Wonderland) amongst a host of fantastic artists including fan-favorite Mariano Laclaustra, this is a perfect beginner's guide and a brilliant tribute for long-term fans to enjoy.

    Thirteenth Doctor - Volume 0

    Writer: Richard Dinnick
    Artist: Giorgia Sposito, Mariano Laclaustra and various
    Cover: Claudia Iannicello

    They say that before you die, your life flashes before your eyes...and the Doctor has lived a lot of lives!

    The ultimate Doctor Who celebration, a perfect beginner's guide and abrilliant tribute for long-term fans! As the Doctor regenerates into her Thirteenth form, she relives unseen adventures from every single one of her past lives – with a host of brilliant artists including Giorgia Sposito and Claudia Ianniciello!
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    Radio Times Cover
    Tuesday, 02 October, 2018 - Reported by Marcus


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    This week's Radio Times features the Thirteenth Doctor, in the person of Jodie Whittaker, who makes her full debut on screens around the world next Sunday.

    It's the second Cover as The Doctor for the actress, who featured on the 21st July edition

    Inside Whittaker talks about how nervous she was about playing one of the most intelligent characters on TV, and her hopes that the debate on casting women in traditionally male roles will soon be redundant.

    I truly hope that in a couple of years casting a woman in a traditionally male role won’t be so exciting – because when it’s not celebrated, it will mean it’s no longer unusual to have this sort of parity. I’m always asked, ‘Do you think James Bond should now be a woman?’ But that’s not the conversation. It’s really – ‘Should every point of view be the same?’ And the answer is no. Stories shouldn’t always be told from the same perspective. It’s a mistake to think that the only heroes are white men.

    Whittaker says the rock band Coldplay helped inspire her costume.

    I really love the use of colour on Coldplay album covers…Which is where the rainbow came in – nothing evokes a sense of hope in me more than hundreds of rainbows!


    Doctor Who returns on Sunday 7th October, showing on BBC One at 6.45pm

    Radio Times is now on sale in the United Kingdom.
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    I saw this on IMDB:
    IMDb TV - The Doctor Through the Years - IMDb

    I guess they posted it in preparation for the new season/series.


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    https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-r...e-sexist-1970s

    These are now for sale but the fun police are complaining

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coco Pops View Post
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    These are now for sale but the fun police are complaining
    I think people just complain about anything anymore. What could possibly be sexist about that doll? It looks great and it is a doll. I might buy 10 just because. I did have to laugh at the first persons comment on that page.

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    Personally, I think Jodie should complain. That doll's a very poor likeness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coco Pops View Post
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    These are now for sale but the fun police are complaining
    Quote Originally Posted by gatechick View Post
    I think people just complain about anything anymore. What could possibly be sexist about that doll? It looks great and it is a doll. I might buy 10 just because. I did have to laugh at the first persons comment on that page.
    Quote Originally Posted by BruTak View Post
    Personally, I think Jodie should complain. That doll's a very poor likeness.
    I think the doll is great! They've captured the clothing perfectly! As for it being Jodie...I don't think it is meant to be. I think it's actually supposed to be Barbie cosplaying as Jodie as The Doctor so I can forgive it for not looking like lead actor of our favourite show. It's Barbie playing dress up.
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    Doctor Who: Thirteenth Doctor #1
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    Next week sees the hotly-anticipated release of the comic Doctor Who: Thirteenth Doctor #1 from Titan

    Taking control of the TARDIS for this regeneration is a new team: Eisner-nominated writer Jody Houser (Stranger Things, Mother Panic, Faith, Spider-Man), illustrator Rachael Stott (Doctor Who, Motherlands), and colourist Enrica Angiolini (Warhammer 40,000).

    Titan’s new comic series sees the Doctor played by Jodie Whittaker, traveling the cosmos with three brand new friends: Graham (played by Bradley Walsh), Yasmin (Mandip Gill), and Ryan (Tosin Cole).

    The comic is released on 7 November 2018

    Doctor Who: Thirteenth Doctor #1

    Writer: Jody Houser
    Artist: Rachael Stott
    Colourist: Enrica Eren Angiolini


    Experience mind-blowing challenges and dynamic adventures through time and space - right alongside the Doctor and her friends!

    A new series for a new era on the TARDIS, from a creative team of astounding women - Eisner-nominated writer Jody Houser (Faith, Mother Panic, Star Wars: Rogue One, Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows, Orphan Black), art by Rachael Stott (Doctor Who, Motherlands, Star Trek/Planet of the Apes) and colors from Enrica Angiolini (Shades of Magic)!





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    The Paternoster Gang return for Big Finish
    Monday, 05 November, 2018 - Reported by Marcus


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    Audio producer Big Finish is to bring back The Paternoster Gang for a new series of audio adventures

    Neve McIntosh, Catrin Stewart and Dan Starkey return as Madame Vastra, Jenny and Strax the Sontaran for their own adventures in The Paternoster Gang – Heritage.

    Set during the Victorian London of the Twelfth Doctor’s era, the Paternoster Gang have finally been reunited. The much-loved characters from the Steven Moffat era of Doctor Who will return next year in a new set of audios from Big Finish Productions made in association with BBC Studios.

    They’ll be facing the first electronic automated cars in London (very ahead of their time), hordes of zombies, and ghost-like figures which are haunting Greenwich before their former selves have died.

    Plus they’ll have to cope with the capers of the Bloomsbury bunch! This intergalactic alien trio, comprising a Sontaran couple and their Silurian female servant, will be causing trouble in London – and this town isn’t big enough for two extraterrestrial gangs.

    The first adventure for the Paternoster Gang is being released as part of The 8th of March celebratory box set. Following this, four volumes, each containing three adventures, are coming out in 2019 and 2020, kicking off with volume one, Heritage, being released in April:


    • 1.1 The Cars that ate London by Jonathan Morris
    • 1.2 A Photograph to Remember by Roy Gill
    • 1.3 The Ghosts of Greenwich by Paul Morris





    Dan Starkey, who plays Sontaran butler Strax, told us about the gangs triumphant return
    Remain calm, human scum! Strax need no longer sulk and polish his grenades! It'll be a pleasure to get the gang back together: Big Finish listeners can be assured that we'll be in full prosthetics and restrictive Victorian tailoring in studio to get right back into the Paternoster Row vibe! Can't wait to get started!

    Neve McIntosh, who plays Madame Vastra, says
    At last our fans will get more adventures with The Paternoster Gang and will find out more about how we came to be!

    The Paternoster Gang Volumes 1-4 are available for pre-order now ahead of their release in April 2019, October 2019, March 2020 and October 2020, at £25 on CD or £20 on download each from bigfinish.com and will remain at this price until general release when they will be available for £30 on CD or £25 on download each.

    Each box set will consist of three audio adventures plus an additional disc of extras.
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    November 14th, 2018
    Doctor Who Magazine Issue 532

    http://merchandise.thedoctorwhosite....ine-issue-532/

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