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The one hundred thirty-first issue of Doctor Who Adventures had a cover date of 3 September - 9 September 2009.

Contents Edit

Free gift Edit

  • Cover-mounted sticker sheet and set of four character photo frames.

Information / Fact File (Photo feature and Essential Info) Edit

  • TOP TEN: Coolest Who Quotes!
  • FACTFILE: Tritovores

Comic content Edit

Tales from the TARDIS Edit

The Doctor's Data (Collectable Fact File) Edit

  • None

Posters Edit

Behind the scenes Edit

Interview Edit

Additional features Edit

  • Welcome and news
Find in this issue hidden somewhere Tenth Doctor to win a Character Options 5" scale TARDIS.
  • Activity / Make-it
Make-it: Create your own Dalek Crucible
  • Puzzles and Quiz
  • Readers contributions: Time Agent Upload / Doctor You
featuring reader's letters, photos, and art.

Credits Edit

Also listing: Their favourite coolest Doctor Who quote

  • Editor: Moray Laing, Fourth Doctor: "It's the end ...But the moment has been prepared for."
  • Deputy Editor: Annabel Gibson, Donna on thwacking a Sontaran: "Back of the neck!"
  • Senior Art Editor: Paul Lang, Ninth Doctor: 'You were fantastic. And d'you know what? So was I?"
  • Art Editor: Steve Clarke, Fourth doctor: "Would you like a jelly baby?"
  • Production Editor: Liza Millett, Tenth Doctor to Rose: "I'm burning up a sun just to say goodbye."
  • Picture Editor: Shaila Bux, Donna to the lady in Leeds: "Don't get all chippy with me, Vera Duckworth. Pop your clogs on and go and feed whippets!"
  • Acting Writer: Olivia McLearon, Cassandra-Rose: "Oh my God! I'm a chav!"
  • Contributing Art Editor: Nikki Davies
  • Contributing Sub Editor Claudia Dudman
  • Communications Officer: Sky Silvestry, "The square root of pi is 1.77245385090551602729816748..."

Hidden Away / Facts Edit

  • This magazine can be recycled: Or ask your local Dalek to exterminate it.
  • Carmen: "I predict we'll have chops for tea's my Lou's turn to cook."
  • The Tritovores wanted to trade with San Helios but when they got there it was reduced to sand.
  • The Human-Daleks were brought to life with a blast of gamma radiation from a lightning strike.
  • Karen Gillan was one of a handful of actor/actresses lucky enough to film in Italy in 2007 on the set used by the BBC drama Rome, along with David Tennant and Catherine Tate.

Additional details Edit

  • The subscription offer for this issue with a saving of 40%, over £18 (UK) - no free gift is offered to subscribers.
  • This issue had a cover price of £2.10 (UK) and the free gift was cover mounted.
  • Next issue's free gift is promoted as a mystery monster stationery set!

External link Edit

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