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DWA 44
DWA 044
Cover date: 6 December12 December 2007
Format: 36 full colour pages stapled
Editor: Moray Laing
Publisher: BBC Magazines
DWA 43
DWA 45

The forty-fourth issue of Doctor Who Adventures had a cover date of 6 December - 12 December 2007.

Contents Edit

Free gift Edit

  • A card mounted set including 2 pin badges (TARDIS and Dalek), Toclafane themed mini maze, and small set of holographic stickers.

Fact File (Photo feature and Essential Info) Edit

Comic content Edit

Tales from the TARDIS Edit

The Doctor's Data (Collectable Fact File) Edit

Adventure Guide / Doctor Who Confidential Edit

Posters Edit

Additional features Edit

  • Welcome (including latest news/ preview teaser)
  • Who News (The Vortex)
Humour: Things to do with a defeated enemy take a Werewolf to dog training classes along with K9! (by Christopher Cooper)
Find in this issue hidden somewhere the Graske to win a Doctor Who Go Glow night light torch!
  • Monster Gallery / Time Agent Upload
featuring reader's letters, photos, and art.
  • Puzzle Pages
  • Quiz: The Racnoss
  • Who Knows (Questions and Answers)
  • Competition Goodies: Doctor Who Collected Stories Set, Pirateology board game and a PS2 with Mr Bean goodies

Credits Edit

Also listing: where they would go, past or future?

Hidden Away / Facts Edit

  • This magazine can be recycled: "or the Toclafane will be after you!"
  • Jackie Tyler: "Oh, don't mind me love, I'm just filling in for Frau Clovis while she waits in for the gas man. I'll take your entries."
  • The silently moving Robot Santas hire themselves out to the highest bidder.
  • A poll carried out by CBBC Newsround / The Children's Society voted 1 in 4 for David Tenant as a famous person who would make a good teacher.
  • The Werewolf is really a lupine-wavelenth-haemoviform.
  • Totally Doctor Who presenter Barney Harwood did the posh control voice used in The Infinite Quest.
  • Doctor Who was first broadcast on Christmas Day in 1965.
  • The original Cybermen came from the Earth's twin planet, Mondas.
  • The Judoon have a "great big lung reserve".

Additional details Edit

  • This issue's comic strip features the first monster to return: the Klytode that featured in the comic strip The Snag Finders (DWA 26 and DWA 27).
  • Published every two weeks on a Thursday, this issue had a cover price of £2.10 (UK).
  • The subscription offer for this issue was a saving of over £9 (UK). No other incentive is offered.
  • This issue's free gift was not bagged with the set selotaped to the cover.
  • Next issue is a bumper forty-eight pages (available in two covers), priced at £2.99 (UK) and free gifts include two monster face marks, TARDIS key ring, pencil and pencil topper, holographic stickers and a cool 2008 calendar.

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