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Cover date: 2 October 2013
Format: 20 detachable-paged partwork
Editor: Claire Lister
Publisher: GE Fabbri Ltd
DVD included: The Face of Evil

The one hundred twenty-fourth issue of the Doctor Who DVD Files - "The Ultimate Build-up Doctor Who Encyclopaedia" had a cover date of 2 October 2013.

Magazine Content Edit

Collectible loose leaf pages divided into nine categories that could be filed accordingly.

Part 94: Blockbusters!
Doctor Who's Series Seven had movies in mind.
Clara Oswald: Time Traveller
The Doctor's impossible girl had a tragic childhood.
River Song: The Doctor's Wife?
Relive the highs and lows of River's timey-wimey life.
Great Intelligence: Revenge!
This alien entity discovered the Doctor's grave.
Lieutenant Stepashin
Meet the second in command aboard the Firebird.
Doctor on Trial!
Director Chris Clough talks The Trial of a Time Lord.
Cyber Planner
This Cyber hive-mind tried to absorb the Doctor.
"Song of the Shark!"
Abigail Pettigrew sings a Christmas carol ...
The Face of Evil
The Doctors past catches up with him ...

DVD release (with cover blurb) Edit

Each issue came with a DVD release.
Reversible DVD sleeves enabled the collector to display one of two designs featuring either the Doctor and his enemies or his companions.
"Now drop your weapons or I'll kill him with this deadly jelly baby!"
Travelling alone, the Doctor arrives on {sic} planet on which a tribe called the Sevateem worship the god Xoanon. He soon discovers that Xoanon is in fact a computer that he once tried to repair but instead drove completely insane. Why is the Doctor's face carved into a mountainside? Who is the Evil One? How do the Tesh serve Xoanon? And can the Doctor persuade his new friend Leela that he doesn't eat babies?

Notable Information Edit

  • Horda are crab-like carnivorous creatures.
  • Cyber Planners are semi-sentient machines that soak up data creating a hive-mind for its populations of which have been absorbed into the Cyberiad (the Cyber race).
  • In the 1996 short story Continuity Errors, Steven Moffat first used the idea of the Doctor changing someone's past in order to get what he wanted from them. It was an idea he returned to for A Christmas Carol (2010).
  • With only three weeks before filming there was no final script for what was to become the final two episodes of The Trial of a Time Lord, hastily written by Pip and Jane Baker.
  • Some subscribers experienced a delay of receiving this issue of several months.

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