Collectable loose leaf pages divided into seven categories that could be filed accordingly.
- The Journey Begins
- The Ninth Doctor
DVD release (with cover blurb) Edit
- Each issue came with a DVD release covering two episodes.
- Reversible DVD sleeves enabled the collector to display one of two designs featuring either the Doctor and his enemies or his companions.
- "I could save the world but lose you..."
- Rose and the Doctor discover the Slitheen — a criminal family from the planet Raxacoricofallapatorius — are behind the alien spaceship ending up in the River Thames. But why fake a crash landing? And just how can the Doctor and Rose escape the Slitheen-infested trap of 10 Downing Street and save the Earth?
- "I am alone in the Universe."
- The Doctor thinks he is the only survivor of the Time War, doomed to live with being the last of his kind. But a mile below ground the Doctor comes face to face with the Time Lords' greatest enemy, a Dalek, the most ruthless creature in the universe. But it's chained up and weakened — until Rose takes pity on it, and then all hell breaks loose!
Notable information Edit
- The three Slitheen actors (Paul Kasey, Elizabeth Frost and Alan Ruscoe) also played Autons in Rose.
- The HMS Taurean was used to launch the missiles that attacked 10 Downing Street.
- "Buffalo" is a password for the UNIT website.
- The sonic screwdiver first appeared in Fury from the Deep in 1968.
- The Sixth Doctor carried a sonic lance.
- Project Manager: Ben Robinson
- Group Editor: Claire Lister
- Art Editor: James King
- Designer: Carly Giles
- Writers/Sub-Editors: Neill Corry and Kieran Grant
- Contributing Writer: David Bailey, Gary Gillatt, Jason Loborik and Jacqueline Rayner.
- Illustrators for this part work included Tom Connell, Nick Foreman, Carl Lyons, Lee Sullivan, Peter McKinstry and Paul Williams.
Additional notes Edit
- This issue came with a free set of seven Doctor Who file dividers to help organise pages.
Online content Edit
- The supporting website  gave online subscribers unlimited access to the magazine content as they were released (and the Doctor Who: Battles in Time comic strip pages). Subscription cost £3 per month or £25 per year.
- The supporting website also offered online games, downloads, wallpapers, and other content.