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|Cover date:||11 March 2009|
|Format:||20 detachable-paged partwork|
|Publisher:||GE Fabbri Ltd|
|DVDs included:||The Empty Child , The Doctor Dances|
Collectable loose leaf pages divided into seven categories that could be filed accordingly.
- New Friends, Old Enemies
- The Eighth Doctor
- Possessed Ood
- Behind the Scenes (fold-out)
- Back to the Drawing Board: Interview with concept artist Peter McKinstry
- Technology (fold-out)
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.
- "Are you my mummy?"
- Following a canister falling through time leads the Ninth Doctor and Rose to war-torn London in 1941. Soon separated, the Doctor finds himself on the trail of a lost little boy who is causing a strange plague, while Rose is saved from an air-raid by the dashing Captain Jack Harkness, a time traveller from the 51st century!
- "You'll find your feet at the end of your legs. You may care to move them."
- Time is running out for the Ninth Doctor as he tries to solve the mystery of the gas mask-wearing little boy. As more and more people become infected by the alien plague, the Doctor locates the canister that's fallen through time — but will he find the answer to the boy's heart-wrenching plea: "Are you my mummy?"
Notable information Edit
- The episode The Doctor Dances was originally going to be called Captain Jax, and it would have been revealed that Jack was an alien and this was his real name!
- Also in the first draft of the script there was no Chula ambulance and the crashed object was Jack's own ship time-looped from the future.
- Paul McGann's brother Mark also auditioned for the role of the Eighth Doctor!
- At one stage the Ood were going to be in the series three episode 42, where they were to be possessed again.
- Writer Steven Moffat got the word Chula from a restaurant in London.
- Time Agents were first mentioned in The Talons of Weng-Chiang.
- The Tomb of the Cybermen was the first story to feature a Cyber Controller.
- 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: Gary Gillatt, Jason Loborik, Jacqueline Rayner and Eddie Robson.
- Illustrators for this part work included Tom Connell, Nick Foreman, Carl Lyons, Lee Sullivan, Peter McKinstry and Paul Williams.
Additional notes Edit
- Subscribers received with this issue a DVD storage holder.
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.