Magazine content Edit
Collectable loose leaf pages divided into seven categories that could be filed accordingly.
- Dorium Maldovar
- Meet one of the Doctor's dogiest friends ...
- Rory Williams: The Lone Centurion
- Amy's mild-mannered husband had an alter ego.
- The Second
- This Time Lord Chancellor went along with genocide ...
- Meet this dangerous beast that fed on faith.
- Into the Vortex!
- Check out the history of the Doctor Who title sequence.
- Warriors' Gate
- The Fourth Doctor's final E-Space adventure ...
- This planet had seas of acid and beaches of glass
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.
- "This is the end for all of you. I'm finally getting something done!"
- The Doctor, Romana, Adric and K-9 try to help Biroc, a time-sensitive Tharil, free his people from a slave ship in the void between E-Space and N-Space. But can Biroc be trusted, since the Tharils were themselves once the cruel masters of human slaves? What is the ancient gateway that stands in the void? Who are the mechanical horrors that lurk in the banqueting hall? And which of the four TARDIS travellers will never make it out of E-Space?
Notable information Edit
- Romana's adventures continued after she left the Doctor in E-Space (in Warriors' Gate). She returned to Gallifrey in the novel Blood Harvest (1994), she became President by the time of the audio drama Shada (2003), and even Russell T Davies head writer wrote in the Doctor Who Annual 2006 that President Romana had brokered the first negotiations of the Time War.
- Records show that the planet Marinus was located in the Voora Marini group, a distant star system. Other records suggest that Marinus eventually became Mondas, Earth's twin planet, and that the Voord evolved into Cybermen.
- The Teselecta was also known as Justice Department Vehicle 6018. It was crewed by four hundred miniaturised human beings.
- The original title sequence of Doctor Who (first seen in 1963) was created by Bernard Lodge using a technique known as "howl around" video feedback and a pen torch.
- Editor: Kieran Grant
- Art Editor: Elanzi Smit
- Designer: Jon Barrett
- Sub-Editor: Catherine Anderson
- Contributing Writers: Jason Loborik
- Illustrators: none credited this issue