|DWMS Holiday 1992|
|Cover date:||none; released: August 1992|
|Format:||52 stapled pages|
|Publisher:||Marvel Comics UK|
DWMS Winter 1991
DWMS Winter 1992
- 'The Roving Reporter' - Kevin W. Parker. Sarah's "unauthorised biographer" takes a look at the life of Sarah Jane Smith from a Doctor Who universe perspective. (See Other information.)
- Not On TV - John Ainsworth presents a list of Sarah Jane Smith's appearances in comics, Doctor Who annuals and the K9 Annual.
- Sarah's Scrapbook - Newspaper articles by Sarah Jane and others, from a Whoniverse perspective.
Comic content Edit
Brief Encounter Edit
With production notes and credits by Andrew Pixley
Interviews / Profiles Edit
A4 Page Pin-ups Edit
Giant A2 Colour Poster Edit
- The cover artwork for this issue by Piers McAllister was given away as a free poster stapled in the middle.
Also featuring Edit
- Afterward by Elisabeth Sladen
- Editor: Gary Russell
- Design Team: Ed Lawrence, Peri Godbold & Gary Gilbert
- Editorial Co-ordinator: Louise Cassell
- Production: Chris McCormack
- Promotions: Fiona Moscatelli
- Advertising: Jane Smale
- Senior Editor: John Freeman
- Editorial Director: Paul Neary
- Managing Director: Vincent Conran
- Excelsior: Stan Lee
- Thanks this issue to: Elisabeth Sladen, Claire Jones, Nicholas Courtney, CMS In-Vision, Bobbi Mitchell, David Howe, Mike Conroy, David Gibbes-Auger, Martin Wiggins and Neil Corry.
Other Information Edit
- "Holiday" in British comic publishing terms means "summer", as in the phrase "school holiday" or "summer holiday". Hence, this issue is often colloquially called the "1992 Summer Special".
- This special was staple bound with new cover artwork (and poster), priced £2.50 (UK).
- "The Roving Reporter" sticks to the chronology established in a previous UNIT Special, and established Sarah Jane Smith's birth date as 1955 and the "UNIT Era" as happening in the near future, with Terror of the Zygons happening in 1980. The short stories included in the Special adhere to this timeline. However The Sarah Jane Adventures story Whatever Happened to Sarah Jane? contradicts this. The article also apparently makes reference to the G.I. Joe universe, saying that Sarah Jane helped to uncover Cobra cells.