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|Cover date:||July 1990|
|Publisher:||Marvel Comics UK|
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Comic content Edit
- Nostalgia Feature: Marco Polo (Along with readers memories, David Richardson recalls this 'missing' from the BBC archives story with cast and credit details)
- Episode Guide: Season 24: Sylvester McCoy (Time and the Rani to Dragonfire)
Interviews / Profiles Edit
Previews / Reviews - Off the Shelf Edit
- VIDEO: The Dalek Invasion of Earth (BBC Video)
- VIDEO: The Mind Robber (BBC Video)
- VIDEO: Myth Makers: Victor Pemberton (Reeltime Pictures)
- VIDEO: Myth Makers: David Banks (Reeltime Pictures)
- VIDEO: Myth Makers: Colin Baker (Reeltime Pictures)
- BOARD GAME: Doctor Who: Battle for the Universe
- NOVELISATION: Doctor Who in an Exciting Adventure with the Daleks by David Whitaker (Target Books)
- The Dragon from Dragonfire
- Tegana and Chenchu from "The Roof of the World"
- Ace armed and dangerous from Remembrance of the Daleks (centre spread)
Also featuring Edit
- Matrix Data Bank (Questions and Answers)
- Beyond the TARDIS (Who is doing what by Dominic May)
- Gallifrey Guardian (News)
- You on Who (Letters)
- Data Coils (now incorporating pen-pals and events listing)
- 'Doctor Who?' by Tim Quinn and Dicky Howett (comic strip)
- 'Nix View' by Nick Miller (cartoon)
- Collector's Corner (Merchandise) (Dalek Rolkings (from Louis Marx), Doctor Who Super 8mm Films (from Walton Sound and Film Services Ltd), Doctor Who Data Printer (from Dymo), Doctor Who Bathroom Tiles (from Pictiles Ltd), Dalek Construction Kit (from Sevans Models) and TARDIS Easter Egg (from Suchards)
- Competition: 3 questions to win one of twenty Doctor Who: Battle for the Universe board games.
- Doctor Who Magazine Season Survey Results
Random quote Edit
“I think perhaps your logic is wearing a little thin ..."
- Editor / Designer: John Freeman
- Assistant Editor / Designer: Jacqui Papp
- Production: Mark Irvine
- Advertising: Julie Hughes
- Advisor: John Nathan-Turner
- Acting Magazine Group Editor: John Freeman
- Managing Director: Robert Sutherland
- Excelsior: Stan Lee
Additional details Edit
- The contents page lists this issues comic story as Doctor Conqueror - and not Doctor Conkerer - missing the pun!
- This issue priced £1.50 (UK) featured on the cover, Sophie Aldred as Ace photographed by Steve Cook at Crystal Palace Park, London.
- Additional Input: from DWM 164 Episode Guide: Paradise Towers had one day's location recording at a swimming pool at Elmswell House, Chalfont Street, Giles, Bucks in May 1987, as stated (aside from a gremlin number transposition) in the Location Guide. In the Nostalgia Feature: the diary extracts for Marco Polo were transmitted these were simply not used in the novelisation. This is all David Richardson's fault, may he walk in the Gobi Desert forever.
- Ace is reintroduced as the Seventh Doctor's travelling companion in the text story Living in the Past, which also forms a part of the The Mark of Mandragora (graphic novel) by Virgin Publishing.
- The strip story Doctor Conkerer was originally intended to appear in the ill fated The Incredible Hulk Presents issue 13!