|Cover date:||August 1990|
|Publisher:||Marvel Comics UK|
- 'The Kiwi Connection' by David Bishop presents a rundown on Doctor Who in New Zealand.
- 'The Two Nervous Breakdowns' (1 of 2) Gary Downie (Production Manager) relates the perils of overseas location recording for The Two Doctors
- 'Lurking at Longleat' Philip Newman reports on the Doctor Who Exhibition at Longleat 1990
Comic content Edit
- Comic Assassins: The Five Doctors by Kev F & Stanton who get their teeth into the 20th anniversary special [now] on video.
- Episode Guide: Season 25: Sylvester McCoy (Remembrance of the Daleks to The Greatest Show in the Galaxy)
Interviews / Profiles Edit
- Writing Doctor Who: Terrance Dicks (Writer) interviewed by Joe Nazzaro and Sheelagh J. Wells
- William Enoch (aka 'Russell') (Actor) who played Ian Chesterton interviewed by Jo Hillman and Graeme Wood
- Elisabeth Sladen (Actress) interviewed by Jean Riddler talks about what she's been up to since leaving the role of Sarah Jane Smith.
- Orbituary: Peter Grimwade by Gary Russell
Previews / Reviews - Off the Shelf Edit
- None this issue
Page Pin-ups Edit
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)
- Dont quote me on this ... (mentions of 'Who' in strange places)
- Competition: 3 questions to win a BSB satellite dish system.
Random quote Edit
“Then there's the terrible Zodin ..."
- Editor / Designer: John Freeman
- Assistant Editor / Designer: Jacqui Papp
- Quips: Dan Abnett
- Production: Mark Irvine
- Advertising: Julie Hughes
- Advisor: John Nathan-Turner
- Magazine Group Editor: John Freeman
- Managing Director: Robert Sutherland
- Excelsior: Stan Lee
Additional details Edit
- Additional Input from DWM 165: Letters: Kevin Burridge replied to point out that the Guiness Book of records lists the first demonstration of a video recorder on June 24th 1963 at Alexandra Palace, London, by the BBC. As David Howe points out this issue, all Doctor Who's were recorded onto video. The hunt for missing episodes continue ... Episode Guide: Remembrance of the Daleks Part One tx. 5/10/88, not 15/10/88. Roll on Season Twenty-Seven when our sub editors can miss even more obvious errors ...
- Additional Input from DWM 166: Letters: In our brave attempts to 'date' the comic strips, we wrongly stated that Train-Flight followed Season Twenty-Six. In fact, to allow for the stories which appeared in The Incredible Hulk Presents, Teenage Kicks is the first DWM fiction to follow Survival. I'm sure that's as clear as mud ...
- Teenage Kicks is reprinted as part of the The Mark of Mandragora (graphic novel) by Virgin Publishing.
- This issue priced £1.50 (UK) featured an Axon on the cover from The Claws of Axos.