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|Cover date:||18 March 1992|
|Publisher:||Marvel Comics UK|
- On Set - The Tomb of the Cybermen investigations by Andrew Pixley, alongside some previously unpublished photographs, script editor Victor Pemberton and director Morris Barry share their memories of this controversial story with Marcus Hearn.
Archive Feature Edit
- Archive Feature: TV: Delta and the Bannermen with FactFile: by Andrew Pixley co-editor of Time Screen, with thanks to David J. Howe
Comic content Edit
- Brief Encounter - Duggan by Paul Ferry
- Who Discovered America? by John Lucarotti with illustrations by Paul Vyse.
Interviews / Profiles Edit
- Travelling Companions - Tim Hunter ends his in-depth series on the Doctor's associates with a look at the latest occupant of the TARDIS' spare room, Ace.
- Directing Who - Graeme Harper talks to Marcus Hearn about African face painting, the future of Doctor Who and just why The Caves of Androzani might make you laugh.
- Acting the Part - Tracking satellites from the bronx to South Wales was a great deal of fun for actor Morgan Deare, who played Hawk in Delta and the Bannermen - as Anthony Townsend found out recently.
Off the Shelf Edit
Also featuring Edit
- Gallifrey Guardian (News)
- Matrix Data Bank (Questions and Answers)
- Beyond the TARDIS (Who is doing what by Dominic May)
- 'Doctor Who?' by Tim Quinn and Dicky Howett (comic strip)
- 'Who in Review' (Who event coverage)
- 'Press Round-up' compiled by Mark Duncan
- You on Who (Letters)
- 'Nix's View' by Nick Miller (cartoon)
- Data Coils (now incorporating personal and club events listing)
- Controversy Corner
- Collector's Corner (Merchandise)
- Don't quote me on this ... (mentions of 'Who' in strange places)
- Into The Vortex / 'That Was the Who That Was' (Times Past)
Random quote Edit
“You have given me equal power - now it's a battle of wits between us!"
- Still Editor: John Freeman
- Social Climber: Gary Russell
- Walking Thesaurus: Sophie Health
- Bustling Hamsters with Scissors and Glue: Peri Godbold and Paul Chamberlain
- Mistress with the Mostess: Louise Cassell
- Production: Mark Irvine
- Advertising: Jane Smale
- Advisor: John Nathan-Turner
- Editorial Director: Paul Neary
- Managing Director: Vincent Conran
- Excelsior: Stan Lee
Additional details Edit
- This issue was priced £2.25 (UK) and had a free set of four postcards. The first in a set of three stapled to the cover featured four Doctors.
- With the second instalment of the comic story Evening's Empire still having gone missing in the post, the space this issue is filled with the reprinting of a back-up comic story from issue 41 to issue 43.
- On the copyright page of the magazine (usually page 3) is a box of very small text; the end of this text reads, "Do you think we should tell Gavrok about the irradiated Welsh sheep?” Mel asked Burton as the Bannerman leader chomped into his raw meat snack...