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DWM 263
DWM issue263
Cover date: 8 April 1998
Format: 51pp stapled
Editor: Gary Gillatt
Publisher: Marvel Comics UK
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Doctor Who Magazine #263 was current from 12 March through 8 April 1998.

Contents Edit

Articles Edit

  • All creatures great and small - Monsters have always been a corner stone of Doctor Who's appeal, as their prominence in toy shops, bookshelves and even on mid-seventies giveaway Weetabix cards attests. Lance Parkin gets beneath the rubbery skin of the series' most infamous bug-eyed bad guys - and recalls a few creatures the world forgot. Illustrated by Adrian Salmon.
  • Includes inset article: Kidnapped by Gellguards! Wounded by Styre! Speared by Blor! - Alan Barnes remembers collecting those Weetabix monster cards back in 1977.

Comic content Edit

The DWM Archive Edit

By Andrew Pixley

The Telesnaps Archive Edit

Interviews / Profiles Edit

  • Out of the TARDIS: Elisabeth Sladen - Tenacious Doctor Who newshound Sarah Jane Smith never failed to pose a direct question - but how will her actress alter-ego fare versus 20 searching queries plucked willy-nilly from the TARDIS tin?
  • Oh what a circus, Oh what a show - Dreaming up both a high rise turned warzone and a Big Top gone bad, writer Stephen Wyatt was responsible for two of Doctor Who's more colourful late eighties serials. Here, he opens up his photo album for DWM - and shares his memories with Peter Griffiths...
  • Speak of the Devil - Long before overseeing The Sea Devils, one of Doctor Who's best-remembered serials, Michael E. Briant spent his TV apprenticeship fetching and carrying for First Doctor William Hartnell. "Directors like me were little rebels!" he tells Peter Griffiths...

Shelf Life Edit

Reviews by Dave Owen

Regular features Edit

  • Gallifrey Guardian
  • Timelines (Letters)
  • The life & times of Jackie Jenkins

Credits Edit

Editor: Gary Gillatt
Assistant Editor: Alan Barnes
Design: Peri Godbold

Additional details Edit

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