|Cover date:||5 February 2003|
|Format:||50 pages, stapled|
- The Fan Gene - Part One: Defining the Indefinable - Gary Gillatt searches for the essential truth at the heart of all things fannish.
- DWM Awards 2002
- War is Swell! - To mark the metallic mutations' return in Dalek War, Robert Shearman relives his childhood nightmares to get to the heart of the Dalek menace. Nicholas Briggs gives us a masterclass in Machiavellian monotone and Justin Richards conducts a course in Kaled conversation, cut from the recent Dalek Survival Guide.
- Inset article: Reverberation of the Daleks - Nicholas Briggs looks back at the grating voices of from the past he has sought to emulate
- Inset article: Resistance of the Daleks - New to Dalek Empire? Don't know your Alby from your elbow? Ian Farrington gives us the low-down on the fearless freedom fighters, struggling to save us from the Daleks...
- Inset article: Dalek Phrase Book - A list of common Dalek phrases together with explanations and notes on usage that should help you understand what a Dalek is talking to you about, Collated by Justin Richards
Comic content Edit
- Oblivion - Part Four
Profiles / Interviews Edit
- Chief concerns - In 1987 Richard Briers took on the duties of Chief Caretaker at Paradise Towers. "It enabled me to overact!" he tells Benjamin Cook. You don't say...
- Flying without wings? - Notching up his fourth Doctor Who credit in this month's audio drama Jubilee is Martin Jarvis. "I just can't leave the Menoptera behind," he tells Mark Wyman...
- VIDEO: TV: The Mutants
- AUDIO: The Church and the Crown
- PROSE: Heritage
- AUDIO: The Quality of Mercy
- Big Finish: Big Finish Talks Back: The Eighth Doctor Authors
- PROSE: A Life of Surprises
- AUDIO: Ghost Town
Regular features Edit
- Gallifrey Guardian
- The Time Team - TV: The Mind of Evil, The Claws of Axos and Colony in Space
- It's the end, but... by The Watcher
- Editor: Clayton Hickman
- Assistant Editor: Conrad Westmaas
- Designer: Paul Burley
- Production: Mark Irvine
- Managing Editor: Alan O'Keefe
- Managing Director: Mike Riddell