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DWM 73

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DWM 73
DWM 073
Cover date: February 1983
Format: 40pp stapled
Editor: Alan McKenzie
Publisher: Marvel Comics UK
DWM 72
DWM 74

The 73rd issue of Doctor Who Magazine had a cover date of February 1983.

Contents Edit

Articles Edit

Comic content Edit

Fiction Edit

  • None

Archives Edit

DWM Archives (Retelling by episode, with no credits)

EPISODE GUIDE (Listing details including episode endings, credits and dates):

Interviews / Profiles Edit

  • None

Previews Edit

Reviews Edit

  • None

A4 pin-ups Edit

A2 Centre Page Colour Spread Edit

Also featuring Edit

  • Doctor Who Letters (Letters Page)
  • `Doctor Who?' by Tim Quinn & Dicky Howett
  • Gallifrey Guardian - featuring Beat the Panoptropic Net (Matrix Data Bank Challenge)
  • Matrix Data Bank

Credits Edit

Editor: Alan McKenzie
Feature Writer: Richard Landon
Design: Roger P. Birchall
Editorial Assistance: Gilly Joseph
Production: Tim Hampson and Alison Gill
Distribution: Comag
Financial Controller: Robert W. Sutherland
Publisher: Stan Lee
Advisor: John Nathan-Turner

Additional details Edit

  • Additional Input: Matrix Data Bank (From DWM 75) David J Howe corrects the statement concerning the Key to Time in the Matrix Data Bank. The pieces did in fact fit together to form a cube, but were not held together by the Tracer, for which a separate prop was used. Incidentally, the first and sixth segments were identical.
  • The year is not displayed on the front cover.
  • The main background cover image is from TV: Snakedance.
  • A free Doctor Who Monthly sticker is attached to this issue as depicted on the cover (actual size as shown on the cover).
  • The price rises 5p to 50p a month.
  • Richard Landen takes over from Jeremy Bentham after three years.

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