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Unlike other fictional universes, the Doctor Who universe is created solely by fiction. To us, this is a secondary source. Information from this source can only be used in "behind the scenes" sections, or on pages about real world topics.
- You may be looking for UNIT's Black Archive.
The Black Archive is a series of critical monographs about selected individual Doctor Who stories, from the series' earliest history to the present day. Rather than focusing on behind-the-scenes production history as much Doctor Who fan scholarship has done, the series aims to analyse and explore the stories as broadcast.
Published titles Edit
- The Black Archive #1: Rose by Jon Arnold (March 2016)
- The Black Archive #2: The Massacre by James Cooray Smith (March 2016)
- The Black Archive #3: The Ambassadors of Death by L M Myles (March 2016)
- The Black Archive #4: Dark Water / Death in Heaven by Philip Purser-Hallard (March 2016)
- The Black Archive #5: Image of the Fendahl by Simon Bucher-Jones (May 2016)
- The Black Archive #6: Ghost Light by Jonathan Dennis (July 2016)
- The Black Archive #7: The Mind Robber by Andrew Hickey (September 2016)
Publication schedule Edit
- The Black Archive #8: Black Orchid by Ian Millsted (November 2016)
- The Black Archive #9: The God Complex by Paul Driscoll (January 2017)
- The Black Archive #10: Scream of the Shalka by Jon Arnold (March 2017)
- The Black Archive #11: The Evil of the Daleks by Simon Guerrier (May 2017)
- The Black Archive #12: Pyramids of Mars by Kate Orman (July 2017)
- The Black Archive #13: Human Nature / The Family of Blood by Naomi Jacobs and Philip Purser-Hallard (September 2017)
- The Black Archive #14: The Daleks' Master Plan by Alan Stevens (November 2017)