Doctor Who DVD Files Issue 104

January 24th, 2013

Doctor Who DVD Files Issue 104

magazine-dvdfiles104Doctor Who DVD Files Issue 104

This 104th edition of The DVD Files contains the classic story Frontier in Space.

Available every fortnight, the magazine builds up into the ultimate Doctor Who Encyclopaedia.“Doctor Who DVD Files is something unique – it’s not just a chance to collect every episode of the series since the Doctor’s return, the pull-apart magazine is incredibly ambitious.

Every fortnight you get pages packed with information and specially commissioned artwork.

It is currently planned to extend the DVD files to at least 110 issues.

In this issue…

The Doctor faces the Master and the Ogrons!


This Time Lord councillor paid the ultimate price…

This planet sat at the heart of a vast star-empire.

These neighbours of the Ood had special powers…

Our profile of the actor who played the Fifth Doctor.

The Seventh Doctor makes his TV debut.

The career highlights of the intrepid reporter and time traveller.


This Vinvocci device was deadlier than it seemed.

Find out how the Master went insane…

For more information and how to subscribe go to the DVD Files website Here.

To order individual back issues click Here.

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4 Responses to Doctor Who DVD Files Issue 104

  1. Posted by: robert Reply

    February 1st, 2014 - 4:29pm

    Id like to know if the list will be extended after issue 140? Wonder if the rest of the peter davidson, hartnell and patrick troughton stories will be released?

  2. Posted by: Fox molder Reply

    January 27th, 2013 - 3:35am

    Stopped collecting after issue 29 when they finished the first 4 seasons, now I wsh I still was when I realised they did classics too :(

    • Posted by: cjayp33

      January 28th, 2013 - 5:14pm

      you can buy back issues from eaglemosses website.

  3. Posted by: matparks08 Reply

    January 24th, 2013 - 11:47am

    How many dVD files stories have had nearly the exact same cover as this? Why no Draconians or even the Master who have far more screen time than the cameo daleks!

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