Doctor Who DVD Files Issue 105

January 24th, 2013

Doctor Who DVD Files Issue 105

magazine-dvdfiles104Doctor Who DVD Files Issue 105

This 104th edition of The DVD Files contains the classic story Four to Doomsday.

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 Fifth Doctor faces Monarch and his army of invaders.

This sinister prison guard brought the Master back to life.

Visit the home of the legendary Mara…

Meet the adopted son of Sarah Jane Smith.

Read a never-before-published interview with Stratford John

Doctor Who celebrates its 25th birthday!

Donna’s family was turned upside down by the Doctor.

What is the dark secret of the Master’s deadly spheres?

Find out what happened when the Tenth Doctor met the Fift

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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3 Responses to Doctor Who DVD Files Issue 105

  1. Posted by: Robert Adams Reply

    February 10th, 2014 - 5:47pm

    Urbankan Frogs are pretty weird too.

  2. Posted by: Robert Adams Reply

    February 10th, 2014 - 5:46pm

    Don’t know. It is pretty cool, with the Doctor using Cricket skills to get away from Monarch’s ship alive.

  3. Posted by: matparks08 Reply

    January 24th, 2013 - 11:45am

    Apart from Stratford John, there’s not much else to recommend about Four to Doomsday. I wonder if it is anybodys favourite story?

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