Doctor Who DVD Files Issue 89

Doctor Who DVD Files Issue 89

May 26th, 2012
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Doctor Who DVD Files Issue 89

This 89th edition of The DVD Files contains the classic story The Invasion episodes 5-8

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 INVASION
The Cybermen are on the march in part two of this adventure.

DOCTOR WHO?
What is the question that must never be asked?

MELODY POND
Before River Song there was the Doctor’s'bespoke psychopatl

CYBER TECHNOLOGY
What are the top five Cyber inventions?

GIBBIS
Meet this cowardly native of the planet Tivoli.

SUPREME DALEK
Read all about the leader of the New Dalek Paradigm



WORLD BUILDING!

Check out the amazing sets of A Christmas Carol’.

EARTH DEATH
Our history of the world comes to an end…

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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7 Responses to Doctor Who DVD Files Issue 89

  1. Posted by: jake Reply

    June 3rd, 2013 - 6:24pm

    the first part is on issue 88 and has two animated episodes because there missing.

    For the 50th anniversary, I would could people please try and find some of the missing episodes. Not just these, but also all the other stories.


  2. Posted by: videogamemad00 Reply

    June 30th, 2012 - 12:13pm

    Got 90 & 91 just now :-)


  3. Posted by: itrowy Reply

    June 22nd, 2012 - 2:04pm

    Why is The Warriors Gate episode story 40.
    The Keeper of Traken was story 40, now i have 2 episode’s called fourth doctor story 40.


  4. Posted by: Skaro Reply

    May 27th, 2012 - 8:07pm

    Gibbis ? Already
    ??????????


  5. Posted by: Skaro Reply

    May 27th, 2012 - 8:03pm

    If this


  6. Posted by: matparks08 Reply

    May 26th, 2012 - 1:31pm

    Hi – which version is on the dvd files – is it just the 6 episodes, the one with Nic Courtney’s links or the animated missing episodes?


    • Posted by: Anonymous

      May 26th, 2012 - 1:56pm

      Animated version, they just take the episodes straight from the regular DVD releases.

      Some people claim it is a completely unrestored version that goes on it but that’s just a rumour coming from misquoting the publishers.


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