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June 29th, 2018 11 comments

The Complete History Book Collection Issue 80

Available to order in the UK from www.forbiddenplanet.com

Usually available to order in the USA from www.things-from-another-world.com

The definitive history of BBC’s long-running series Doctor Who continues with this volume on the twelfth Doctor focusing on two stories from Series 9: ‘Hellbent’ and ‘The Husbands of River Song.’

Illustrated throughout with photographs from the archives and in full-color, this hardcover volume features story summaries, character and actor profiles, pre- and post-production notes, broadcast reaction, and much more.

For more information visit the official site at www.dwcompletehistory.com


Categorised under: Books, Reference books

11 comments

  • WhovianLife

    August 21st, 2018 - 11:21pm

    Blimey, only 10 books left, and if you have it 2 issues every month then its only 5 months left 🙁

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  • PVW

    July 26th, 2018 - 5:15pm

    I asked Hachette why they didn’t inform subscribers of the extended run but got no reply
    I asked if there would be any additional graphic novels for premium subscribers which (after asking 7 times) they confirmed there would not be
    They were kind enough to point out that, even though there will be nothing extra for premium subscribers they will continue to charge the extra money each issue – thus taking money for nothing
    Needless to say I was not impressed with this – though I love the books

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  • Anonymous

    July 2nd, 2018 - 8:40pm

    Hell Bent is the worst story ever. Why would the Doctor blame Rassilon for the events of the time war when Rassilon was locked in his tomb in the death zone?

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    • Type40

      July 2nd, 2018 - 11:04pm

      Isn’t it pretty much established in “The End of Time” (I think) that because of the Time War the Time Lords resurrected many from their past to deal with it – e.g. the Master, Rassilon etc? Also, thinking of “The Five Doctors”, Rassilon was still alive in his Tomb, just immortal and, then, rather immobile.

    • Gareth Pugh

      July 7th, 2018 - 12:00pm

      Well, assuming the events of The End of Time are set before those of Hell Bent (in terms of Rassilon’s and the Doctor’s personal timelines), then I think it was pretty much established in the Doctor’s eyes that Rassilon was something of an enemy and a wrong ‘un after that?

    • The Outcast

      July 7th, 2018 - 12:17pm

      I agree Hell Bent is probably the worst Doctor Who story, but the Doctor blaming Rassilon does make sense with what was established in End of Time.

  • Tim M

    June 30th, 2018 - 11:32pm

    Not fond of either stories in this book. Perhaps my least favourite volume in the collection.

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    • TARDISGuy

      July 1st, 2018 - 11:13am

      I quite like Husbands but it’s not a great couple of stories, I agree.

  • Anonymous

    June 30th, 2018 - 11:52am

    I wanna but all the series 9 issues for some reasons

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  • Anonymous

    June 30th, 2018 - 7:57am

    Its the Taskmaster!

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    • Doctor Mysterio

      July 5th, 2018 - 12:06am

      Gotta love Taskmaster. Compulsive viewing. It was great seeing Greg in Doctor Who.

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