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Doctor Who Adventures issue 345

WHO345coverDoctor Who Adventures issue 345


The latest issue of BBC Doctor Who Adventures magazine is out now.

Inside you’ll find out how to get money off all Doctor Who goodies available at BBCSHOP.COM – so don’t miss it.

The issue is packed with monster scares – including facts about those well-known hunters, the Slitheen.

You’ll also get:

· A FREE monster stationery set!

· Fun with the Alien Babies!

· Interview with a sinister Silurian.

· Win loads of goodies – including a 32inch TV, PS4, Doctor Who Series 7 DVD box set and Lego Ninjago sets.

· Find out if your mate is a monster. (This could save you life!)

· Strax’s guide to the Doctor’s friend Clara.

· Make a Dalek!

· Secrets about the Eleventh Doctor.

· Things get chilly in an exciting comic strip featuring an unseen adventure with the Eleventh Doctor and Clara.

· All this, plus 3 posters, puzzles and loads of monster fun…

Issue 345, on sale 7 – 20 May 2014, priced £2.99. Make sure you get your copy today…

You can subscribe to Doctor Who Adventures at Worldwide shipping is available.

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  • Doctor Who Crazy Ross

    May 9th, 2014 - 11:18pm

    Can I just have a quick rant about how I think that this magazine is reverting back to its terrible old ways; for example:

    1. The ‘Free’ Gifts: They are either something new (which seems quite rare lately), something stationary (which is every other week) and something that they’ve already given us (which is practically every issue a few months in a row)

    2. Sellotape: They are ditching the plastic bags and going back to sellotape, yeah its good for the environment, but it destroys the cover easily and makes it sticky.

    • Doctor Who Crazy Ross

      May 9th, 2014 - 11:21pm

      3. Content: They are using outdated news like Miss Delphox, recycled information such as their fact files and ‘monster interviews’ and there’s not a lot going on.

      4. Monster Babies: As much as I loved them to begin with, they are becoming boring just like Nerville and Miss Tinkle… and as for the Where’s the Doctor, which has been using in previous magazines and books, they need to find something new

    • Doctor Who Crazy Ross

      May 9th, 2014 - 11:23pm

      5. Release date: Two weeks per magazine, and this is the stuff that we get, yeah, money is tight these days, but they could at least do classic themed issues, or episode guide issues

      6. The Front cover: I know its mostly aimed for children, but the front covers are becoming boring too, I think that they need to ditch the hexagon design and go for something a little more exciting.

    • Doctor Who Crazy Ross

      May 9th, 2014 - 11:25pm

      7. Posters: Although next weeks issue has 10 brilliant posters, I feel as though they are trying too hard and making some of them look terrible such as the Moxx of Balhoon in this weeks issue.

      Some of these things are just pet hates, but some of them need resolving, especially the materials that they use for the pencil case; which can hardly fit the two pencils in because it is made with ‘cheap plastic’.

      Rant over. I hope I’m not the only one who thinks that all of the issues have practically the same thing in them. 🙂

    • Dalek1234

      May 9th, 2014 - 11:35pm

      I agree about everything you said im going to stop getting it its a waste of money!

    • Doctor Who Crazy Ross

      May 9th, 2014 - 11:38pm

      I’m so glad I’m not the only one Dalek1234, I thought I was just getting old haha

    • Dalek1234

      May 9th, 2014 - 11:43pm

      thanks and love the gravatar by the way!

  • The Flying Shark

    May 9th, 2014 - 7:14pm

    I got this magazine today. It is very good, and the free gift is good too.

  • biggestwhofanever

    May 8th, 2014 - 3:50pm

    whats the gift for the next issue? ❓ 🙂

    • The Contessa

      May 8th, 2014 - 9:16pm

      2 badges and Doctor & Cyber masks.

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