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January 6th, 2010 10 comments

New Look Doctor Who Magazine 417

magazine-dwm417Doctor Who Magazine 417

The new Doctor and Amy Pond, aka MATT SMITH and KAREN GILLAN, give their first ever joint interview – exclusively in Doctor Who Magazine 417!

“There’s a real bond, isn’t there?” says Matt.

“Yeah,” Karen agrees.

“A connection.”
“That’s wonderful, I think,” Matt continues.

“But also, with that, he’s sort of less tolerant than a lot of Doctors, and she’s got a fire in her soul, in her belly, and so they combust together… but there’s great affection and love there, and we’re developing that all the time…”

Also in the first new-look issue of DWM:

THE NEW NUMBER ONE!
Doctor Who’s new showrunner and head writer, STEVEN MOFFAT, talks exclusively to DWM about the new Doctor, Matt Smith, the new TARDIS design and just what we can expect from the thirty-first series of Doctor Who…

TENNANT’S EXTRA!

In the second part of an in-depth interview, the UK’s hottest acting talent, DAVID TENNANT, talks candidly to DWM about his future plans, his final line and his feelings on saying goodbye to Doctor Who.

KNOCK KNOCK…

DWM goes behind the scenes of the Tenth Doctor’s ultimate adventure, The End of Time, with exclusive photos and interviews with the cast and crew – including RUSSELL T DAVIES, BERNARD CRIBBINS and JOHN SIMM!

LICENCE TO KILL!
The name’s Rassilon – President Rassilon. DWM manages to track down the former James Bond and leader of the Time Lords. TIMOTHY DALTON, for an informal chat. You’ll be shaken AND stirred!

IT’S THE THOUGHT THAT COUNTS…
DWM catches up with the irrepressible Mssrs JOHN BARROWMAN and RUSSELL TOVEY, aka Captain Jack and Midshipman Frame in an intergalactic bar in an effort to find out just what on earth they were thinking…

SMOOTH CRIMINAL!
There are plenty of shocks in store for the Tenth Doctor as he finally discovers the uncomfortable truth behind Majenta’s mysterious past! The brand new comic strip THE CRIMSON HAND, by Dan McDaid with art by Martin Geraghty, continues.

SIMPLY THE BEST
He was Doctor Who’s producer during the Third Doctor’s era and guided the series to one its most successful and popular periods ever. DWM pays tribute to the life and times of the late BARRY LETTS, with contributions from, among others, Tom Baker, Elisabeth Sladen, Nicholas Courtney, Katy Manning, Terrance Dicks, Frazer Hines, Graeme Harper and Christopher Barry.

YOU PUT THE DEVIL IN ME!
Witches! Gargoyles! And, er, Morris Dancing! It can only be THE DÆMONS, the much-loved Third Doctor adventure produced and co-written by Barry Letts. Travel back in time to 1971 as The Fact of Fiction uncovers the fascinating secrets behind this television classic, with the aid of a plethora of rarely seen photographs!

I WANNA TELL YOU A STORY…
STEVEN MOFFAT reveals just who will penning the Eleventh Doctor’s first series – and why – as he finally fesses up in the new-look Production Notes!

PLUS! All the latest official news, previews, reviews, competitions and more… and a giant-sized poster featuring all ELEVEN Doctors!

Step into the future with the new-look Doctor Who Magazine. The bumper-sized issue 417 is out now, price £4.99!


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10 comments

  • oscarwho

    April 2nd, 2013 - 9:24am

    My first issue

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  • jack latham

    July 10th, 2011 - 8:42pm

    lol

    Reply
  • jack latham

    July 10th, 2011 - 8:42pm

    nice

    Reply
  • The No.1 Doctor

    May 30th, 2010 - 8:09am

    Good interview with John Barrowman & Russel Tovey.

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  • Matt

    February 4th, 2010 - 4:11pm

    Moffatt has said, he’s not going to do an entire episode of “blinks” or episodes as dark as blink, he’s confirmed he’s laying off of the darkness, (Said it on Confidential.)

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  • McGann is The Doctor.

    January 26th, 2010 - 9:18am

    The next issue wont be out till Feb the 4th! Dang! It would seem that its gone from Doctor Who weekly (as it was called in the 70s) to Doctor Who every Fortnight, to Doctor Who monthly; coming out early every month.

    I was quite confused this weekend when i rushed to the magazine section in Tesco only to find……nothing new. The new schedule will take a bit of getting used to. I suppose the new look etc, and i think theyve gotten a bit bigger, and its a new decade, theyve change the schedule!

    Reply
  • jack

    January 13th, 2010 - 4:21pm

    this is has changed lots! good old dwm as usual though SPECTACULAR

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  • White Guardian

    January 7th, 2010 - 5:08am

    Don’t worry, Moftett promised that this series would be much more darker than the last.

    Reply
  • Andrew

    January 6th, 2010 - 7:02pm

    What makes you think it’ll be childish? have you seen the trailer?

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  • Janice

    January 6th, 2010 - 6:11pm

    No. Just no. I dread finding that it’s gone back to being a kid series again. Moffett had better do some brilliant stories to convince me this is OK.

    Reply

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