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January 8th, 2024 16 comments

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Doctor Who The Giggle, Wild Blue Yonder and The Star Beast Signed Editions

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Based on a script by Russell T Davies, these brand-new adventures for Doctor Who’s 60th Anniversary feature David Tennant as the Fourteenth Doctor and Catherine Tate as Donna Noble.

Doctor Who: Target Collection: The Star Beast (Signed Edition) Signed by Gary Russell

Doctor Who: Target Collection: Wild Blue Yonder (Signed Edition) Signed by Mark Morris

Doctor Who: Target Collection: The Giggle (Signed Edition) Signed by James Goss

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  • Bookcollector

    January 11th, 2024 - 7:45pm

    Brace yourselves… the horror… the horror… okay… deep breath… the spines are blue! Noooooooooooooo!
    Err, actually… they look great.
    In all seriousness I imagine there will be people complaining about the change but the target books of old are a sea of colours on my shelves so I have zero issue with the change. And actually they do look great on the shelf in that blue colour.

    • Alan

      January 12th, 2024 - 6:04pm

      If only they had the black bat the top of the cover as well to match the older blue spine targets.

    • Bookcollector

      January 12th, 2024 - 7:04pm

      Don’t remember a bat! It’s a shame these are Anthony dry’s last covers. I would like to see him given an opportunity to showcase a different style. Hopefully they won’t move to a photo cover for the next batch of books which presumably will be in July when the paperback version of church on ruby road is being released. I image it will also include the target paperback of Fraser Hines evil of the daleks book as well. As to any others? Frankly any story will be welcome. Perhaps a story from either series 2 or 3 and an Amy pond book would be nice so one from series 5, 6 or 7.

  • toptimelord

    January 11th, 2024 - 11:44am

    I couldn’t resist ordering this blue-box-tastic set of Target books to celebrate Doctor Who’s 60th anniversary plus have them signed for free!

  • Fred

    January 10th, 2024 - 10:15am

    My favourite of these episodes was Wild Blue Yonder by some distance, but I’m unsure how well it would work in print. Strikes me as an incredibly visual episode.

    • Bookcollector

      January 14th, 2024 - 7:29pm

      Just finished wild and it was very good. Morris is good writer and he captures this story well. Despite being very visual it works well in prose.

  • Harrou

    January 9th, 2024 - 8:45pm

    Can anyone list a set of additions/deviations the Wild Blue Yonder novelisation makes from the TV version? I’m thinking of picking it up considering it was my favourite of the 3 specials

    • Pythia Louise

      January 27th, 2024 - 11:53pm

      I read it when it came out in December and it’s pretty faithful, with the main change being how slower the passage of time feels in the novelisation.

  • Doctor Stu

    January 8th, 2024 - 7:13pm

    Can’t wait to see what the resolution actually was to the Star beast written down in paper form. Right now is it literally the fact that she’s non binary saved the day?

    • Cybersteve

      January 9th, 2024 - 9:53am

      No it was cause she was Donna’s daughter so in turn the meta crisis carried down to her and she is non binary cause she has a semi time lord brain which doesn’t recognise gender as being so binary

    • PipsyWho

      January 9th, 2024 - 12:57pm

      I took it more to mean that Rose was trans/non binary because the Doctor has had both male and female incarnations

    • JP2000

      January 9th, 2024 - 7:01pm

      You can read it now, if you’re able to buy the e-book!

  • anon

    January 8th, 2024 - 5:50pm

    I wondered if a set of Signed Copies would show up?

  • Mark @ Terraqueous

    January 8th, 2024 - 1:52pm


  • Dave

    January 8th, 2024 - 1:34pm

    snapped these up

  • Rory

    January 8th, 2024 - 12:53pm

    Bought instantly. I do love a signed copy.


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