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Digital Subscriptions > Doctor Who Magazine > 510 > VWORP DRIVE!


Hopefully ushering in a new era for Doctor Who fanzines, here comes Vworp Vworp Volume 3!
Colin and Gareth.

Back in the 1970s, 80s and 90s, the world of Doctor Who fandom was awash with fanzines – amateur non-profit-making magazines, made by fans, for fans, and generally sold by mail order or circulated at conventions and other fan gatherings. Some fanzines were essentially photocopied folded sheets of A4, while others aspired to a more professional standard. Fanzines would contain the latest news and rumours about upcoming episodes, artwork, letters and reviews. In these days of internet forums, podcasts and YouTube videos, the fanzine has become something of an endangered species, but there are still a few keeping the flame alive.

This month, Colin Brockhurst and Gareth Kavanagh launch the third issue of their fanzine Vworp Vworp!, a glossy 208-page love-letter to the world of Doctor Who comics, artwork and DWM itself. The issue is available by mail order for £9.99, with a choice of three different covers.

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Contents include: A tribute to Sir John Hurt, the man who played the War Doctor, featuring contributions from those whose knew and worked with him, including David Tennant; Richard Curtis is interviewed about his Doctor work, including The Curse of Fatal Death and Vincent and the Doctor; showrunner Steven Moffat answers readers' questions; a look at the history of the home video recording of Doctor Who; the SFX of The Invisible Enemy, the story that took on Star Wars; Sydney Newman's attempts to reinvent Doctor Who in the 1980s is revealed; the Time Team watch Day of the Moon; new comic strip adventure as the Doctor faces the original Master in Doorway to Hell part three; DWM interviews the people behind the fanzine Vworp! Vworp! ; plus official news, reviews, previews, the Wotcha! page, prize-winning competitions and more!