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This issue, DWM celebrates 50 years of the one of the Doctor's greatest enemies: the Cybermen! Contents include: an interview with the woman who designed the original Cybermen, Alexandra Tynan; a look at every single Cyber-plan through the ages, as told by the Cybermen themselves; a new Cyberman comic strip by Alan Barnes with art by Adrian Salmon; a detailed look at how the Cybermen have evolved from their first appearance; Steven Moffat answers readers' questions; The Fact of Fiction puts the 1988 25th anniversary story Silver Nemesis under the spotlight; the Time Team watch 2010's Vincent and the Doctor; actor Jami Reid-Quarrell is interviewed about his monstrous roles (including Colony Sarff) in Doctor Who's 2015 series; a new comic strip adventure for the Twelfth Doctor – 'Moving In' by Mark Wright with art by John Ross; the Watcher praises Galaxy 4; plus reviews, previews, official news, competitions and much more!

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Editor’s Letter
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50 years ago, the Cybermen first marched onto our screens. We asked the costume designer who gave them life about their enduring appeal
He was a bit of a slippery customer as Colony Sarff, and later returned to try to strangle the Doctor! We un-Veil the real Jami Reid-Quarrell
Discover the inside story of the Cybermen’s many campaigns
The Cybermen have rarely looked the same from one appearance to the next. We examine the changes in Cyber-evolution, including some variants that were barely glimpsed on screen
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Answering the burning questions posed by DWM readers – the man in charge of Doctor Who!
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The Doctor Who Appreciation Society celebrates its 40th anniversary this
■ The Doctor Who Doodle Book, from BBC Books is
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