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Vintage novelisations, comic collections and fan theory is this month’s round-up of Doctor Who in print…

BBC BOOKS, PANINI COMICS, MAD NORWEGIAN PRESS

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n Space Helmet for a Cow 2 RRP $29.95 (US dollars)

n Running Through Corridors 2 RRP $19.95 (US dollars)

n Doctor Who In An Exciting Adventure with the Daleks, Doctor Who and the Zarbi, Doctor Who and the Crusaders RRP £9.99 each

n The Highgate Horror RRP £14.99

n Based on the Popular TV Serial RRP Free

Few television series are awarded the ongoing historical scrutiny of Doctor Who. Pity those long-forgotten household names of TV long past, looking down from the hereafter in dismay, wishing that an encounter with a pantomime seahorse dripping green paint might have spared them fading from memory. Compared to the many academic guides to Doctor Who’s history, Mad Norwegian Publishing has hit on a refreshing change of approach with its offbeat series Space Helmet for a Cow, which reaches the show’s modern era in its second volume.

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Contents include: An interview with actor and Doctor Who fan Rufus Hound; Showrunner Steven Moffat answers readers’ burning questions; a feature by Steve Lyons investigates the weird world of the supernatural in the Doctor Who universe; the feature 'Crack of Doom' finds out more about Big Finish’s audio box set Doom Coalition 4; Toby Hadoke pays tribute to Rodney Bennett, the director who oversaw three very different productions during the early years of Tom Baker’s tenure as the Doctor; the original Master returns for new comic strip adventure 'Doorway to Hell' part two, by Mark Wright, with art by Staz Johnson; 'The Fact of Fiction' examines 1972's 'The Mutants'; The Time Team rewatch the 2011 series opener 'The Impossible Astronaut'; plus Previews, book and audio reviews, news, the Watcher's column, the annual season survey poll, prize-winning competitions and much more!
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