Doctor Who: Print The Legend

Doctor Who: Print The Legend This lavish, 116-page bookazine is the essential guide to novelisations – hardback, paperback and audio adaptations of television stories. Highlights include profiles of leading authors, a section on collecting rarities, a look at the recording of the audiobooks and a tribute to illustrator Chris Achilléos. Exclusives include a previously unpublished…

Doctor Who: Chronicles – 1971

Doctor Who: Chronicles – 1971 The new 116-page bookazine from the makers of Doctor Who Magazine celebrates an unforgettable era in the show’s history. The success of the first episodes starring Jon Pertwee saved the series from the threat of cancellation. A year later, the next phase of its reinvention introduced a new assistant for the Doctor…

Doctor Who: 60 Moments in Time

DWM CELEBRATES 60 YEARS OF DOCTOR WHO! Over the course of 60 years, Doctor Who has transcended the realm of popular entertainment to become ingrained in popular culture. How did it achieve this remarkable feat? And how should Doctor Who Magazine – a faithful chronicle of that journey for the last 44 years – celebrate…

Doctor Who: Chronicles – 1963-64

Doctor Who: Chronicles – 1963-64 This lavish 116-page publication from the makers of DWM looks at the stories, people, events and news of this formative period – a time when William Hartnell played the Doctor, and the world was introduced to the Daleks, the TARDIS and an incredible adventure in space and time. The bookazine…

Doctor Who: Chronicles – 1988

Doctor Who: Chronicles – 1988 This lavish 116-page publication from the makers of DWM looks at the stories, people, events and news in this remarkable year – a time when Sylvester McCoy and Sophie Aldred starred as the Seventh Doctor and Ace, and the show celebrated its 25th anniversary with four memorable adventures: Remembrance of…

Doctor Who: Chronicles – 1973

Doctor Who: Chronicles – 1973 The latest issue in a lavish series of bookazines from the makers of Doctor Who Magazine. Jon Pertwee’s Doctor was at the peak of his powers when the show celebrated its tenth anniversary. The lap of honour began with a special story co-starring Pertwee’s predecessors in the role, included an…

Doctor Who: Chronicles – 1967

DOCTOR WHO: CHRONICLES – 1967 The fifth issue in a lavish series of bookazines from the makers of Doctor Who Magazine. Having recently made his debut as the Second Doctor, Patrick Troughton really made the role his own in 1967. However, Doctor Who’s newfound stability was soon threatened by behind-the-scenes changes. As Dalek creator Terry…

Doctor Who: Chronicles – 2007

Doctor Who: Chronicles – 2007 The fourth issue in a lavish series of bookazines from the makers of Doctor Who Magazine.  With David Tennant firmly established as the programme’s star, showrunner Russell T Davies steered his revived Doctor Who to the top of the ratings in 2007. The year began with the first episode of…

Doctor Who: Chronicles – 1983

Doctor Who: Chronicles – 1983 The third entry in DWM’s series of bookazines focusses on an eventful year. Includes newly discovered images and all-new features, with articles on the most important events in the Doctor Who universe (on and off screen), memorabilia released in 1983, Doctor Who in the popular press, Doctor Who Annual 1984, Target books, US conventions, computer…

Doctor Who: Chronicles – 1975

Doctor Who: Chronicles – 1975 The Chronicles series examines the landmark years of Doctor Who’s history in unprecedented detail. 1975 was Tom Baker’s first full year as the Doctor and features a highly regarded run of stories: Robot, The Ark in Space, The Sontaran Experiment, Genesis of the Daleks, Revenge of the Cybermen, Terror of…

Doctor Who: Chronicles – 1965

Doctor Who: Chronicles – 1965 Examining the landmark years of the show’s history in unprecedented detail, the first issue looks at 1965, when the most popular episodes of Doctor Who attracted more than 13 million viewers and Dalekmania reached its peak with the release of the first feature film based on the series. The 116-page…

The Daleks

The ultimate collectors’ edition of the classic 1960s strip. First published in TV Century 21 from 1965 to 1967, The Daleks was devised by Terry Nation and largely written by Doctor Who’s first story editor David Whitaker. For this collectors’ edition, all 104 instalments have been digitally restored – the vast majority from the original…

The Essential Doctor Who: Relative Dimensions

Doctor Who’s creators envisaged a series that would go forwards, backwards and sideways in time. The Doctor’s trips to parallel universes and alternative dimensions have provided the show with some of its best-loved adventures – from its black-and-white beginnings to the latest episodes, starring Jodie Whittaker. Uncover the background to these memorable journeys and explore…

The Story of Doctor Who

13 Doctors… More than 40 companions… Countless alien adversaries… One essential guide to the entire journey. The Story of Doctor Who is a lavishly illustrated introduction to the entire show, with sections devoted to all of the television Doctors, many of the key creative figures, and much more. Highlights include new, exclusive interviews with Jodie…

The Essential Doctor Who: Adventures in the Future

Panini’s lavish series of Doctor Who bookazines continues with Adventures in the Future. Doctor Who’s predictions of the future have depicted the destruction of planet Earth and the ultimate collapse of the universe. Alien superpowers have subjugated star systems and galactic empires have fallen, leaving only a few witnesses to the end of time itself.…

The Essential Doctor Who: Time Travel

Panini’s lavish bookazines continue with a 116-page issue devoted to the Doctor’s journeys through time, and the greatest plots hatched by his time-travelling adversaries. Doctor Who was conceived as a format that would go backwards, forwards and sideways in time. Ever since those early black-and-whites days, the series has stayed true to that concept with…

The Essential Doctor Who: Adventures in Space

The TARDIS doesn’t just travel through time – stories set in space have been an essential part of Doctor Who for six decades. The inhospitable void between the stars has served as the backdrop to epic space operas and nerve-racking thrillers, while harbouring some of the most fearsome adversaries the Doctor has ever encountered. Panini’s…

The Essential Doctor Who: Robots

Panini’s lavish series of publications devoted to key aspects of the Doctor Who universe continues with an issue devoted to robots. The Doctor’s deadliest adversaries include mechanical killers such as the Yeti, the Voc robots and the clockwork droids. For more than five decades the series has realised some of our darkest fears about artificial…

The Essential Doctor Who: Invasions of Earth

The makers of Doctor Who Magazine continue their lavish series of bookazines with a 116-page issue celebrating some of the most memorable episodes in the series history. Invasions of Earth includes interviews with: Anna Barry (Day of the Daleks) Ray Brooks (Daleks’ Invasion Earth 2150 A.D.) Johnny Byrne (Warriors of the Deep) Michael Ferguson (The…

The Essential Doctor Who: Adventures in History

Panini’s acclaimed bookazine series The Essential Doctor Who continues, with a lavish 116-page issue about the Doctor’s journeys into Earth’s past. Adventures in History includes interviews with: Artist Jeff Cummins (Doctor Who Discovers) Story editor Gerry Davis (The Highlanders) Actor Bernard Kay (The Crusade) Costume designer Odile Dicks-Mireaux (The Visitation) Writer John Lucarotti (The Aztecs) Writer Jamie Mathieson (The Girl Who Died) Actor Ian McNeice (Victory of the Daleks) Director Saul Metzstein (Dinosaurs on…

The Essential Doctor Who: The Time Lords

The makers of Doctor Who Magazine continue their acclaimed series of bookazines with a 116-page issue devoted to the Doctor’s own race! The Time Lords includes exclusive interviews with Terrance Dicks (co-writer of The War Games), Stephen Thorne (who played Omega in The Three Doctors), Michael Jayston (the Valeyard in The Trial of a Time Lord), Douglas Mackinnon (the director of Listen)…

The Essential Doctor Who: Monsters

Issue 5 of Panini’s The Essential Doctor Who comprises 116 pages of all-new material exploring the dark side of the series… Horror has been Doctor Who’s most consistent genre since the Daleks first threatened viewers in 1963. The metal-cased mutants are still notorious, but the programme’s shadows are occupied by many equally grotesque and disturbing creatures. This is a…

The Essential Doctor Who: The Master

The latest issue of Panini’s The Essential Doctor Who is devoted to the Doctor’s most dangerous opponent: the Master! Over 116 pages of all-new material, the latest issue of The Essential Doctor Who examines every Master story – from Terror of the Autons to Death in Heaven – and profiles the actors who have brought…

The Essential Doctor Who: Alien Worlds

The latest issue of Panini’s lavish Doctor Who bookazine is the ultimate guide to alien worlds. Issue 3 of The Essential Doctor Who comprises 116 pages of all-new material devoted to the numerous planets we have seen the Doctor visit. This comprehensive guide begins at Alfava Metraxis and ends at Zolfa-Thura. In between are entries…

The Essential Doctor Who: The TARDIS

THE ESSENTIAL DOCTOR WHO CONTINUES WITH TARDIS SPECIAL Panini’s new series of Doctor Who bookazines continues with an issue dedicated to the TARDIS. The Essential Doctor Who: The TARDIS is a lavish 116-page guide featuring details of every major TARDIS story. There are exclusive new interviews with scriptwriters Steve Thompson (Journey to the Centre of…

The Essential Doctor Who: Cybermen

THE ESSENTIAL DOCTOR WHO LAUNCHES WITH NEW CYBERMAN BY ORIGINAL DESIGNER ALEXANDRA TYNAN Following the success of 2013’s 50th anniversary specials, Panini’s bookazines continue with a new title: The Essential Doctor Who. Highlights of the first edition include a brand new Cyberman, specially illustrated for this issue by their original designer Alexandra Tynan. The Essential…

Doctor Who – 50 Years: The Companions

THE COMPANIONS Since 1963 we have experienced television’s best-loved adventure through their eyes. The second of three special publications celebrating Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary includes each companion’s most memorable moment and is packed with exclusive interviews. Relive the journey of a lifetime with the Doctor’s greatest friends and allies. BUY DIGITAL EDITION

Doctor Who – 50 Years: The Daleks

EXTERMINATE! The first of three very special publications celebrating Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary focuses on the Doctor’s greatest enemies – the Daleks! Packed into 116 pages is everything you could want to know about the metal monsters from the planet Skaro – from their original encounter with the First Doctor in 1963 to their latest…