That wonderful institution, the Doctor Who Appreciation Society, has released the latest annual, covering the entire Twelfth Doctor era – and you can enjoy it absolutely free!
The downloadable magazine covers every single episode of Peter Capaldi’s tenure as the Time Lord, including his debut in Deep Breath; the controversial Kill the Moon; the universally-applauded Mummy on the Orient Express; the festive treat that is Last Christmas; the return of Davros in The Magician’s Apprentice/ The Witch’s Familiar; The Zygon Invasion/ The Zygon Inversion, following up on the events of the 50th anniversary; Bill Potts’ introduction in The Pilot; the breath-taking Oxygen; and John Simm’s comeback as the Master, alongside Michelle Gomez’s Missy, and Mondasian Cybermen in World Enough and Time/ The Doctor Falls.
Here’s the blurb:
DWAS is pleased to offer its 2018 Celestial Toyroom Annual to all fans as a free download. We are celebrating the Peter Capaldi era with over 100 pages of items on the various stories that Peter has featured in, from Deep Breath through to Twice Upon a Time, as well as The Fires of Pompeii and Torchwood. Many people have contributed – some views you may agree with and some you may not – but regardless, we very much hope you enjoy reading them all.
Contributors to this 119-page tome include DWC writers, Joshua Stevens (Pure Historicals), Elton Townend-Jones (Whoblique Strategies) and Jon Arnold (The Black Archive: Scream of the Shalka); Big Finish’s Elliot Chapman; the Lethbridge-Stewart range’s Tim Gambrell; and Paul Driscoll (The Black Archive: The God Complex)!
Plus, there are some gorgeous illustrations by Andy Hackett, as well as a one-page comic strip and a poem.
You can read this beast of a publication completely free on the DWAS website; there, you can also download the 2017 annual, which focuses on the fabulous Seventh Doctor, Sylvester McCoy.