Doctor Who Adventures, the magazine aimed at a young demographic, is back, seemingly relaunching as a quarterly publication – meaning more comic book exploits for Jodie Whittaker’s Thirteenth Doctor and her companions!
Panini UK, the publisher of Doctor Who Magazine, has released a new-look Doctor Who Adventures Special, out right now, priced £3.99.
Aimed at 7-11-year-old Doctor Who fans and those new to the series, this 36-page issue is packed with did-you-knows, quizzes, puzzles, posters, and a galactic pull-out calendar wall-chart, as well as a new comic, drawn by regular DWA artist, Russ Leach.
The fresh-look issue includes 100 bold and bright stickers and four Limited Edition postcards.
It looks like it’ll disappear off shelves on 2nd April, hinting that DWA, previously a monthly publication (and before that, bi-monthly, fortnightly, and even weekly!), will be available every 3-4 months. Unless, of course, this debut relaunch is to gauge interest again, after it went on hiatus in June 2017.
For now, the Doctor Who Adventures Special is available now, priced £3.99.