DWAS celebrates 60 years of Doctor Who with this convention bonanza!
Doctor Who and the Talons of Weng-Chiang is available in The Essential Terrance Dicks: Volume Two.
The Great Curator; A Tour of the Art in Doctor Who: Part Three – The Writing’s on the Wall for Osgood!
Join us in the Under Gallery once more. Yes, children and Zygons are free to draw on the walls.
Is comparing Doctor Who to Star Wars really fair? (Surely Star Wars is immediately outclassed?)
And the cover feature is written by the editor of the DWC.
“Original ideas are great, but they don’t have to be *your* original ideas!”
The four tales have been adapted from being full-cast scripts to audiobooks with individual readers.
The two-volume HCs will be released in August 2021.
I, like most of Doctor Who fandom, consider the Philip Hinchcliffe/Robert Holmes era (Seasons 12 to 14) to be the
After the passing of Trevor Baxter, Jago and Litefoot are back in audiobooks read by single voice actors.