Monday, 30 April 2012

New Doctor Who fanzine

The new Plaything of Sutekh is available now. Have to say I love the cover art!
Articles include:

  • What Did the Sixties Do For Who? – a look at how the Troughton era of Doctor Who reflected the changes facing Britain in the late 60s
  • Frank’s Who – the lasting influence of Frank Bellamy’s Radio Times art on Doctor Who illustration.
  • Secret Who – we re-evaluate a clutch of less popular stories and find there’s more to them than meets the eye: Underworld, The Krotons and The Android Invasion. Don’t be afraid – they’re better than you think.
  • Accidental Art – while Nation and Adams were pulling in opposite directions, Ken Grieve’s innovative approach raised Destiny of the Daleks above the norm.
  • A New Direction? – a look at the evolution of Doctor Who under Steven Moffat
  • DWDVD – recent DVD releases Invasion of the Dinosaurs and The Daemons
  • Return of the King – a look at (or a listen to) Tom Baker’s return as the Doctor in Big Finish audios
  • … and more

The issue is 40 b/w A5 pages, fully illustrated with colour covers.

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