Issue 167

Issue 167
Chronic Fatigue
Cameron Dixon considers the first great unanswered question of the Steven Moffat era.
The latest news from the worlds of Doctor Who.
Block Transfers
Julie Chaston reviews The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe.
Crater of Needles
Gian-Luca di Rocco examines the series’ depiction of faith and religion.
Fluid Links
Robert Smith? and co-author Graeme Burk describe the writing of the episode guide Who is the Doctor.
David J. Lamb considers whether The Talons of Weng-Chiang is appropriate entertainment.
Venusian Lullabies
Sarah Ennals studies the use of lycanthropy as a motif in the Andrew Cartmel era.
Sports Cars and Space Hoppers
William Hopper wonders what deities are held up for worship in Doctor Who.
Monsterpiece Theatre
Eric Briggs delivers the correspondence of Robert Holmes following the broadcast of Spearhead from Space.
The Land of Fiction
Graeme Burk reviews three special edition DVD releases: The Tomb of the Cybermen, The Three Doctors, and Carnival of Monsters. Also, DVD reviews of The Gunfighters, Invasion of the Dinosaurs, The Sensorites, The Face of Evil, The Robots of Death Special Edition, and Death to the Daleks; the Eighth Doctor joins Mary Shelley for another trilogy of Big Finish audios; the Fourth Doctor audios Wrath of the Iceni and Energy of the Daleks; and Elisabeth Sladen: The Autobiography.


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