ISSUE 23 Now Available

It’s finally here. The latest issue of Whotopia…

WHOTOPIA ISSUE 23 – MAY 2012

The Moffat Effect:
Just how does Steven Moffat’s show running compare to RTD’s? Gary Phillips investigates

Going Native:
With two series under his belt what is Steven Moffat’s modus operandi? Jon Arnold ponders the question

Double Trouble:
Daniel Tessier examines how copies and duplicates have appeared in the series

The Bob Baker Interview:
Paula Hammond chats with writer Bob Baker in this exclusive interview

Dalek’s Advocate:
In Defence of Time Flight Thomas Spychalski is our newest Dalek advocate in the case for season 19 finale

The Doctor, The Widow and The Wardrobe Reviewed:
Daniel Tessier gives us his thoughts on the 2011 Christmas Special

Wholife
Grant Bull returns with another instalment of his look at Doctor Who fandom

Target Trawl:
Nick Mellish finds out that not every novelization not his cup of tea

The Stories That Might Have Been:
Bob Furnell considers another set of unmade story ideas this time from the Tom Baker era

Series Six Reviews:
Hit or miss? Our review panelists decides how series 6 fared

Sarah Jane Adventures Series 5 Reviews
Our review panelist turn the spotlight on the final series of the Sarah Jane Adventures

Screwdrivers, Scaries and Scarves:
Jez Strickley pays homage to Barry Letts

Dalek’s Advocate: A Response
In the first reply to the column, Thomas Cookson takes up the case against Michael Grade

The Fanzine Corner
Bob Furnell takes a look at the Canadian fanzine scene

Cover by Thomas Evans

ALL THIS AND MORE IN THE LATEST ISSUE OF WHOTOPIA

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