ISSUE 28 OUT NOW!

28  - Dec 2015 - Rob Carpenter - Medium

After a two year break, Whotopia returns with a brand new issue for your enjoyment.

Issue 28 features…

THE KEYS OF MARINUS: AN APPRECIATION
David P. May returns to Whotopia with a fresh look at Terry Nation’s second Doctor Who script

HABITUAL VIEWING
Grant Bull confronts the ultimate viewing marathon

AUDIO ARCHIVES: PHANTASMAGORIA
Andrew Screen hosts this new column taking an in-depth review of this audio adventure

THE DOCTOR WHO SCHOLAR
J.E. Remy brings us an academic perspective on Doctor Who in this new column.

FICTION AND FACT: THE WANDERERS
Fan fiction returns to Whotopia with this offering from Temporal Logbook author Michael Baxter

MASTER OF DISASTER
David P. May critiques the seemingly ineffective Time Lord renegade

MASTER WHO
The first in a series of articles by Daniel Tessier examining each incarnation of the Master

TARGET TRAWL
Nick Mellish’s quest to read every Target novel continues

MEMORIES OF MATT
Nearly two years since the departure of the 11th Doctor, Jez Strickley wonders if absence makes the heart(s) grow fonder

CARNIVAL OF MONSTERS REVIEWED
Richard Farrell uncovers greater meaning in this much-loved Robert Holmes story

THE STORIES THAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN: THE DAVISON ERA
Bob Furnell continues his exploration into the scripts which never made it into production

THE CURATE’S EGG: RE-TRIAL OF A TIME LORD
Richard Michaels launches Whotopia’s tribute column in the memory of late contributor Gary Phillips

All this and more in the latest issue.

To download your copy of Issue 28, visit http://www.whotopia.ca

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