Issue 29 Now Out!

29 - Final - Full - Jack Drewell - Medium

WHOTOPIA ISSUE 29 – MAY 2016

THIS ISSUE:

AN UNNECESSARY WAR DOCTOR?
Matthew Kresal considers whether this incarnation was needed after all
INNES LLOYD: AN UNWILLING WARRIOR
David P. May examines the critical influence of producer Innes Lloyd
WHAT’S ALL THE FUSS ABOUT?
Jez Strickley reviews the introductory guide to Doctor Who by Will Hadcroft & Ian Wheeler
THE DOCTOR WHO SCHOLAR
Jeremy Remy’s ongoing academic perspectives on Doctor Who – this issue music
WHO YOU BUILD
David Etches guides us through his full-scale Dalek model making
LOGOPOLIS 6
Michael S. Collins & Jon Arnold go head-to-head in this conversation review of the Fourth Doctor’s finale
MASTER WHO
Dan Tessier’s thoughts on the decaying renegade of The Deadly Assassin & The Keeper of Traken
TARGET TRAWL
Nick Mellish’s quest to read every Target novel continues
REPLAY: TERROR OF THE ZYGONS
Thomas Spychalski puts this classic adventure under the spotlight
SERIES NINE REVIEW: PART TWO
Matthew Kresal concludes his thoughts on the most recent series
THE STORIES THAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN: THE COLIN BAKER ERA
Bob Furnell continues his exploration into the scripts which never made it into production
THE CURATE’S EGG: MEGLOS
Defending yet another controversial subject, Richard Michael ways in with a prickly word or two
THE AUDIO ARCHIVES: STORM WARNING
Andrew Screen continues his look at the works of Big Finish
A TRIBUTE TO ANTHONY READ
Bob Furnell pays tribute to former script editor and series writer, Anthony Read
All this and more in the latest issue

Cover by Jack Drewell

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