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Doctor Who - fanzines
Most of these are from the 'golden age' of fandom in the mid 80's to early 90's, when you could regularly find the likes of Paul Cornell, Gareth Roberts, Gary Russell and Keith Topping writing and editing.
Prices shown are per issue, UK postage is £1.50 for first zine, 40p for each additional zine. Payments can be made by cheque, postal order or Paypal - please email me first with a list of the items you are interested in.

TITLE ISSUE COMMENTS/CONDITION Format Price
CELESTIAL TOYROOM 1990: Feb, Nov-Dec.
1991: April, Sept.
1992: July, Sept.
1993: Feb, April, June, Aug, Oct, Dec.
1994: Jan, Mar, June-Dec.
1995: Jan-June
Dr Who Appreciation Society (DWAS) magazine A4 £1.50
DWAS COMPANIONS VOLUME 1977 (Autumn) Produced by Jeremy Bentham, a 40 page zine covering the Doctor's companions up to 1977, with photos and illustrations. Slight tear to last 3 pages, otherwise EX. A4 £3
DWAS INDEX FILE The Daemons A4 £2
DWAS: Panopticon 1990 - Souvenir Programme for the 1990 convention, comes as loose A4 sheets in a clear plastic sleeve, with full colour Ghost Light print by artist Colin Howard. EX. A4 SOLD
DWAS: Troughton Tribute 1988 40 pages, with full colour cover, overview of Troughton's career, with contributions from Colin Baker, Nick Courtney, Wendy Padbury. Glossy production with lots of photos. EX A4 £4.50
DWB 67, 69, 70, 74, 82, 85, 90-93, 95, 96, 98, 99, 102-130
Editor: Gary Leigh (later David Gibbs and Anthony Brown). Originally standing for Dr Who Bulletin, then becoming DreamWatch Bulletin to reflect coverage of other sf/fantasy shows, and finally making the transition to full comercial publication as Dreamwatch. Commenced in 1983 A4 67-99 £2.95 each, 102-130 £2.50 each
DWB DWB Power of the Daleks Photonovel (revised reprint) A4 £5.00
DREAMWATCH 1-10 Commercial successor to Dr Who Bulletin (DWB) A4 £2.50
DOCTOR WHO MONTHLY 44- Official Doctor Who magazine from Marvel. 44-75 £3.50, 76-100 £3, 101 on £2.50
THE FRAME 11-17, Best of issues 1-3 Glossy semi-professional colour zine - arguably the king of fanzines. Started in 1986. Writers/Producers Howe/Stammers/Walker went on to produce several official Doctor Who books. A4 £4.50
WHOVIAN TIMES Editor: Ron Katz. Produced by the Doctor Who Fan Club of America (DWFCA) Tabloid SOLD

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