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Thursday, 21 July 2016

Doctor Who Adventures Number 17 - Cover and Details




On sale Thursday 21st July, price £3.99

You know something has been missing from your summer… well that’s all about to change with the latest issue of Doctor Who Adventures!

PIRATES OF VOURAKISJames Peaty, Russ Leach and John Burns take you to Earth Colony Vourakis as we encounter the Skinks holding the planet to ransom! Can the Doctor avoid being dragged into a black hole? What do you think?
ALIEN KNOWLEDGE
It’s time to test your alien knowledge with this universe-wide mastermind quiz!
MAKE YOUR OWN FAMILY OF BLOOD MINI SCARECROW
Missy shows you how to make your own terrifying Family of Blood Scarecrow!
CALL THE DOCTORS!
Find the Doctors in a crazy Shopping Mall scene!
STRAX AND THE TIME SHARK!
Strax takes on the school bullies with a little help from his Time Shark!
THE PATERNOSTER GANG INVESTIGATES
The Paternoster Gang investigate the Curious Case of the Miniature Menaces!

Doctor Who Adventures #17 – The Future is Now!
Issue 17 comes with a giant poster and a free Dalek figure
Issue Number: 17
Price: £3.99
Covermounted Gift: Giant poster and a free Dalek figure
On sale: Thursday 21st July, 2016

Sunday, 17 July 2016

Toby Jones: my Doctor Who Dream Lord could return

The actor says he would be pleased to see the 2010 character return to the sci-fi show...

Toby Jones would like to bring back his Doctor Who character The Dream Lord.

The character, written by Simon Nye, was a major antagonist for the Doctor and his companions in the series 7 episode Amy’s Choice in 2010.

He set a villainous trap for Matt Smith’s Time Lord where he and his companions Amy (Karen Gillan) and fiancĂ© Rory (Arthur Darvill) repeatedly fell asleep and woke up in a different reality.

Jones told RadioTimes.com that the part could return - and he would be up for it. “I think he can return, but then again I think every character I‘ve ever played can return. I’d be very happy to return to most of them. The Dream Lord is especially equipped to return because he doesn’t really exist. It would just need him to upload himself as a bit of software, thereby securing immortality.”


Read the full interview at  Radio Times by Ben Dowell

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