Issue 157

Issue 157

Chronic Fatigue
New editor Cameron Dixon introduces himself.
The 2010 series begins; news on the 2011 series and the Adventure Games; and Jo Grant joins The Sarah Jane Adventures!
The Regeneration Issue
Colleen Hillerup describes what it’s been like seeing Doctor Who change over the years.
Temporal Blatherings
James Bow looks at how the changes in the program are reflected by the changes to its title sequence.
Sports Cars and Space Hoppers
New columnist William Hopper learns to accept the fifth Doctor, but will he accept the eleventh?
Dalek In Manhattan
Jason A. Miller examines how Doctor Who came of age in the fifth Doctor’s era.
Crater of Needles
Gian-Luca di Rocco appreciates the sixth Doctor, whether you like it or not.
Fluid Links
Robert Smith? argues that the seventh Doctor is the quietest and most confident of them all.
The Regeneration Issue
Brandon Laraby defines the ninth Doctor’s era as the time when the companion came into her own.
The Celestial Toy Soldier
Steven Dieter believes that David Tennant’s era was a make-or-break period for the new series.
Love & Monsters
Deborah Stanish wonders how Matt Smith’s Doctor will be regarded by his most discerning audience: the kids.
The Land of Fiction
Graeme Burk reviews the special edition DVD of Remembrance of the Daleks. Plus: reviews of The Hollows of Time, Paradise 5, Fugitive, and Chicks Dig Time Lords.

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