Thursday, 29 November 2007

K-9's 30th Anniversary DWM Special

"Happy 30th Birthday K9!" says the front page in the current issue 388 of Doctor Who Magazine. The magazine is focused on K-9's 30th Anniversary with several pages on K-9. There is also an article on the Sarah Jane Adventures which I am always sad that he isn't present in. There are a few reference shots of K-9 in the magazine, but sadly not many. There are larger and better photos of Catherine Tate... Grr..

The DWM Website

This is what their web-page said about the issue...
Issue no: Issue #388
Release Date: Thursday 18th October 2007
Pricing: UK £3.99 , US $7.99, AU$13.50

Doctor Who Magazine - Issue #388 DWM Press Release

Elisabeth Sladen, star of ‘The Sarah Jane Adventures’, talks exclusively to Doctor Who Magazine about her brand new series...

“When Russell first suggested ‘Sarah Jane Adventures’, I wondered where they could take her, but she’s opened up and I’ve absolutely relished that. I loved that period of finding things in Sarah Jane, and it’s all come back. I’m so pleased.”

Lis also reveals more about forthcoming stories, including the series’ dramatic conclusion, ‘The Lost Boy’…

“All hell breaks loose! Sarah Jane tries to do the right thing, but then someone shows her something… and it’s not the right thing. There’s someone else who knows about the shenanigans in the attic. And Sarah Jane gets the shock of her life, too!”

Also in the issue, there’s exclusive access to the set of Series Four’s Roman episode with director Colin Teague; new companion Catherine Tate chats about Donna, Daleks and difficult crowds; K9’s birthday is celebrated as the magazine looks back fondly over 30 years of the Doctor’s metal pooch; actor Noel Clarke reveals what happened when he met the Daleks; the Doctor and Martha are deep in trouble in Part 3 of their latest comic strip adventure ‘The First’; acclaimed writer Steven Moffat talks candidly about who he fancies, childhood hobbies and what makes him cross as he plucks questions from Out of the TARDIS tin; and executive producer Russell T Davies writes about the Things You Don’t Write in Production Notes.

All this, plus the latest exclusive news on the new series, plus reviews, DVD previews and competitions.