In this issue:
- Battle of the Superfans: we pit the show’s self-proclaimed biggest fanatics against each other to discover who deserves the title of Ultimate Superfan!
- New Matt Smith interview: the actor explains why playing the Doctor can be a solitary existence
- Arthur Darvill Fannish Inquisition: you quiz Rory Williams on dying, gerbils and series seven
- The Ten Greatest Doctor Who Moments You’ll (Probably) Never See: the most tantalising scenes from Who’s missing episodes, as imagined by the fabulous artists behind the Reign Of Terror DVD animation
- Full series six episode guide: 14-episodes examined minute-by-minute!
- A Hitch In Time: looking at Patrick Troughton’s other time travelling role
- Tom Baker & Louise Jameson interviewed: we put your questions to the Fourth Doctor and Leela
- Interview with Who DVD head Dan Hall
- Christmas special preview
- Every monster ever in our huge colour illustration
- The history of guns in Doctor Who
- The Doctor in The Sarah Jane Adventures
- The secret diary of a Doctor Who addict
- "Chasing Christopher Eccleston": our (unsuccessful) attempts to grab a word with the Ninth Doctor!
- Eleven brilliant Who writers – including Tom Macrae, Toby Whithouse, James Moran and Matthew Graham – choose their favourite Doctor
- In-depth interview with top artist Chris Achilleos – complete with two brand new illustrations
- The latest instalment in our rib-tickling cartoon strip Arthur “Dies Daily” Darvill Vs Murderous Moffat
- What happened when we went trolling on forums
- The most amazing memorabilia collection of them all
- Results of our “draw the Doctor’s bedroom” competition
Plus: » Terry Nation » Naughty spoofs » Target books » Radio Times covers » The “Inbetween” years » Toby Hadoke on tour » 20 things we learned from series six » Are you spoilerphobic? » Interviewing the audio makers » Geeky confessions » The Doctor Who Experience » Every Who episode EVER rated » The Who How » Back to Paradise Towers » 50th anniversary wishlist » What the general public think of Who » (And nothing at all about the Australian K-9 series!)
The magazine is out today and available in all good newsagents, and may also be ordered online.