Figures out today for Doctor Who Magazine and Doctor Who Adventures show both titles experiencing a drop in total average net circulation per issue, with the latter falling beneath the 50,000 mark.
In the results, part of the Audit Bureau of Circulations report for consumer magazines over the period covering July to December 2011, DWM registered a negligible decrease of 0.2 per cent to 30,614 per issue from 30,682 over the preceding six-month period (January to June 2011), while DWA's circulation fell by 3.1 per cent to 48,470 from 50,013.
When compared against the similar period of July to December 2010, however, both publications showed a far more significant drop, with Panini's DWM recording an 8.8 per cent fall from 33,554 and Immediate Media Company's DWA sliding by 14.4 per cent from 56,648.
During the July to December 2009 period, DWM's circulation figure was estimated to be about 29,000 (this was before it was included in the ABC figures) and DWA's was 44,664.
For the official certificates for each title, which include a comprehensive statistical breakdown, click here for DWM and here for DWA.
The next set of circulation figures, covering January to June 2012, will be published on 16th August.