Doctor Who Adventures Issue 92

BBC Magazines has now kindly sent the Tardis Base the cover and details for Doctor Who Adventures issue 92 which was released yesterday. The cover can be seen to the left and below is the press release;

Alien animals!

In this week’s Doctor Who Adventures we look at how animal-like some of the scariest Who monsters are. Just think of the rhino-like Judoon and the claw-snapping Macra, not to mention the creepy Catkind and the bubbling Hath. Our fact file compares these terrifying monsters to their Earthbound cousins.

We’ve also got news on a terrifying new addition to the Doctor Who exhibition at London’s Earls Court, plus competition tickets up for grabs!

We look back at the first time Sarah Jane encountered Davros in Genesis of the Daleks. And there are behind-the-scene secrets from Journey’s End.

You’ll also get the chance to win a radio-controlled Supreme Dalek.

The issue comes with a FREE Cyberman stationery set, which includes a Cybus Industries pencil case, a Cyber eraser, a pencil and stickers. Upgrade your boring old stationery now!


  • Exclusive posters! Planet of the Ood, and a Hath soldier!
  • Fact file: Brilliant acts of courage from unsung heroes
  • Sarah Jane interview: We speak to Daniel Anthony – joker of the SJA gang, Clyde
  • Who’s where: Trouble at the Shadow Proclamation HQ
  • Blast from the past: The birth of the Daleks
  • Sarah Jane Adventures: A special preview of part two of The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith
  • Doctor’s data: Ninth Doctor facts
  • Ultimate guide: The final part of our mini mag about the TARDIS
  • Comic strip: A yucky experience for Donna in the concluding part of Time Flies.
  • Subscription offer: Subscribe today and get a DVD box set of the complete first series of The Sarah Jane Adventures.

Doctor Who Adventures issue 92, priced £2.10, is out now. Don’t delete!

This issue of Doctor Who Adventures is on sale across the UK and Ireland and it comes free with a Cyberman stationery set. Issue 93 comes free with an inflatable Tardis.