The Tides of Time print edition – issue 42

Tides42-frontcoverfinalWe’re pleased to announce that the print edition of the new issue of The Tides of Time is now available to order.

The issue is 64 pages, colour, A5, and can be ordered within the UK for £4.25 via PayPal. Contact us for information about overseas orders.

A PDF will be available for download in the near future, but please consider ordering the print version.

Features include

The Time of Doctor Puppet James Ashworth talks to Alisa Stern, creator of The Doctor Puppet

At Last, the Universe is Calling Georgia Harper looks forward from September to the promise of the Thirteenth Doctor

‘I Can Hear the Sound of Empires Toppling’ Sam Sheppard examines Doctor Who from the point of view of a deaf fan

Summer of ’65 Adam Kendrick reviews the summer of Doctor Who on Twitch

The Barbara Wright Stuff Guest contributor Sophie Iles explains how Doctor Who on Twitch turned her into a professional Doctor Who artist

Tonight, I should liveblog… Georgia Harper on the joys of Doctor Who liveblogging

Love Letters to Doctor Who Rogan Clark takes a twenty-first century fan’s look at the 2018 Target novelizations

Top or Flop? Kill the Moon The controversial Peter Capaldi story debated by William Shaw and Sam Sheppard, with a haiku by William Shaw and introduction and limerick by James Ashworth

Utopia 2018 James Ashworth meets Katy Manning, Waris Hussein, the casts of Class and The Keeper of Traken at Fantom’s Utopia 2018 convention

Past and Present Mixed Up Matthew Kilburn explains the background to his Black Archive entry on The Time Warrior

Doctors Assemble James Ashworth explores the connections between Doctor Who and the worlds of Marvel Comics

The Fan Show Ian Bayley reflects on Peter Capaldi’s panel at London Film and Comic Con 2018

Empty Pockets, Empty Shelves Thoughts by Matthew Kilburn on the transition between Peter Capaldi’s Doctor’s library-like TARDIS in Twice Upon a Time and Jodie Whittaker’s empty pockets in The Woman Who Fell to Earth

Blind Drunk at Sainsbury’s Is Big Finish’s attempt at presenting a woman Doctor in Exile a suitable precedent for Jodie Whittaker? No, says James Ashworth, but in many more words

A Stone’s Throw, Part Four. The last part of John Salway’s tale of the fourth and fifth Doctors

This Mild Curiosity William Shaw tells of Facebook group Time And Relative Dimensions In Shitposting

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