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Doctor Who Annual, 2006


Doctor Who Annual, 2006

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    Available in PDF Format | Doctor Who Annual, 2006.pdf | English
    Philip MacDonald(Author) Clayton Hickman(Editor) Peri Godbolo(Designer)
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Thrilling adventures in Time and Space! Four Stories, a comic strip, features and puzzles.Featuring Christopher Eccleston as the Doctor.

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  • By mrdubyadee on 27 February 2015

    As both myself and my daughter are fans of the good Doctor and now that my young un is old enough to read,i thought i'd pick up a few of the older annuals to keep her (us) occupied.This is a pretty good book with comic strips,stories puzzles,behind the scenes articles and some info on past incarnations of the Doctor.Better than some of the more recent Doctor Who annuals anyway.8/10

  • By Poldy on 26 September 2005

    The problem with the old annuals is that they were all written by the same people, and people who clearly had no idea what the TV show was about. I clearly recall reading the ones in the eighties, and recognising stories that had been ripped off from TV episodes.This time, that is not a problem, as the people behind the Doctor Who Magazine have put this annual together; not only that, it also features stories written by people who worked on the recent TV series.The story of the sentient rain is the standout, but all the stories really capture the characters of the Ninth Doctor and Rose, and their sheer enjoyment of what they're doing. The only downside is the rubbish quizzes, but, since they remind the reader of the old annuals, this is not really a bad thing.In all, a marvellous way to spend a few hours.

  • By Jenster on 17 September 2015

    what's not to love? Wibbly-wobbly-timey-wimey, etc. And its interesting to see the format changes between this and the "Brilliant Books" under the Moffat/Smith domain.

  • By Madeleine Humphrey on 26 April 2014

    My son loves everything Doctor Who and threfore again it was the right present to make up a father christmas sack for my child for christmas.

  • By JP on 21 November 2014

    Contrary to the seller's description, this Annual is completely ripped and dog eared down the outer spine/front cover - whilst I fully understand it is a second hand book, it was clearly stated as being in Very Good condition (.. ''limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. This book has clearly been well maintained..'') and was purchased in good faith as a much wanted Christmas present, which clearly I am now unable to offer given its ugly appearance. Very very disappointed.

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