The Dr Who Fannual

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The Dr Who Fannual

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The long awaited Peter Cushing Dr. Who FANNUAL is finally complete! It has taken just over a year to produce (since October 2012) and there are multiple versions for every pocket available of this fan produced Dr. Who annual featuring Peter Cushing as Dr. Who. Choose from Full colour Hardcover and Paperback and Black and White Hardcover and Paperback, all with their own unique colour covers. This fanzine has (including the cover) an impressive 172 pages and contains a mixture of comic strips, stories and features on the characters, the Daleks and even Tardis!:

Black and white interior softback: http://fannual.blogspot.co.uk/2014/01/f ... ition.html

(Alternate black and white interior purple cover is being retired on Friday!: http://www.lulu.com/shop/soft-centre/bl ... 6CC26D1347 )

Black and white interior hardback: http://fannual.blogspot.co.uk/2014/01/f ... cover.html

Colour interior softback: http://fannual.blogspot.co.uk/2014/01/f ... on_22.html

Colour interior hardback: http://fannual.blogspot.co.uk/2014/01/f ... ition.html

- Until February 14, enter code AMOR14 when checking out and get a 14% discount!

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Late discount news! Buy four, get one free! (of equal or lesser value)

Use code TRESACE when checking out.

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Looks excellent, I'll take a punt on the hardback, I think.

Look forward to a mid-70's version, where all the drawings look nothing like the characters they represent.!
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Mark wrote:Look forward to a mid-70's version, where all the drawings look nothing like the characters they represent.!
Not gonna happen... ;-)

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Presumably no features about how we'll all be living on the moon in 25 years, or pages and pages about monsters from Greek mythology?
Great News Inside, Chums!

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Richard Charles Skryngestone wrote:Presumably no features about how we'll all be living on the moon in 25 years, or pages and pages about monsters from Greek mythology?
The first two Hartnell annuals didn't, nor did the Davison or Colin Baker editions. Nor the 1960s Dalek annuals. So in that vein, neither have we...

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Shaqui wrote:
Mark wrote:Look forward to a mid-70's version, where all the drawings look nothing like the characters they represent.!
Not gonna happen... ;-)
Aww!...actually, I quite like those annuals despite that, although my favourite "Who" annual is probably the first Troughton one, some great stories in that, especially "When Starlight Grows Cold", the Annual also has one of my favourite photos, Patrick Troughton in his original costume, complete with his Stove Pipe Hat.
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As a bit of fun, a new variant cover for the Fannual is now available:

http://www.lulu.com/shop/wilton-publish ... 23248.html

- Use the code AMOR14 for 14% off before 14th February!

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LAST CHANCE TO OWN.

The Pink Colour Paperback edition of FANNUAL is being retired on 14th February 2014. Use the code AMOR14 to receive 14% off before this date. Once it's gone, it's gone!

http://www.lulu.com/shop/soft-centre/co ... D06151099E

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At last!

The long awaited full colour paperback edition is available:

http://www.fannual.blogspot.co.uk/2014/ ... ition.html

:D

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