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TSV 47

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Today TSV 47 went online, and there's a substantial bias towards the books this issue, with an article on the making of Just War, an interview with David Bishop on his novel Who Killed Kennedy, and an article on items cut from the DisContinuity Guide, as well as the already-online Not So New Adventures article on Transit. There are articles touching on other topics, such as Paul Scoones' piece on the aborted Doctor Who: The Motion Picture.

There's also another installment of Tardis Tales and one of my favourite of the TSV comic strips, a post-War Games second Doctor adventure named Hyperborea, written by David Ronayne and drawn by Peter Adamson. Speaking of which, David's letter says he was situated in Ulaan Baatar, Outer Mongolia - what was up with that?! There's also a letter from one Alden Bates writing about the rumour that the Doctor would reveal in the Paul McGann TV Movie that he was half-human. As it turns out, sometimes rumours can be true... These days, that letter would have needed a spoiler warning on it. :)

Next issue: lots and lots about the TV Movie!
See also: write-ups by Paul and Jamas!
Previously: TSV 46

Posted June 9, 2007 5:28 PM

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"Speaking of which, David's letter says he was situated in Ulaan Baatar, Outer Mongolia - what was up with that?!"

ummm, It was supposed to be a bit of a joke of sorts. At the time the issue came out I was supposed to be in Ulaan Baatar, but due to some problems with Chinese buracracy I was still in Tibet in April 1996, and only go into Mongolia at the start of May...

Posted by: David Ronayne | June 11, 2007 8:17 PM

Ahhh, You were actually there then! Interesting. :)

Posted by: Alden Bates | June 11, 2007 8:30 PM

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