22 July 2011

The Terrible Zodin # 11 (Summer 2011)

With apologies for the delay....

The Terrible Zodin # 11 is now available for free download. Celebrating the lively and colourful world of Doctor Who in comics we bring you an exclusive Magenta Pryce cover by Dan McDaid and artist Kris Carter gives us the low down on inking and illustrating. We have articles on The Dalek Chronicles, Grant Morrison’s comic strips, Business as Usual and reviews of the best Doctor Who comics out there. All this plus a number of our talented contributors bring you their own original strips for your reading pleasure.

Also this issue we reveal TTZ’s encounter with the Moff himself, ponder how old the Doctor is, reveal how to throw your own Doctor Who themed wedding and support the campaign to make The Curse of Fatal Death canon.

The Monster of Peladon gets the No! Not The Mind Probe! treatment, the Back2theWhoture team watch The Time Meddler and The Time Warrior and we say goodbye to Sarah Jane Smith.

All that plus the concluding part to our exclusive interview with Doctor Who legend Terrance Dicks, where he reveals the earth shattering truth about The Terrible Zodin’s murky origins.

So what are you doing reading this blurb when you can be downloading the issue for free? We really value your feedback so please let us know what you think of the issue afterwards – here, by emailing theterriblezodinezine@yahoo.co.uk, or joining us on Facebook and Twitter.

And look on the bright side, this issue may have been a wee bit later than intended but it just means there’s less time to wait till the next one! If you want to be a part of TTZ12, drop us a line, we’d love to hear from you.


Click here to download The Terrible Zodin #11 (Summer 2011)

1 comment:

Tony Keen said...

Thanks for the review. One point on which I disagree though, is that the new series is neglected in the scholarship - if anything, these days it's the other way round, and even where the new series isn't explicitly the subject (as in our book and Matt Hills'), collections of articles and conferences seem to be more focussed on new Who than Classic Who. (I was joking last week that someone should organise a conference where you get thrown out the moment you mention RTD.)