Wednesday, 23 June 2010

Fish Fingers and Custard - Issue 1 OUT NOW!

It’s here…and it’s about time!

Issue 1 of Fish Fingers and Custard, a Doctor Who fanzine that takes a light-hearted look at the show and its fandom.

In this issue:

The Eleventh Hour Review
The infamous ‘PBS Hijacking Incident’
Interview with Doctor Who Podshock’s Louis Trapani
‘Cracks’ an original 11th Doctor story
Invasion Convention review
‘The Doctor In Wonderland’
“It Could Have Been A Spin-off”

Plus: Actor Harry Sedgewick pens his own exclusive column

And much, much more!


You can download the 36-page PDF file here (Please note that the download site experiences heavy traffic, so the file may not always be available, just keep trying!)

The paper version will be released soon, check back soon for updates

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5 comments:

  1. It says: "The file you are trying to access is temporarily unavailable."
    :-(

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  2. Took a few times but it worked. ISSUE 1 looks fantastic!! I haven't read the whole thing yet but you did an AMAZING job Daniel - thanks for sharing with us!!
    :-)

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  3. A Good Entertaing read,lookinf forwards to future editions :)

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  4. Read a few pages, really enjoyed what I've read so far and decided I'd rather have me a paper copy to flick through / keep / collect like the big geek I am.

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  5. if you get that error, you may be able to "read it online" then save the pdf from there.

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