After a somewhat quiet Christmas, we're all set for a busy year of Doctor Who! But like everyone in the UK at the moment, we're shit scared of the all the snow outside and we're even finding it difficult to sneak past hoards of snowmen so we can panic buy bread, milk and DWM's from the local supermarket.
So with all that in mind, we're stuck on our computers and have decided to get on with this year's issues. We're looking for the usual 'anything to do with Doctor Who' scribblings, to be more specific however, we're mainly looking for reviews of the latest episode of Doctor Who, The Snowmen. We need as many in-depth reviews as possible - positive, negative or both! So don't be put off if you don't share the general reaction, in fact, we'll love to hear as many different point of views as possible! Please make you reviews no more than 750 words and no less than 1. Any number between the two is also fine. Seeing as it's the 50th anniversary, we're also interested in stories from fans of how they got into Doctor Who and how that first watch made them feel. Or, seeing as we're 50 years up, if any of your older family enjoyed the programme when they were young too! If any of that interests you, please feel free to e-mail us at email@example.com at any time. The deadline for the next Issue is the 28th February.
It would be remiss of me not to mention the fact we've got some 2013 Subscriptions on sale. For just £6 (plus P+P) you will receive four crisp paper copies of the fanzine as they are released, PLUS some free gifts every issue. Don't worry, they won't be attached to the actual fanzine, meaning that tearing the gift away will rip off the front cover. We'd be grateful to anyone who takes up this option, as it'll allow us to plan in advance and reimburse ourselves so we can buy our partners some jewellery, so they don't leave us for a life-sized Tumblr picture of Benedict Cumberbatch. You can purchase subscriptions (as well as a load more tat, coming soon) from our shop. Please note that this offer ends on the 1st March.