Read between: 5th- 10th of April.
Number of pages: 128
Rating: ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
Review: This book follows the same format as the previous issues, but the episodes included in this one are the first two of a brand new era- The Twelfth Doctor’s, played by Peter Capaldi. (Deep Breath and Into the Dalek )
It also included a breakdown of his entire first series which I liked as it enabled me to recap Series 8 before they release the next issues featuring the remaining episodes.
Again, the pages were colour coded, but there were less colours in this one compared to the last issue I read as that featured four episodes. However, with production, pre-production and broadcast all being set up in individual sections, I once again found it very interesting to find out about the elements of Doctor Who we don’t see.
In this issue, the profiles were a little different. The first featured Peter Capaldi- the main actor and his many roles over the years, the second was more interesting. Phil Ford, writer of episode two (Into the Dalek) also got a profile. This was nice as I could find out about someone who is just as important as the actors, but in an offscreen premise.
I really love how these books are formatted and will keep collecting them!
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