Saturday, 8 August 2015


CHANGING THE FACE OF DOCTOR WHO: In an alternative television universe, Colin Brockhurst's fabulous artwork and concept design makes sense..makes you think about it... the possibilities of what could have, should have, might have been... Peter Cushing as The Master in the BBC's Dr Who television series, Yutte Stensgaard as Jo Grant, the doctor's assistant...and the Target paperback of episode 'Project Zeta-Sigma' features Peter Cushing as The Master too...and there's MORE. MUCH more. And you can find it : HERE

'Changing the Face of Doctor Who is a selection of posters, merchandise, listings and ephemera that imagines different actors in the roles of the first eight Doctors, some who were merely considered, some who were approached and one who should have been. All magazine covers are 'actual size' and have been professionally printed on heavy 250gsm silk paper..... Changing the Face of Doctor Who features some fascinating ideas and artwork, as seen below, including An A3 print (29.7 x 42.0cm or 11.69 x 16.53 inches) of the cover of an imaginary November 23-29, 1963, issue of Radio Times featuring the First Doctor, GEOFFREY BAYLDON. The cover is printed so as to be 'actual size' and as utterly authentic as possible...

All the goodies below..... the whole package contains, A mockup of a novelisation of the unmade story, The Masters of Luxor, starring GEOFFREY BAYLDON. Please note that although the size and design of the book resembles one of the first run of Target novelisations, the pages within come from random paperbacks from such literary luminaries as Dan Brown and Jackie Collins. Artwork by the brilliant Steve Andrew. The cover of an imaginary November 1966 issue of the BBC's in-house magazine, Ariel, featuring the Second Doctor, BRIAN BLESSED. A3 print. A set of telesnaps from the first episode of The Destiny of Doctor Who, introducing BRIAN BLESSED as the Doctor, plus Radio Times listing. The telesnaps are actual size. A3 print.The January 1st 1970 cover of Radio Times, publicising RON MOODY's debut as the Third Doctor, in the Yeti story The Laird of McCrimmon. A3 print. A jim-dandy RON MOODY metal badge measuring 37mm, designed to resemble the 1971 Sugar Smacks badges (these). Artwork by Steve Andrew. A 4"x6" double-sided postcard of the 2-8 January 1971 Radio Times cover, featuring RON MOODY as the Third Doctor, Peter Cushing as the Master, David Langton as the Brigadier and Yutte Stensgaard as Jo Grant. A 3.5" x 5.5" (approx) RON MOODY publicity card with preprinted signature.The cover of a (non-existent) magazine promoting the debut of GRAHAM CROWDEN as the Fourth Doctor, also featuring the irreplaceable Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith. A3 print. An interview (made up, of course) from a January 1982 edition of Radio Times, with the Fifth Doctor himself, RICHARD GRIFFITHS. A3 print.he Target novelisation cover (flat) of the Fifth Doctor's introductory story, Project Zeta-Sigma, which starred RICHARD GRIFFITHS with Peter Cushing's Master. Measures 9"x7", approximately, on thick card.Doctor Who Magazine announces the new Sixth Doctor, RICHARD O'BRIEN, on the cover of its June 1984 issue. A3 print.An (actual size) DVD cover for the 1989 Seventh Doctor story Storm Over Avallion, starring KEN CAMPBELL, David Langton, Sara Griffiths (introduced in Delta and the Bannermen) and Jean Marsh. A4 print.A faux Doctor Who publicity photo of KEN CAMPBELL, with pre-printed signature. 4" x 6" on card. A 1987 BBC Press Release announcing the casting of KEN CAMPBELL. A4 print. Doctor Who returned in 1996, with an American flavour and RIK MAYALL in the title role...and one final A3 poster with a few bits and pieces that didn't make it into the set, eight title sequences and the artists' workings.

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