Post by anothermanicmondas on May 21, 2016 15:52:27 GMT
Novel Adaptations Volume 1 N0 3350 Novel Adaptations Volume 2 NO 1404 Worlds of Doctor Who NO 876 The 6th Doctor: The Last Adventure NO 632 The Light at the End NO 04406 The 10th Doctor Adventures Volume 1 NO 318
the 10th Doctor Adventures volume 2 no 0877
the 10th Doctor Adventures volume 1 no 0434
The Prisoner Volume 1 It is not a Number it is a free ... oh wait it is NO 173 Captain Scarlet Anniversary Special no 1932 (the year Ed Bishop was born)
edit decided this post was the best place for my "Every number is special" "game" for my latest such purchase -10th doctor vol 1
David Tennant's run on Doctor Who was from "The Christmas Invasion" to "The end of Time part 2" it consisted of 3 seasons 1 short for Children in Need and 8 full length specials giving my 318 number
my signed copies are Omega Factor series 1 (Cast members Louise & John), The Axis of Insanity (writer Simon Furman), The Sword of Orion (cast members Michelle Livingstone & Toby Longworth and from BBC worldwide - Jacqueline Rayner) Seasons of Fear (writers Paul Cornell and Caroline Symcox) Music from 5th Doctor Adventures (Peter Davison) Music from 6th Doctor Adventures (Colin Baker)
edit August 2016 - update for a LATE addition Edit September 2017 - S.I.G. edit December 2017 - 10th Doctor vol 2 - 0877 "Every number is special" -877 is significant because the Doctor and Rose parted in the episode Doomsday broadcast on 8th July at 7PM 877 is also significant to Classic Doctor Who as 1987 was the debut of the 7th Doctor
edit February 2018 - updated signed list with warehouse clearance purchases edit May 2019
Light at the End #6146 Novel Adaptations 1 - Download Novel Adaptations 2 - Download Worlds of Doctor Who - Download The Last Adventure #721 The Prisoner #476 Tenth Doctor Adventures Vol 1 #291 Tenth Doctor Adventures Vol 2 #694 Captain Scarlet #1532
If we're talking signed: Tom Baker Colin Baker Jacqueline Pearce Frankenstein Omega Factor Audiobook Omega Factor Series 1 (anyone have a signed Picture of Dorian Gray they want to sell me?)
I wonder how many copies of limited editions are actually available to buy? I assume everyone involved get a copy (writer, director, cast, sound producer, producer, BF Towers?), so out of say a run of 1000, could we expect 20,or 50 copies to already be allocated? Just curious...
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