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Shooty Dog Thing
 

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By:Paul Castle
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Released:  January 2010
Publisher:  Hirst Publishing
ISBN:978-0-9557149-4-8
Format: paperback
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Note:  Compilation of issues 1-10 of acclaimed Doctor Who fanzine Shooty Dog Thing with added new content. Followed by a sequel, 2th and Claw.

Cover blurb:
fanzine [ˈfænˌziːn] n.
a small-circulation magazine produced by amateurs for fans of a specific interest.


Since the 1970s, Doctor Who fans have written and produced fanzines. Some of the most quirky, passionate and subversive writing is still to be found in the pages of lovingly crafted, home-spun, desktop-published fanzines, and Shooty Dog Thing is no exception.

Cool and accessible, Shooty Dog Thing is inspiring a new wave of fandom. This book will make you remember why you fell in love with Doctor Who in the first place; challenging established views, covering The Doctor’s travels on TV, in books, comic strips and on audio; and finding reasons to love this very special show just that little bit more than the casual viewer.

Shooty Dog Thing is louder, braver, and more loving. The best of the first 10 issues is compiled here for your enjoyment, along with some lovely, juicy new stuff.

If you love Doctor Who, you’ll love this.


‘It includes the funny, the heart warming, the charming, and also the awkward, the arty, the angry. Doctor Who fandom has always been a brawling froth of creativity.’
Paul Cornell, Doctor Who writer.

‘There are some genuinely cool things to read.’
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‘Read it. Loved it. All good!’
Joe Lidster, Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures writer


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