In Fandom‘s Shadow: Being a Doctor Who Fan from the 1990s to Today
 

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By:Aaron John Gulyas
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Released:  September 2013
Publisher:  Deserted Moon Press
ISBN:978-0-615-88940-5
Format: paperback
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Doctor Who has been a global phenomenon for half a century. In this brief, personal account historian and author Aaron John Gulyas explores his own fandom in the context of Doctor Who’s growth and development from its initial end in 1989 to its resurgence in 2005 and through today.

Embracing the various avenues the Doctor Who story took, from the 1996 television movie to the New Adventures series of novels, In Fandom’s Shadow examines the role that fandom-writ-large played in shaping one particular fan’s Doctor Who life.


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