Doctor Who: The Whographica

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  • Explore the rich history of Doctor Who like never before, through colorful and creative visualizations and infographics in this captivating, intriguing, beautiful, and strange compendium

    The Doctor’s family tree, the strangest weapons in the whole universe, the frequency of the letter “A” in the names of companions—these curiosities, and many others, are explored in detail, complete with visually-stunning infographics in Doctor Who: Whographica.

    Each double-page spread presents a fascinating, visual insight into a particular aspect of Doctor Who. Divided into twelve sections—The Doctor, Earth, Daleks, the TARDIS, Friends and Companions, Alien Worlds and more—Whographica features double-page spreads which offer fascinating, visual insight into a particular aspect of the show.

    With interesting and fascinating information, Whographica is a perfect introduction to the extraordinary universe of the series, and an engaging sourcebook that will delight long-term aficionados, presenting the history of Doctor Who in an entirely new and enthralling way.

    Steve O’Brien is a film and television journalist. In his eighteen-year career he has written for SFX Magazine, Sci-Fi Now, Total Film, and Empire and is a regular contributor to the official Doctor Who Magazine. He has also made many appearances on documentaries included on the Doctor Who DVD range and on BBC Four.

    Simon Guerrier has written numerous Doctor Who books, comics, audio plays, and documentaries. He regularly writes for Horrible Histories Magazine and the medical journal The Lancet Psychiatry. With his brother Thomas, he also makes films and documentaries—most recently The Fundamentalist Queen, about the wife of Oliver Cromwell, which aired on Radio 3.

    Ben Morris is an Edinburgh-based illustrator. He is a regular contributor to Doctor Who Adventures comic and also Doctor Who Magazine, for which he illustrates Steven Moffat’s Production Notes column (originally Russell T Davies’). His illustrations appeared in the 2011 and 2012 editions of The Brilliant Book of Doctor Who.