And so, like the inevitability of the Eleventh Doctor’s death at Lake Silencio, we are treated to an updated version of the information book that takes the escapades of the renegade Time Lord and his children of time right up to events in The Wedding of River Song.
Former script editor Gary Russell has pooled through all the Doctor Who details you could imagine to bring a thoroughly comprehensive guide to the Doctor. At a massive 400 pages you would be forgiven for thinking that the volume covers the classic series too, but the page count is testament to the detail that Russell has put into the book.
Covering everything from Zygons to Atraxi, four knocks to Geronimo and Wilfred Mott to River Song. Just so you can see how much the show has changed in the last three years!
Available to order now, you can purchase Doctor Who: The Encyclopedia from many websites but the one that we recommend is Amazon, where you are able to get your hands on a copy for a mere seventeen pounds.
The life of the good Doctor has changed unimaginably since 2010, now you can track all the details that you may have missed and even revisit the ones that you didn’t!
Doctor Who: The Encyclopedia is available now, and you’ll find it on Amazon for a bargainous £17.00, an £8 saving on the cover price!