Thursday, 13 March 2014

Issues 1 and 2 temporarily sold out.

Scarman informs me that Issues 1 and 2 of 'Plaything of Sutekh' are now regretfully out of print. This is purely temporary and they will be back in print around the time of our next issue. Thanks to everyone who has supported the fanzine.

Wednesday, 15 January 2014

Issue 3 of 'Plaything of Sutekh' out now!



Issue 3 of Plaything of Sutekh is now available.

The new issue features:

·     Don't Shoot - He's British! - Matt Kilburn looks at the cultural influences on the Doctor's identity.

·     Matt Finish - John Connors looks at 2013's new episodes and Matt Smith's final episodes

·     Messiah! - Greg Bartlem looks at the changing depiction of the Doctor in the post-2005 series

·     Seasonal Gear Changes - Jez Strickley spots similarities between Terror of the Zygons and The Seeds of Doom.

·     Pat's Back - Were they worth the wait? A look at the two recently recovered Troughtons.

·     Secret Who - underrated stories Enlightenment and The Invisible Enemy

·     DWDVD - a new angle on stories recently released on DVD The Tenth Planet and The Mind of Evil

·     plus - The Liverpool Connection, David Whitaker's Dalek novel, the return of the Eighth and more

Issue 3 is 40 A5 pages, fully illustrated with colour covers

To order, please send a Paypal payment (via paypal.co.uk or paypal.com to
playthingofsutekh@mail.com

Please add your address in the notes section. You can also pay by cheque - please drop us an email for the payee details.

Plaything of Sutekh is a non-profit publication.

Price £2.40 - please add postage below.

Plus postage:-

    * UK: postage included
    * Elsewhere in Europe: add £1.70 for 1 issue or £3.00 for 2 or 3 issues.
    * Outside Europe: add £3.90 for up to 3 issues.



Issues 1 and 2 back in print



















To tie in with the publication of the new issue, Issues 1 and 2 of Plaything of Sutekh are back in print for a limited period. Each issue is packed with opinion, reviews, new artwork and the occasional funny bit. Contents are detailed on previous blog posts - just scroll down for more details.

Each issue is 40 b/w A5 pages, fully illustrated with colour covers.

To order, please send a Paypal payment (via paypal.co.uk or paypal.com) to playthingofsutekh@mail.com

Please add your name & address and the issues you require in the notes section. 
You can also pay by cheque - please drop us an email for the payee details. 
The fanzine is a non-profit publication.

Price £2.40 each - please add postage below

Plus postage:-

    * UK: postage included
    * Elsewhere in Europe: add £1.70 for 1 issue or £3.00 for 2 or 3 issues.
    * Outside Europe: add £3.90 for up to 3 issues.

Tuesday, 24 September 2013

Issue 3 of Plaything of Sutekh

Issue 3 of 'Plaything of Sutekh' is currently taking shape and should be in print in early 2014. It will feature the usual mix of reviews, artwork, humour and feature articles. Here's a taster to prove we're not making it up.


Tuesday, 27 November 2012

Issues 1 & 2 temporarily sold out

Issues 1 and 2 of 'Plaything of Sutekh' are temporarily out of print. Many thanks to everyone who has supported the fanzine. Both issues will be back in print shortly - probably around the time Issue 3 is ready.

Thursday, 1 November 2012

Issue 2 of 'Plaything of Sutekh' out now!




Issue 2 of Plaything of Sutekh is now available.

It features:-
·      Five Star! – a look at 2012’s new episodes which saw the return of the Weeping Angels and the departure of Amy and Rory. We also have a short Q&A with new series director Saul Metzstein.
·      Coming of Age – a look at Season 18 when Doctor Who came of age and got told to grow up by JNT.
·      Opening the Gate – David Rolinson dodges a few Gundans to unravel one of Season 18’s finest stories, Warriors' Gate.
·      Tardis Radio – Oliver Wake looks at the untransmitted pilot radio episode featuring Peter Cushing from the mid 60s.
·      Strip for the Doctor – the Doctor materialises in the pages of Countdown in the early 70s. Richard Farrell looks at the work of Harry Lindfield and Gerry Haylock on the Doctor Who comic strip and examine their influences and source of reference.
·      Secret Who  – Time to dust off the oil lamp as we take a fresh look at an underrated story, 1974’s Death to the Daleks.
 ·      DWDVD – John Connors reviews the recent DVD releases - Ace Adventures, The Greatest Show in the Galaxy and The Ambassadors of Death. It's his moral duty.
·      Are You a Good Doctor Who Villain? – take our test to see whether you’re really up to subjugating entire universes.

The issue is 40 A5 pages, fully illustrated with colour covers and b/w interior.

To order, please send a Paypal payment (via paypal.co.uk or paypal.com) to playthingofsutekh@mail.com
Please add your address in the notes section. You can also pay by cheque - please drop us an email for the payee details. The fanzine is a non-profit publication.

Price, including P&P (sorry we can’t do anything about the postage rates!):

    * UK: £2.25
    * Elsewhere in Europe: £4.50
    * Outside Europe: £5.50

Saturday, 20 October 2012



Issue 2 of 'Plaything of Sutekh' is nearing completion and should be available from a pyramid near you very soon. Our second issue will include reviews of 2012's five new episodes and a short Q&A with new series director Saul Metzstein. 

Other features include a look at Season 18, David Rolinson on Warriors' Gate, Oliver Wake on the Peter Cushing audio pilot episode and a look at Doctor Who's tenure in Countdown/TV Action. There's also reviews of several underrated stories, DVD reviews and the inevitable 'much more'.

More details to be posted here soon. I find that good.