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It was announced on 27 January 2012 that Doctor Who Insider had ceased publication after nine issues.
Doctor Who Insider returned for a special edition issue in November 1, 2012.
DWM's 400th issue was published in September 2008, and the publication celebrated its 30th anniversary in October 2009.
In April 2010, it was confirmed in issue 420 that Doctor Who Magazine now holds the Guinness World Record for "Longest Running Magazine Based on a Television Series." In April 2011, Panini Comics released a new monthly magazine titled Doctor Who Insider; although it was made in Britain the magazine was published for North America.
DWM features an ongoing comic starring the current incarnation of the Doctor, though for a period between 19, when the series was off the air, it featured previous Doctors.
Notable writers and artists who have worked on the comic include John Wagner, Mike Mc Mahon, John Ridgway and Ian Edginton.
The first issue was released on Thursday 11 October with a cover date of 17 October and priced 12p.
The magazine moved from weekly to monthly publication with issue 44 in September 1980, becoming Doctor Who (the tagline "A Marvel Monthly" was not part of the name, but simply a description which appeared on many of Marvel UK's monthly titles at that point) and a cover price of 30p.
Officially licensed by the BBC, the magazine began life as Doctor Who Weekly in 1979, published by the UK arm of Marvel Comics.In 2006, however, it lost its exclusivity when BBC Worldwide launched its own comic, Doctor Who Adventures, aimed at a younger audience.