Fish Custard Fanzine is featured in the new Issue of Grant Bull's 'Blue Box Fanzine' which is available to purchase in print (£1.50 UK/£2.50 Overseas) from http://www.blueboxfanzine.blogspot.com/ (When I say featured, it's me and a few other fanzine editors, but it's always nice to know about these things!)
Blue Box is a cracking read and I would urge you to snap up a copy. It's retro, b+w, photocopied and full of Doctor Who love (as all fanzines should be!). Apart from my bit (which is the main selling point, obviously!) there are Series 5 reviews, a look at The Horror of Fang Rock as well as a comic and some great art!
With the world possibly coming to the end, we’d thought it the perfect time to make a dramatic return to ensure we don't go out on an odd number. Providing Doctor Who fans with something to read on the toilet since 2010, we are delighted to be back and are ready to tackle the news, views and issues currently surrounding the show. Oh dear. Packed with the same old nonsense as before (just slightly older and better dressed), in Issue 18, you will find: The Curse of Time – Are all Doctor Who stories with ‘Time’ in the title destined to not be very good? The Doctor Who Cookbook – A review of one of the more ‘left-field’ official publications. 10 Years of Fish Custard – How we took 4 years off but still claim to have been ‘fanzining’ for a decade. Returning Villains – Which classic Who baddies are due for a return? Obituaries for John Hurt and Deborah Watling And plenty more besides You can download the issue here (click the link, then save it to your device) or
We’re back for more! After spending 4 years doing nothing but eating biscuits (cookies, for our North American friends), we’re back for our 2 nd issue in 3 months! September will see us release Issue 19 – and we need contributors! Whilst we will always accept ANYTHING that is vaguely related to Doctor Who (you just have to read the other 18 to see that) for this particular issue we’re especially looking for: Reviews of Series 10 (Peter Capaldi’s last one) – We’re looking for your thoughts on the series; this can be you going through the episodes, your thoughts on the series as a whole, your favourite moments, your worst moments…whatever you like. There is no maximum word count for this – generally, we get between 500-1000 words for reviews like these, but we’re willing to have more (or less). Just don’t go mad with your big words, this isn’t Buzzfeed. Your thoughts on the casting of Jodie Whittaker (and the current state of the show) – (Here we go) We're looking f
Celebrating 6-and-a-half years as perhaps the Whoniverse’s most silliest fanzine, Fish Fingers and Custard is back for 2017 and we’re seeking Doctor Who fan writers to help us create our latest issue! With Doctor Who back in the Spring (finally!) and a Christmas episode and a spin-off series to digest, not to mention this being Steven Moffat’s last series as head writer , we’re very much looking forward to getting stuck into presenting our own thoughts/hopes/fears for the episodes to come. Are you? Contribute to Issue 18! What’ve you been doing in the downtime since Doctor Who has been off the air? Watching old episodes? Maybe you’ve discovered the classic series or the many spin-off books and audios? Been to any conventions/events? Maybe you’ve been watching something else entirely – let us know what you’ve been up too! For Issue 18, we’re seeking reviews/views on the following; The Return of Doctor Mysterio – Super? Or not? Class – the BBC Three spin-off seri