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Today we are talking Moray Laing, Editor of the UK’s BBC Doctor Who Adventures magazine, and writer of the Official Doctor Who 2015 Annual.

As you probably know, Doctor Who annuals are a long standing part of the expanded Whoniverse, with one published each year to document another season of adventures in time and space. It’s full of stories, comics and puzzles designed for younger Whovians—but adult fans love to collect them as well. That having been said, we’ve asked Moray to answer a few questions that give us a glimpse into the creation of an annual.

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If you’re a fan of manga, you’ll want to check out the lineup of manhwa comics on LINE Webtoons. They can be accessed for free on mobile apps for iOS and Android.

The lineup includes everything from fantasy titles like Tower Of God and Noblesse to wacky humor comics like 10th Dimension Boys.

New comics are added daily. If you’ve never read manhwa before, check out LINE Webtoons on the web to see what you’ve been missing.

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Some big deals in today’s roundup including $40 off the PS4! See the entire list of deals after the break and grab them while you still can.

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Today’s roundup of deals includes Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag for Xbox One, Monster DNA headphones, smartphone gear and more. Head beyond the break for the full list.

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Today’s roundup of deals includes Futurama Vol 8 on Blu-ray, the Etekcity Scroll Optical Gaming Mouse, Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition and more.

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Today’s roundup of tech deals includes everything from headphones for audiophiles, headphones for gamers, iPad cases, keychain battery chargers and more.

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Today’s roundup of deals features everything from a Mad Catz gaming mouse to a PS4 wireless headset to Star Wars salt and pepper shakers.

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We’ve got deals today on everything from Apple headphones to cult movies to superhero aprons. We even have those hilarious DIY Google Glass alternatives.

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If you missed out on the sold-out Drakengard 3 Collector’s Edition, don’t fret. You can still score the Digital Collector’s Edition exclusively through the PlayStation Network Store. It features the game and all of the downloadable content included in the physical collector’s edition, along with a price tag that’s $15 cheaper at $64.99. Features include:

Replaces the voice over audio with the original Japanese. (sold individually for $4.99)

CAIM’S GARB: Based on the protagonist of the original Drakengard, this costume halves stamina use when performing stamina attacks. (sold individually for $2.99)
NIER’S GARB: Modeled after the protagonist from NIER Replicant. This costume boosts damage by 5%. (sold individually for $2.99)
KAINÈ’S GARB: Modeled after Kaine from NIER. Doubles the window for triggering a parry. (sold individually for $2.99)

BEAUTIFUL CHILD: Originally Included in the CE, this is a giant baby hat for Mikhail. (sold individually for $0.99)
EXPERIMENTAL WEAPON #7: Dragon headwear for Mikhail modeled after Emil from NIER. ($0.99)

ONE’S PROLOGUE: Additional prequel chapter featuring One as a playable character with her own level and unique weapons. Also contains its own unique trophy set as well.

Zero, Mikhail, Cent, Octa, Decadus, and Dito. ($0.99 each)

But that’s not all. There is lots of Drakengard 3 DLC available to purchase separately, including prologues for each of the other sisters for $5.99.

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In ancient days, six beautiful sisters descended upon the world and used their powers of song to usher in an age of peace. These sisters came to be worshiped as “Intoners,” each ruling over a piece of the world. But the day has come when that peace will be shattered, as the eldest sister, Zero, sets out on a quest to murder each of her younger siblings.

This is the set-up for Drakengard 3, a prequel to Drakengard and Drakengard 2 originally released on the PlayStation 2. It’s features a dark storyline for mature audiences (with plenty of dark humor) that explains how this fantasy world began. It allows any newcomer to join in the mayhem in the shoes of Zero, an anti-hero with a grudge against the world.

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