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In 2005 Panini Comics, publishers of Doctor Who Magazine, released the Doctor Who Annual 2006 to tie in with the revival of the TV series on the BBC, the first annual since 1986, and the first annual-like product based on Doctor Who since Panini's 1996 Yearbook. Its success prompted the BBC to take the annual back in-house from the next year, but they permitted Panini to still produce a new annual-like product, so long as it did not have the word annual in the title. With the BBC annual aimed at younger readers and heavy on features and games, Panini aimed its publication at a slightly older market, with a product full of prose shorts and comic strips, many scribed by established Doctor Who writers such as the TV show's head writer and producer Russell T. Davies and future head writer/producer Steven Moffat. Four volumes were released from 2006 to 2009, the 2007 to 2010 Storybooks, and a Storybook 2011 was being worked on when BBC apparently withdrew the license. A year later the BBC replaced the Storybooks with their own annual Doctor Who The Brilliant Book.

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