Doctor Who: Through Time and Space

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IDW, 2009 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 152 pages
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Collecting six original stories of the popular sci-fi show, Doctor Who, all featuring the Tenth Doctor, as portrayed by David Tennant. Includes the one-shots The Whispering Gallery, The Time Machination, Autopia, Cold-Blooded Cold War, Just a Theory, and Black Death by a bevy of talented creators, including Ben Templesmith and John Ostrander (Star Wars: Legacy).

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User Review  - MagicCapslock - LibraryThing

Note: I usually have no problems with written works/media tie-ins in the Doctor Who universe, as their characterizations are spot-on. It's often the plot and/or art which makes-or-breaks it. So I will ... Read full review

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User Review  - Rob - Goodreads

In this collection of comics there is some truly awful artwork, and some diabolical stories. Very sad really as I think Dr Who lends itself to the comic medium quite well, but they've just got it so wrong here. Read full review

About the author (2009)

Lee has been a game reviewer for magazines since 1986.

John Ostrander has been a prolific comic writer during the last two decades, working for Marvel, DC and Dark Horse. His writing ranges from superheros (JLA) to science fiction (Star Wars: Twilight) to westerns (DC's The Kents.)

GARY RUSSELL traveled to film production sites in New Zealand to conduct hundreds of exclusive interviews with the principal artists whose work is detailed in this book. The author of The Lord of the Rings: The Art of The Fellowship of the Ring and The Art of the Return of the King, Russell has worked widely in media as a magazine editor, novelist, columnist, and audio drama producer.

Rich Johnston is known as the founder of the pop culture website Bleeding Cool, consistently one of the Top Ten entertainment blogs on the web alongside the likes of Deadline and The Huffington Post. In addition to his work as an entertainment journalist, Rich is a frequent comic book writer whose work includes the parodies WATCHMENSCH and CIVIL WARDROBE and the IDW series DOCTOR WHO.

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