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Tenth Doctor Collected Comics: The Widow's Curse

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In this second volume of comic strips collecting the Tenth Doctor's complete adventures from the pages of Doctor Who Magazine and the Doctor Who Storybook, the famous Time Lord meet some gigantic monsters with Martha Jones, fights Zombies and Sycorax with Donna Noble and battles sinister Skith in the freezing wastes of the Antarctic! Original colour strips digitally mastered and collected in graphic novel form for the first time ever.


Tenth Doctor Comic Strip Collection: Revolutions of Terror

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Two strangers: the Doctor, charming, eccentric Time Lord with a past as dark and heavy as a black hole; Gabriella Gonzalez, waitress and wannabe artist with a future dragging her down like lead chains. Hurled together by a wave of psychic horror haunting New York, they embark on an epic new adventure across time and space, brought to life by Nick Abadzis (Laika) and fan-favourite artist Elena Casagrande (Suicide Risk)!


The Comic Strip Companion: The Unofficial and Unauthorised Guide to Doctor Who in Comics: 1964 to 1979

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First launched in the pages of TV Comic in November 1964, the comic strip version of Doctor Who is just one year younger than the television series on which it is based. This is its story.

This volume chronicles the first 15 years of the Doctor Who comic strip from its origin in TV Comic to just before the ongoing strip was launched as a regular feature in Doctor Who Weekly in 1979. During this time more than 200 comic strip stories were published in the pages of TV Comic, Countdown, TV Action, TV Century 21, The Dr Who Annual and the Dalek books.

Every strip is covered in depth, including plot details, continuity, points of interest and analysis. For the first time, details about the creation and development of the adventures are documented, alongside comments from some of the original writers and artists.

Follow the exploits of the Doctor in his first four incarnations alongside John, Gillian, Jamie, Sarah and Leela as he battles Daleks, Cybermen, Quarks, Kleptons, Trods, Sarracoids and the Ugrakks!

The Comic Strip Companion is your comprehensive guide to Doctor Who in the comics.


500pp approx. A5 paperback book. Contains an 8 page colour section.



Twelfth Doctor Collected Comics: Doorway to Hell

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The latest comic strips from the pages of the official Doctor Who Magazine, featuring the current Doctor as played by Peter Capaldi! Doorway to Hell collects together the latest stories featuring Peter Capaldi's Doctor and a brand new companion, Jess, from the long-running comic strip in the official Doctor Who Magazine.


Twelfth Doctor Collected Comics: The Eye of Torment

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A brand new collection contains four adventures for the Twelfth Doctor and Clara. Stories are: The Eye Of Torment by Scott Gray, illustrated by Martin Geraghty; Instruments Of War written and illustrated by Mike Collins; Blood And Ice written by Jacqueline Rayner and illustrated by Martin Geraghty; and The Crystal Throne (an adventure starring The Paternoster Gang – Vastra, Jenny and Strax) by Scott Gray, illustrated by Mike Collins.


Twelfth Doctor Collected Comics: The Highgate Horror

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The Highgate Horror collects together all the most recent stories by leading Doctor Who writers and artists, from the highly acclaimed comic strip in DWM.


Twelfth Doctor Collected Comics: The Phantom Piper

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The Phantom Piper collects the most recent comic strip stories featuring the 12th Doctor and Bill Potts, as played by Peter Capaldi and Pearl Mackie. All stories have been taken from the official Doctor Who Magazine, now in its 39th year of publication



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From the pages of Panini’s Doctor Who Magazine comes a complete collection of Jamie Lenman’s comic strip, published under the name ‘Baxter’.


Collected here for the first time, these are presented in a full-colour hardback book and includes some unpublished early drafts, rejected ideas and commentary from Jamie.



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