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by Al Davison,Matthew Dow Smith,Tony Lee

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ISBN:
1600106072
Author:
Al Davison,Matthew Dow Smith,Tony Lee
Category:
Graphic Novels
Language:
English
Publisher:
IDW Publishing (March 23, 2010)
Pages:
152 pages
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Matthew Dow Smith (Author), Al Davison (Author), Matthew Sturges (Author) & 2 more .

Matthew Dow Smith (Author), Al Davison (Author), Matthew Sturges (Author) & 2 more. Omnibus Volume 2 is a very nice collection for Doctor Who fans who are perhaps unfamiliar with the comic book adventures. The stories are all well written and entertaining. The Fugitive", "Tesseract", and "Final Sacrifice" all occur between the television episodes "Planet of the Dead" and "Waters of Mars". These stories introduce a new set of companions that did not make an appearance on the show, though Martha Jones is featured in one story.

Doctor Who Volume 1 book. This book collects the first six issues of the ongoing series, written by Tony Lee (Doctor Who: The Forgotten), with art by Al An anomaly in the space-time continuum brings the Doctor to Hollywood during the Roaring Twenties, where he makes new friends and new enemies.

Al Davidson (Author), Matthew Dow Smith (Author). Book 1 of 3 in the Doctor Who Graphic Novels: The Tenth Doctor - Tony Lee Series. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Matthew Dow Smith (Author) & 0 more.

Authors: Al Davison, Matthew Dow Smith, Blair Shedd, Kelly Yates, Tony Le. Bond Then, writer Brandon Seifert and artist Philip Bond collaborate on The Doctor And The Nurse. MoreLess Show More Show Less.

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Doctor Who Volume 1: Fugitive. by Tony Lee · Al Davison · Matthew Dow Smith. The ongoing tales of Doctor Who continue as master storyteller Tony Lee puts the Doctor and Martha in one unpleasant situation after another! Collecting issues. An anomaly in the space-time continuum brings the Doctor to Hollywood during the Roaring Twenties, where he makes new friends and new enemies. The ongoing tales of Doctor Who continue as master storyteller Tony Lee puts the Doctor and Martha in one unpleasant situation after another! Collecting issues Doctor Who Volume 3: Final Sacrifice. by Tony Lee · Matthew Dow Smith · Kelly Yates · Al Davison.

Writer Tony Lee is joined by artists such as Matthew Dow Smith, Al Davison, Blair Shedd, and Kelly Yates to bring you the last comic adventures of the 10th Doctor! The complete 16-issue Series 1 featuring the 10th Doctor, as portrayed by David Tennant, plus the 2010 Annual ar. .

by Tony Lee (Author), Matthew Dow Smith (Author), Kelly Yates (Author), Jonathan L. Davis (Author), Blair Shedd (Author), Al Davison (Artist) & 3 more. Tony Lee is a multi-award winning British writer who has topped the New York Times bestseller list

by Tony Lee (Author), Matthew Dow Smith (Author), Kelly Yates (Author), Jonathan L. Tony Lee is a multi-award winning British writer who has topped the New York Times bestseller list. He has written for a multitude of mediums, including radio, newspapers and children's books.

Fugitive Volume One. Series . IDW Doctor Who. Country. Al Davison Matthew Dow Smith Charlie Kirchoff Cover by Matthew Dow Smith. Published by. IDW Publishing. This book collects the first six issues of the ongoing series, written by Tony Lee (Doctor Who: The Forgotten), with art by Al Davison (The Dreaming) and Matthew Dow Smith (The Keep). Both Silver Scream and The Fugitive are combined under the title The Fugitive. Originally published as DOCTOR WHO Issues aka Doctor Who Ongoing). Through Time and Space. IDW Graphic Novels Doctor Who.

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Matthew Robert Smith (born 28 October 1982) is an English actor

Matthew Robert Smith (born 28 October 1982) is an English actor. He is best known for his roles as the eleventh incarnation of the Doctor in the BBC series Doctor Who and Prince Philip in the Netflix series The Crown, earning a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for the latter. Smith initially aspired to be a professional footballer, but spondylolysis forced him out of the sport.

An anomaly in the space-time continuum brings the Doctor to Hollywood during the Roaring Twenties, where he makes new friends and new enemies. But his actions attract the attention of the Shadow Proclamation, which puts him on trial for his life! This book collects the first six issues of the ongoing series, written by Tony Lee (Doctor Who: The Forgotten), with art by Al Davison (The Dreaming) and Matthew Smith (The Keep).
  • Mezilabar
I don't usually read comics, (okay, graphic novels), but I'm a Doctor Who fan and the portrayal of David Tennant's Doctor is worth reading.
This book is a good light read.
  • Linn
The story is good but the artwork is awful. Could be I'm spoiled by Japanese manga. But I was very disappointed.
  • Arlana
I got this graphic novel in a pack that is currently on sale at Humble Bundle. I've never read a Doctor Who book, but I was excited to be able to sit in on more adventures with the Tenth Doctor, since he is by far my favorite. This graphic novel did a pretty spot on job with the humor and general demeanor of the Tenth Doctor. Interactions with his companions and reactions to dangerous situations were exactly like something right out of the show. I really liked the fact that, at least in this first volume, we get to see the Doctor companionless. On the show, he is usually followed by a companion or two, which at times can takes away from the focus of the show: the Doctor himself.

The story moved along at a good pace, although there were times when the plot felt a bit flimsy and in need of further explanation. Maybe this is due to the fact that I have not watched all 26 of the original seasons of Doctor Who. Either way, there were times of confusion for me when reading this. Thankfully, this confusion was not so overwhelming as to ruin the story. The only other aspect of this graphic novel that I didn't particularly care for was the art. There were some panels that captured David Tennant's likeness very well, and some that were so poorly sketched out that it took me a bit to figure out who the Doctor even was. That being said, it was nice to spend some more time with "my" Doctor, and I will definitely be continuing reading the rest of the novels.

I'd recommend this series of graphic novels to fans of the Tenth Doctor Who. If you are a hardcore graphic novel reader, you are probably going to be horribly disappointed in the artwork. If you are a hardcore Whovian, you also might be disappointed in the lack of substance of these stories. They are fun, but this first installment does not really offer anything new or groundbreaking. It is, however, a nice, fast, light read for Doctor Who fans looking to gobble up any extra Tenth Doctor tidbits they can find.
  • Talvinl
I've got to say, this was the first collection of Doctor Who strips that I ever read. As David Tennat's era was coming to a close, his Doctor finally stepped out in the IDW collection of comic books. (Of course, he did appear in Doctor Who Magazine, but that's another story.) He looks fabulous at the beginning of his adventure in the 1920s silent filma era of Hollywood, playing opposite a Charlie-Chaplin look-alike. I especially enjoyed the film sequence that appears in these pages. (Unfortunately, they probably couldn't get the real Charlie Chaplin to appear in the comic book due to copyright/privacy issues.) The Doctor is joined by a couple of young people, eager to get their start in Hollywood until they met the Doctor, but just then--as they are about to leave with the Doctor--something comes up, and the Doctor is whisked away, to stand trial.

The artwork changes here, in the second part of the story, as a new artist steps in--Matthew Dow Smith. His artwork may not be the best in the world, but at least he captures the essence of the story. And it is an interesting story, unlikely and weird as it is. The Doctor stands trial, and then is sent to prison along with some of his former nemeses, (I hope I spelled that right) but all is not as it seems. Can the Doctor prove his innocence, and prove that there is someone else twisting events around to change time itself?
  • Reighbyra
It's my first DW graphic novel as well and I gotta say, It was alright. The intro sort of sucked because it was so uninteresting but once that was wrapped up and after a situation with a time vortex (trying to avoid spoilers here lol), It got a lot better and it did come off as a legit DW episode so that tells you how well written it was. The art is fine as well, I just wish the doctor looked a bit more like Tennant.

Overall, It's pretty solid for your standard graphic novel. A few misses but nothing that stops it from at least being some-what enjoyable though. I wouldn't suggest going out of your way to read it but if you are truly interested, It's worth checking out to see if you'd like any other graphic novels for DW.