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Doctor Who: The Child of Time

è Doctor Who: The Child of Time Ì JonathanMorris Martin Geraghty Dan McDaid è Doctor Who: The Child of Time Ì JonathanMorris Martin Geraghty Dan McDaid - Doctor Who: The Child of Time, Doctor Who The Child of Time From back cover Collected Eleventh Doctor Comic Strips Volume Join the Doctor and Amy Pond on their amazing adventures in space and time in these exceptional collected comics from the pages of DOCTO

  • Title: Doctor Who: The Child of Time
  • Author: JonathanMorris Martin Geraghty Dan McDaid
  • ISBN: 9781846534607
  • Page: 174
  • Format: Paperback

è Doctor Who: The Child of Time Ì JonathanMorris Martin Geraghty Dan McDaid, Doctor Who: The Child of Time, JonathanMorris Martin Geraghty Dan McDaid, Doctor Who The Child of Time From back cover Collected Eleventh Doctor Comic Strips Volume Join the Doctor and Amy Pond on their amazing adventures in space and time in these exceptional collected comics from the pages of DOCTOR WHO MAGAZINE Featuring nine amazing stories Supernature Planet Bollywood The Golden Ones The Professor the Queen and the Bookshop The Screams of Death Do No Go G

Doctor Who: The Child of Time

è Doctor Who: The Child of Time Ì JonathanMorris Martin Geraghty Dan McDaid è Doctor Who: The Child of Time Ì JonathanMorris Martin Geraghty Dan McDaid - Doctor Who: The Child of Time, Doctor Who The Child of Time From back cover Collected Eleventh Doctor Comic Strips Volume Join the Doctor and Amy Pond on their amazing adventures in space and time in these exceptional collected comics from the pages of DOCTO Doctor Who: The Child of Time

  • è Doctor Who: The Child of Time Ì JonathanMorris Martin Geraghty Dan McDaid
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Doctor Who: The Child of Time

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  1. A series of linked stories featuring the Doctor and Amy, when she has forgotten Rory There are some really good stories here, I particularly enjoyed the musical one and the one set in the old peoples home The linking and finale story was well done as it tied in with all the stories in the volume The bad guy is a real threat The artwork has a few different styles but they all seem to tie in with the theme of the story As always with Panini titles, there is a decent behind the scenes section on ea [...]


  2. This collection of 11th Doctor comics plays out like a series of the show with lots of different stories some seemingly pointless actually building up to an epic finale Clues are well thought out and peppered right throughout the book and it is an exciting ride from beginning to end 5 stars.


  3. Supernature 421 423 This lead story does a surprisingly good job of getting the characterization of the Matt Smith doctor spot on but beyond that it s fairly mundane 6 10 Planet Bollywood 424 Brilliant 8 10 The Golden Ones 425 428 Back to a typical adventure here Morris does a great job of bringing back an old foe in an interesting and mysterious ways, and once really captures another culture All around, an exciting adventure 7 10.The Professor, The Queen, and The Bookshop 429 What a wonderful [...]


  4. Except during Who s finest hour, the early nineties, when it marched in lockstep with the novels, Doctor Who Magazine s comic has generally felt like one of the show s less essential offshoots Jonathan Morris extensive notes at the back of this collection are right about one aspect of that problem the comic s tone was often a very long way from the show s But what he misses is that the resulting stories, in all their strangeness and arguable wrongness , at least had a uniqueness and thus a reaso [...]


  5. While as writer Jonathan Morris discusses in the commentary section at the end of the book some stories are successful than others, overall this book really captures the feel of the television series I had read these stories serialized monthly in the pages of Doctor Who Magazine, and, reading them as a whole, they come together very nicely Each one stands on its own nicely, but together, the overarching plot feels very natural and organic which is interesting, considering how Morris details how [...]


  6. This is a collection of Doctor Who Comics from the Doctor Who magazine, I believe There are a couple of sparks in the collection, and the major arc of The Child of Time is very much in keeping with the feel of Doctor Who lots of time travel madness and famous people and twists and turns and manages to be as epic as anything on the show Overall the writing is average, but some of the stories are inventive The bollywood themed one in particular wasn t something I would ever expect to see in a comi [...]


  7. Not gonna do an in depth review, but I personally thought Doctor Who The Child of Time was a pretty good book It was based on my favorite doctor, so that s a plus The big flaw with this book is that, through words, it s hard to capture the personality of Amy and the Doctor I couldn t get the humor out of this as much as I could from the TV series However, for a quick read about freaking Doctor Who, this sufficed.


  8. While I love a good Doctor Who tale any day of the week, what really interested me was at the back of book past all the graphic novel issues The author and artists wrote about the creative process that produced this book It was interesting to see how Jonathan Morris changed the main arc due to upcoming episodes in the show and how far the product came from the original drafts Overall wonderful


  9. Surprisingly large book The same size as British magazines Collects the cartoons from the Dr Who Magazine with many artists There s a couple of terrific stories and the over arching storyline is fab Maybe the best 11th Doctor Who collection I ve read certainly the most value for the dollar.


  10. A set of Eleventh Doctor comics, very much in the vein of the Moffat era including a time bending finale with parts stealthily assembled from bits of the earlier stories The individual stories also range from good to excellent Some great stuff here for fans of this Doctor B



  11. Three and a half stars in actuality This felt like an enjoyable season of Dr Who I liked the common thread which tied the stories together Not brilliant, but entertaining.



  12. I didn t enjoy this as much as I did the IDW comics, but for a magazine story arc it was still pretty fun to read.


  13. I d read these stories in DWM however I think you get a deeper richer experience in this compendium format.


  14. I think I was expecting graphic novel instead of comic book I liked Supernature but that s as far as I got.


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