Doctor Who Archives: Prisoners Of Time Omnibus by Scott TiptonDoctor Who Archives: Prisoners Of Time Omnibus by Scott Tipton

Doctor Who Archives: Prisoners Of Time Omnibus

byScott Tipton, David TiptonIllustratorSimon Fraser

Paperback | February 16, 2016

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Doctor Who Archives: Prisoners of Time Omnibus celebrates the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who with a twelve-part tribute to one of the most beloved heroes of all time. Follow the first 11 incarnations of the intrepid traveler on an epic adventure as he explores time and space with fan-favorite companions, and comes face to face with some of the galaxy's deadliest foes! Featuring the complete Prisoners of Time story arc, as well as a stunning cover gallery, this is a must-have addition to any Whovian's Doctor Who collection!
Brothers Scott and David Tipton are a collaborative comics team who have worked together on a number of titles. They are best known for writing for IDW's Star Trekseries, including the mini-series Klingons: Blood will Tell and the Doctor Who crossover event, The Next Generation: Doctor Who - Assimilation². Scott Tipton has also wr...
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Title:Doctor Who Archives: Prisoners Of Time OmnibusFormat:PaperbackDimensions:304 pages, 9.1 × 6.1 × 0.6 inPublished:February 16, 2016Publisher:TitanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1782767746

ISBN - 13:9781782767749

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great book! I’m a recent Doctor Who fan (I started watching it a couple of years ago) but I love everything with the Doctor! I have lots of merchandise! And I love the comics and novels! They’re so fun because they have different stories that aren’t seen on the show. One of the great things about this graphic novel is that it features all of the Doctors up until number 11. Though I’ve only watched the new series, and a couple of the original episodes, I loved seeing all these versions of the Doctor. Though he looks different, he’s always the same guy. After many of the chapters in the graphic novel, there is a page with some commentary from people who worked on the comics. It’s interesting to see the changes that the comics went through over the years, as well as the process of moving Doctor Who from the TV show into print. This is a great graphic novel for fans of Doctor Who!
Date published: 2018-03-29