Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor Archives Omnibus Volume 1 by Tony LeeDoctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor Archives Omnibus Volume 1 by Tony Lee

Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor Archives Omnibus Volume 1

byTony LeeIllustratorTim Hamilton, Mark Buckingham

Paperback | October 27, 2015

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The journey starts here, with the first installment of Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor Archives! Join the Doctor, Amy and Rory as they explore the wonders of time and space - where nothing is ever quite as it seems!

Collecting the first three complete story arcs of Doctor Who Series 2, don't miss out on these fantastic adventures!
Tommy Lee Edwards took the comics industry by storm after studying film and illustration at the Art Center College of Design, working on titles such as The Question, Marvel 1985, Batman, and Turf (with co-creator Jonathan Ross).  Proving to be one of the most respected and versatile artists working today, he has also designed video gam...
Title:Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor Archives Omnibus Volume 1Format:PaperbackDimensions:336 pages, 9.1 × 6.1 × 0.6 inPublished:October 27, 2015Publisher:TitanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1782767681

ISBN - 13:9781782767688

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid whimsical writing throughout! A must for Matt Smith fans. I'm a fan of Matt Smith's tenure as the Eleventh Doctor, so when I was sent Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor Archives Omnibus: Volume One for review, I was really excited. I'm a fan of comics, I have enjoyed Doctor Who since I was a kid (Tom Baker reruns on PBS!), and yet wasn't prepared for how good Tony Lee's writing would be. While my appreciation of the artwork varied (I love Matthew Dow Smith's Mignola-esque style especially), the quality of Tony Lee's writing was consistently whimsical in a way that matched the mood of the Eleventh Doctor's run on television. He's got a mad sense of humor, from the holographic spam Rory inadvertently downloads into the TARDIS in "Spam Filtered" to Kevin, the robot-T-Rex who hums the theme from Star Wars as he attacks a Space Squid, Tony Lee's writing never failed to entertain, even when there was no "writing" at all, as in the lovely dialogue-free Christmas issue, "Silent Night," which features the Doctor giving Santa a hand when the reindeer get a bit beat-up. Doctor Who fans preferring a more serious approach to their Time Lord will want to steer far clear of this omnibus, but for those like me who loved Matt Smith as the Doctor will want to add it to their collection as soon as possible.
Date published: 2016-01-02