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Doctor Who Classics: v. 2 [Paperback]

Dave Gibbons , Pat Mills , John Wagner , Steve Moore
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3 Dec 2008 Doctor Who Classics (Book 2)
Follow along as the Doctor, with the help of TARDIS, travels through time and space solving problems and righting wrongs. IDW Publishing is proud to present this second collection of "Doctor Who" comics, featuring art by Dave Gibbons. Originally published in the UK, these stories (now in full-color) are making their first appearance in the States.

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  • Paperback: 120 pages
  • Publisher: Idea & Design Works (3 Dec 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1600102891
  • ISBN-13: 978-1600102899
  • Product Dimensions: 25.9 x 17 x 0.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,229,856 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Classic Doctor Who with classic villains... 1 Jan 2009
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
Volume 2 is as good as volume 1 in this series of Doctor Who graphic novels published by IDW. The colouring of the original black and white strips is excellent and the book also includes some pages of an art gallery with beautifully rendered images.
The stories include the return of old villains, the Daleks and Sontarans, and travelling companions, K-9 and Sharon, with brilliant artwork from the talent of Dave Gibbons and stories written by Pat Mills, John Wagner and Steve Moore, all names known throughout the comic industry both here in the UK and in America.
If you bought volume 1 then you will definitely want to buy volume 2 and if you didn't buy volume 1 then I strongly recommend both these IDW volumes before they sell out as I am sure they will soon become collector's items as the character of Doctor Who continues to become legendary in the media.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Doctor Who Classics: v. 2 27 Oct 2013
By Keen Reader TOP 100 REVIEWER
In the Dogs of Doom, the Doctor, Sharon and K-9 face up against Werelocks, but behind the Werelocks are one of the Doctor's most feared and fearful enemies. Can the Doctor use a new ally to save the New Earth system and defeat his foes?

"Anyone who can think for themselves can be dangerous in this place ..."
In The Time Witch, the Doctor and Sharon find themselves drawn to a blank dimension, where someone else is making the rules.

"On your feet, foreign devil!"
In The Dragon's Claw, Sharon, K-9 and the Doctor find themselves in China in 1522. Taken to the Shaolin Monastery, they prepare to meet their mysterious captors.

"Poor old K-9! What will I do without you?"
In The Collector, the Doctor gets Sharon back to Earth just in time for the Tardis and its crew to be taken somewhere unintended.

"You know what an unadventurous sort I am ..."
In Dreamers of Death, the Doctor and Sharon visit the Doctor's old friends on Unicepter IV, but things have changed since the Doctor was last there.

This is great stuff; over 115 pages of great artwork, great stories, and the characters of the Fourth Doctor, and his companion Sharon, with K-9 finding adventure and more all over the universe. The characterisations are great; the Doctor's humour and madcap freneticism are well captured, and Sharon and K-9 get their fair share of dialogue as well as action. Definitely recommended.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Classic Tom Baker Years 12 Sep 2009
By The Sci-Fi Fanatic - Published on Amazon.com
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If you like Classic Tom Baker and you like aliens then what are you waiting for. This is pure gold. This features classic storytelling and artwork from an era when comic books actually meant something. These are reprints from the Doctor Who Magazines. These stories along with Volume 1 made their way into Marvel Comics for a period. These are the same stories. This ranks right up there with classic era Byrne/ Claremont X-Men. It's vintage stuff. Again, it's animated Tom Baker what more could you ask for?
5.0 out of 5 stars Really good stories, and stars the fourth Doctor 10 Sep 2012
By Kurt A. Johnson - Published on Amazon.com
This graphic novel contains three complete story arcs, and a one-off story.

Doctor Who and the Dogs of Doom - In the distant New Earth system, the human colonies find themselves under attack by space werewolves, and the Doctor is right there to help them. But, to make a very bad situation even worse, he discovers that someone is behind the space werewolves - an old enemy of the Doctor! 4 stars.

Doctor Who: Dragon's Claw - The Doctor arrives in China in the year 1522 A.D., and is promptly arrested by Shaolin monks as a pirate! But, there is more going on here than meets the eye. Someone killed a group of Japanese pirates with a futuristic energy weapon, and the Doctor needs to get to the bottom of things! 5 stars (great, great story!)

Doctor Who: The Collector - The Doctor finally gets the Tardis back to Blackcastle, England, only to be teleported away to the asteroid belt. Someone has been studying anthropology by trapping humans in time-stasis bottles, and the Doctor must put a stop to it. But, instead of battling an old enemy, the Doctor finds himself out to thwart the plans of an old friend! 5 stars (this is the one-off story - short but quite good.)

Doctor Who: Dreamers of Death - The Doctor drops in on some old friends on Unicepter IV, and finds that they have a very interesting new entertainment - high-tech dreaming. But, nothing comes without a cost, and it will take everything the Doctor has to save the day this time! 5 stars.

So, let me just say that I really liked this graphic novel, and really enjoyed reading it. It has really good stories, and stars the fourth Doctor, who could ask for more?!?
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