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Doctor Who - The Flood (Complete Eighth Doctor Comic Strips Vol. 4) Paperback – Illustrated, 2 Aug 2007


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  • Paperback: 228 pages
  • Publisher: Panini UK Ltd/ Marvel; 1st edition (2 Aug 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1905239653
  • ISBN-13: 978-1905239658
  • Product Dimensions: 29.2 x 20.8 x 1.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 73,199 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By S. Bentley VINE VOICE on 2 July 2007
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This is the final volume of Doctor Who Magazine's run of Eighth Doctor stories featuring the Paul McGann incarnation of everyone's favourite Time Lord and it's safe to say that he goes out with a bang!

As with Oblivion, the previous volume, the strips are in colour. It's a very rich colour that's sometimes a little strong but still quite well done and the art, which is by a diverse number of hands including Roger Langridge, Mike Collins, Antony Williams, John Ross and Martin Geraghy is generally high quality that convinces you you are in a real world and not in a world of exaggerated bodies as super hero books generally do.

The writing is also a little more diverse in terms of authors, with Gareth Roberts, writer of tv episode, the Shakespeare Code, turning in a story of football in the 70s and intergalactic amoebae. The majority of stories however are in the safe hands of Scott Gray, who guides the Doctor through some companionless adventures at a space bar, in Ancient Egypt in a story with links to the TV story Pyramids of Mars, an encounter with Springheeled Jack, a pulp character of Victorian London, a meeting with his "grandchildren", an encounter in the Wild West with werewolves and an old acquaintance from the earlier volumes who becomes his new companion, a visit to a space hospital to fight alien monkeys and an epic battle with the Cybermen. Cybermen from the future, all powered up. There's also at least one cameo appearance from an old friend of the Doctor's (in his sixth incarnation) which will be fun for diehard fans, but which may confuse or just have no impact on newer readers.

The stories are breathless fun and the characterisation of the Doctor deepens.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By New Horizons on 23 Mar 2013
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Great to read more adventures of Paul McGann's doctor. Just a pity really that this doctor didn't appear more on the small screen.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By mousewithapen on 12 Jan 2011
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This final instalment of the eighth Doctor's comic adventures leaves nothing to be desired. A thoroughly enjoyable read which picks up where the last issue left off and finishes with a well-thought-out ending for Paul McGann's Doctor. I, for one, will miss him.
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Denyer on 30 Jan 2014
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The book lasted me around 24 hours before it fell apart due to the poorly structure of the book. I didn't have a chance to read the contents of the book however I will think twice before purchasing another book by Panini. Was very disappointed because of the price I paid for it and I expected it to be suitable for long term collection and at least suitae for actually reading, but I got neither of these. I do not reccomend this product unless you intend to chuck it away after turning a page
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The 8th Doctor's final DWM adventures 9 May 2013
By The Smiling Stallion Inn - Published on Amazon.com
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I really do love these DWM comics. The art's great, the writing's great considering the constrained format...and so much adventure and action, it really does go beyond what the television show could have achieved. Plus, they really do develop the characters! Destrii's back, and she shows up in an unexpected way with her uncle. (Who really does remind me of the magical cat from Cats, except really evil) and the Doctor has to deal with a whole new generation of Cybermen that really do go to extremes...too bad they couldn't have had Doctor #9 appear in DWM at this point, a regeneration, but I completely understand.
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Good product in decent time 24 Dec 2013
By Casey Bair - Published on Amazon.com
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Good product shipped in decent time, this graphic novel makes up the end of the 8th Doctor's run in the Doctor Who magazine comic strips, and is well worth a read.
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By andrea - Published on Amazon.com
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the pages of the book came right out after he lookied at twice . the more he looked more pages came out. They need to change how the pages are put it the book.
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