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Doctor Who, Series 3 : The Hypothetical Gentleman Paperback

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  • Paperback: 104 pages
  • Publisher: IDW Publishing; 1st edition
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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Brandon Seifert is a comics writer born in Fairbanks, Alaska and currently based in Portland, Oregon. WITCH DOCTOR, his writing debut co-created with artist Lukas Ketner, was turning heads as a self-published comic even before becoming a sales success for Robert Kirkman's Skybound Entertainment imprint of Image Comics. Seifert also co-created SPIRIT OF THE LAW (MonkeyBrain Comics) and has written DOCTOR WHO (IDW Publishing), HELLRAISER: THE ROAD BELOW, and HELLRAISER: THE DARK WATCH (co-written with Clive Barker).


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Keen Reader TOP 50 REVIEWER on 24 Nov. 2014
Format: Paperback
This collection of just two stories was first published in 2013. The stories feature the Eleventh Doctor, as played by Matt Smith, travelling with Amy and Rory.

The Hypothetical Gentleman: This story is just under 50 pages, so is quite long. It is very well paced, and the artwork is terrific. The story has the Doctor, with Amy and Rory travelling to visit the Great Exhibition in 1851. After a few false starts, they get there, but the Doctor finds some exhibits that are not really quite right. Perhaps Charles and Emily Farfax can help?

The Doctor and the Nurse: Amy is fed up with the Doctor and Rory always squabbling, so sends them off to have some `bonding' time. This is a great story; there is an undercurrent of a seriously dangerous story underneath, but there is a large element of comic in this one. The Doctor and Rory's relationship is put under the microscope and they both react very differently, and it's rather amusing to the reader to view. Again, the artwork is fantastic - very different visually from the first story, but really appropriate. This is another long story, at around 40 pages.

This is a great Eleventh Doctor graphic novel - two really good stories, well planned and executed both in narrative and art. Terrific.
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