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Doctor Who Volume 2: Tessaract [ DOCTOR WHO VOLUME 2: TESSARACT ] by Lee, Tony ( Author) on Oct, 19, 2010 Paperback

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  • Publisher: IDW Publishing (19 Oct. 2010)
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By Keen Reader TOP 50 REVIEWER on 6 April 2014
Format: Paperback
Volume 2 of these Tenth Doctor stories starts with Matthew and Emily (from Volume 1) finding new clothes to wear with the Doctor in the wardrobe room. But things are very quickly going to get more serious than deciding on clothing; because someone’s moved the console room.

In the next story, Martha Jones calls on the Doctor’s help – she, and UNIT need him.

This collection has stories which are fairly long, and quite complex – the artwork is great, but I’m not loving the characters of Matthew and Emily. That apart, the Doctor is well characterised and the second volume ends well, leading into the third volume, Final Sacrifice.
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