Doctor Who Classics Vol IDW Publishing is proud to add to its Doctor Who line with this collection of classic Doctor Who comics featuring some of the best talents in the business Up first adventures featuring the fourth do

  • Title: Doctor Who Classics, Vol. 1
  • Author: Justin Eisinger Chris Ryall Dez Skinn Pat Mills John Wagner Dave Gibbons Paul Neary
  • ISBN: 9781600101892
  • Page: 390
  • Format: Paperback
  • IDW Publishing is proud to add to its Doctor Who line with this collection of classic Doctor Who comics, featuring some of the best talents in the business Up first, adventures featuring the fourth doctor courtesy of Pat Mills, John Wagner, and Dave Gibbons Originally published in back and white, each page features all new, state of the art coloring by color artist CharlIDW Publishing is proud to add to its Doctor Who line with this collection of classic Doctor Who comics, featuring some of the best talents in the business Up first, adventures featuring the fourth doctor courtesy of Pat Mills, John Wagner, and Dave Gibbons Originally published in back and white, each page features all new, state of the art coloring by color artist Charlie Kirchoff.Description from back cover

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    1. The Iron Legion: unbelievable plots, bad dialogue, and ridiculous characters. Worst, it sends the Doctor off to an alternate universe, generally unknown in the TV show. A sad start to the strip, only redeemed by some beautiful artwork by Dave Gibbons [2/10]. City of the Damned: A much better story, though it feels more like 2000AD than the Doctor Who shows of the 1970s [6/10]. Timeslip: Nice to see the older doctors in the comics, but not much story here [5/10]. The Star Beast: Some nice charact [...]

    2. Not too bad. This is a collection of material of material that first appeared in the Doctor Who comic from Marvel UK. As such it features the fourth Doctor, but with only K-9 for a companion. The stories are interesting but they have been reprinted before. I think this series should have started with the earliest UK stories and proceeded chronologically. Still this is a good collection of stories.

    3. I never thought I'd hate anything Doctor Who as much as I do this comic, it is boring, dumb and doesn't have any of the charm that the TV show does. I think I'd rather just watch the show and maybe I'll try the novels for the new series instead.

    4. I enjoyed the campy feeling of the classic Doctor Who stories this invoked but there really wasn't much plot to any of the stories. It was lacking the fourth Doctor's charm and wit. I did enjoy they stories with K-9 (I felt this is where some of the Doctor's charactoristic banter appeared).

    5. Okay, this was much better. I especially liked the one where the Tardis is going reverse through time. I always like stories inside the Tardis. Maybe I just like the old Doctors in comic form? I certainly liked this better than the ones with Ten. Haven't tried the Eleven ones yet.

    6. This book brings back a lot of memories. Especially, the reprints of the early DW classic strips with Tom Baker.

    7. Reprinted from the late 70's/early 80's. Color has been added. Quick, and fun. Doctor Who fans should enjoy it!

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