Doctor Who The Eleventh Doctor The Eleventh Doctor /

Al Ewing

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Doctor Who
London : Titan Comics 2014-
Item Description
"BBC new adventures with the Eleventh Doctor"--Cover.
Collects: Doctor Who: the eleventh doctor #1-5 [v. 1] ; Doctor Who: the eleventh doctor #6-10 [v. 2] ; Doctor Who: the eleventh doctor #11-15 [v. 3] ; Doctor Who: the eleventh doctor year two #1-5 [v. 4] ; Doctor Who: the eleventh doctor year two #6-10 [v. 5]
Physical Description
volumes (unpaged) : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 27 cm
Main Author
Al Ewing (author)
Other Authors
Rob (Robert Glyndwr) Williams (author), Simon Fraser, 1969- (artist), Gary Caldwell
  • v. 1.
  • After life
  • v. 2.
  • Serve you
  • v. 3.
  • Conversion
  • v. 4.
  • Then and the now
  • v. 5.
  • One
Review by School Library Journal Reviews

Gr 7 Up—The Doctor returns for two new adventures in time and space in these graphic novels featuring the 10th and 11th incarnations of everybody's favorite time-traveling alien. In Revolutions of Terror, Gabriella Gonzalez dreams of a life outside the family business and a break from the yoke of her father's relentless work ethic. When strange things start happening around her neighborhood and an even stranger pinstripe-wearing man shows up at her family diner, Gabby soon finds herself running for her life and fighting to save the world. After Life introduces Alice, a young woman struggling to keep a roof over her head and her hopes alive. After a chance encounter with a bow-tied stranger, Alice finds herself hunting for a rainbow dog, facing down aliens, and traveling the galaxy in a familiar blue box. Readers new to Doctor Who will appreciate the stand-alone feel of these two titles; neither book requires significant knowledge of the series to be enjoyed. Different artists and authors give each volume a slightly unique look and feel, with illustrations ranging from caricature to realism. Both Alice and Gabby slip into the role of companion nicely, and the manic energy of the 10th and 11th Doctors are captured well by the artists, though David Tennant is depicted more effectively than Matt Smith. VERDICT For libraries that have a large Doctor Who following, these two volumes will be excellent and popular additions to the stacks.—Clair Segal, LREI, New York City [Page 174]. (c) Copyright 2015 Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

Review by Publisher Summary 1

Alice Obiefune is at the end of her rope when the Doctor appears, quickly agreeing to accompany him on the Tardis the pair set out to capture an alien pet loose in London, investigate in the 1930s Bayou, and discover the truth behind a austerity-hit pleasure planet.

Review by Publisher Summary 2

ALL-NEW ADVENTURES WITH THE ELEVENTH DOCTOR! With a force of personality capable of bending time itself and all the energy of a star’s exploding heart, the Doctor blasts into the hollow, tragic life of a woman with so much to offer – and gives her the chance to scream “Geronimo!” at the thrills, colours and terrors of an infinite universe!Masterful writers Al Ewing (Loki: Agent of Asgard, Mighty Avengers) and Rob Williams (Ordinary, The Royals: Masters of War) team with astounding artists Simon Fraser (Nikolai Dante) and Boo Cook (Elephantmen) to blast the Eleventh Doctor – as played by Matt Smith – into a tantalising new era of time-twisting comics stories! Collects Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #1-5.