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Doctor Who: Betrothal of Sontar (Anglais) Broché – 11 décembre 2012

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  • Collecting the Tenth Doctor and Rose's adventures from the pages of Doctor Who Magazine! This deluxe trade paperback collection contains extra features on the making of every story within.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Entertaining stories and great art. 19 septembre 2012
Par Dano - Publié sur
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I have been collecting the IDW graphic novels that featured the Tenth Doctor hoping to get stories that reminded me of the episodes. I never felt like they really matched the spirit of the show overall. However, this collection of "cartoon strips" manages to not only capture the spirit of the Tenth Doctor story arc, but had some really interesting and entertaining stories that were unique enough on their own that I would have read them without the Doctor in it. It was also nice to see Rose in the stories as well as it brought back good memories of the beginning Tenth Doctor season before things got...dark. The stories selections are a good sprinkling of dark, humorous, character-study or mystery and thrills through the collection. The stories are shorter than I would have liked (as I would prefer novel length as I hate that something I am enjoying is coming to an end. The art is decent though I think the inker and coloring job made the art look flatter and "thicker comic book looking" than I would've liked. But considering the source material, it is surprisingly good and better than many of the artists that have done some of the other Doctor Who comic book work I have seen. I would say the art is about a 3 star while the stories are 4 star. I look forward to seeing the other collection that has Donna and Martha in it when it arrives as it is supposed to be done by the same artists/writers as this collection. Highly recommend for Doctor Who collectors as well as fans of the Tenth Doctor and Rose Tyler.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Closest thing to the show I've read in Doctor Who comics. 27 août 2014
Par JOHNNYSTOMP! - Publié sur
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This was my favorite of the 10th Doctor Graphic Novels that came out of Doctor Who Weekly. Compared to the previous two volumes, this one has the greatest variety of artists while at the same time having the most consistent and extensive storyline. It's the closest to an actual season that these volumes have gotten. I give a lot of the credit to writer (and sometimes artist) Dan McDaid who oversees and writes most of the stories. What made me even happier was that his Tennant-esque dialog was the closest I've read to the actual show. I liked this volume a lot and it doesn't require knowledge of the previous two volumes to enjoy. It stands on it
s own perfectly. And for those of us that still Miss Tennant, this was a perfect surprise.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 awesome collection of Doctor Who Magazine history 20 juillet 2015
Par Jabee - Publié sur
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I am having so much fun reading through these now, as so many of the old strips ended up being made later into episodes of their own. The graphics are different from the current Titan run, but still wonderful. Stories range in length but are all fast-paced and engaging. Also have to praise the shipper. It came within a week, even from overseas, and was only half the covef price even though this collection is marked as "out of print". Thanks guys!
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Defective binding on multiple copies 4 février 2015
Par Bill Harting, Jr - Publié sur
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I'd love to rate this on the content, but I can't. Ordered this as a Christmas gift. Within five minutes of the book being opened, the cover separated and the spine started falling apart. Amazon sent a replacement, only to have the same thing happen. It appears there was a defective batch that had problems with the binding.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Stellar Run of Comics 14 juillet 2013
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The Crimson Hand, a stellar time for the Doctor Who Magazine comic that really brought out the inventive/creative spirit of the comic team, almost as stellar as (or more so than?) the Child of Time arc. They really had fun pairing up the Tenth Doctor with an unusual, opportunistic, mysterious companion by the name of Majenta Pryce. The mystery may not have been too mysterious, in retrospect, but the concept was pretty exciting, and brought back some old favorites like Max Edison and Stockbridge (which first showed up in the 80s/late 90s run of DWM comics) and UNIT, although in Australia. And the Doctor got to be a private eye in a homage to The Spirit.
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