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Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor Volume 3 - Conversion Hardcover – December 29, 2015
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Rob Williams began his comics career with CLA$WAR, and now writes regular runs at 2000AD (Judge Dredd: Titan, Low Life, Trifecta, Ichabod Azrael) Marvel (Thanos, Spider-Man, Revolutionary War) as well as licensed titles like Indiana Jones and Star Wars, and his creator-owned successes Ordinary and The Royals. He lives in Bristol, UK. Simon Fraser is world traveling artist, born in Scotland, now based in New York City. Best known as the co-creator of Nikolai Dante for 2000AD, Fraser has drawn for Judge Dredd, Grindhouse, Family, Hell House and his own series, Lilly MacKenzie.
- Publisher : Titan Comics; Illustrated edition (December 29, 2015)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 136 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1782763031
- ISBN-13 : 978-1782763031
- Item Weight : 1 pounds
- Dimensions : 7 x 0.4 x 10.4 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #363,138 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I do have to say the story of a reality-warping entity that starts the book is probably the best of Titan's first run of Free Comic Book Day offerings for Doctor Who.
The rest of the book wraps up the big questions of this first series such as how did Jones become a well known king of pop music when his career had been as a bland beige figure who blends is so he's practically invisible as well as the finale of the battle against the scout.
While they're a few off notes, the story really does shine. The art is bold and imaginative and there are some powerful emotional moments when Alice stands out as a companion despite her having a few shaky moments. All in all, it's a satisfactory conclusion to a very good first year for the Eleventh Doctor at Titan Comics.