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Published on July 2nd, 2010 | by Meredith Burdett

IDW Doctor Who Collected

Doctor Who by Tony LeeThe first collection of IDW’s Doctor Who comic book series is now available in the US to buy. Due to certain legalities, the series in unavailable to buy in the UK however, If you search very hard you’ll probably find a copy.

The collected volume covers two story arcs, including the “Silver Scream” arc and is written by Tony Lee. The series features artwork by Al Davison and Matthew Dow Smith.

An anomaly in the space-time continuum brings the Doctor to Hollywood during the Roaring Twenties, where he makes new friends and new enemies. But his actions attract the attention of the Shadow Proclamation, which puts him on trial for his life! This book

Doctor Who: Volume 1-Fugitive is available now, and can be picked up from good comic stores, Forbidden Planet and Amazon, where you should be able to find it for under £10.

IDW are also bringing out a Doctor Who annual for 2010 with various contributors.

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What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!

5 Responses to IDW Doctor Who Collected

  1. avatar Paul says:

    Thank god I can’t buy this.

  2. avatar Carn says:

    what a weird thing to say.

    Anyways yeah it’s pretty enjoyable. Might buy the collected as I’ve only got odd issues. There’s always some way to buy these things.

  3. avatar Paul says:

    Luckily, you can also find ways not to buy it.

  4. avatar Sol 3 Native says:

    Erm,having read it’s a bit of a disappointment but got to say; it’s been available in the UK for several weeks now. Anyone interested in Dr Who Comics is best suited to checking out ‘The Forgotten’ and ‘Throuh Time and Space’ by the same publishers.

  5. avatar Carn says:

    Oh come on, ‘The Forgotten’ was pretty awful and reeked of fanwankery and had really terrible art in most places. I’ve pretty much enjoyed the ongoing series, except for them having Martha back in it again. My least favorite Doctor Who character of all time by far (well the Simm incarnation of The Master is quite close now I think about it)

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