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Published on October 6th, 2013 | by Nick Kitchen


Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time #9 Out Now

The ninth installment of IDW’s Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time series, celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who with a 12 issue run, is now available. Issue #9 features, you guessed it, the Ninth Doctor and everyone’s favorite companion, Rose Tyler.

This issue promises some major revelations for the Prisoners of Time story-line:

“Who has been kidnapping the Doctor’s companions? The Doctor’s mysterious enemy revealed!”

Now that’s a teaser (#thisishowitsdone)! The cover artwork also features the creepy mask kid from the Series 1 episodes, The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances. Will the issue see the return of the Chula? Who’s been snatching up his companions?

IDW's Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time continues


Will there be creepy mask people?

If you’re following along with the series, now is the time to find out! It’s available from IDW online, the Comixology mobile app, and your favorite local comic shop.



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4 Responses to Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time #9 Out Now

  1. avatar Al says:

    I won’t spoil, but I don’t think many readers will have correctly guessed who the baddie is. It’ll be interesting to see how this pans out in the remaining issues.

    • avatar Bob James says:

      I agree. I didn’t really harbor a clue because even with the presence of a vortex manipulator, there was no way it could be what people might have thought. I didn’t see that one coming. And that the reveal had more to do with the Ninth Doctor than the others. I have enjoyed this series, but Roger Langridge, who provided art for the Eighth Doctor story, is not amongst my favorite artists. And the as yet inexplicable presence of what appeared to be the Celestial Toymaker on cover A of the Eighth Doctor issue. What was up with that?

  2. avatar Simon Magellan says:

    I had high hopes for this, but have rather lost interest – the individual stories have had little to do with the eras they represent (what exactly was the point of the Fifth Doctor’s episode?) and the arc has been barely sketched in – just a case of a repetition of the disappearing companions at the end of each. The artwork hasn’t been up to much either. No, very disappointing.

  3. avatar Sally Ann Price says:

    I love Christopher Eccleston. He was great with Billie Piper. They were great together. Christopher Eccleston was great!

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