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Published on November 7th, 2013 | by Drew Boynton

Prisoners of Time #10 Out Now

Just the other day, IDW Publishing released the newest issue of their Prisoners of Time comic book series. If you are not familiar with it, this is an ambitious 12-part maxi-series that features a different Doctor in each issue. The new issue, #10, features (of course) the Tenth Doctor and companion Martha Jones in an adventure to the Griffith Observatory in 1950s-era Los Angeles.

Written by David and Scott Tipton (IDW’s Star Trek and Angel comics) with what looks to be stunning art and likenesses by Italian illustrator Elena Casagrande (Hulk, True Blood), Prisoners of Time #10 will be one of the last issues of Doctor Who-related comics that IDW publishes.

Last summer, the company lost its Doctor Who license and their final Who-related comics will appear at the end of 2013. As an effect, longtime IDW Who-writer and fan-favorite Tony Lee recently announced on his Facebook page that he will be cutting back on his convention appearances, especially in 2014.

Prisoners of Time 10

It appears that the upstart Titan Comics company may be taking over the Who license next year.

IDW’s Prisoners of Time #10, with cover art by Francesco Francavilla, is available online and at your finer comic book establishments. The cover price is $3.99.

See a full preview of the comic at Comic Book Resources.


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Drew has been a fan of Doctor Who ever since he flipped through the channels late one night and saw a girl blowing up an army of funny robot men with nothing but a slingshot and some old coins. He currently lives somewhere in the woods of Missouri with his beautiful wife Barbara.

2 Responses to Prisoners of Time #10 Out Now

  1. avatar John Miller says:

    Is that supposed to be a Weeping Angel on the cover? if so, there isn’t one in the comic. The Celestial Toymaker is also on the cover of the Eight Doctor issue, yet fails to even get a namecheck.

    IDW have created some of the best Who comics of the lot, at least in terms of stories and attention to behaviour of characters. Some of their likenesses are a bit off however.

    • avatar Al says:

      The covers showing the weeping angels, toymaker, etc are a montage from the history of the series. They aren’t meant to indicate who is in a specific issue. The cover is just one of numerous variants each issue. The Seventh Doctor variant had the Rani, for example.

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