David Haddon rated it really liked it Dec 31, 2014. Jason Curtin rated it it was amazing Apr 13, 2011. Sabrina Reiger rated it it was amazing Jun 09, 2016.
This book collects nearly 350 pages of comics from Doctor Who Magazine, mostly starring the Fourth Doctor but with two sixth Doctor strips and a seventh Doctor strip thrown in. This is the first volume of these classics. Steve Moore. In, "The Free-Fall Warriors," the Doctor gets involved in a space race in a limited plot episode where the Doctor mostly takes backseat.
The comics collected in this book are aimed at a fairly youthful audience, and occasionally this jars for an adult fan.
You should already be a Who fan if you are going to read this. Dane Wagner rated it it was amazing Nov 21, 2014. In many cases it is clear why these are short stories adapted for comics instea This book is an omnibus version of the Doctor Who Classics comics published by IDW. For the most part, its Baker's Doctor that you follow, so don't expect this to be like Tennant's or Smith's.
The story is fun but predictable. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The comics star the then-current TV Doctor, as played by Tom Baker, though he usually bears only a passing resemblance to his TV persona. Enlarge cover. Very enjoyable read especially if you're a doctor who fan.
Despite being only a few pages long, that instalment was plainly vastly superior to anything we'd seen on TV in years. No trivia or quizzes yet. Trivia About Doctor Who Classi... Return to Book Page. Showing 1-30. Rating details. It's refreshing that no attempt is made to reconcile any of these comics with the TV show, or to say which episodes they're supposed to be set between, even while the Doctor's outfit evolves in parallel with the TV version.