Doctor Who: Oblivion
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Doctor Who: Oblivion (Doctor Who Graphic Novels: The Eighth Doctor #3)

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The Eighth Doctor clashes with a new host of enemies in this latest collection of classic adventures! This volume features seven amazing stories: "Ophidius," "Beautiful Freak," "The Way of All Flesh," "Children of the Revolution," "Me and My Shadow," "Uroboros," and "Oblivion!" Includes a newly-extended conclusion to the poll-winning Dalek strip "Children of the Revolution...more
Paperback, 228 pages
Published October 2006 by Panini Books
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A nice conclusion to Izzy's story, even if the revelations made in her final pages seem to come a bit out of left field. The run of strips compiled in "Oblivion" feel like a complete season arc, although admittedly more of an emotionally-driven one than the previous McGann collections. In fact, the emotions - centering on Izzy's forced body swap with the fish-like alien Destrii - are the best part about the strips, because for once, the longer plots are a touch lacking. There's a lot of content...more
Stephen Theaker
I first bought this book back in 2006, when it was released, but lost it after reading a dozen or so pages (I think it might have been knocked into the recycling bin). After almost four years of searching I finally gave up and bought a new copy.

This is the first volume in colour, and it really benefits. Martin Geraphy's artwork, which was a bit overwhelming in black and white, looks immensely better here.

Scott Gray's stories are confident and assured, with Children of the Revolution, a sequel to...more
Flawless from start to finish. I share Scott Gray's deep love for body-switch stories, and he got a million wonderful twists and turns out of it in this issue. There's severe body horror and macabre humour as well, probably more than in any other Doctor Who story I've found so far, and all of the characters absolutely shine. The plot threads that were started way back in Izzy's debut episode come to a brilliant conclusion. One of the best Doctor Who releases I've ever seen.
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