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Doctor Who Omnibus Volume 2 (Doctor Who IDW omnibuses)

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All 16 issues plus the 2010 annual and A Fairytale Life are collected in this Doctor Who Omnibus. Includes the final comic book tales of the 10th Doctor plus a stand alone tale starring the 11th Doctor that's not to be missed!
Paperback, 496 pages
Published November 5th 2013 by IDW Publishing
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Callie Rose Tyler
Apr 09, 2015 Callie Rose Tyler rated it liked it
Shelves: doctor-who
Doctor Who: Fugitive 2 stars
Doctor Who, Vol. 2: Tesseract 3 stars
Doctor Who Volume 3: Final Sacrifice (Doctor Who 4 stars
Ground Control 4 Stars, What's great about this story is that it questions the ethics of the Doctor. It is easy to see the Doctor as a hero, but isn't it reckless to and selfish to whisk people away from their lives and put them in almost constant danger....?
The Big, Blue Box 3 Stars, I love DW stories from the perspective of an outsider, for example this short story is narr
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Jean
Wasn't crazy about 10's story. It was dull and long, and the personality wasn't quite right. 11's was a lot of fun and I really enjoyed it.
Adam Graham
Apr 24, 2016 Adam Graham rated it liked it
This book collects all Sixteen Issues of IDW's first Ongoing Doctor Who Story featuring David Tennant as well as stories from the 2010 Doctor Who Annual and the Eleventh Doctor Mini-series, a Fairy Tale Life. The events of the main comic are set between in between the television stories, "Planet of the Dead" and "The Waters of Mars."

Issues 1 and 2 finds the Doctor in 1930s Hollywood teaming up with a knock off Charlie Chaplain to thwart aliens disguised as studio executive. The story is okay. No
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Doug
Mar 18, 2014 Doug rated it liked it
If I had to point out some of my issues with the Doctor's tenth form, this graphic novel has just about all of the things that just rubbed me the wrong way. The "no one dies today!" speeches followed by "I'm sorry, so so sorry" as someone dies. One of the major characters, mind; the Doctor often overlooks all the extras that have been dying this whole time. The putting someone else in charged because he is "not a leader" and then telling the woman he put into power that he could remove her "with ...more
Ruth
Sep 11, 2016 Ruth rated it really liked it
I liked the shorter stories more than the three volume set making up the majority of the book, but they were all still enjoyable.
Cale
Feb 04, 2014 Cale rated it really liked it
This collects something like 20 issues from the IDW series, with most of the stories being Tennant Era. Interestingly, they take place after the Donna era, and they actually invent two new companions for the Doctor, building a fairly strong arc of stories around them, built out of four major plots. The stories aren't as action-focused, although there is a fair bit of action in them; it's a lot of exploration of why the Doctor needs companions, and why people come to him. But the story also spans ...more
Jenna Leigh
Sep 24, 2015 Jenna Leigh rated it it was amazing
This was a fun, quick read (considering it was a bunch of graphic novels) and I enjoyed it lots, mostly because it was DW related and the artwork was well done. And the fact that it was Tennant era didn't hurt either, wink wonk. Well, I'm trash and that was my biased opinion because it wasn't influenced by Moffat I don't think. Bye-
Rodney
Aug 09, 2014 Rodney rated it really liked it
Inconsistent but ultimately gratifying story. The characterisation of The Doctor as always "on" is what chips away at your suspension of disbelief—what is used sparingly in other stories is overdone here, but the ultimate payoff is worth it.
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A New York Times Best-selling Graphic Novelist, Tony Lee was born in West London, UK in 1970. Informed by a teacher that he had a comic book style of writing, (a comment meant more as an insult), Tony decided that one day he would write for comics.

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Doctor Who IDW omnibuses (7 books)
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  • Doctor Who Classics Omnibus, Volume 2
  • Doctor Who Omnibus Volume 1
  • Doctor Who Series 1: Winter's Dawn, Season's End
  • Doctor Who Series 2:  The Girl Who Waited, The Boy Who Lived
  • Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time

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