Doctor Who: A Cold Day in Hell!
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Doctor Who: A Cold Day in Hell! (Doctor Who Graphic Novels)

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Comprising every Seventh Doctor adventure across the issues 130-150 inclusive, the collection also includes the Doctor's first encounter with Death's Head.

The collection includes the following:

• A Cold Day in Hell by Simon Furman, pencils by John Ridgway, inks by Tim Perkins
Ice Warriors on the rampage! The last regular Frobisher story
• Redemption by Simon Furman, pencils b...more
Paperback, 184 pages
Published May 2009 by Panini Books (first published July 1989)
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Stephen Theaker
I wasn't reading Doctor Who Magazine when it published these stories, so these were mostly new to me. John Ridgway left the strip after the title story, ending a long period of artistic stability. For the rest of the book the art is all over the place stylistically. As Richard Starkings (now famous for his Comicraft lettering), then editor of the strip, explains in an introduction, that was partly down to a need to cut costs and streamline production, but also an artistic decision - he liked the...more
Shannon Appelcline
Cold Day in Hell (130-133). I'm not convinced that this first story was meant to be about McCoy. It features the Doctor and Frobisher still angsting about Peri leaving, then Frobisher leaving himself. As such, it would have worked much better in continuity as a Colin Baker story set after Trial of a Time Lord. With that said, this is still a cool story because it has the Ice Warriors — even if we've seen most of the ideas before, like a group of Ice Warriors going rogue because they don't like p...more
Marcus Gipps
Lovely reprints of Doctor Who comics. Fine, and contains a couple of fun stories, but suffers from not being as good as some of the previous collections.
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