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READ & DOWNLOAD Doctor Who: Oblivion (Complete Eighth Doctor Comic Strips; Doctor Who a Panini Boo) î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ñ ❮BOOKS❯ ⚣ Doctor Who: Oblivion (Complete Eighth Doctor Comic Strips; Doctor Who a Panini Boo) Author ScotOboros and Oblivion Includes a newly extended conclusion to the poll winning Dalek strip Children of the Revolution a bonus strip Character Assassin featuring the Doctor's arch enemy the Master plus a fascinating page behind the scenes. The Eighth Doctor stories from Doctor Who Monthly are superb and this is a great collection with fascinating behind the scenes features about each story

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Feature Doctor Who Kindle in which writer Scott Gray reveals background information on the stories' origins alongside never before seen sketches and character designs from artists Martin Geraghty Lee Sullivan John Ross and Adrian Salm. Great funa bit fishy

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Doctor Who Oblivion Complete Eighth Doctor Comic Strips; Doctor Who a Panini BooThe 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 Ur. This is the third of the four collections of Eighth Doctor comic strips taken from Doctor Who magazine and the first full colour collection It details some major upheavals for companion Izzy and the introduction of Destrii a fish like alien who plays an important part in the Doctor's futureThe first story Ophidius which takes place in an alien space craft designed to destroy worlds starts off an arc that runs through to the last story Oblivion which takes place on an alien world where animal faced humanoids are in charge and gladiatorial combat decides rights of succession Along the way old friend Fey Truscott Sade returns in a World War 2 adventure Izzy has a baptism in the TARDIS swimming pool and alien artists plague Mexico and Frida Kahlo helps save the day The Daleks are here too having discovered peaceThe stories have the usual action and intelligence that I've come to expect from these collections Scott Gray weaves a story that is cosmic in scope but very intimate and moving as Izzy undergoes some distressing changes that even the Doctor is unable to help her with I think the Doctor really comes into his own in this collection McGann's Doctor has always been somewhat nebulous Writers have tended to write the Doctor they wanted to see rather than taking into account McGann's performance and attitudes to the character The comic book version solidifies here showing weaknesses and anger and great joy The relationship with Izzy like the 7th Doctor and Ace is a real precursor to the new series approach The art is also very good and the colouring is very rich and deep High points include John Ross' art on the FeyWW2 story and Lee Sullivan's daleksIf you haven't been buying these collections do so