Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor #1

Doctor Who The Tenth Doctor The Eisner Award winning Nick Abadzis Laika and fan favorite Elena Casagrande Angel Suicide Risk Doctor Who Star Trek take control of the TARDIS for their first five issue arc with the Tenth Doctor

  • Title: Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor #1
  • Author: Nick Abadzis Elena Casagrande
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 318
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  • The Eisner Award winning Nick Abadzis Laika and fan favorite Elena Casagrande Angel, Suicide Risk, Doctor Who, Star Trek take control of the TARDIS for their first five issue arc with the Tenth Doctor, as played by David Tennant Gabriella Gonzalez is stuck in a dead end job in her family s New York Laundromat, dreaming of college and bigger, better and brighter things.The Eisner Award winning Nick Abadzis Laika and fan favorite Elena Casagrande Angel, Suicide Risk, Doctor Who, Star Trek take control of the TARDIS for their first five issue arc with the Tenth Doctor, as played by David Tennant Gabriella Gonzalez is stuck in a dead end job in her family s New York Laundromat, dreaming of college and bigger, better and brighter things.So when a strange man with an even stranger big blue box barges into her life on the eve of the Day of the Dead celebrations talking about an infestation of psychic aliens she seizes her chance for adventure with both hands.After Donna s tragic exit, the Doctor thought he was done with new companions But Gabby Gonzalez is going to prove him wrong if she survives the night

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    About “Nick Abadzis Elena Casagrande”

    1. Nick Abadzis Elena Casagrande

      Nick Abadzis was born in Sweden to Greek and English parents and was brought up in Switzerland and England He is a writer and artist who likes comics which means these days he seems to be known as a graphic novelist His work for both adults and children has been published in many countries across the world.He also works as an editorial consultant and has helped set up several best selling and innovative children s magazines, including most recently, The DFC for David Fickling Books, the first British children s comic to feature original characters in nearly a quarter of a century His storytelling contribution, Cora s Breakfast, was featured in The Guardian His work has also appeared in The Times, The Independent on Sunday, TimeOut, Radio Times and various other BBC publications and websites Other clients have included Eaglemoss Publications, HarperCollins, Harcourt Education Orchard Books, DC Comics, Marvel Comics and 2000AD He lives in London with his wife and daughter.

    870 thoughts on “Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor #1”


    1. LOVED IT!! As part of the 2015 reading challenge I was supposed to read a graphic novel and, of course, why wouldn't I pick one from Doctor Who? I don't think there's a moment when I'll tire of the 10th Doctor. The novel takes off from Donna's departure and introduces a new companion who's Mexican-American, Gabby Gonzalez. There's great chemistry between her and the Doctor and the adventures are pretty cool. I would have loved to seen her in the actual series, but we can't have it all.


    2. The Tenth Doctor, still reeling from the loss of Donna, meets an awesome Mexican-American artist named Gabby and goes on an adventure fighting dream monsters and visiting an art planet in the future. So, obviously, super exciting and awesome.



    3. Intriguing first comic of the series.Revolutions of Terror was the three-part premiere story of Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor comic strip series published in 2014. It introduced the Tenth Doctor's new companion, Gabriella "Gabby" Gonzalez.Summary:Gabriella Gonzalez is stuck in a dead-end job in her family's New York Laundromat, dreaming of college and bigger, better and brighter things. So when a strange man with an even stranger big blue box barges into her life on the eve of the Day of the Dead [...]


    4. Beautiful. There is nothing about this book I didn't like. The art is good, the story was solid, and Gaby is an amazing companion. I've been reading the other two doctor's Titan books, but I just keep wishing they were as good as the Tenth's. One of the best comic book experiences I've had.


    5. doctor whooooVery good! reminds me of a real episode of doctor who i just wish it was longer cause it was starting to get good!!


    6. lovely art. two stories in one volume, the second was excellent and the first used a laundry machines in Queens NY as interstellar travel aids, what more could you want from a Doctor Who comic?


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