a real world point of view
|The Child of Time|
|Editor:||Tom Spilsbury, Scott Gray|
|Cover pencils:||David A. Roach|
|Cover inker:||David A. Roach|
|Cover colours:||James Offredi|
|Printed in:||Doctor Who Magazine|
|Release date:||December 2012|
|Format:||Paperback 242 pages|
|Doctor Who Magazine graphic novels|
|The Crimson Hand||Nemesis of the Daleks|
- You may be looking for the titular comic story.
Like all in the series, it was notable for its high quality digital restoration of the comics. It was the first chance readers had of seeing the original version of the comics since they were first published in DWM in 2009 and 2010.
Publisher's summary Edit
Collected Eleventh Doctor Comic Strips — Volume 1
Featuring nine amazing stories:
- Planet Bollywood
- The Golden Ones
- The Professor, the Queen and the Bookshop
- The Screams of Death
- Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night
- Forever Dreaming
- The Child of Time
The Doctor has a new companion – Amy Pond – and together the two of them embark on a thrilling journey through time and space. Along the way, the two friends arrive on a planet with some extraordinary plant life, encounter a society that keeps bursting into song, and enter a surreal dream world where they meet the mysterious Dark. The Doctor also faces his old enemies, the Axons, in Tokyo, and a new mystery begins: just who is the strange little girl, Chiyoko, the enigmatic ‘Child of Time’ …?
PLUS! A bumper commentary section where the writers, artists and editors reveal the stories behind the strips, featuring never-before-published artwork, original story outlines and much more!
An essential collection for fans of Doctor Who and classic British comics!
Additional features Edit
- Commentary by writers, artists and editors
- Project Editor: Tom Spilsbury & Scott Gray
- Designer: Peri Godbold
- Cover pencils and inks by: David A Roach
- Cover colours by: James Offredi
- Head of Production: Mark Irvine
- Managing Editor: Alan O'Keefe
- Managing Director: Mike Riddell
- Special thanks to: Steven Moffat, Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Gary Russell, Richard Atkinson, Peter Ware, John Ainsworth, Mark Wright and all the writers and artists whose work is presented herein