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Weapons of Past Destruction (GN) (#1 Ninth Doctor) (Doctor Who)

Cavan Scott Blair Shedd



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Titan Books
25 October 2016
Science fiction; Graphic novels; Science; Space; Aliens; Time Travel; Sci-Fi Graphic Novel; Doctor Who Graphic Novel; Graphic Novel; Ninth Doctor
Travelling with his beloved companion, Rose Tyler, the Doctor discovers a cache of weapons left behind after the Time War that destroyed his people. To his horror he finds they are being bought and sold on the black market! Worse, a new and mysterious force are policing time, making use of the power vacuum left by the Time Lords' disappearance to shape history to their own ends!
By:   Cavan Scott
By (artist):   Blair Shedd
Imprint:   Titan Books
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 170mm,  Width: 258mm,  Spine: 5mm
Weight:   318g
ISBN:   9781785851056
ISBN 10:   1785851055
Series:   Doctor Who: Ninth Doctor
Pages:   128
Publication Date:   25 October 2016
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Cavan Scott is the author of sixty books and audio dramas including the Sunday Times Top 10 Bestseller Who-ology. Blair Shedd is a fan-favourite Doctor Who comics artist who has also drawn astounding artwork for Ghostbusters, and is behind creator-owned series The Raptor.

Reviews for Weapons of Past Destruction (GN) (#1 Ninth Doctor) (Doctor Who)

Flawless! 10 out of 10! Pop Culture Bandit Tremendous fun Bleeding Cool Cavan Scott has an ear for the Ninth Doctor - Comic Book Resources What a ride Nick Abadzis, Doctor Who: Tenth Doctor comic series This looks FANTASTIC! Must have! - Trevor Baxendale, Doctor Whonovels, BBC Books The art is joyously faithful to the 2005 Doctor Who aesthetic, andthe comic is a welcome reminder of the brimming enthusiasm and fun ofthat first revived series. Blogtor Who Nine-Rose-Jack dynamic was very well scripted Comics Beat Wild ride of a story - Geek Girl project A missing episode of the 2005 television series - Geek Syndicate A must-read for die-hard Doctor Who fans Geeksmash Full of everything that made that first series of New Who so much funand exciting to watch - Need To Consume It s fast, it s entertaining, there s mystery and it s Doctor Whostraight to the core - Flickering Myth Doctor Who fans will love it for sure - Geeks of doom Blair Shedd s art looks like a much higher budget version of the TVshow - Geeked Out Nation Impressive artwork - Sci-Fi Pulse Excellent story - TM Stash A definite must read! - Geek Girl World Reading this felt a lot like watching an episode of the TV show - Comics Verse Has the feel of the television series - Needless Essentials Fun ride that hooked me from the very first page - Whatcha Reading The book is artistically solid, and the writing is charming andexactly what an episode of Doctor Who is - Florida Geek Scene The story if brilliant, the art stunning - Collectors Corner Blair Shedd s artwork is spectacular - Comic Book Day The art by Blair Shedd is simply lovely - Nerds Unchained Fun - Pixelated Geek If you have a special place in your heart(s) for the Ninth Doctor, asI do, The Ninth Doctor comic is worth a look. - The Mary Sue A fabulous read, and one that all Whovians should pick up - Unleash The Fanboy Cavan Scott did an excellent job getting the characters right. I wasable to hear Chris Eccelston's voice so clearly as I was reading thisissue. - Critical Blast A fun new tale from the Ninth Doctor which brings back everythingthat was great and exciting from the original series in a whole newsetting - Nerdly Scott and Shedd capture the feel of Christopher Eccelston s 9thDoctor - Henchman-4-Hire Terrific - Scifi Bulletin This feels the way Nine, Jack, and Rose ought to feel, and it s nicebeing back on the TARDIS with them - Nerdspan beautiful artwork - Warped Factor It s great to be back on board with the Doctor, Rose and Jack. Theywere fantastic and you know what? they still are - Starburst

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