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Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension Vol 1 (GN)
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Rachel Stott Adriana Melo
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Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension Vol 1 (GN)

Rachel Stott Adriana Melo Cris Bolson George Mann


9781785865909

Titan Books


Science Fiction » Short Stories;
Science Fiction » Science;
Science Fiction » Space;
Science Fiction » Aliens;
Science Fiction » Time Travel;
Science Fiction » Graphic Novels Sci Fi;
Doctor Who » Dr Who Graphic Novel;
Media » Graphic Novels;
Doctor Who » Ninth Doctor;
Doctor Who » Tenth Doctor;
Doctor Who » Eleventh Doctor;
Doctor Who » Twelfth Doctor


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128 pages

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In this first of two volumes collecting 2017's giant Doctor Who crossover event, witness the return of Jenny, the Doctor's daughter, who has a terrifying message for the Twelfth Doctor, Bill, and Nardole: the Void is hungry, and it's beginning to devour the universe we know and love!

From there, the threat of the Void spirals out to affect all of the Doctor's incarnations - from the Ninth, who re-encounters Silurian detective Madame Vastra, to the Tenth, who battles cybernetic foes on a space station orbiting a white hole, to the Eleventh, who journeys beyond the universe and into an impossible era of his civilization's ancient past...!

By:   George Mann, Cavan Scott
Illustrated by:   Rachel Stott, Adriana Melo, Cris Bolson
Imprint:   Titan Books
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Volume:   1
Dimensions:   Height: 258mm,  Width: 170mm, 
ISBN:   9781785865909
ISBN 10:   1785865900
Series:   Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension
Pages:   128
Publication Date:   September 2018
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Nick Abadzis was born in Sweden to Greek and British parents and was brought up in England and Switzerland. He has been writing and drawing comics and graphic novels for all ages for over twenty-five years. His work has appeared in numerous books, newspapers, magazines and other periodicals around the world and he has been honored with various international storytelling awards, including an Eisner for his 2007 graphic novel, Laika. He also works as a publishing consultant, visual facilitator for corporate business and speaker on visual communication in culture. He lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife and daughter. Rachael Stott, winner of the Best Newcomer Artist at the British Comic Awards 2015, has worked on Planet of the Apes and Doctor Who.


If you need a Doctor Who fix, this is about as concentrated a dose as you're likely to find. - IGN Expansive, charming, and gorgeous. 9 out of 10. - Newsarama This was as one Doctor would say Fantastic! - Gamers Sphere A fan pleasing, joyride full of spectacular spirit, colour, exploration, and drama. 10 out of 10 - Blogtor Who Every time a new Doctor appeared so did a smile on my face. This series should be a cracker. - Nerdly The story is fantastic and the artwork stunning. 5 out of 5. - Kabooooom It's a very satisfying read with some great artwork provided by Rachel Scott. - Comicon If you have any love of the show of all, The Lost Dimension is definitely worth checking out. 4 out of 5 - - MYM Buzz This is a comic for longtime Whovians, and it will be a great way to keep my appetite sated until this Christmas when we meet Jodie Whitaker. - Multiversity Comics It's fun, frantic, and thoroughly enjoyable. - San Francisco Book Review

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