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Revolutions of Terror (GN) (#1 Tenth Doctor) (Doctor Who)
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Nick Abadzis Elena Casagrande
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Revolutions of Terror (GN) (#1 Tenth Doctor) (Doctor Who)

Nick Abadzis Elena Casagrande Arianna Florean Arianna Florean


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Science Fiction » Science;
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Collects #1-5 of the ongoing Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor comics series.

Gabriella Gonzales is stuck in a dead-end job in her family's New York launderette, 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!

By:   Nick Abadzis
Illustrated by:   Elena Casagrande, Arianna Florean, Arianna Florean
Imprint:   Titan Books
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 228mm,  Width: 152mm,  Spine: 13mm
Weight:   400g
ISBN:   9781782761730
ISBN 10:   178276173X
Series:   Doctor Who: Tenth Doctor
Pages:   128
Publication Date:   January 2015
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Nick Abadzis (born 1965) is a British cartoonist, comic book writer, and graphic novelist. He currently lives in New York, having moved from his previous home in London in 2010 Elena Casagrande (1983) has worked on comic books series like Star Trek, Ghost Whisperer, Angel, Infestation, True Blood, Doctor Who and X-Files.

A first class introduction to the comic book adventures of Gallifrey's finest - Kasterborous Calling Expert job of artistically channeling David Tennant and iconic elements from the show - The Pullbox Great Doctor Adventure - Entertainment Buddha This is an entertaining work of art. - Sci-Fi Online The art is very dynamic and beautiful to look at! - Pixelated Geek Captures the fun of The Tenth Doctor's adventures. - Comics Blend A lot of fun! - Comic Book Resources Fully embracing the spirit of the series, all Whovians will find themselves shouting Allons-y! - Newsarama It's an atmospheric story, with rich characterization. - Comics Worth Reading 10 out of 10! - Project Fandom Top marks for the artwork. - Sci-Fi Mafia For fans of the TV show this is a must buy, especially if you miss David Tennant's portrayal. - Panels And Pixels The artwork is superb. - Comic Book Therapy Would make a great addition to any comic library, not just a Whovian's! - Geeky Girl Project Nick Abadzis' dialogue for the Doctor is fantastic. - Den Of Geek The art work is wonderful! - Cult Den The adventures of the Tenth Doctor live on! - Examiner Absolutely blown away by the artwork. - Pop Cults The artwork is stunning. - Geek Syndicate Hits all the right notes - How To Love Comics Perfectly captures the spirit of Doctor Who! - Kabooooom! Fans will feel like they're getting a lost episode from the 10th Doctor. - Comic Vine It really captures the feel of Russell T. Davies' era of Who. - Nerd Like You A fun read! - Multiversity Comics The wonderful artwork makes you part of the adventure. - Awkward Geeks The comic is excellent! - David Tennant News Go buy this! - Comics Verse Whovians will not be disappointed - Flickering Myth The art is sublime! - The Gallifrey Times Highly enjoyable and entertaining. - Reading With A Flight Ring The dialogue sounds like David Tennant when you read it. - Following The Nerd Really captured the feel a 'Doctor Who' episode. - Science Fiction The Doctor Who comic fans have always deserved - Bloody Disgusting

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