WEFOUNDDoctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #2.7


This is one of three ongoing Doctor Who comics by Titan Comics in the US. It uses British creative talent despite being intended for American audiences. This volume and Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor launched in July 2014, with Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor following a few months later after Peter Capaldi's first full season started airing on TV. The three comics were later combined into one title for sale in UK newsagents in February 2015, called Doctor Who Comic.

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This is one of three ongoing Doctor Who comics by Titan Comics in the US. It uses British creative talent despite being intended for American audiences. This volume and Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor launched in July 2014, with Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor following a few months later after Peter Capaldi's first full season started airing on TV. The three comics were later combined into one title for sale in UK newsagents in February 2015, called Doctor Who Comic.

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The Eleventh Doctor is an incarnation of the Doctor , the protagonist of the BBC science fiction television programme Doctor Who. He is played by …

Directed by Adam Smith. With Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Arthur Darvill, Caitlin Blackwood. With his TARDIS in ruins, the newly-regenerated Doctor with the help of …

The newly regenerated Doctor confronts one of the Atraxi. This scene was described as where the new incarnation, played by Matt Smith, "finally clicks into place ...

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: tackling actor likenesses in a comic book is not an easy task. It’s one thing to get a single image of an actor to be instantly recognizable; it something else to not only draw them over and over again, but do so in a way that brings to mind motion and movement. It’s why an artist can be good to draw a cover image, but is less than idea for sequential art. So while “Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor” #4 continues with another good script from Al Ewing, it’s guest artist Boo Cook who appears to be struggling as he tries to tackle Matt Smith’s likeness.

Regular artist Simon Fraser will be back with issue #6, and it’s nothing against Cook — who’s done some good art elsewhere — but I’m eager for Fraser to return. This isn’t an assignment that works well for everyone, and Fraser is clearly better suited to the book. Fortunately the comic ends on a lighter note with another 1-page tongue-in-cheek strip by Marc Ellerby; the perfect chuckle with which to close out the comic. “Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor” #4 is ultimately a reminder that when it comes to licensed comics, the art can slightly derail what is otherwise a promising book.

This is one of three ongoing Doctor Who comics by Titan Comics in the US. It uses British creative talent despite being intended for American audiences. This volume and Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor launched in July 2014, with Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor following a few months later after Peter Capaldi's first full season started airing on TV. The three comics were later combined into one title for sale in UK newsagents in February 2015, called Doctor Who Comic.

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The Eleventh Doctor is an incarnation of the Doctor , the protagonist of the BBC science fiction television programme Doctor Who. He is played by …

Directed by Adam Smith. With Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Arthur Darvill, Caitlin Blackwood. With his TARDIS in ruins, the newly-regenerated Doctor with the help of …

The newly regenerated Doctor confronts one of the Atraxi. This scene was described as where the new incarnation, played by Matt Smith, "finally clicks into place ...


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