Book Review: Doctor Who. Volume 1, Fugitive by Tony Lee, Al Davison, & Matthew Smith


Author:Tony Lee, Al Davison, & Matthew Smith
TitleDoctor Who. Volume 1, Fugitive
Publication Info: IDW Publishing (2010)
ISBN: 1600106072
Summary/Review: My Doctor Who obsession continues into graphic novels.  Here the Tenth Doctor enjoys an adventure in 1920s Hollywood, gains two new companions, and a new nemesis, The Advocate.  The comic format allows for a visual imagination that would not likely be convincing in a televised format but on the other hand the dialogue seems spare and simplistic.  Still, this is an enjoyable romp.

Rating: **1/2

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2 responses to this post.

  1. I agree with most of what you’re saying, but I liked the dialogue. I thought it was enjoyable too.

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    • Thanks for your comment. I guess my commentary sounds a bit harsh, I just found that there was more action than dialogue than is typical in a televised Doctor Who which I love for it’s witty repartee.

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