I assume that this comic is set from season 3 of the new series onwards?! I hope that they can do a few stories from series 1 and 2 as I'd really like to see Nick's version of Rose. Billie Piper has a very unique face and I think Nick's style would suit it down to a tee.
"Understanding is a three edged sword: your side, their side and the truth"
Kosh Naranek - Babylon 5
I will wait for the collected edition and order it from amazon or the like. Importing single issues will be prohibitively expensive. I don't see Panini or BBC Worldwide running it as they have their own originated strips to run.
Post by Andy Turnbull on Nov 22, 2007 12:31:35 GMT
I'm sure I could point you in the direction of a few decent US based comic services online Ralph. Grahams Crackers flat rate shipping is $9.50 which only works out at under a fiver, so you might want to get it and a few comics together and it wouldn't be too bad.
Chances are that's what I'll be doing when they come out.
I've read the two IDW mini's so far. The first by Gary Russell is pretty poor to be honest, the issues with Nick's art were enjoyable but mostly for Nick's energetic take on the Doctor. The second mini was much improved and Tony Lee's work was good, save the last issue reveal of the villain it just fell flat for me.
Interesting how this has changed from the time the IDW books weren't even supposed to be available here as imports because DWM had exclusivity on comics. Titan seem to have steamrolled through it all, but I like their more sensible three ongoing title approach instead of the mess of mini series IDW did.
I forget, was it ever confirmed that DWM had an exclusive license, or was it just that IDW only had a US license? (Genuinely don't recall).
I am quite liking the sound of this, and could be persuaded to give it a try. I am quite hoping that they take full advantage of the huge gap in TennantDoc's timeline, which gives them a really big, legitamately unexplored gap to play around in.
Tis a good thing. I like the idea. A proper comic instead of the activity mag that Adventures is. Old school. I'll buy it for that reason alone, which is unusual for me because although I'm a big Who fan and a big comics fan, I've never been a fan of Who comics. I think the Dave Gibbons Fourth Doc stuff are the only ones I ever enjoyed. Maybe the Steve Parkhouse Fifth Doc.