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It's the triumphant conclusion to the Eleventh Doctor's epic first year, as his first fifteen-issue arc builds to an unforgettable crescendo! How will the Doctor's new companions - Alice, ARC and Jones - be affected by the end of this book... and will anyone make it out alive for Year Two?! Collects Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor issues #11-15 It's the triumphant conclusion to the Eleventh Doctor's epic first year, as his first fifteen-issue arc builds to an unforgettable crescendo! How will the Doctor's new companions - Alice, ARC and Jones - be affected by the end of this book... and will anyone make it out alive for Year Two?! Collects Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor issues #11-15


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It's the triumphant conclusion to the Eleventh Doctor's epic first year, as his first fifteen-issue arc builds to an unforgettable crescendo! How will the Doctor's new companions - Alice, ARC and Jones - be affected by the end of this book... and will anyone make it out alive for Year Two?! Collects Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor issues #11-15 It's the triumphant conclusion to the Eleventh Doctor's epic first year, as his first fifteen-issue arc builds to an unforgettable crescendo! How will the Doctor's new companions - Alice, ARC and Jones - be affected by the end of this book... and will anyone make it out alive for Year Two?! Collects Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor issues #11-15

30 review for Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor, Vol. 3: Conversion

  1. 5 out of 5

    Rick

    Hello, My name is Rick and I am a Whovian. Adiction, admitting it is the first step, right? ;) So this is the 3rd volume of the new adventures of the Eleventh Doctor (although I'm not sure if these numbers really mean anything anymore, thanks Moffett) and it builds directly off the events of the previous volume. It's good, it's fun, it's The Doctor (bow tie included). I do not know if it's because there are 4 separate Doctor Who title running concurrently or if it's just that the stories seem rus Hello, My name is Rick and I am a Whovian. Adiction, admitting it is the first step, right? ;) So this is the 3rd volume of the new adventures of the Eleventh Doctor (although I'm not sure if these numbers really mean anything anymore, thanks Moffett) and it builds directly off the events of the previous volume. It's good, it's fun, it's The Doctor (bow tie included). I do not know if it's because there are 4 separate Doctor Who title running concurrently or if it's just that the stories seem rushed and under-developed, but I'm just having trouble enjoying these new Titan comics. Don't get me wrong, they are enjoyable - just not quite as good as I think they could be. It might also be that I got really burned out with Matt Smith's particular zany antics and maybe these comics are still to soon for me to really enjoy. This time around the Doctor's TARDIS Crew wrap up all the loose threads, dangling plot lines and character arcs left over from the previous ten issues and set things up for a new status quo for the Eleventh Doctor.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Callie *Fights Censorship*

    Are we finally done with SERVEYOU inc? I hope so, of course I thought the last volume was the last of it. This was a pretty average volume with a few standout moments. The Doctor and crew end up in the Roman Empire and take on a very interesting subject, the conversion of Rome from being polytheistic to Christian. This was a very unique bit of DW explaining a historical event that I found to be well executed and clever. Second...Cybermen. Thirdly, the plot had real weight and consequences. Often t Are we finally done with SERVEYOU inc? I hope so, of course I thought the last volume was the last of it. This was a pretty average volume with a few standout moments. The Doctor and crew end up in the Roman Empire and take on a very interesting subject, the conversion of Rome from being polytheistic to Christian. This was a very unique bit of DW explaining a historical event that I found to be well executed and clever. Second...Cybermen. Thirdly, the plot had real weight and consequences. Often the plots of these comics feel less, like they have to save the best for the show, and they can't add anything to the DW universe that would change the lore or history of the Doctor. However, in this volume they really attempted to give the reader an epic story arc finale. Lastly, and most importantly... That's right an appearance from The Goblin King the gremlin king. Ever since I realized Jones is a David Bowie stand-in, I've been waiting to see him dressed as his character from my favorite movie of all time Labyrinth. It was everything I could hope for and I very much enjoyed seeing various lines from my beloved movie in the Doctor Who world.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Trevor

    This gets points for having Emperor Constantine fight Cybermen at the Battle of the Milvian Bridge. Execution could be a bit better however.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ashqtara

    Hmmm. Ziemlich viel timey-wimey für meinen Geschmack, dadurch fühlte es sich oft sehr konfus und zu hektisch an. Storytechnisch wurden aber die Handlungsstränge um den Talentsucher, Arche (<3) und Jones gut zu Ende geführt. Auch der kurze Ausflug nach Rom war ganz okay, mit interessanter Erklärung, wie sich Kaiser Konstantin dem Christentum zuwandte. Und die Episode mit dem verzweifelten Doctor trug für mich viel dazu bei, den Character nach den letzten beiden Bänden wieder etwas mehr auf den Bo Hmmm. Ziemlich viel timey-wimey für meinen Geschmack, dadurch fühlte es sich oft sehr konfus und zu hektisch an. Storytechnisch wurden aber die Handlungsstränge um den Talentsucher, Arche (<3) und Jones gut zu Ende geführt. Auch der kurze Ausflug nach Rom war ganz okay, mit interessanter Erklärung, wie sich Kaiser Konstantin dem Christentum zuwandte. Und die Episode mit dem verzweifelten Doctor trug für mich viel dazu bei, den Character nach den letzten beiden Bänden wieder etwas mehr auf den Boden zu bringen, danke dafür! :) Von den Zeichnungen her war der Comic wieder okay, wenn eins sich einmal dran gewöhnt hat geht es, ansonsten sieht Eleven schon oft nicht sehr nach Eleven aus, aber gut. Grobe Proportionsschnitzer sind mir dieses Mal nicht aufgefallen, ein großes Plus! :'D Alles in allem ein solider Band, der sich ganz gut las, diesen Teil der Handlung soweit abschließt und Eleven und Alice zu neuen Abenteuern aufbrechen lässt. Auch wenn ich Arche in den nächsten Comics sehr vermissen werde...

  5. 5 out of 5

    Adam Aufderheide

    I JUST LOVE THESE 11TH DOCTOR COMICS! So fun, and happy. It really captures the spirit of doctor who, printed.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Steven Shinder

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Art throughout this volume is incredible. In terms of story, this may be better than volume 2 but not as good as volume 1. I've read the first two stories in this before, but the last two, which are two parts each, were new to me. The first story, "Give Free or Die," is from a Free Comic Book Day issue and feels meta but fun. "Four Dimension" really plays around with colors and includes an homage to David Bowie's Labyrinth character. "Conversion" contains a conclusion that reminds me very much a Art throughout this volume is incredible. In terms of story, this may be better than volume 2 but not as good as volume 1. I've read the first two stories in this before, but the last two, which are two parts each, were new to me. The first story, "Give Free or Die," is from a Free Comic Book Day issue and feels meta but fun. "Four Dimension" really plays around with colors and includes an homage to David Bowie's Labyrinth character. "Conversion" contains a conclusion that reminds me very much about something to do with Kosh in Babylon 5, which is funny because how ARC looks reminds me of Kosh. In "The Comfort of the Good," we see how the TARDIS reacts to The Doctor's questionable choices and how low he gets. There's a moment when it seems like The Doctor's mother comes into play, but it turns out to be the Talent Scout from Surveyou Inc. Doctor Who comics NEED to STOP doing this sort of thing. This is like when an issue from the IDW comic story "The Forgotten" ended with a possible tease for The Valeyard, which turned out not to be true. Or Titan's Tenth Doctor series in which an issue ends with The Doctor taking on the appearance of the Ninth and seeming like he'd be in the story longer, only to have his face back to normal within a few panels of the next issue. The comic book writers need to look at Paul Cornell's Third Doctor comic miniseries had an issue end with a surprise appearance, and then later revealed that character to not be what he seemed but turn out to be an even better surprise. These other writers have gone in the opposite direction with these kinds of gimmicks. Anyway, all that aside, this was a pretty good conclusion for the companions' character arcs. ARC became one with the entity and said some heartfelt goodbyes. Jones got to travel through time and space and become a legendary prog rock musician. And Alice was able to see her mother watch Jones' concert. Alice remains with The Doctor, and I'm guessing there's a one companion per Doctor limit for the Four Doctors crossover. But I'm really gonna miss Jones and ARC. They brought a different kind of diversity we're not used to seeing in modern Doctor Who: a man from a different time period, and a being who doesn't look human at all. And they were fun to follow. If anyone else joins The Doctor and Alice's TARDIS crew, they have big shoes to fill.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Andy Hickman

    Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor – CONVERSION by Al Ewing, Boo Cook (Artist), Hi-Fi (Colorist) “A thrilling TARDIS chase through the atmosphere — after no ordinary comet! Tracking the Entity's signal from the Berlin Wall in 1976 to Rome, 31 AD, the Doctor, Alice, Jones and ARC stumble into an ancient mystery that will forever change the course of human history! And the burden and dangers of a life aboard the TARDIS start to hit home for Jones — is this his farewell tour?” *** Quotes: Doctor Who: The Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor – CONVERSION by Al Ewing, Boo Cook (Artist), Hi-Fi (Colorist) “A thrilling TARDIS chase through the atmosphere — after no ordinary comet! Tracking the Entity's signal from the Berlin Wall in 1976 to Rome, 31 AD, the Doctor, Alice, Jones and ARC stumble into an ancient mystery that will forever change the course of human history! And the burden and dangers of a life aboard the TARDIS start to hit home for Jones — is this his farewell tour?” *** Quotes: Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #11 “[The TARDIS] told me what HAPPENED … it BROKE itself – broke space INSIDE itself. DELIBERERATELY. To flush something OUT that had burrowed deep in the structure.” - Gabby Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #12 - Conversion Part 1 - The Emperor MAXENTIUS currently believes himself to be the sole emperor of Rome. "Forward, commilitones!" [Roman term for 'my fellow soldiers'] – Maxentius The Emperor CONSTANTINE – believes similar. "Come, conveterani!" [Roman term for 'my fellow veterans'] – Constantine. Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #13 - Conversion Part 2 - “And real things, while scary, are also proud and insecure and fallible and, on occasion, and this is IMPORTANT to remember, they are weak.” Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #14 – The Comfort of the Good Part 1 - Jones is reminiscing: “Music on the radio. Frankie Lymon, Little Richard, ELVIS. First time I HEARD them, I thought I was hearing God.” Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #15 – The Comfort of the Good Part 2 - “Welllll, I recognise an ending, don't I? I'm old enough to do that. I've seen my share.” - Gabby - - -

  8. 5 out of 5

    Owen Townend

    A satisfying end to Year One of the Eleventh Doctor in Titan Comics. Ewing and Williams round off the run artfully with a satisfying conclusion to the ServeYou plot arc. Since the events of the previous volume, the Doctor has a lot of making up to do and promises to finally make good on. He does this though his recent wicked turn makes him seem untrustworthy to that which he seeks to help and even the TARDIS herself. Two out of three companions leave the adventure after proving themselves immeasu A satisfying end to Year One of the Eleventh Doctor in Titan Comics. Ewing and Williams round off the run artfully with a satisfying conclusion to the ServeYou plot arc. Since the events of the previous volume, the Doctor has a lot of making up to do and promises to finally make good on. He does this though his recent wicked turn makes him seem untrustworthy to that which he seeks to help and even the TARDIS herself. Two out of three companions leave the adventure after proving themselves immeasurably. Still it was sad to see them go as they are some of the more remarkable characters to travel with the Doctor that I have ever come across. Still everything and everyone has it's time. I really enjoyed all that Ewing and Williams did with the Eleventh Doctor and hope they keep returning to the series. The same goes for Pleece and Cook whose illustrations were especially rich and detailed in this volume. I now intend to see what Year Two has to offer. I recommend Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor Volume 3 - Conversion to those who have read the previous two volumes and want to see this thrilling arc through to a grand conclusion.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Rocky Sunico

    This final volume of the first "series" of the Doctor Who Eleventh Doctor comics tries to bring to a close the whole meta-plot about the Entity, its connection to ARC, and all that fun stuff. The book had a bigger focus on the consequence of the Doctor becoming the CEO temporarily but also some of his decisions in this larger adventure that were somewhat questionable. And it reached a point with the TARDIS being particularly willful in this series, culminating with the TARDIS steering our advent This final volume of the first "series" of the Doctor Who Eleventh Doctor comics tries to bring to a close the whole meta-plot about the Entity, its connection to ARC, and all that fun stuff. The book had a bigger focus on the consequence of the Doctor becoming the CEO temporarily but also some of his decisions in this larger adventure that were somewhat questionable. And it reached a point with the TARDIS being particularly willful in this series, culminating with the TARDIS steering our adventurers more than normal AND even getting into a sort of fight with the Doctor. But I really appreciated the rather introspective nature to things and how it ultimately comes together. It is a little disturbing when the Doctor's darker side comes out and this book has been doing a great job of processing that with the Doctor (and the readers) and figuring out a path forward. Living for a long as the Doctor has means a lot of mistakes and regrets in their life and it's never easy to deal with any of that sort of trauma.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Shannon Appelcline

    The finale of Season 1 of Titan's 11th Doctor. It's a bit weaker than its predecessors, in large part because it has to close the story of ARC and the Entity, and that was always a kind of weirdly abstract plot, so the finale is kind of weirdly abstract too. Which is a darned pity, because it brings down a Cyberman story. Still, there's lots to like in this volume. The crew members are still fun. There's quite a lot of great writing. And the lead story, "Four Dimensions" is superb for its unusual The finale of Season 1 of Titan's 11th Doctor. It's a bit weaker than its predecessors, in large part because it has to close the story of ARC and the Entity, and that was always a kind of weirdly abstract plot, so the finale is kind of weirdly abstract too. Which is a darned pity, because it brings down a Cyberman story. Still, there's lots to like in this volume. The crew members are still fun. There's quite a lot of great writing. And the lead story, "Four Dimensions" is superb for its unusual storytelling and its great blending of the story with art. And, of course we get the finish of this initial story.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jenna

    Review for volumes two and three, as I really wish they had been combined rather than the excess time being wasted on having to hear more about Serveyouinc. It’s not really that new of a concept and I can’t see how the company that gives you everything you want translates into a slave company/world of workers. Not that I disliked our spare Companions but their story lines also seemed to go on for far too long. The FCBD title was fun. Let’s hope that the Doctor’s future adventures don’t involve t Review for volumes two and three, as I really wish they had been combined rather than the excess time being wasted on having to hear more about Serveyouinc. It’s not really that new of a concept and I can’t see how the company that gives you everything you want translates into a slave company/world of workers. Not that I disliked our spare Companions but their story lines also seemed to go on for far too long. The FCBD title was fun. Let’s hope that the Doctor’s future adventures don’t involve the same villains.

  12. 4 out of 5

    James Bowman

    A solid conclusion to the ServeYouInc storyline, with a number of interesting ideas, particularly (view spoiler)[the TARDIS quarreling with the Doctor (hide spoiler)] . (Still not a fan of the David Bowie expy, though.) (B+) A solid conclusion to the ServeYouInc storyline, with a number of interesting ideas, particularly (view spoiler)[the TARDIS quarreling with the Doctor (hide spoiler)] . (Still not a fan of the David Bowie expy, though.) (B+)

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kai Hunter

    This GN really stands out for me. The Doctor loses everything and somehow has to go on. It really touched me to watch him go through this. This GN was also my first exposure to the eleventh Doctor. I like him!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Ned Netherwood

    I quite liked it. The presence of David Bowie as a companion is a little jarring especially the little changes made for legal reasons to make him not David Bowie while clearly being a simplified stereotyped David Bowie. Good fun, though

  15. 5 out of 5

    Dahlgren General Library

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  16. 4 out of 5

    Julia Garcia

    The conclusion to year one of the 11th Doctor. There were so many quotable lines, so many twists and turns! Overall favorite of the Doctor Who graphic novels I've read so far! The conclusion to year one of the 11th Doctor. There were so many quotable lines, so many twists and turns! Overall favorite of the Doctor Who graphic novels I've read so far!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Shadowsword

    didnt like the art nor the story. 10th art was better although i didnt like it either.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Natira

    So nett die Ministrips mit den Ponds und River waren, ihre Position in einem Volume wie hier zwischen den "Heften"/Kapiteln brachte mich immer wieder aus dem Hauptstory-Arc... So nett die Ministrips mit den Ponds und River waren, ihre Position in einem Volume wie hier zwischen den "Heften"/Kapiteln brachte mich immer wieder aus dem Hauptstory-Arc...

  19. 5 out of 5

    Tangeree Gillette

    I am a Whovian and have loved the comics from the 9th and 10th Doctor but this story felt very disjointed and incomplete I was a bit disappointed.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Tina

    Satisfying read for fans of the 11th Doctor

  21. 5 out of 5

    J

    Love me some Doctor Who especially comic form!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jacqueline O.

    I read this a few weeks ago, but never got around to writing a review because I was busy with other things. So here it goes, although the story is no longer fresh in my mind. Doctor Who - Conversion is the third Eleventh Doctor (Matt Smith) graphic novel from Titan Comics. It features the companions original to the Titan Comics series of Eleventh Doctor adventures: Alice, Jones, and Arc. The artwork, as always for the Titan Comics Doctor Who graphic novels and comics is brilliantly good! The stor I read this a few weeks ago, but never got around to writing a review because I was busy with other things. So here it goes, although the story is no longer fresh in my mind. Doctor Who - Conversion is the third Eleventh Doctor (Matt Smith) graphic novel from Titan Comics. It features the companions original to the Titan Comics series of Eleventh Doctor adventures: Alice, Jones, and Arc. The artwork, as always for the Titan Comics Doctor Who graphic novels and comics is brilliantly good! The story promises to bring about a conclusion to the Serveyouinc storyline - and it seems to, but I wouldn't be surprised if the villain of Titan's 11th Doctor stories returns. The story also gives us more background to Arc's origins - and start's off where last issue's backwards story ended (or started). And if you think that sounds confusing, much of the novel was very confusing as well. Also, Cybermen land in Roman Times during a Civil War, and the Doctor and his companions must prevent Earth's history from being forever changed. Overall, I felt this graphic novel was good, though not as good as the previous Eleventh Doctor volume, Serve You, though the two volumes are very inter-related. I can highly recommend the Titan Comics series, though. Each set reflects the era it represents: the Tenth Doctor, the Eleventh Doctor, and the Twelfth Doctor. This year (2016) they will be adding the Ninth Doctor, the Eighth Doctor and a special Fourth Doctor special.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Juliana Lira

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. A bit batshit crazy, timey wimey but so the 11th Doctor's stories are! I have to confess that 11th Doctor's stories are not my favorite because of that - too much craziness and sometimes I lost myself in the plot, thinking: "huh what??" haha but thanks God the last issue ended the story well without loose end that only will be resolved two years for now on (series 6 I'm looking at you lol) I hope Jones comes back next volume because he's a character with potential even though he wasn't very well A bit batshit crazy, timey wimey but so the 11th Doctor's stories are! I have to confess that 11th Doctor's stories are not my favorite because of that - too much craziness and sometimes I lost myself in the plot, thinking: "huh what??" haha but thanks God the last issue ended the story well without loose end that only will be resolved two years for now on (series 6 I'm looking at you lol) I hope Jones comes back next volume because he's a character with potential even though he wasn't very well explored yet. Alice's changes were nice and I hope the Doctor polished her more to be a bit more carefree and less moody. I wanted ARC a bit more in the TARDIS crew as well, it was a shame he left. What really surprised me - and I think it was the best moment of the comic - it was the TARDIS rejecting the Doctor after the events in the SERVEYOUinc city. Ow! It was unpredictable and a good way to show the deep relationship the Doctor has with her ;) Ps: When Eleven became the CEO of the SERVEYOUinc I thought he was a version of the Valeyward... I know he wasn't but it was a bit scary see him so different hehe

  24. 4 out of 5

    Adam Graham

    The first year of Eleventh Doctor comics comes to conclusion in this final volume collecting Issues 11-15 of the series along with the Free Comic Day 2015 book. I do have to say the story of a reality-warping entity that starts the book is probably the best of Titan's first run of Free Comic Book Day offerings for Doctor Who. The rest of the book wraps up the big questions of this first series such as how did Jones become a well known king of pop music when his career had been as a bland beige fig The first year of Eleventh Doctor comics comes to conclusion in this final volume collecting Issues 11-15 of the series along with the Free Comic Day 2015 book. I do have to say the story of a reality-warping entity that starts the book is probably the best of Titan's first run of Free Comic Book Day offerings for Doctor Who. The rest of the book wraps up the big questions of this first series such as how did Jones become a well known king of pop music when his career had been as a bland beige figure who blends is so he's practically invisible as well as the finale of the battle against the scout. While they're a few off notes, the story really does shine. The art is bold and imaginative and there are some powerful emotional moments when Alice stands out as a companion despite her having a few shaky moments. All in all, it's a satisfactory conclusion to a very good first year for the Eleventh Doctor at Titan Comics.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Ian Williamson

    Was a very good end to the first year of eleventh Doctor adventures and a suitable end to the serveyouinc storyline. The writing is some of the best around and really puts the fans through some emotional points, a particular high points exploring the relationship with the Doctor and the TARDIS, and further exploration of the Doctor broken without hope. The artwork is phenomenal and enhances those emotional scenes with such realistic expressions. My only criticism is that these volumes don't tie Was a very good end to the first year of eleventh Doctor adventures and a suitable end to the serveyouinc storyline. The writing is some of the best around and really puts the fans through some emotional points, a particular high points exploring the relationship with the Doctor and the TARDIS, and further exploration of the Doctor broken without hope. The artwork is phenomenal and enhances those emotional scenes with such realistic expressions. My only criticism is that these volumes don't tie into the series as much as the previous comics incarnation. But all in all its still very impressive and will be interesting to see where we are taken in the future.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Alex Sarll

    There are a few too many scenes where the Doctor gives up (surely far less Doctorish behaviour than running around with a gun ever was?), but on the whole the comic's first 'season' wraps up with the mixture of feels and intricate timey-wimeyness which we've come to expect. Ewing departs after this, and I'll miss him, but I'm intrigued to see what his replacement, Si Spurrier, will come up with - not least because I don't think I've ever seen Spurrier write a fundamentally good protagonist befor There are a few too many scenes where the Doctor gives up (surely far less Doctorish behaviour than running around with a gun ever was?), but on the whole the comic's first 'season' wraps up with the mixture of feels and intricate timey-wimeyness which we've come to expect. Ewing departs after this, and I'll miss him, but I'm intrigued to see what his replacement, Si Spurrier, will come up with - not least because I don't think I've ever seen Spurrier write a fundamentally good protagonist before.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jenn

    So awesome! Love that Jareth shows up. 4 stars

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I will miss Jones for sure, but ARC will be missed most of all.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Richie (Richie's Crazy Collection)

    Original monthly comics read.

  30. 4 out of 5

    T.J. Blackburn

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