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Bestselling comics writer Jody Houser and fan-favorite artist Rachael Stott launch the Doctor into a new universe of unforgettable adventure! Featuring Jodie Whittaker as the first female incarnation of the Doctor! Bursting straight out of her hit new television adventures, this first collection of the Thirteenth Doctor's comic book tales is a scorchingly fresh incarnation, Bestselling comics writer Jody Houser and fan-favorite artist Rachael Stott launch the Doctor into a new universe of unforgettable adventure! Featuring Jodie Whittaker as the first female incarnation of the Doctor! Bursting straight out of her hit new television adventures, this first collection of the Thirteenth Doctor's comic book tales is a scorchingly fresh incarnation, taking the show - and its comic strip adventures - where no Doctor has gone before! Facing off against vile villains and misunderstood monsters in flavours both human and alien, the Doctor and her friends must push the limits of time and space, confronting evils deliberate and accidental all throughout history - and uncovering secrets long-hidden and wonders never-seen along the way! Perfect for fans old and new alike, this is an awe-inspiring jumping on point to the Doctor Who comics mythos. Buy it, read it, then travel back in time to read it for the first time all over again...! Collects Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor #1-4.


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Bestselling comics writer Jody Houser and fan-favorite artist Rachael Stott launch the Doctor into a new universe of unforgettable adventure! Featuring Jodie Whittaker as the first female incarnation of the Doctor! Bursting straight out of her hit new television adventures, this first collection of the Thirteenth Doctor's comic book tales is a scorchingly fresh incarnation, Bestselling comics writer Jody Houser and fan-favorite artist Rachael Stott launch the Doctor into a new universe of unforgettable adventure! Featuring Jodie Whittaker as the first female incarnation of the Doctor! Bursting straight out of her hit new television adventures, this first collection of the Thirteenth Doctor's comic book tales is a scorchingly fresh incarnation, taking the show - and its comic strip adventures - where no Doctor has gone before! Facing off against vile villains and misunderstood monsters in flavours both human and alien, the Doctor and her friends must push the limits of time and space, confronting evils deliberate and accidental all throughout history - and uncovering secrets long-hidden and wonders never-seen along the way! Perfect for fans old and new alike, this is an awe-inspiring jumping on point to the Doctor Who comics mythos. Buy it, read it, then travel back in time to read it for the first time all over again...! Collects Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor #1-4.

30 review for Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor, Vol. 1: A New Beginning

  1. 4 out of 5

    Calista

    I love Doctor Who, the TV series. It's fantastic and I have my favorite doctors. I have yet to see the latest seasons, but I'm fine with the doctor being female. A Time Lord, from what I can gather, is so advanced that it makes sense they can transcend gender. This was a fine story, but honestly, this works best as a TV series. I don't feel it translates all that well into graphic novel format. I loved the colors and the artwork, but I prefer to watch it, than read it. I love Doctor Who, the TV series. It's fantastic and I have my favorite doctors. I have yet to see the latest seasons, but I'm fine with the doctor being female. A Time Lord, from what I can gather, is so advanced that it makes sense they can transcend gender. This was a fine story, but honestly, this works best as a TV series. I don't feel it translates all that well into graphic novel format. I loved the colors and the artwork, but I prefer to watch it, than read it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Shelleyrae at Book'd Out

    Review from my son (that’s his rating) “You know when you’ve seen your favourite film dozens of times? What’s the one thing you can do to make it feel brand new again?” Show it to someone who hasn’t seen it before.” That’s what this is. A reimagining, a new take on the thirteenth doctor in all her timey wimey glory. Temporal distortions aside this new story featuring our favourite TARDIS team is ingenious in its use of new aliens that follow well defined motifs despite the brevity of the medium. Th Review from my son (that’s his rating) “You know when you’ve seen your favourite film dozens of times? What’s the one thing you can do to make it feel brand new again?” Show it to someone who hasn’t seen it before.” That’s what this is. A reimagining, a new take on the thirteenth doctor in all her timey wimey glory. Temporal distortions aside this new story featuring our favourite TARDIS team is ingenious in its use of new aliens that follow well defined motifs despite the brevity of the medium. The images do well to express feeling and emotion in each of the characters and I believe this adventure perfectly encapsulates the positivity and boldness of the latest season of Doctor Who. Numerous nods to past Doctors ensure fans of the series can enjoy the unique continuity of out time travelling hero (now heroine) as he (now she) shows to us the wonders of travel through time, space and the minds of people like Jody Houser who masterfully captured each character’s dialogue and opinionated natures with her writing and credit to Rachael Stott with Giorgia Sposito and Valeria Favoccia for their incredible artwork throughout the volume. A brilliant addon to season 11 and an example of what creativity and passion can achieve. “What’s the point of knocking around the universe if there’s nothing new to see?”

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lady Nerd

    3.5 stars. This was fun! Give me more of this Doctor, Chibnall!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Finn

    One episode of Doctor Who poured into a comic book -- a very enjoyable comic book to boot. The art is beautiful and full of lively colors. The characters are very well drawn and the story is a thrilling adventure. Hearing their voices in my head was an added bonus -- it's damn near impossible not to hear them say the words. =P One episode of Doctor Who poured into a comic book -- a very enjoyable comic book to boot. The art is beautiful and full of lively colors. The characters are very well drawn and the story is a thrilling adventure. Hearing their voices in my head was an added bonus -- it's damn near impossible not to hear them say the words. =P

  5. 4 out of 5

    Artemis

    A fun comic, highlighting the greatness that is the thirteenth Doctor, or the first female Doctor, as she's sadly often referred to as a ways to demean or disparage her. In 2018-19. I personal call her the first trans Doctor. The plot of 'Volume 1' isn't too spectacular, shocking, relevant or challenging. At least, not as much as it could have been. But the characters - but mostly the Doctor - make up for it. The Doctor and her companions Ryan, Yaz and Graham encounter other, human time and space A fun comic, highlighting the greatness that is the thirteenth Doctor, or the first female Doctor, as she's sadly often referred to as a ways to demean or disparage her. In 2018-19. I personal call her the first trans Doctor. The plot of 'Volume 1' isn't too spectacular, shocking, relevant or challenging. At least, not as much as it could have been. But the characters - but mostly the Doctor - make up for it. The Doctor and her companions Ryan, Yaz and Graham encounter other, human time and space travelers; first timers, in fact. Therein lies the multiple consequences and dangers that could come of such a situation. Like being hijacked and forced into servitude to an alien who wants all the treasures in the universe. It could be an episode of the television series, but you don't have to be that familiar with it in order to read and understand what goes on in the graphic novel volume. It's as episodic as the series, and that's fine. Just what a joy it is to read about an exuberant, fun, witty and compassionate genius lady scientist and time traveler. One constant from the series is her hatred of guns and weapons. Violence is not in her rule book. It's brains, heart, and empathy for all living beings in the universe with this Doctor. She is full of pride in every sense of the word, and pride for her friends, and I love that about her. Genius, brilliance: it knows no gender. The art is colourful and magnificent in some parts. Except for when the artist tries to draw Jodi Whittaker's more... flamboyant facial expressions. You could play a game of bingo with her many silly or scary or both faces. The cover art collection that closes the volume is absolutely gorgeous - they alone make everything worth it. So, 'Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor Volume 1' - a pretty unremarkable plot with holes and an alien villain exhibiting neither nuance nor depth (he's/they're just greedy and materialistic), and for clever science fiction, it is overall a little dumb. But it is entertaining, containing creative alien and robot designs (it also continues one of the show's themes of not all aliens being evil or an enemy to humankind). It's campy and charming; in others words, classic serialized 'Doctor Who'. And don't forget, it's feminist sci-fi with a brilliant and effective female lead and leader, who always has a clever plan and strategy, or just plain stupid luck, up her sleeve. Regardless of her being a Time Lord, this is what ladies in STEM can and have achieved. This is what an all-female creative team can and have achieved, and so much more. Final Score: 3.5/5

  6. 4 out of 5

    Alex Sarll

    As we mourn the lack of substance in last week's rumour that Chibnall had stormed off in a huff, perhaps comics can offer us a version of Jodie's Doctor without his dreary hand on the wheel? Certainly Titan seemed to be giving this a big push, closing down the books they were running for the rest of the new series Doctors (which, if we're honest, had been starting to fray at the edges), feeding their readers into this with one-shots, and getting in a moderately big name writer, Jody Houser. Not As we mourn the lack of substance in last week's rumour that Chibnall had stormed off in a huff, perhaps comics can offer us a version of Jodie's Doctor without his dreary hand on the wheel? Certainly Titan seemed to be giving this a big push, closing down the books they were running for the rest of the new series Doctors (which, if we're honest, had been starting to fray at the edges), feeding their readers into this with one-shots, and getting in a moderately big name writer, Jody Houser. Not a guy, which is a good start (compare and contrast the credits on eg the BBC's Missy anthology book), and someone with solid Big Two credits under her belt, not least the wonderfully messed-up Mother Panic at DC's Young Animal imprint. But also, so far as I'm aware, American, and I'm always very wary of Americans writing the Doctor*. Still, I didn't catch any false notes in the dialogue here; the characters are all recognisably themselves, except for Yaz, who appears to have acquired the personality the show could never be bothered making space for, and not before time. The story revolves around time travel experiments, and solipsistic greed, counterpointed with the way people in a corner can lash out because they think they're all alone; it would certainly have made been at home in the last series, except that there it would have been in the minority of stories with a proper resolution. The one real problem I had with it was the use of a remote control option for the TARDIS, which as Rusty noted in The Writer's Tale is a temptation that should always be avoided, because then you have to explain why it's not being used to get the protagonists out of every other jam – something Houser does then attempt, with middling success. But that aside, impressive work. Ditto the art from Rachael Stott, who'd already shown her knack for capturing likenesses but also making them feel alive on the Twelfth Doctor title, and who here demonstrates that was definitely no Doctor-specific fluke, as well as conjuring up more alien worlds than the BBC could afford in 50 minutes. And while I don't normally mention colourists as often as I perhaps ought, I would feel terrible not noting Enrica Angiolini's work here. I'm so used to seeing these characters drowning in the drab, pseudo-prestige pallet with which the last season was lumbered that watching them properly pop like this, and visit somewhere which actually looks remotely exciting, is a delight. *Or Judge Dredd, for that matter, despite the fact that Dredd is supposed to be American.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Chelsea

    I liked that the Doctor really sounded like Thirteen, and it made me wish the next season of Doctor Who was starting sooner rather than later (I miss her!), but the companions got barely anything to do (though that can be a problem in general with there being three now), and the story was a bit thin and wrapped up way too quickly- I thought I must have missed a couple pages but did not. The art was alright, but there were some panels here and there that made the Doctor and her friends look prett I liked that the Doctor really sounded like Thirteen, and it made me wish the next season of Doctor Who was starting sooner rather than later (I miss her!), but the companions got barely anything to do (though that can be a problem in general with there being three now), and the story was a bit thin and wrapped up way too quickly- I thought I must have missed a couple pages but did not. The art was alright, but there were some panels here and there that made the Doctor and her friends look pretty ugly.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jenna

    Actually quite fun, despite not being a fan of the newest iteration of the Doctor. The comic book writers seem to have hit the tone and atmosphere better than the director. For me, of course.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Michael Cook

    4.5/5 Doctor Who has a long history in comics, branching all the way back into the earliest days of the show. That history continues in the present, with Titan Comics' line of Doctor Who stories - the latest being a new series of stories featuring Jodie Whittaker's 13th Doctor. Just like the newest series of the show did, this comic - written by Jody Houser and illustrated by Rachael Stott - features an all-new adventure with all-new side characters and an all-new villain. Unlike a good chunk of 4.5/5 Doctor Who has a long history in comics, branching all the way back into the earliest days of the show. That history continues in the present, with Titan Comics' line of Doctor Who stories - the latest being a new series of stories featuring Jodie Whittaker's 13th Doctor. Just like the newest series of the show did, this comic - written by Jody Houser and illustrated by Rachael Stott - features an all-new adventure with all-new side characters and an all-new villain. Unlike a good chunk of the newest series, however, this story actually features a satisfying beginning, middle, and end. Jody Houser has a gift for capturing the voices of already-existing characters. She did a marvelous job at recreating the feeling of Stranger Things in Dark Horse Comics' Stranger Things miniseries and she does a superb job here with Jodie Whittaker's 13th Doctor and her friends. Every time one of these characters says something, you can immediately hear the voice of the actor saying those words, and that's the sign of a writer who truly grasps how characters from a TV series or film should sound. Not only has Houser written some excellent dialogue for these characters, but she's also crafted an adventure for them to go on that is interesting, exciting, well-paced, and well-concluded. In these four issues, the Doctor discovers what's behind those weird encounters she'd been having with someone in the Time Vortex (seen in the backup stories of The Road to the 13th Doctor); a scientist who'd been experimenting with Vortex Manipulators found himself trapped in the vortex after his partner had tampered with his Vortex Manipulator in order to keep him safe from an evil villain known only as the Horder. From there, the Doctor quickly learns who the Hoarder is, what he wants, and how he can be stopped and goes about doing so. It's a super fun adventure and the Hoarder is a really interesting villain - far more interesting than villains like the Pting were. Accompanying Houser's excellent scripts is artwork from Rachael Stott. Stott has illustrated a number of other ranges in Titan Comics' Doctor Who series, and every time she does so, she brings a level of realism that perfectly captures the actors' likeness while also making the illustrations feel alive. She has an amazing grasp on how each of the four characters from the show - The Doctor, Yaz, Graham, and Ryan - look; how they express themselves, how their bodies move, etc., and she does an amazing job at translating those elements of the actors' performances into her artwork. Not only that, she does some amazing design work on the various locales. Issue one opens up on an alien planet that is utterly gorgeous, another issue features a lot of action inside the TARDIS - a locale that would seem difficult to illustrate but one which Stott illustrates perfectly, giving it so much life that it's made me fall in love with the design more than I already had. Her design of the aliens in the story is also utterly unique and interesting. She's created designs that would probably be out of the budget for the actual TV series to execute, which is exactly what should be done for comics. These Doctor Who comics should do things the TV series can't do, and one of those is feature aliens that are beyond what could be accomplished on the budget of a BBC show. Stott's aliens are interesting and expressive and genuinely beautiful to look at - even the ones that are supposed to be frightening! This first volume of 13th Doctor stories from Titan Comics is a whole lot of fun. Houser perfectly captures the characters from the TV series and brings them to life on the page with brilliant results, aided by Stott's impressive artwork. I do wish the arc was a bit longer - maybe six issues instead of four - so that we could spend just a bit more time with these new side characters and the monster, but as it is, it works very well. It's deeply imaginative, utterly thrilling, and very satisfying. It's the perfect place for anyone who's new to Doctor Who in comics to jump in, and I'd say it's even a great jumping on point for someone who's never seen an episode of Doctor Who in their lives. It's an easy read, but an enjoyable one, and I thoroughly recommend it.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Eleni Konstantine

    4.25!stars

  11. 5 out of 5

    Andrew

    Perfectly fine. Artwork is average. Seems to me the characterisation was a bit flat on all of them (although this was nascent territory for writers as she'd barely been on, so I give it a bit off a break). The actually villain was a superb looking thing (why is it the comics have such amazing looking and conceptually mind-blowing monsters and villains, which the modern TV series, even with CGI and more budget, cannot ever emulate? Is there something innately in the comics format, the fact that t Perfectly fine. Artwork is average. Seems to me the characterisation was a bit flat on all of them (although this was nascent territory for writers as she'd barely been on, so I give it a bit off a break). The actually villain was a superb looking thing (why is it the comics have such amazing looking and conceptually mind-blowing monsters and villains, which the modern TV series, even with CGI and more budget, cannot ever emulate? Is there something innately in the comics format, the fact that the only limit is human imagination, which just encourages people to come up with the biggest things in the world ever? Whatever it is, i love it. The Doctor Who comics are frequently where some of the most amazing and creative plots you'll find end up).

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jacqueline O.

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This is the first volume of Titan Comics Thirteenth Doctor series based on Jodie Whittaker's portrayal of the Doctor on the BBC television series Doctor Who. The graphic novel also includes her companions, Graham, Ryan, and Yaz (Yasmin). The portal with the hand appears again and the Doctor and her companions help pull the person through. It's Dr. Perkins who once he's stabilized, tells the Doctor his brand-new Vortex Manipulator malfunctioned on his first trip out. The Doctor first realizes tha This is the first volume of Titan Comics Thirteenth Doctor series based on Jodie Whittaker's portrayal of the Doctor on the BBC television series Doctor Who. The graphic novel also includes her companions, Graham, Ryan, and Yaz (Yasmin). The portal with the hand appears again and the Doctor and her companions help pull the person through. It's Dr. Perkins who once he's stabilized, tells the Doctor his brand-new Vortex Manipulator malfunctioned on his first trip out. The Doctor first realizes that the Manipulator was sabotaged. she volunteers to help Perkins get back to his partner, Dr. Schulz. But Perkins, out of desperation, points a stolen gun at the Doctor and her companions and tries to steal the TARDIS. The Doctor points out what a dumb idea this is, not to mention that the TARDIS has disabled the gun. However, the Doctor agrees to help if Perkins tells her the truth. It turns out Dr. Schulz and her assistant, Dr. Perkins were experimenting with time travel devices and developed the Vortex Manipulators. But they were captured by an alien they call the Hoarder. He forces them to steal art and jewels and such for him. But when he demands they steal alien and human children, the two put their foot down and refuse. Then the Hoarder poisons one of them and forces the other to steal so the first can get regular doses of the antidote. But Dr. Schulz sabotages Perkin's Vortex Manipulator and traps him in a time loop. With this background, the Doctor gets an idea, she has the Army of the Just that she and her companions had encountered earlier go after the Hoarder, who among other things, had stolen a statue of their god, the Judge. This succeeds and the Doctor cures Dr. Schulz and returns her and Perkins to their proper time. The alien children are freed and the Army of the Just even arrests the Hoarder and returns its ill-gotten gains (other than that needed for evidence). The Doctor acquires a robot. I liked this story. It's light and fun, and the Doctor and her companions were well-written. I would have liked the story to be longer though. Still, it's a complete story and a good read. Recommended.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    The Thirteenth Doctor delves right into the continuing adventures of the first female Doctor and her fam in this story about a greedy collector who uses imprisonment and blackmail to acquire more. As usual the team jumps right in when a weird vortex appears, and they hear a voice calling for help. Being familiar with the technology involved, it doesn't take the Doctor long to trace the signal, and find the two trapped scientists. While the spirit of the show and the new Doctor is conveyed, the c The Thirteenth Doctor delves right into the continuing adventures of the first female Doctor and her fam in this story about a greedy collector who uses imprisonment and blackmail to acquire more. As usual the team jumps right in when a weird vortex appears, and they hear a voice calling for help. Being familiar with the technology involved, it doesn't take the Doctor long to trace the signal, and find the two trapped scientists. While the spirit of the show and the new Doctor is conveyed, the companions get very little screentime, and don't contribute much to the story. Other than that, it is solid, with a good moral foundation, the art more or less captures the facial ticks of the real life actors, and the characters speak like they do in the show. The colouring job in particular is worthy of note. Like the show, this isn't the perfect introduction to the new Doctor, but the main character is still outstandingly brilliant, and the creators clearly have some good ideas for content.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Andy Hickman

    Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor Vol. 1 – A New Beginning Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor #1 Rachael Stott is one of the best illustrators of Doctor Who comics. “Is it dangerous?” – Graeme “Oh, almost certainly.” – Doc “Good job, you WONDERFUL blueish box.” – Doc .. Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor #2 “You will SURRENDER all of your weapons.” – Alien Justice Team “Never TOUCH the things myself.” – Doc “Right, love a good MYSTERY.” – Doc .. Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor #3 The illustrations of each ch Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor Vol. 1 – A New Beginning Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor #1 Rachael Stott is one of the best illustrators of Doctor Who comics. “Is it dangerous?” – Graeme “Oh, almost certainly.” – Doc “Good job, you WONDERFUL blueish box.” – Doc .. Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor #2 “You will SURRENDER all of your weapons.” – Alien Justice Team “Never TOUCH the things myself.” – Doc “Right, love a good MYSTERY.” – Doc .. Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor #3 The illustrations of each character and their respective personalities and vernacular are spot on! “I’m the last person who can fault someone for trying to steal a TARDIS ..” “This is like a proper Indiana Jones job. Only ALIEN.” - Ryan .. Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor #4 Satisfying conclusion to the first set of comics “Where exactly ARE we?” – Yaz “The room with the least amount of security. The toilet.” – Doc “New eyes .. they can make even the universe itself feel new too.” – Doc ..

  15. 5 out of 5

    Cale

    This is a fun, if not particularly memorable, excursion with the new doctor as she and Yaz, Ryan & Graham get involved with time-traveling thieves and the collector who is driving them. It does a good job of capturing the flavor of the doctor, although her companions don't have a whole lot to do. But when they do talk, they are fairly true to their TV counterparts. The 'big bad' of the series has a unique look even if his actual plans are a little underwhelming, and the characters that the Docto This is a fun, if not particularly memorable, excursion with the new doctor as she and Yaz, Ryan & Graham get involved with time-traveling thieves and the collector who is driving them. It does a good job of capturing the flavor of the doctor, although her companions don't have a whole lot to do. But when they do talk, they are fairly true to their TV counterparts. The 'big bad' of the series has a unique look even if his actual plans are a little underwhelming, and the characters that the Doctor ends up helping have a little bit of depth. Ultimately, this is a quick, well-drawn series that feels very much like one of the lesser episodes of the series. It has its moments, but nothing that ultimately makes it stand out. Perfect for fans of the series looking for a little bit more.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Samah (The Nerdy Blogger)

    The first Doctor Who comic I read and it didn't disappoint. Wen it was revealed Jodie Whittacker would be the next doctor, I was thrilled, but her stories in the show was a bit duller and boring compared to the old seasons. Now, after reading this, I really wished they would have based the new show on this story. "It's like Indinana Jones, but alien" Yes, Ryan, it is!! What I loved most about this one, is the art! The different posters are so beautiful! The first Doctor Who comic I read and it didn't disappoint. Wen it was revealed Jodie Whittacker would be the next doctor, I was thrilled, but her stories in the show was a bit duller and boring compared to the old seasons. Now, after reading this, I really wished they would have based the new show on this story. "It's like Indinana Jones, but alien" Yes, Ryan, it is!! What I loved most about this one, is the art! The different posters are so beautiful!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Carl

    The first entry in the 13th Doctor series, which answers the questions created by the otherwise unnecessary Road to the 13th Doctor. The extended hand belongs to a time traveler enslaved by an avaricious collector Alien who has injected his partner with a slow acting poison to compel to steal rare objects from various locations in the time-space continuum. I had hoped the mystery would be more exciting, but at least the comraderie and chemistty between 13 and her companions is well documented her The first entry in the 13th Doctor series, which answers the questions created by the otherwise unnecessary Road to the 13th Doctor. The extended hand belongs to a time traveler enslaved by an avaricious collector Alien who has injected his partner with a slow acting poison to compel to steal rare objects from various locations in the time-space continuum. I had hoped the mystery would be more exciting, but at least the comraderie and chemistty between 13 and her companions is well documented here. the artwork is excellent too. A nice start to the comic adventures of the 13th Doctor.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Helen Hnin

    It's kinda fun but the writing is just average. And the art looks... quite questionable. I'd definitely read the future issues but I wouldn't be reading them because they're good. I'd be reading them because I want to know what's going to happen next. It's kinda fun but the writing is just average. And the art looks... quite questionable. I'd definitely read the future issues but I wouldn't be reading them because they're good. I'd be reading them because I want to know what's going to happen next.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Valerie in Nebraska

    My husband is a lifelong Doctor Who fan. I've never cared for it, but since the latest incarnation of the Doctor is now a woman I wanted to check this out. I needed some interpretation from my resident expert, but I enjoyed this introduction (for me) to this world. My husband is a lifelong Doctor Who fan. I've never cared for it, but since the latest incarnation of the Doctor is now a woman I wanted to check this out. I needed some interpretation from my resident expert, but I enjoyed this introduction (for me) to this world.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Shaun Collins

    A pretty solid beginning entry to the 13th Doctor comics, but nothing outstanding YET. They do manage to get the voice of the characters pretty spot on, which for me is a huge deal for comic books, and the likenesses are good. For our full thoughts, visit https://travelingthevortex.com/?p=8868 A pretty solid beginning entry to the 13th Doctor comics, but nothing outstanding YET. They do manage to get the voice of the characters pretty spot on, which for me is a huge deal for comic books, and the likenesses are good. For our full thoughts, visit https://travelingthevortex.com/?p=8868

  21. 5 out of 5

    Debra Cook

    The doctor and friends help time travelers.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Tara

    This was a cute little extra episode. Love the gang.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Teresa

    Loving the new doctor. Great choice

  24. 5 out of 5

    Olivia Ambrose

    A fun adventure with the 13th Doctor. The drawings are beautifully done.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Dichotomy Girl

    I Really enjoyed this one! 4.5 Stars

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kai Hunter

    Excellent start for the thirteenth doctor. The story had a nice flow to it and tied up a loose end. Yay!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kris Ritchie

    13 sounds like 13, and the companions sound like the companions. Which is a mixed bag, as I really really enjoy 13 but HATE her companions.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Colin Parfitt

    Th art is great and Jody Hauser has got the different mannerisms of the characters right, but like the first 13th Doctor’s TV series this is lacking in any real peril.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Charles Mitchell

    freaking awesome. after about 6 months of initial resistance, I've really come to enjoy the 13th Doctor and her Who Crew. fun fun fun... freaking awesome. after about 6 months of initial resistance, I've really come to enjoy the 13th Doctor and her Who Crew. fun fun fun...

  30. 5 out of 5

    Namratha

    We launch into a brand new set of Doctor Who adventures with the Thirteenth Doctor and her companions : Yaz, Ryan and Graham. While she is having a peaceful moment showing them one of the many wonders of the universe, the motley crew finds themselves pulled into a new intergalactic mess. A human time-travel experiment gone wrong, a megalomaniac alien hoarder and possible crime lord, simmering civil unrest and the possibility to save the day rests yet again in the hands of the good Doctor. And she We launch into a brand new set of Doctor Who adventures with the Thirteenth Doctor and her companions : Yaz, Ryan and Graham. While she is having a peaceful moment showing them one of the many wonders of the universe, the motley crew finds themselves pulled into a new intergalactic mess. A human time-travel experiment gone wrong, a megalomaniac alien hoarder and possible crime lord, simmering civil unrest and the possibility to save the day rests yet again in the hands of the good Doctor. And she does so with her usual mix of enthusiasm, her innate skills as a Time Lord, her trusty TARDIS and Sonic Screwdriver, her no-weapons rule and the unique everydays skills of her companions. I am enjoying this glimpse into the Doctor Who series and the art work effectively manage to capture the essence of the newest Time Lord as portrayed on the show. Definitely going to stay in the loop for this series.

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