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An incredible new graphic novel starring the Tenth Doctor, played by fan-favorite David Tennant, and features his mortal enemies, the Daleks, for the first time ever in TITAN COMICS! This story ties in with the BBC's multi-platform event: Time Lord Victorious! After awaking in an alternate reality where the Time War never took place, the Tenth Doctor is recruited by his dea An incredible new graphic novel starring the Tenth Doctor, played by fan-favorite David Tennant, and features his mortal enemies, the Daleks, for the first time ever in TITAN COMICS! This story ties in with the BBC's multi-platform event: Time Lord Victorious! After awaking in an alternate reality where the Time War never took place, the Tenth Doctor is recruited by his deadly nemeses, the Daleks, to defeat a terror that even they fear. Can the Doctor make peace with his enemies in order to stop this unknown monster from the Dark Times as it seeks to extinguish all life in the universe? This brand new time-travelling tale is part of the BBC's multi-platform event that connects across all Doctor Who publishing media, including books, audio dramas, an escape room and much more! Collects Doctor Who: Time Lord Victorious #1 and 2.


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An incredible new graphic novel starring the Tenth Doctor, played by fan-favorite David Tennant, and features his mortal enemies, the Daleks, for the first time ever in TITAN COMICS! This story ties in with the BBC's multi-platform event: Time Lord Victorious! After awaking in an alternate reality where the Time War never took place, the Tenth Doctor is recruited by his dea An incredible new graphic novel starring the Tenth Doctor, played by fan-favorite David Tennant, and features his mortal enemies, the Daleks, for the first time ever in TITAN COMICS! This story ties in with the BBC's multi-platform event: Time Lord Victorious! After awaking in an alternate reality where the Time War never took place, the Tenth Doctor is recruited by his deadly nemeses, the Daleks, to defeat a terror that even they fear. Can the Doctor make peace with his enemies in order to stop this unknown monster from the Dark Times as it seeks to extinguish all life in the universe? This brand new time-travelling tale is part of the BBC's multi-platform event that connects across all Doctor Who publishing media, including books, audio dramas, an escape room and much more! Collects Doctor Who: Time Lord Victorious #1 and 2.

30 review for Doctor Who: Time Lord Victorious: Defender of the Daleks

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ronald

    That was a nice short and quick Doctor Who adventure. I guess it ties into a bigger story the story in this collection was self contained. Marvel and DC should take notes on how to make "events" enjoyable like this was. That was a nice short and quick Doctor Who adventure. I guess it ties into a bigger story the story in this collection was self contained. Marvel and DC should take notes on how to make "events" enjoyable like this was.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Helen Hnin

    This story is quick and clean but interesting. And I really, really love Ten in Jody Houser's art style. This story is quick and clean but interesting. And I really, really love Ten in Jody Houser's art style.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Michael Cook

    (3.5 out of 5) Like most of the Doctor Who comics from Titan Comics, “Defender of the Daleks” is a solid, if simplistic, Doctor Who story—but that doesn’t mean it’s not good. "Defender of the Daleks" is a pretty bog-standard Doctor Who comic. It's well-written, well illustrated, and a bit forgettable in the vast scheme of the Time Lord Victorious event. At first glance, it’s difficult to see how “Defender of the Daleks” ties into the larger Time Lord Victorious storyline. Sure, the thing the Docto (3.5 out of 5) Like most of the Doctor Who comics from Titan Comics, “Defender of the Daleks” is a solid, if simplistic, Doctor Who story—but that doesn’t mean it’s not good. "Defender of the Daleks" is a pretty bog-standard Doctor Who comic. It's well-written, well illustrated, and a bit forgettable in the vast scheme of the Time Lord Victorious event. At first glance, it’s difficult to see how “Defender of the Daleks” ties into the larger Time Lord Victorious storyline. Sure, the thing the Doctor is defending the Daleks from is a horror from the Dark Times—the setting of most of Time Lord Victorious—but aside from that, there doesn’t seem to be much of a connection. “Defender of the Daleks” acts as more of a sequel to a recent arc in the 13th Doctor comics where she and the 10th Doctor fought the Weeping Angels (during the events of the classic episode, “Blink”). It picks up for the 10th Doctor where that comic ends while the rest of Time Lord Victorious is set after “The Waters of Mars,” an episode from later in the 10th Doctor’s era. Still, I guess it’s introducing elements that will be important to the Time Lord Victorious story—particularly how the Daleks play into everything, a throughline that gets picked up in the Big Finish Eighth Doctor audios. As its own story, “Defender of the Daleks” is solid. It's almost entirely stand-alone, requiring little knowledge from the reader other than a basic understanding of Doctor Who's premise and who the Daleks are. Jody Houser’s writing is as good as it always is. She has a knack for perfectly capturing the voice of whichever Doctor she’s writing and that’s no different here. Her Tenth Doctor feels like it lept directly from the TV show to the comic page. The plot moves at a good pace, never leaving a boring moment. However, that comes with the caveat that I often have with Doctor Who comics—“Defender of the Daleks” also never slows down enough to explore its ideas with any depth. Roberta Ingranta’s artwork is, as always, great. Her depiction of Skaro feels both true to what’s been shown on the show but also uniquely her own and it’s so fun getting to finally see the Daleks in a Doctor Who comic. Ultimately, “Defender of the Daleks” is a fun story that’s well-executed and should please fans of the Tenth Doctor.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Nicolas Lontel

    Une prémisse assez unique: le Docteur doit sauver Skaro et les Daleks d'une menace encore plus grande qui plane sur les Daleks (et l'univers au complet). Pour se faire, son compagnon pour la durée du comic est un Dalek prime stratégiste qui a demandé son aide en premier lieu. Définitivement unique donc comme aventure puisque le Docteur se retrouve à explorer des coins abandonnés de Skaro, fuient par les Daleks eux-mêmes à la recherche d'une solution au problème. Les dessins de Roberta Ingranata c Une prémisse assez unique: le Docteur doit sauver Skaro et les Daleks d'une menace encore plus grande qui plane sur les Daleks (et l'univers au complet). Pour se faire, son compagnon pour la durée du comic est un Dalek prime stratégiste qui a demandé son aide en premier lieu. Définitivement unique donc comme aventure puisque le Docteur se retrouve à explorer des coins abandonnés de Skaro, fuient par les Daleks eux-mêmes à la recherche d'une solution au problème. Les dessins de Roberta Ingranata commencent vraiment à se raffiner pour Doctor Who et c'est définitivement apprécié. L'artiste semble souvent choisir, dans ce numéro, de représenter plusieurs pages avec la même palette de couleur en arrière-plan avant de la changer pour les prochaines (et ainsi de suite), ce qui donne une impression d'espace très délimités (ou de changements drastiques et visuellement bien marqués). Il y a une très intéressante utilisation de l'alphabet/numérisation des Time Lords lorsque le Docteur et le prime stratégiste entre dans le bâtiment qui raconte une certaine histoire en peu d'images (et de manière comique), j'ai trouvé cette utilisation marquante, unique et définitivement notable pour ce comic. L'histoire elle-même est bien, on apprend à découvrir un peu plus le personnage du prime stratégiste, de ses motivations et de sa honte déguisée en fierté, peu sur le Docteur lui-même (ou même sur la série Time Lord Victorious dont j'avoue ne pas du tout saisir les liens pour le moment), mais la résolution n'est pas incroyable non plus, le chemin pour y parvenir et la psychologie des interactions est beaucoup plus intéressante. La couverture de l'édition est cependant complètement trompeuse et illustre beaucoup plus la série Time Lord Victorious que quoi que ce soit de concret dans ce comic. (Un truc que je ne comprends pas du tout cependant: la présence d'un kanji légèrement stylisé sur un des Daleks sur la quatrième de couverture: qu'est-ce qu'il signifie, pourquoi il est là??)

  5. 4 out of 5

    Book collector

    I'm aware this isn't out yet but I've read the two individual issues now so this is a review of the story rather than this collected edition. The story is good. The tenth doctor travels to skaro at the bequest of the dalek emperor. I liked the story but did feel there was not a great deal of dialogue in issue one. Issue two featured more dialogue as the doctor dealt with an ancient threat and the daleks, with a little help from a familiar face. I was pleased to see this character as it was disap I'm aware this isn't out yet but I've read the two individual issues now so this is a review of the story rather than this collected edition. The story is good. The tenth doctor travels to skaro at the bequest of the dalek emperor. I liked the story but did feel there was not a great deal of dialogue in issue one. Issue two featured more dialogue as the doctor dealt with an ancient threat and the daleks, with a little help from a familiar face. I was pleased to see this character as it was disappointing they don't have a time lord victorious item of their own. Not saying who it is by the way although I'm sure a lot of people can guess. I enjoyed this a lot. However there is a but. This is the first titan comic I've bought. The large number of series they do coupled with not being impressed by the art in the early issues made me steer clear of them. With this being part of the multimedia TLV series I decided to get it. As I say I like the story. But the art is a varied. The daleks at times look slightly off. Then there are the doctor's. Tennant and the other doctor are not particularly successful for me. I won't be buying anymore titan comics put it that way. Great story. Disappointing art.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Shannon Appelcline

    The Tenth Doctor, in an alternate reality, must save the Dalek race from an ancient evil. Why is he in an alternate reality? It's not clear. Why is it important to the story? Also not clear. Why does he feel the need to save another dimension's daleks? Again, not clear, but that's in large part because Doctor Who has never really clarified what alternate realities are. (And, what's the Time Lord Victorious crossover? I have no idea.) With all that said, this is an enjoyable and successful story. The Tenth Doctor, in an alternate reality, must save the Dalek race from an ancient evil. Why is he in an alternate reality? It's not clear. Why is it important to the story? Also not clear. Why does he feel the need to save another dimension's daleks? Again, not clear, but that's in large part because Doctor Who has never really clarified what alternate realities are. (And, what's the Time Lord Victorious crossover? I have no idea.) With all that said, this is an enjoyable and successful story. Ten wanders around with a Dalek companion, and it's a neat paring. The story is quite laconic, but Houser keeps it interesting. There's also some gorgeous, dense art. The only thing really holding this story back is the feeling that none of it really matters. (3.5 stars.)

  7. 4 out of 5

    Dan

    This is Titan Comics’ contribution to the Time Lord Victorious story and sees the daleks seek help from the Tenth Doctor to tackle a deadly entity from the Dark Times. It’s a fairly simplistic story and doesn’t tie-in especially closely to Time Lord Victorious but does follow on from a recent Tenth/Thirteenth Doctor story in the comic books. I am really enjoying the daleks in TLV, they’ve rarely been so calculating and strategic and they are more interesting here than in most TV stories. I wasn’ This is Titan Comics’ contribution to the Time Lord Victorious story and sees the daleks seek help from the Tenth Doctor to tackle a deadly entity from the Dark Times. It’s a fairly simplistic story and doesn’t tie-in especially closely to Time Lord Victorious but does follow on from a recent Tenth/Thirteenth Doctor story in the comic books. I am really enjoying the daleks in TLV, they’ve rarely been so calculating and strategic and they are more interesting here than in most TV stories. I wasn’t sure the random appearance of the Thirteenth Doctor here really added much to the story but it’s a welcome part of TLV and the art is great.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Andrew Foxley

    Titan Comics' contribution to the Time Lord Victorious multiplatform event is a two issue comic series, collected in graphic novel form, featuring the Tenth Doctor and the Daleks, as they face a strange mutual threat and end up having to join forces for once. Though whilst Jody Houser's writing nails David Tennant's portrayal of the Time Lord, the story itself is surprisingly small-scale and somewhat limited. It's diverting enough I suppose, but I'd expected something a little more substantial. Titan Comics' contribution to the Time Lord Victorious multiplatform event is a two issue comic series, collected in graphic novel form, featuring the Tenth Doctor and the Daleks, as they face a strange mutual threat and end up having to join forces for once. Though whilst Jody Houser's writing nails David Tennant's portrayal of the Time Lord, the story itself is surprisingly small-scale and somewhat limited. It's diverting enough I suppose, but I'd expected something a little more substantial. I liked Roberta Ingranata's artwork though, and there were a couple of nice little surprises along the way.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Tuti

    This book is very boring, with very little substance. The 10th Doctor spends almost all of this book conversing with the Daleks, with some appearances by the Hond. There is barely any danger or excitement. Another Doctor shows up at the very end, supposedly rescuing the 10th Doctor, but I am not actually sure what it is that this Doctor actually contributes in the rescue. The front cover is gorgeous, but it does not represent anything that happens in the book itself. Sure there are Daleks and the This book is very boring, with very little substance. The 10th Doctor spends almost all of this book conversing with the Daleks, with some appearances by the Hond. There is barely any danger or excitement. Another Doctor shows up at the very end, supposedly rescuing the 10th Doctor, but I am not actually sure what it is that this Doctor actually contributes in the rescue. The front cover is gorgeous, but it does not represent anything that happens in the book itself. Sure there are Daleks and there is the 10th Doctor, but that's it.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Rick

    The Doctor helping the Daleks? Well, I suppose anything is possible. First off, the convention of having the protagonist helping their nemesis to defeat something worse or simply to survive some frightening ordeal is certainly a genre cliche. At some point it’s going to happen. The real trick is how believably it is pulled off. This is fine. It’s nothing great, but it also works pretty well. Don’t expect anything earth-shaking, and give yourself over to just having fun, and you should enjoy it. The Doctor helping the Daleks? Well, I suppose anything is possible. First off, the convention of having the protagonist helping their nemesis to defeat something worse or simply to survive some frightening ordeal is certainly a genre cliche. At some point it’s going to happen. The real trick is how believably it is pulled off. This is fine. It’s nothing great, but it also works pretty well. Don’t expect anything earth-shaking, and give yourself over to just having fun, and you should enjoy it. Nice art and a rather unchallenging storyline. Entertainment as it’s intended.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jamieson

    Titan Comics' entry into the Time Lord Victorious event sees the Daleks asking the Doctor for help defeating the Hond, a species that shouldn't exist. A good story with good art. (view spoiler)[ Sees an appearence of the Thirteenth Doctor as well. (hide spoiler)] Titan Comics' entry into the Time Lord Victorious event sees the Daleks asking the Doctor for help defeating the Hond, a species that shouldn't exist. A good story with good art. (view spoiler)[ Sees an appearence of the Thirteenth Doctor as well. (hide spoiler)]

  12. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Fensin

    Doesn’t make much sense and doesn’t allow the Doctor to do more than quip one liners.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Aingeal Stone

    Who doesn't love Doctor Who? This comic book tells part of the Time Lord Victorious saga, wherein the 10th Doctor joins withe Daleks to confront an enemy...The Hond! Who doesn't love Doctor Who? This comic book tells part of the Time Lord Victorious saga, wherein the 10th Doctor joins withe Daleks to confront an enemy...The Hond!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Ianto Williams

    Really enjoyed this. Well written and intriguing, especially liked the artwork. The ending was interesting and i look forward to seeing where it leads.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Dan Billing

    Lots of Daleky fun David Tennant and Jodie Whittaker’s Doctor, Daleks, Daleks, the Dalek Emperor and Strategist and more Daleks. Brilliant, deadly and fun!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Gabriel Mero

    A very nice start to the series. The Tenth Doctor was in top form, proving better than his Dalek companion. The cameo by the Thirteenth Doctor was unexpected, but a nice touch.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jaipal

    It's very much a doctor who episode and the writer got the personality of the doctor right. The story is alright, not the best but ok. It's very much a doctor who episode and the writer got the personality of the doctor right. The story is alright, not the best but ok.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Debra Cook

    The daleks take the doctor to help get rid of an enemy trying to kill the daleks.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jimmy Smith

  20. 5 out of 5

    Zack

  21. 5 out of 5

    Chuck

  22. 4 out of 5

    Mario

  23. 4 out of 5

    Eric

  24. 5 out of 5

    jessica 🍑

  25. 4 out of 5

    Adam

  26. 4 out of 5

    Benjamin Hocking

  27. 5 out of 5

    Levi

  28. 4 out of 5

    Adam Graham

  29. 4 out of 5

    Mick

  30. 4 out of 5

    Alejandro

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