Doctor Who: Supremacy of the Cybermen #2

Doctor Who: Supremacy of the Cybermen #2

Writer: George Mann, Cavan Scott Artist: Ivan Rodriguez, Walter Geovani Publisher: Titan Books Release Date: August 17, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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Cyberships on fire in the Thames, as the ninth Doctor battles for the soul of London! Dinosaur danger for the eleventh Doctor, as the Cybermen attempt to conquer human prehistory! Caught in the middle of an ancient alien war, the Cybermen present a third side for the tenth Doctor to face! And for the twelfth Doctor, a deeply personal showdown with the architect behind the universe's current chaos. No TARDIS, no help, no rescue. There is no resistance, only the Cyberiad! The Doctor Who event of 2016 continues!

  • 8.0 - John McCubbin Aug 17, 2016

    Doctor Who: Supremacy of the Cybermen #2 does an amazing job of highlighting the response our Doctors have to the Cybermens bold new direction, with there being some engaging interactions along the way. The creative team also do a wonderful job of building tension and further mystery, even if we don't get a huge lot of development to the main narrative. Read Full Review

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    The Fandom Post - Josh Begley Aug 31, 2016

    Doctor Who: Supremacy of the Cybermen issue two moves at a breakneck pace and manages to keep all its ducks in a row; however, the story moves along just a little too fast for my taste, and the art and color are inconsistent and lackluster. Still, as a Who fan, I'm enjoying this. This Doctor gives this comic a". Read Full Review

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    Flickering Myth - Tony Black Aug 17, 2016

    Once again we're delivered numerous cliffhangers, but they're much more establishing the next phase of the story rather than putting the Doctors in immediate peril, and that sums up this second issue of Supremacy of the Cybermen. It's fun, it's lightweight, it's written by George Mann & Cavan Scott in the vein of Doctor Who, but it doesn't really go anywhere fast, has a few iffy moments of drawing characters, and one senses even for Who it's trying to do too much at once at the expense of letting the myriad of characters breathe. Who fans though will continue lapping this up and it's a big enough story to carry on seeing where it goes. Read Full Review

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