Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor: Year Two #1

Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor: Year Two #1

Writer: Simon Spurrier, Rob Williams Artist: Simon Fraser Publisher: Titan Books Release Date: October 7, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
7.8Critic Rating
8.5User Rating

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New series! New writing team! New laser-filled, time-mangling, galaxy-sploding dynamic! Accused of a genocidal crime he (probably) didn't (possibly) commit (oh hell, he totally did it), the Doctor and Alice - along with a unique new companion! - go on the run. But extreme hyperviolence-for-hire is hot on their tail, tracking them wherever and whenever they go. With chainswords! It's a race to clear our tricksy Time Lord's name and spare the lives of his friends, with the only answers burnt in the fiery footsteps of the incarnation he can never acknowledge: the War Doctor. Breathless twists abound as the Eleventh Doctor series jumps into a new gear, for a new year!

  • 9.5
    Comic Plug - Mike O'Rear Oct 8, 2015

    This is thrilling start to new adventures with a great incarnation of the Doctor. In this first plot line we get to learn more about the mysterious War Doctor and see the eleventh in a rare position: Without a clever plan! This is definitely the kind of ride I want to take with the Doctor. Consider my ticket punched! Read Full Review

  • 8.0 - John McCubbin Oct 7, 2015

    Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor Year Two #1 was just the kind of opening that I was hoping from this series after learning the War Doctor would be involved, with the subtle use of the character creating a rather powerful narrative. This would all be aided by some rather shocking twists that leave this Whovian for one excited for the second issue. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Book Resources - Greg McElhatton Oct 7, 2015

    "Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor: Year Two" #1 is sadly not as strong as last year's debut; this comic just never picks up speed where it needs to. Hopefully, with the exposition out of the way, the book can gain some momentum, but I feel like this isn't the best impression that the comic could have otherwise made. It's all right, though -- considering it has to compete with the actual "Doctor Who" television show -- it needs to be great and only the art shows signs of hitting that height. Fraser makes a strong impression, but Williams and Spurrier need to up their game quickly. Read Full Review

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