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Take a blistering trip through time and space with three stunning ALL-NEW short stories featuring Tenth Doctor, Eleventh Doctor and the brand-new Twelfth Doctor by the ongoing DOCTOR WHO creative teams – PLUS a sneak peek of the TOP SECRET Summer 2015 event! Be the first to get a hint of the epic that will shake the Doctor to his core! It's an unmissable read for fans, and Take a blistering trip through time and space with three stunning ALL-NEW short stories featuring Tenth Doctor, Eleventh Doctor and the brand-new Twelfth Doctor by the ongoing DOCTOR WHO creative teams – PLUS a sneak peek of the TOP SECRET Summer 2015 event! Be the first to get a hint of the epic that will shake the Doctor to his core! It's an unmissable read for fans, and the perfect primer for anyone looking to jump on board the TARDIS!


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Take a blistering trip through time and space with three stunning ALL-NEW short stories featuring Tenth Doctor, Eleventh Doctor and the brand-new Twelfth Doctor by the ongoing DOCTOR WHO creative teams – PLUS a sneak peek of the TOP SECRET Summer 2015 event! Be the first to get a hint of the epic that will shake the Doctor to his core! It's an unmissable read for fans, and Take a blistering trip through time and space with three stunning ALL-NEW short stories featuring Tenth Doctor, Eleventh Doctor and the brand-new Twelfth Doctor by the ongoing DOCTOR WHO creative teams – PLUS a sneak peek of the TOP SECRET Summer 2015 event! Be the first to get a hint of the epic that will shake the Doctor to his core! It's an unmissable read for fans, and the perfect primer for anyone looking to jump on board the TARDIS!

30 review for Doctor Who: Free Comic Book Day

  1. 4 out of 5

    Alejandro

    Easily the best comic book from the FCBD 2015 event! This is a single comic book issue given in the Free Comic Book Day event of 2015, featuring 3 stories from 3 different Doctors. The overall rating is an average sum based on the individual ratings given to each story included in the comic book. THE BODY ELECTRIC Rating: *** ( 3 stars ) Writer: George Mann Illustrator: Mariano Laclaustra WHO: The Doctor: The Twelfth Doctor Companion: Clara Oswald WHERE & WHEN: Planet: Asmoray. Not established date Easily the best comic book from the FCBD 2015 event! This is a single comic book issue given in the Free Comic Book Day event of 2015, featuring 3 stories from 3 different Doctors. The overall rating is an average sum based on the individual ratings given to each story included in the comic book. THE BODY ELECTRIC Rating: *** ( 3 stars ) Writer: George Mann Illustrator: Mariano Laclaustra WHO: The Doctor: The Twelfth Doctor Companion: Clara Oswald WHERE & WHEN: Planet: Asmoray. Not established date. WHAT: No time for consonant-based puns, Clara. The Doctor takes Clara to visit Asmoray, precisely the “Quartz Wastes of Asmoray” which is a huge “desert” but made of quartz, in fact the whole planet is made of quartz with a core made of copper, makes it an unique scientific phenomenon as a real giant natural transmitter. Soon, they will meet a group of “harvesters” whom have a facility there to extract the natural electricity generated by the quartz planetary structure. And there is a danger since several murders have occured. The story has a wonderful ambiance, however, the development is too quick making some “leaps” in the events to be able to tell the tale in the few assigned pages. And the other disappointing element is that at the end the story takes too much similarity to the stories presented in Star Trek: The Original Series, Episode: “Devil in the Dark”; Space: 1999, Episode: “All That Glisters”; and Star Trek: The Next Generation, Episode: “Home Soil”, that even the last two were inspired on the mentioned episode of the first. GIVE FREE OR DIE Rating: ***** ( 5 stars ) Writers: Al Ewing & Rob Williams Illustrator: Simon Fraser WHO: The Doctor: The Eleventh Doctor Companions: Alice Obiefune, Jones & ARC WHERE & WHEN: London, England. 2015. WHAT: People always fall for free stuff. The Doctor takes his group of companions to Piccadilly Circus and soon enough they noticed that something odd is going on. Everybody is reading a book which is irresistible and it’s consuming all attention of people from everything else. “The Story of Zzagnar” is something more and the Doctor deduced what is... ...an alien invasion! Easily this is the best story from the three in the comic book issue, and certainly priceless to be included in the “Free Comic Book Day” issue due the topic of the story. LAUNDRO-ROOM OF DOOM Rating: **** ( 4 stars ) Writer: Nick Abadzis Illustrator: Eleonora Carlini WHO: The Doctor: The Tenth Doctor Companion: Gabriella “Gabby” Gonzalez WHERE & WHEN: Inside the TARDIS. Not established date. WHAT: You talk about the TARDIS as if she’s alive. Like she’s a woman. After a very muddy experience on the planet Quompipping, the Doctor takes Gabby to the depths of the TARDIS to clean their clothes in the Laundro-demat Room. However, nothing is that simple in Doctor Who and an innocent slip leaving the Sonic Screwdriver inside the laundry machine along with all the mud from Quompipping will give them an unexpected “visitor” in the TARDIS.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mark

    A freebie that is in essence a paper commercial for the upcoming comic series of the various recent Doctors. Three short stories that do show the essence of the Doctor and his universe. Well worth your while. I got it along with my regular comic series which mostly involve the various pulp heroes. But there is always a place for the Doctor.

  3. 5 out of 5

    K

    As most people who know me well already know, I LOVE DOCTOR WHO! This was a fun little 5 minute read with 3 different stories in it featuring Doctors 10, 11 & 12. The first sees Clara and 12 saving the creatures of a Quartz planet. The second story features 11 and a misunderstood book monster and finally, 10 had to deal with a creature of his own making. These are so super quick. Think a mini- webisode! 3 stars

  4. 4 out of 5

    Christine

    I actually only really liked the story with Clara, to be honest.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kristin

    12 and Clara deal with mysterious deaths on a planet made of quartz. 11 battles a monster trying to take over Earth through Comic books. 10 discovers more of his Tardis and not to leave his sonic in his pockets.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Molly

    I loved this so much, and I'm not even a Whovian...or I wasn't, anyway. I think I might be now...Woohooooooo this was AWESOME!! I loved this so much, and I'm not even a Whovian...or I wasn't, anyway. I think I might be now...Woohooooooo this was AWESOME!!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Rachael

    A nice quick FREE read for whovians. While I could really imagine the Doctors' voices, I wanted to see more of the actual companions instead of the unknowns included here. The first story, featuring the Twelfth Doctor and Clara, was as good as some of the mini-sodes we've seen but I felt it needed a bit more development. The second with Eleven in modern day London was clearly a plug for future Doctor Who comic books. But my favourite was the final story starring the Tenth Doctor (and not just be A nice quick FREE read for whovians. While I could really imagine the Doctors' voices, I wanted to see more of the actual companions instead of the unknowns included here. The first story, featuring the Twelfth Doctor and Clara, was as good as some of the mini-sodes we've seen but I felt it needed a bit more development. The second with Eleven in modern day London was clearly a plug for future Doctor Who comic books. But my favourite was the final story starring the Tenth Doctor (and not just because he's my favourite Doctor!) where I found out a bit more about the TARDIS, including the launderette.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Mimi

    5 stars for the second story (with number 11), 3 stars for the other two. Really, if you like books, read the second story in this comic book. You'll love it. It's hilarious. 5 stars for the second story (with number 11), 3 stars for the other two. Really, if you like books, read the second story in this comic book. You'll love it. It's hilarious.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kribu

    I should say, to start with, that I'm a relative stranger to comic books. I've read some (mostly various Disney things featuring various ducks and mice), but it's never really been a medium I've felt terribly interested in - didn't really grow up with them, I suppose. I'm trying to change that, though, not the least because I'm just so hungry for any Twelfth Doctor content I can get my hands on that ignoring an entire medium would not be a great idea. So this free comic book day issue (also out a I should say, to start with, that I'm a relative stranger to comic books. I've read some (mostly various Disney things featuring various ducks and mice), but it's never really been a medium I've felt terribly interested in - didn't really grow up with them, I suppose. I'm trying to change that, though, not the least because I'm just so hungry for any Twelfth Doctor content I can get my hands on that ignoring an entire medium would not be a great idea. So this free comic book day issue (also out as a free ebook, yay, for those of us who don't actually have a participating comic shop nearby) featuring Ten, Eleven and Twelve short stories was a nice way to make a proper start. Anyway. The stories were ... short. LOL. I think my favourite of the three was the Tenth Doctor one - not my favourite Doctor, not by a long shot, but it was a nice little self-contained story which got a few chuckles out of me and flowed pretty well. The Twelve & Clara story, which I was most curious about, started off well (and I liked the artwork better) but ended so abruptly I had to page back and make sure I hadn't missed anything. And the Eleven story was... interesting idea, but I sort of managed to lose interest before it was over, which is quite an achievement for a six page (or something like that) comic. Overall though, it did serve the purpose of making me want more. Not more Ten or Eleven stories, necessarily, but I'm now quite looking forward to more, anyway!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Thais Morimoto (tatakizi)

    I've been marathoning Doctor Who all month and I finished season 7 last week. This TV Show is one of those series that I could watch every single day and don't get tired of it. Plus, I'd forgot some things since it's been two years that I'd watched season 7. So I thought that reading something with Doctor Who relate was going to be great. While I was reading I could hear the voice of each doctor and remember exactly how they act. I would love to have physical copies so I could collect them, but oh I've been marathoning Doctor Who all month and I finished season 7 last week. This TV Show is one of those series that I could watch every single day and don't get tired of it. Plus, I'd forgot some things since it's been two years that I'd watched season 7. So I thought that reading something with Doctor Who relate was going to be great. While I was reading I could hear the voice of each doctor and remember exactly how they act. I would love to have physical copies so I could collect them, but oh well..

  11. 5 out of 5

    Mimi

    Not for me. I love doctor who but I just couldn't get into it. There are three stories inside this comic about the tenth, eleventh and twelfth doctor. I didn't find any of the stories interesting and felt as though they were only half of a story. They also came across as though they were for younger readers. It was a free comic so I would say if your a fan of doctor who it's worth checking out. Not for me. I love doctor who but I just couldn't get into it. There are three stories inside this comic about the tenth, eleventh and twelfth doctor. I didn't find any of the stories interesting and felt as though they were only half of a story. They also came across as though they were for younger readers. It was a free comic so I would say if your a fan of doctor who it's worth checking out.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Janna

    It's a good thing this was free. The first was so short and choppy I thought pages were missing. Same with the second story. The third just wasn't interesting. Sigh. I hope the upcoming issue they mention is better. The art was great though. They were to short to tell if the personalities are captured. It's a good thing this was free. The first was so short and choppy I thought pages were missing. Same with the second story. The third just wasn't interesting. Sigh. I hope the upcoming issue they mention is better. The art was great though. They were to short to tell if the personalities are captured.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Gina

    Three new adventures with the 10th, 11th, and 12th Doctors. Short, fun stories. The Doctors are portrayed well. And the artwork is good.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sia Brunet

    Very short comics I have read free books with more pages than these free comics..This one had three stories eh I really cant call them that but technically by the barest margins they are..not impressed at all.This was the 2nd freebie comic I have read..I believe they will all b a page or so of a story quick wrap up ending on to the next story just as quick..blah!!so dont get excited there are 3 stories lol..

  15. 5 out of 5

    Alicemarie

    Good At first I thought it was a single story with three Doctors but it really is three stories with the Doctor on a difference face and time. They were short, straight to the point. You get a crisis and a fast way to solve it. I'm not saying that's bad but it felt rushed. The stories were good so expanding them a bit would've worked better. Good At first I thought it was a single story with three Doctors but it really is three stories with the Doctor on a difference face and time. They were short, straight to the point. You get a crisis and a fast way to solve it. I'm not saying that's bad but it felt rushed. The stories were good so expanding them a bit would've worked better.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Charlie Hill

    Free doctors This is a really enjoyable comic book.You have 3 of the. 13 doctors do if you don't like 1 I still could enjoy 2 more. I am not a big fan of comic books but I love doctor who. Because it's for free I decided to give it a go and as I said I really enjoyed it. Can't wait to read the next book Free doctors This is a really enjoyable comic book.You have 3 of the. 13 doctors do if you don't like 1 I still could enjoy 2 more. I am not a big fan of comic books but I love doctor who. Because it's for free I decided to give it a go and as I said I really enjoyed it. Can't wait to read the next book

  17. 5 out of 5

    Chloe Gilholy

    Doctor Who goody Another one that has been gathering cyber dust in my electronic library that I never got round to reading till today. It’s nice to see three of the newer doctors together and I like how the design is based on the actors. It also includes an interview with one of the creators which I found really interesting.

  18. 4 out of 5

    I DRM Free

    Each story was only a few pages long. Which made each story very short, Barely enough time to introduce the Doctor, his companion, the problem and then the solution. No sense of story or tense because it was so short.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Khariul Anuar

    Doctor Who is really fun! The storyline is amazing! Plus, there's a free eBook version of this comic available at https://www.e-sentral.com/book/info/5... to make me even more fun to read it! Doctor Who is really fun! The storyline is amazing! Plus, there's a free eBook version of this comic available at https://www.e-sentral.com/book/info/5... to make me even more fun to read it!

  20. 5 out of 5

    booksandbark

    My comic book ever!! A bit disappointing, but at least it was free.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Steven Marx

    It sucked so bad dont ever read it Sucks so bad WAT DOING READING THIS CRAPPY NOT SVEN TWENTY PAGED STUPID SUCKY NOT WORTH IT NOT EVEN BOOK

  22. 4 out of 5

    Aryn Oliver

    :) The first story was kind of bland, but my favorite was the last story about the mud monster with 10.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jonathan Roth

    funny and exciting highly recommended

  24. 4 out of 5

    N

    Very cute stories!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Alexander

    Good Ok But you like big companies books.Ok be careful and quality of your time with you and create [email protected] zzz and Video player.

  26. 4 out of 5

    J. Jackson

    Who! Living mud? Living electricity? What will they think of next? Always fun. Always a blast! Boots love the DOCTOR! YOWZA!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Loved it Love doctor who and this just gives me another way to get my fix.thanks for letting me read this book.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Smote

    Cute comics Been a while since I did anything Doctor Who related. Cute comics and the best one is the laundromat one for sure!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Booth

    Very fast and funny I love the Doctor and having him nearly getting hit with incoming traffic prove my point of reading any sort of book could have you ending in hospital. Lol!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jeff

    Fun and free This was a fun introduction to Doctor Who comics and Free Comic Day. There was even an hilarious episode of poking fun at free comic day and writers in general.

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