The brand new Year Three comic adventures of the critically acclaimed Tenth Doctor, as played by David Tennant, continue in a bold new volume!
Besieged by an evil red TARDIS and bounced around from the inside of a living nightmare to ancient China, the Doctor and his friends have had a tough time of late!
As Cindy recovers from the... splitting headache she developed on her most recent adventure, Gabby's mysterious block-transfer butterfly powers continue to develop - and Noobis, the amnesiac offshoot of a former god, continues to grow as his own entity.
But the TARDIS team put all that to one side when they visit the distant past of VENUS. What strange civilisation once lurked in its now-poisonous depths? And what connection does it have to the Doctor's own history?
And out in the darkness of the vortex, the Time Sentinel lurks. What nefarious plan does it have for the Doctor and his friends?
About the Author
Nick Abadzis was born in Sweden to Greek and British parents and was brought up in England and Switzerland. He has been writing and drawing comics and graphic novels for all ages for over twenty-five years. His work has appeared in numerous books, newspapers, magazines and other periodicals around the world and he has been honored with various international storytelling awards, including an Eisner for his 2007 graphic novel, Laika. He also works as a publishing consultant, visual facilitator for corporate business and speaker on visual communication in culture. He lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife and daughter.
Giorgia Sposito is a comic artist from Italy who has worked on several titles for IDW and BOOM! Studios. She also most recently worked on Zenescope's Wonderland. Arianna Florean is a colorist who works in Rome, Italy, and has worked on many series such as GI Joe: Cobra, GI Joe: Origins, Jericho and many more. She has been coloring the Tenth Doctor since the first Titan issue.
"Another thrilling adventure that is a 'must' for the legions of Doctor Who fans...certain to be an enduringly popular addition for community library graphic novel collections." -Midwest Book Review
"The conversations that ensue add real depth to the characters, and the companions have rarely had a better chance to shine than they do here. And while the Doctor’s plotline is mind-bending, it’s also gorgeous, as the artistic team really gets to take over, creating an ethereal threat that’s among the most beautiful images ever seen in a Doctor Who story." - Seattle Book Review