The collected Year One comic adventures of the critically acclaimed Tenth Doctor, as played by David Tennant!
Two strangers: the Doctor, charming, eccentric Time Lord with a past as dark and heavy as a black hole; Gabriella Gonzalez, waitress and wannabe artist with a future dragging her down like lead chains.
Hurled together by a wave of psychic horror haunting New York, they embark on an epic new adventure across time and space when a left turn in the Time Vortex strands them in the bomb-besieged trenches of World War I!
And it’s not just the churning mud or the constant bombardments they have to worry about... the fearsome Weeping Angels are here and feasting on the futures of the soldiers on all sides!
There’s barely time for Gabby to catch up with her best friend Cindy Wu before a cosmic terror causes chaos across the city! When an aging Hollywood star is empowered by an extraterrestrial artefact, the Doctor, Gabby and Cindy are swept up in their biggest adventure yet!
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.
Robbie Morrison is a Scottish comics writer living in England, who has written popular titles such as Drowntown, Spider-Man, and The Authority. He is perhaps best known for his work at 2000 AD, where he co-created the Eagle Award-winning series Nikolai Dante, with artist Simon Fraser, and Shimura, with Frank Quitely, along with stints on Judge Dredd.
Elena Casagrande was born in 1983, and has worked on titles as varied as Hulk, Hack/Slash, Angel, Star Trek and The X-Files. As well as drawing the adventures of the Tenth Doctor in Doctor Who, she is best known for Suicide Risk, her creator-owned series with Mike Carey. She lives in Italy, where she works forty-eight hours a day and never sleeps.
Daniel Indro is an Indonesian artist whose remarkable skill with a pencil has seen him chronicle the adventures of many a legendary hero – in Sherlock Holmes: Year One, Sherlock Holmes: Moriarty Lives, Flash Gordon: Zeitgeist, Dark 48 and The Green Hornet.
Eleanora Carlini is an Italian artist on the rise, with her most recent high-profile appearance to DC’s Batgirl.
Rachael Stott is a comic book artist and illustrator based in London.
Winner of the Best Newcomer Artist at the British Comic Awards 2015, she has worked on Planet of the Apes and Doctor Who.
Leonardo Romero has illustrated the adventures of Batman and Robin in Batman ‘66, as well as those of Rampage Jackson.
“Nick Abadzis does a great job of capturing David Tennant and the
general feel of his episodes.” - Fandom Post
"this comic has captured the show perfectly" - Nerdspan
"a fun read" - The Geekiary
"A first class introduction to the comic book adventures of Gallifrey’s finest" - Kasterborous Calling
"Expert job of artistically channeling David Tennant and iconic elements from the show" - The Pullbox
“Great Doctor Adventure” - Entertainment Buddha
"This is an entertaining work of art." - Sci-Fi Online
"The art is very dynamic and beautiful to look at!" - Pixelated Geek
“Captures the fun of The Tenth Doctor’s adventures." - Comics Blend
“A lot of fun!” - Comic Book Resources
"Fully embracing the spirit of the series, all Whovians will find
themselves shouting “Allons-y!” - Newsarama
"It’s an atmospheric story, with rich characterization." - Comics Worth Reading
“10 out of 10!” - Project Fandom
“Top marks for the artwork." - Sci-Fi Mafia
"For fans of the TV show this is a must buy, especially if you miss
David Tennant’s portrayal." - Panels And Pixels
"The artwork is superb." - Comic Book Therapy
”Would make a great addition to any comic library, not just a Whovian’s!" - Geeky Girl Project
"Nick Abadzis' dialogue for the Doctor is fantastic." - Den Of Geek
“The art work is wonderful!" - Cult Den
“The adventures of the Tenth Doctor live on!” - Examiner
“Absolutely blown away by the artwork." - Pop Cults
"The artwork is stunning." - Geek Syndicate
“Hits all the right notes" - How To Love Comics
“Perfectly captures the spirit of Doctor Who!" - Kabooooom!
"Fans will feel like they're getting a lost episode from the 10th
Doctor." - Comic Vine
"It really captures the feel of Russell T. Davies’ era of Who." - Nerd Like You
“A fun read!" - Multiversity Comics
"The wonderful artwork makes you part of the adventure." - Awkward Geeks
"The comic is excellent!” - David Tennant News
“Go buy this!” - Comics Verse
“Whovians will not be disappointed" - Flickering Myth
“The art is sublime!" - The Gallifrey Times
"Highly enjoyable and entertaining." - Reading With A Flight Ring
“The dialogue sounds like David Tennant when you read it.” - Following The Nerd
"Really captured the feel a ‘Doctor Who’ episode." - Science Fiction
“The Doctor Who comic fans have always deserved” - Bloody Disgusting