Doctor Who – Tesseract
I love the fact that the Tenth Doctor lives on in graphic novels. I was fortunate enough to find this book in a discount bin. I didn’t matter that I hadn’t read Volume One, this book was still a great read.
Doctor Who: The Forgotten
This is the first graphic novel that I have ever read digitally.
I downloaded it to my iPhone using an app called Comixology and it only cost me $3.99 for the book.
It was pretty cool too because the app led you through the comic panel by panel. And when there was an entire page of artwork to consume, it gave you a close up of the speech bubble, and then when you swiped the screen to continue, it pulled back to show you the entire page.
The story was really good as well. The Doctor finds himself in a museum that is dedicated to him. The only problem is that he can’t remember his past or his future. Good thing that Martha is there to help him out and that a few of the objects stimulate some memories.
We get to experience all the Doctors in this issue as the tenth recounts some of his old adventures. Even better than that, there are a few panels where all Ten Doctors are together.
My 2014 Reading Log – comics, novels, teaching-related titles, writing books, and more.