The Doctor Who Storybook 2010

  • Title: The Doctor Who Storybook 2010
  • Author: Clayton Hickman Oli Smith Brian Williamson David Roach Andy Walker Rob Davis Jacqueline Rayner Mark Gatiss
  • ISBN: 9781846530951
  • Page: 101
  • Format: None
  • The Doctor Who Storybook Join the Tenth Doctor and his trusty TARDIS as they travel to previously unexplored times and places in this new collection of stories packed with frights and fun and all lavishly illustrated in full
    Join the Tenth Doctor and his trusty TARDIS as they travel to previously unexplored times and places in this new collection of stories, packed with frights and fun and all lavishly illustrated in full colour The Time Lord faces up to a shapeless horror in a Victorian orphanage, meets sentient doors from another dimension, re encounters the gaseous Gelth on a reality TV sJoin the Tenth Doctor and his trusty TARDIS as they travel to previously unexplored times and places in this new collection of stories, packed with frights and fun and all lavishly illustrated in full colour The Time Lord faces up to a shapeless horror in a Victorian orphanage, meets sentient doors from another dimension, re encounters the gaseous Gelth on a reality TV show, journeys to the Australian outback to investigate mysterious objects falling from the sky, travels to the end of the rainbow quite literally and battles Vikings A lot of VikingsContaining eight action packed stories Total Eclipse of The Heart by Oli SmithThe End of the Rainbow by Jacqueline RaynerScared Stiff by Mark GatissSpace Vikings by Jonathan MorrisBennelong Point by Keith TempleThe Shape on the Chair by Matt JonesKnock Knock by Paul MagrsThe Haldenmor Fugue by James MoranPlus a final Letter from the Doctor as told to Russell T Davies Featuring the Tenth Doctor as played by David Tennant in the smash hit BBC One drama series EIGHT ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATED ADVENTURES FEATURING THE TENTH DOCTOR INCLUDES WRITERS FROM THE AWARD WINNING BBC ONE SERIES

    • The Doctor Who Storybook 2010 BY Clayton Hickman Oli Smith Brian Williamson David Roach Andy Walker Rob Davis Jacqueline Rayner Mark Gatiss
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    About Clayton Hickman Oli Smith Brian Williamson David Roach Andy Walker Rob Davis Jacqueline Rayner Mark Gatiss


    1. Clayton Hickman has had a wide ranging impact upon the Doctor Who franchise.The longest serving editor of Doctor Who Magazine, he was the dominant editorial voice on the publication for most of the first decade of the 21st century He was officially credited as assistant editor on issue 296 in 2000 and remained at that post until taking over the full editorial reins from Alan Barnes with issue 314 in 2002 He remained the magazine s editor until issue 386 in 2007 One of his most notable achievements was the magazine s radical redesign at the start of the BBC Wales version of Doctor Who As a part of his duties, he was also one of the key creatives on the comic strip, primarily during the Eighth, Ninth and Tenth Doctors runs Indeed, he co wrote the first of the new series comic strips, The Love Invasion, with frequent collaborator, Gareth Roberts He also established the tradition of Panini publishing an annual, first with the 2006 Doctor Who Annual and later with Doctor Who Storybook line that began in 2007 He was instrumental to Panini s digital restoration and reprinting of virtually their entire catalogue of comic strips in graphic novel format, beginning with The Iron Legion He also shepherded the creation of yet a fourth Panini series, Doctor Who Magazine Special Edition, whose issues took in depth looks at particular Doctor Who topics.Hickman had an important role to play in the production of Big Finish Productions audio dramas Not only did he design many of the company s CD covers, he co wrote the scripts of The One Doctor and Bang Bang A Boom with Roberts He designed some of the Region 2 covers for Doctor Who DVD releases.As of 2010, Hickman s writing credits for the televised Doctor Who universe have been confined to The Sarah Jane Adventures With Gareth Roberts, he co wrote the Comic Relief sketch, From Raxacoricofallapatorius With Love and co wrote the finale to Series 4.Hickman s long experience with the franchise, coupled with his articulate irreverence, made him a frequent interviewee on Doctor Who Confidential, a celebrity judge on Totally Doctor Who and a regular contributor to Doctor Who DVD documentaries.He also provided the voice of the Daleks on AUDIO The Time of the Daleks.


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    1. This was a fun little book. It had a comic book quality to it, which made reading and viewing illustrations equally engaging. I also like that it had a range of stories, much like the show itself. Some were more kid-appropriate and others more mature.

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    2. Very good stories, good artwork.

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