Dave Gibbons Collection
 

No. 34 of 68 in the Graphic novels series
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By:Dave Gibbons
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Editions:  hardback | paperback
Note:Contains a overized reprint of the Doctor Who Magazine comic strips The Iron Legion and City of the Damned on premium glossy paper.

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Edition: hardback
When:  November 2011
Publisher:  Idea & Design Works
ISBN:978-1-61377-063-4
Format: hardback
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New:  £41.99
Used:  £23.50
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New:  CDN$ 79.56
Used:  CDN$ 42.46
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Note:  The above release date was when this volume was made available to comic stores. The release date for Amazon and other bookstores was approximately 2 weeks later (13 December).

Cover blurb:
Industry legend Dave Gibbons illustrated a classic run of DOCTOR WHO comics, and this oversized edition collects them all for the first time! And in full color!

Gibbons-drawn strips began appearing in the very first issue of DOCTOR WHO MAGAZINE (then titled DOCTOR WHO WEEKLY), starring the Fourth Doctor as portrayed by Tom Baker, and Gibbons continued as the primary artist until issue no. 69, a Fifth Doctor tale.

This volume also features an introduction by Gibbons, along with never-before-seen sketches from the master.

Cover image for Dave Gibbons Collection
Edition: paperback
When:  September 2012
Publisher:  Idea & Design Works
ISBN:978-1-61377-347-5
Format: paperback
Owned:
Buy:
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New:  £13.08
Used:  £9.81
Order from Amazon.com
New:  $15.70
Used:  $2.57
Order from Amazon.ca
New:  CDN$ 23.91
Used:  CDN$ 17.43
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Cover blurb:
Industry legend Dave Gibbons illustrated a classic run of DOCTOR WHO comics, and this edition collects them all!

Gibbons-drawn strips began appearing in the very first issue of DOCTOR WHO MAGAZINE (then titled DOCTOR WHO WEEKLY), starring the Fourth Doctor as portrayed by Tom Baker, and Gibbons continued as the primary artist until issue no. 69, a Fifth Doctor tale.

This volume also features an introduction by Gibbons, along rare early sketches from the master.



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