The Crimson Hand
 

No. 13 of 29 in the Panini graphic novels series
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By:Dan McDaid
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Released:  May 2012
Publisher:  Panini
ISBN:978-1-84653-451-5
Format: paperback
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Note:  Following The Betrothal of Sontar and The Widow's Curse, this is the third and final collection of 10th Doctor comic strips from Doctor Who Magazine and the Doctor Who Storybooks. Originally scheduled for publication in early 2010, it was delayed for over 2 years due to unspecified "contractual difficulties".

Cover blurb:
COLLECTED TENTH DOCTOR COMIC STRIPS — VOLUME 3

Join the Tenth Doctor on a series of extraordinary adventures in time and space in these exceptional collected comics from the pages of DOCTOR WHO MAGAZINE!

Featuring ten amazing stories: HOTEL HISTORIA, SPACE VIKINGS!, THINKTWICE, THE STOCKBRIDGE CHILD, MORTAL BELOVED, THE AGE OF ICE, THE DEEP HEREAFTER, ONOMATOPOEIA, GHOSTS OF THE NORTHERN LINE and THE CRIMSON HAND!

The Doctor has a new adversary: Majenta Pryce, the toughest businesswoman in the galaxy! When Majenta manipulates time itself to make a profit, she and the Doctor cross swords — and Majenta ends up on the losing side. But events draw the pair together again when a threat to the entire universe surfaces, and Majenta is somehow at the heart of it. The Doctor is forced to take Majenta on an epic quest as they battle ice monsters, insane cyborgs, psychic predators and vengeful ghosts...

And the Crimson Hand are close behind them...

PLUS! A bumper commentary section where the writers, artists and editors reveal the stories behind the strips, featuring never-before-published artwork, original story outlines and much more!

AN ESSENTIAL COLLECTION FOR FANS OF DOCTOR WHO AND CLASSIC BRITISH COMICS!


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