Nick Abadzis
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DOCTOR WHO

At time of writing, there are five collections written by Nick Abadzis of his regular tenth Doctor Adventures comic. 

The Tenth Doctor Adventures are published by Titan Comics and are by Nick Abadzis with Elena Casagrande, Giorgia Sposito, Arianna Florean, Eleonora Carlini, Claudia SG Ianiciello, Leonardo Romero, Rachael Stott, Iolanda Zanfardino and many others! 

To date, there are six, widely-acclaimed collections of Doctor Who comics featuring the tenth Doctor (David Tennant) and his companions Gabby Gonzalez and Cindy Wu, with more to follow.  If you can't wait for the collections, you can also follow the new adventures of the tenth Doctor in his own monthly comic - just ask at your local comic store or book and comic emporium.

YA/all ages

Doctor Who Volume 1 - Revolutions of Terror

Doctor Who Volume 1 - Revolutions of Terror

Doctor Who Volume 3 - The Fountains of Forever

Doctor Who Volume 3 - The Fountains of Forever

Doctor Who Volume 4 - The Endless Song

Doctor Who Volume 4 - The Endless Song

Doctor Who Volume 5 - Arena of Fear

Doctor Who Volume 5 - Arena of Fear

Doctor Who Volume 6 - Sins of the Father

Doctor Who Volume 6 - Sins of the Father

Doctor Who Volume 7 - War of Gods

Doctor Who Volume 7 - War of Gods

Coming soon

Year 3: Volume 8 - Breakfast at Tyranny’s, Volume 9 -Vortex Butterflies, Volume 10 - The Good Companion

If you prefer to buy digitally or buy single issues:  ComiXology have the original issues as well as the collections: 

 

 

Praise for the Tenth Doctor comics

Do not mess with Nick Abadzis, he will scramble your mind. Let him – it’ll be good for you
— Warped Factor
It really captures the feel of Russell T. Davies’ era of Who.
— Nerd Like You
Nick Abadzis’ dialogue for the Doctor is fantastic.
— Den of Geek
The artwork is superb
— Comic Book Therapy
For fans of the TV show this is a must buy, especially if you miss David Tennant’s portrayal.
— Panels and Pixels
Perfectly captures the spirit of Doctor Who!”
— Kabooooom!
Abadzis should be commended for how masterfully he spins the story and at how well he has utilized the mythology of the classic series while still expanding it with his own tale.
— My Geeky Geeky Ways

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