Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension Book Two
A universe-swallowing white hole threatens all of creation, and several versions of the Doctor are teaming up to stop it. As the Eleventh Doctor has vanished after a trip into Gallifrey’s distant past, the Ninth, Tenth, and Twelfth Doctors scramble to stop the Void from devouring the fabric of space and time itself! Can even a superteam of Doctors, Companions, and unexpected allies stop the end of everything?
As the galaxy-spanning conclusion to the story, The Lost Dimension, Book Two is one that encompasses EVERY DOCTOR (except Jodie Whittaker, sadly) and even manages to rope in Jenny, the Doctor’s Daughter, for a very satisfying arc. The cameos are well executed, and it feels like every character has something valuable to do — except River Song, who feels shoehorned in just for her fans.
For a book full of wild ideas, sci-fi gobbledygook, and the usual Doctor Who complications, it all boils down to a simple conversation, like all the best episodes. The resolve might feel a bit easy, but it is definitely earned, and how can you not love one more “Day of the Doctor”-esque romp with all 13 actors?
|Author||Nick Abadzis • Cavan Scott • George Mann • Rachael Stott, Illustrator • Mariano Lacclaustra, Illustrator|
|Page Count||112 pages|
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