"Don't Step On the Grass," Part Two (of Four).
Written by Tony Lee
Illustrated by Blair D. Shedd
Colors by Charlie Kirchoff
Cover by Paul Grist
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Doctor Who #10 from IDW Publishing is out today, April 28th in US and Canadian comic book shops everywhere (check ahead for availability - I can't guarantee who carries what).
Here's a teaser of sorts of bits of issue #10. These panels are grabbed from all over the comic in no particular order. Some aren't even full panels but details of such.
If you pick up the issue, let me know what you think!
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Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Monday, April 26, 2010
Above: Doctor Who #10, page 2, drawn by me, and colored by Charlie Kirchoff.
As I finish up the last few pages of Doctor Who #12 (on the shelves this June), I bring to you the official preview of Doctor Who #10 - out this Wednesday (the 28th)!
Click here for the previews!
Doctor Who #10 - IDW Publishing
Written by Tony Lee, art by Blair Shedd, colors by Charlie Kirchoff, cover by Paul Grist.
"Don't Step On The Grass" Part 2 (of 4): As The Doctor faces the Clockwork Angels of Enochia and UNIT fight the living trees of Greenwich Park, only Martha Jones and Matthew hold the one thing that can guarantee survival. But will Matthew help the Doctor—or the Advocate?
I did not draw a cover for this issue, so there's no need to search around for that specific cover. Just grab the one they have in your local comic shop.
Sunday, April 11, 2010
Hard at work on my final Doctor Who issue, #12, which comes out in June. So last for me, but y'all still have three more whole issues of Doctor Who from me until summer.
In other news, I got interviewed by two local papers (in one), the Times Argus and the Rutland Herald. For those of you outside of Vermont who can't pick up the Sunday paper today (I'm in the Sunday Magazine section), here's a link to the online version of the Rutland Herald article; CLICK.
Many thanks to the writer Dan Barlow. Dan is not unfamiliar to comics himself. Check him out on the web at www.danielbarlow.com.