Doctor Who: The Iron Legion

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Doctor Who: The Iron Legion

Doctor Who The Iron Legion The Doctor visits a small English town to stock up on jelly babies but finds it under attack by robot Roman legionnaires from an alternate timeline The TARDIS falls through the dimensional duct to th

  • Title: Doctor Who: The Iron Legion
  • Author: Dave Gibbons John Wagner Pat Mills Steve Moore
  • ISBN: 9781904159377
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Doctor visits a small English town to stock up on jelly babies, but finds it under attack by robot Roman legionnaires from an alternate timeline The TARDIS falls through the dimensional duct to the alternate Rome, where the Doctor is interrogated by the robot General Ironicus When he refuses to give up the secrets of time travel, he is thrown to the Ecto Slime in tThe Doctor visits a small English town to stock up on jelly babies, but finds it under attack by robot Roman legionnaires from an alternate timeline The TARDIS falls through the dimensional duct to the alternate Rome, where the Doctor is interrogated by the robot General Ironicus When he refuses to give up the secrets of time travel, he is thrown to the Ecto Slime in the arena, and when he survives that ordeal he is made a slave on the Imperial War Galley A cyborg slave named Morris helps the Doctor to escape, and they make their way to the Imperial palace, which is actually an alien spacecraft There, the oldest robot in Rome, Vesuvius, leads them to the temple of the gods, whom the Doctor recognizes as the evil alien Malevilus Morris is killed by robot guards as the Doctor escapes, but with Vesuvius help the Doctor finds and releases the Bestiarus, genetically engineered and unstable super soldiers As they spread havoc throughout Rome, the Doctor confronts Magog, the leader of the Malevilus, who has taken the form of Juno, the Emperor s mother Magog kills Ironicus for his failure, and tortures the Doctor, who uses the television cameras in the Imperial box to broadcast Magog s true form to the people of Rome The Romans rise up against their evil gods, but Magog, certain that this setback is only temporary, forces the Doctor to take it to the TARDIS and explain how to operate it The Doctor tricks Magog into operating a control which traps it in a pocket dimension within the TARDIS The other Malevilus, trying to escape from the rebels, discover too late that Magog has drained all the power from their ship, which crashes and explodes upon take off.

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    1. Mark on said:

      To be honest when I first encountered Doctor Who I was a wee lad and that big curly fellow who appeared to be totaly mad an a telephone box as a mode of transport was mindblowing and the showed scared the living daylights out of me. So I kept watching it until it was taken off the air due to parents complaining about this kiddie show. Welcome to the Netherlands in the seventies. It was not until some years later that I saw the show again and blimey there was another bloke playing the doctor. It [...]

    2. Brendon Schrodinger on said:

      This collection is of the first five or so comic stories that ran in Doctor Who Magazine when it first started in the 1970's. This is a start to a journey for me, as I intend to read and reread all the DWM comics from start until present, through the collections. My heydey of reading and collecting DWM was from about 1991-98 and I loved the comics ran at that time which were mainly 7th Doctor comics.The Iron Legion presents five stories that were at best a bit fun, at worst a bit cringeworthy. M [...]

    3. Nicholas Whyte on said:

      nhwvejournal/900488ml[return][return]This is a collection of the Doctor Who comic strips from 1979-80 featuring Tom Baker as the Fourth Doctor, originally published in the first 38 issues of Doctor Who Monthly; all inked and drawn by Dave Gibbons, but five different stories, of which the first and third are presented as by "Pat Mills and John Wagner", the second and fourth as by "John Wagner and Pat Mills", and the fifth is by Steve Moore. The presentation of the material is OK, but I would have [...]

    4. Rich on said:

      I enjoyed the hell out of this. It restored my faith in the pure fun of comics. Great bed time reading, it invovles the Doctor trying to go on holiday to Benidorm but ending up in various strange places on the way and getting involved in all sorts of crazy sci-fi adventures. It's based on the Tom Baker Doctor, which is cool because he's my favourite. He's an eccentrically British hero, with a a taste for tea and jelly babies and his chilled out sense of humour coupled with his clear heroism make [...]

    5. Steve on said:

      I can't recommend this collection highly enough. The stories are master classes in economic, fast-paced, witty writing. Dave Gibbons' artwork is fantastic, perfectly capturing Tom Baker's wackier Doctor. No idea when these stories take place continuity-wise, or if that's even important. K9 is the only TV companion present and a brief mention is made of Leela.I especially love Time Witch where The Doctor takes on an ancient criminal in a funny psychic battle. This was a story I had in its origina [...]

    6. Bmj2k on said:

      This is an oversized volume that really shows off the glorious black and white art. I originally saw these in color in Marvel U.S. reprints so I didn't realize how good the art really was. As for the stories, they are a faster paced than the show, more action packed than the show, a little more sci-fi than the show, and the Doctor is just a bit wonkier than on the show but this is fun Doctor Who at its best. This is the first of two volumes that cover the Tom Baker era and volume two is just as [...]

    7. Andy Hickman on said:

      THE IRON LEGION – Pat Mills & John Wagner (writers)A robot legionnaire attacks a small English town of the 1970s. Tracing them to their origin, the Doctor arrives on an alternate Earth in which the Roman Empire conquered the galaxy with their Iron Legion of robots commanded by General Ironicus, a servant of what he calls the gods. Along with escapees Morris and Vesuvius the Doctor manages to avoid death at the hands of the shaper-changing Magog.***

    8. Travis on said:

      One of the best Doctor Who comic stories ever.The 4th Doctor lands on an alternate Earth where Rome never fell and they are now are armed with all kinds of funky robots as they begin to work on conquering the universe.Lots of great, funky robot designs, clever lines from the Doctor, evil monsters and a couple of great robotic sidekicks for the Doctor.Great final scene between the Doctor and the main bad guy.

    9. Rich Meyer on said:

      Many of the stories in this book were reprinted in the late eighties in Marvel Comics' Marvel Premiere title, but they look a lot better in the original black-and-white. Dave Gibbons (of Watchmen fame), provides some excellent artwork. The stories all feature the Fourth Doctor and K-9, post-Leela, and are all combinations of what you'd see on the TV show and in 2000 AD. Great fun!

    10. Evelina on said:

      Instead of ending up in Benidorm on holiday as he wanted, 4th Doctor lands in parallel universe power hungry Rome, now equipped with robot technology, and is interrogated by General Ironicus about the mysteries of time travel. Love that it is in black and white and the familiar Doctor’s wittiness is there.

    11. Sam Dolan on said:

      I'm not a doctor who fan but I could appreciate how much this feels like the universe. the artwork was intricate and really lovely in places. a series of short stories I didn't get anything innovative from it but I would imagine a fan would find this really satisfactory

    12. Dan on said:

      I remember wanting to read these way back in middle school, but couldn't afford them if I bought the Target novels. Glad I went with the novels. The art is great, but the stories could be a lot more interesting, even though they're collected from comic strips

    13. JustinK. Rivers on said:

      Dave Gibbons' art is classic, but the stories are fanwankish less sophisticated than later, more mature Who comics. Some fun moments with the 4th Doctor, but the writing drags it down a bit.

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