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Oh, Rory Never change though I am quite pissed about how I got spoiled re his future on the show, but don t mind me The idea of Rory checking his email and letting in all of his spam as holograms had me in stitches We honestly need an episode like that since the ones in season six so far haven t been the happiest of episodes as of yet Regardless, I love these two semi new companions and the fact that they re technically the first husband and wife to be companions on the TARDIS This s Oh, Rory Never change though I am quite pissed about how I got spoiled re his future on the show, but don t mind me The idea of Rory checking his email and letting in all of his spam as holograms had me in stitches We honestly need an episode like that since the ones in season six so far haven t been the happiest of episodes as of yet Regardless, I love these two semi new companions and the fact that they re technically the first husband and wife to be companions on the TARDIS This story since I was only sent the first issue out of the four or five that are going to be in this collection when published is definitely reinforcing that love.Well, now that we ve seen the contents of Rory s spam inbox in the form of holograms I can t decide which is better the talking stapler which is supposed to be the MS Word talking Paperclip or the bellowing bittorent demon probably supposed to be a sendup of demonoid , we know what kind of internet habits he has Even though most people still get those emails for the little blue pills and whatnot I love that all of the spamograms turned into actual monsters demons and threatened to eat all of our heroes But most of all, I love how the spamograms turn into actual beings with feelings and thoughts and desires, not unlike humans Just, you know, not entirely solid of body.But of course, as with nearly every episode of the series, there s the Moral Dilemma Or Moral Problem Or Questionable Moral of the Day Here, it s whether or not Holograms are sentient enough beings so that they can be free and have their own planet and live their own lives, not being subject as servants to the whims orders of others I think the author here definitely has an interesting point that we all need to think about, especially with the advent of Watson the new chess playing supercomputer do AI entities have enough sentience to be given and treated as beings with free will It s not something explicitly brought up aside from the Stapler s plea for the Doctor to do something , but it s still given as a take home for all of us to think about long after we re done reading this issue of comics.And again, this is why I love Doctor Who it manages to NOT stuff the Moral of the Day tm down our throats, but introduces it in a sometimes so roundabout way that we don t even notice until we re done watching that particular episode, or that entire season It gives us something to ponder on afterward, and for us to work out the answer for ourselves.This is a great volume definitely not to be missed if you re a fan of Eleven, Amy, and Rory And I guarantee that you ll want to be facebook friends with the Stapler, afterward I know I do posted on shelfari, librarything, goodreads, and witchoftheatregoing.wordpress.com DOCTOR WHO SERIES 2 VOL 1 THE RIPPER Doctor Who Ripper s Curse 1 Doctor Who The Eleventh Doctor Archives 2 by Tony Lee, Matthew Dow Smith Illustrator It was an ok series Fun to observe the engagement of the Eleventh Doctor, Amy and Rory with others in their references to pop culture figures, literary characters, and historical people.The aliens were rather ghastly Doctor Who Ripper s Curse, Issue 1The Eleventh Doctor is initially accused of being Jack the Ripper Doctor Who Ripper DOCTOR WHO SERIES 2 VOL 1 THE RIPPER Doctor Who Ripper s Curse 1 Doctor Who The Eleventh Doctor Archives 2 by Tony Lee, Matthew Dow Smith Illustrator It was an ok series Fun to observe the engagement of the Eleventh Doctor, Amy and Rory with others in their references to pop culture figures, literary characters, and historical people.The aliens were rather ghastly Doctor Who Ripper s Curse, Issue 1The Eleventh Doctor is initially accused of being Jack the Ripper Doctor Who Ripper s Curse, Issue 2 September 1888 The start of the FOOTBALL LEAGUE beginning what becomes a national pastime Doctor Who Ripper s Curse, Issue 3 A POINTY STICK What is this man, a WIZARD Doctor Who Ripper s Curse, Issue 4 Botheration This was my first time reading a book graphic novel about Doctor Who, which I ve recently become slightly obsessed with It wasn t as funny or exciting as watching an episode probably because I couldn t watch the amazing actors bring the story to life but it was entertaining nonetheless There were several collaborating artists so I didn t love all of the illustrations but most of them were pretty cool Also, I m not super familiar with Jack the Ripper history, but if you are I think you d rea This was my first time reading a book graphic novel about Doctor Who, which I ve recently become slightly obsessed with It wasn t as funny or exciting as watching an episode probably because I couldn t watch the amazing actors bring the story to life but it was entertaining nonetheless There were several collaborating artists so I didn t love all of the illustrations but most of them were pretty cool Also, I m not super familiar with Jack the Ripper history, but if you are I think you d really enjoy this super nerdy sci fi explanation of events If you want a nice Doctor Who break at work, this definitely fits the bill And now I have the theme song stuck in my head The Doctor, Rory and Amy travel to Victorian England and get involved in the Jack the ripper murders Spoilers it was a alien.Nice mix of mystery and sci fi and Tony Lee does a nice job of giving all three characters something to do This would have made a good TV episode. [ Pdf ] ☳ Doctor Who Series 2 Volume 1: The Ripper ☸ The Eleventh Doctor era begins here Join the eleventh incarnation of the Doctor and his latest companions, Amy Pond and her husband Rory Williams, as they travel to the far reaches of space a planet populated by holograms and the distant past where they become embroiled in the Jack the Ripper murders in Victorian London Let s see here, The Doctor, Rory and Amy chasing spam email on a planet of holographic people and then chasing an alien shapeshifter that is really Jack the ripper What could be better True to form, as Doctor Who graphic novels go, you get two rather decent stories and some good art None of them could work on television but oddly enough they great in the graphic novel format. The dialogue featuring Amy, Rory, and the Eleventh Doctor was fantastic It s everything and anything they would have said on the show However, the story very much on the bland side, compared to the incredible Titan Comics stories of the Eleventh Doctor Fun for fans of this trio, but nothing. Enjoyable and easy to read Interesting take on Jack the Ripper, plus you can never go wrong with doctor who D Decent I guess Good to see the old gang again. So I thought this would be good and ended up being mostly disappointed I m not sure why it starts out with a completely different story then the Ripper arc, something about landing on a planet where people are just projected holographic images of what is essentially email spam I have no idea, it made very little sense, even for a DW plot I was also not excited that the angle the author author s seriously, like 23 people worked on this graphic novel which explains why the plot made little to So I thought this would be good and ended up being mostly disappointed I m not sure why it starts out with a completely different story then the Ripper arc, something about landing on a planet where people are just projected holographic images of what is essentially email spam I have no idea, it made very little sense, even for a DW plot I was also not excited that the angle the author author s seriously, like 23 people worked on this graphic novel which explains why the plot made little to no sense and the art style changed about 10 times decided to take by making Jack the Ripper a giant reptile monster thing, throwing in the same idea of image masking used in Vampires in Venice with the fish people I don t think the monsters were meant to be related, I think it was just super lazy writing in this case I also don t understand why the art style changes midway through the story I liked the first style much better then the style used on the Ripper angle, which just looked like a painting gone runny half the time I don t know how you can make Karen Gillan unnatractive but that artist did it Also her shirt changes from red to blue in the first two pages which no explanation and it bothered me through the entire story C mon, one of the half a million artists writers working on this couldn t catch that That s just bad editing The story itself was basically ridiculous A giant fish type monster diguising itself as a human and preying on women for their adrenale glands What And they all just happened to be prostitues I didn t realize ladies of the night had the best adrenaline in town but whatever I would have much prefered to see a human angle taken instead of going down the lazy, a typical Who writing point of Oh it was an alien the whole time I mean I know this is a science fiction story about a time traveling alien but it doesn t always have to BE about aliens It was lazy plot development in my opinion At one point near the end of the novel, the Doctor and Rory jump forward in time to ask a Jack the Ripper tour guide how many women in total were murdered in the event that Amy of course gets abducted and her name gets re written into history as being one of the Ripper s original victims So they jump back in time How the TARDIS actually got these time points correct is beyond me to save Amy Whichok, really Isn t that just lazy time traveling You have to jump forward to find out the end and then go back to re write it And isn t that kind of against everything the Doctor stands for as far as spoilers and events that are supposed to occur and all that other time traveling Rule Book mojo It just was not well thought out At all Basically a disappointment all around for my first ever Doctor Who graphic novel journey