- Title: Doctor Who: Companions and Allies
- Author: Steve Tribe
- ISBN: 9781846077494
- Page: 328
- Format: Paperback
The Doctor has been travelling through space and time for centuries, showing his friends and companions the wonders of the universe From Sarah Jane Smith and the Brigadier to Martha Jones and Donna Noble, Companions and Allies celebrates the friends that have been by his side and the heroes that have helped him battle his deadliest foes Find out How the First Doctor uproThe Doctor has been travelling through space and time for centuries, showing his friends and companions the wonders of the universe From Sarah Jane Smith and the Brigadier to Martha Jones and Donna Noble, Companions and Allies celebrates the friends that have been by his side and the heroes that have helped him battle his deadliest foes Find out How the First Doctor uprooted schoolteachers Ian and Barbara from their twentieth century livesWhy the Third Doctor worked for UNITHow the Fifth Doctor sacrificed his life for PeriWho helped the Eighth Doctor save Earth from the MasterWhat became of Rose Tyler and her familyAnd much .Beautifully illustrated and including for the first time a complete story guide to the sci fi adventures of all ten Doctors, Companions and Allies is the definitive guide to the Doctor s intergalactic family.
Recent Comments "Doctor Who: Companions and Allies"
Of the many Doctor Who-themed titles published by BBC Books, Steve Tribes’ Companions and Allies is a delightful journey through the entire television series, but from the perspective of his numerous companions and allies starting with Susan with the First Doctor and ending with Lady Christina De Souza from Planet of the Dead with David Tennant’s Tenth Doctor. Reading this is not only a journey through the Doctor’s adventures over his nearly 40-year television career, but also a journey th [...]
I really enjoyed reading the history of The Doctor's companions. Not only does this book fill in holes from the 1960's - 1989 version of the series, but it helps to enlighten certain aspects of the New Who. This book was very thorough (including a list of every DW episode made!) and fun to read. It's not an encyclopedia but more of a comprehensive guide to everyone who has helped The Doctor along the way. Great photos included as well.
A neat summary of the Doctor's companions through "Planet of the Dead". Like many New Series-era reference works, this has more emphasis on the modern material but only slightly so, and they do try to give some of the most significant classic companions (Jamie, the Brigadier, Sarah Jane, etc.) their due as well. (B)
Very nice primer/synopsis/reference for Doctor Who Companions from William Hartnell through David Tennant.Some entries are more fleshed out than others, but that is to be expected. Little to no Expanded Universe info is given (but that's mostly a good thing, since it keeps things more concise).
This is really just a list of all the Doctor's companions since the series began in the 60's, complete with a short synopsis of their personality and adventures with the Doctor, with some additional allies thrown in. Lots of big splashy pictures and fun facts. Good for what it is.
interesting summary of the doctor's companions, male, female and mechanical from the beginning of the series in the 60s through the tenth doctor.
9/10 gives you so much info on all the different companions all 10 Doctors have had since 1963
Loved it , just wish there was more!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
interesting look at the companions throughout the who-verse and some background on all of them the illustrations were neat
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