Recommendaton: Doctor Who Graphic Novel: The Forotten
Title: The Forgotten
Author/Artist: Tony Lee/ Pia Guerra with Kelly Yates/Stepfan Martino/Nick Roche
Genre Graphic Novel
Warnings/rating Not intended for Children Under 13, I imagine because of the swearing and some dodgy moral situations, mild violence, but there is nothing erotic or particularly objectionable.
Characters The Tenth Doctor, Martha Jones, with special appearances by Doctors One though Nine, with plenty of special guest. Donna Noble mentioned.
Summary: From back cover; No copyright infringement intended: TEN DOCTORS! Stranded in a strange Museum that's dedicated to him and with the The TARDIS lost, the Doctor and Martha Jones must make sense of their surroundings, hindered by one small fact - The Doctor Lost the Meomories of every one of his Previous Incarnations!
Why I'm recommending this book: My 12 1/2 year old Granddaughter and I shared the book yesterday. It was fun, fun, fun to read, with engaging action, true to canon stories, and heartwarming reunions. The artwork is uneven--I understand that the principal artist wasn't available for each story, and the change is artist is very noticible. The Fourth Doctor representations are regrettable, and I thought Jo was a blonde. That said, the storyline makes up for that. It was worth it for me just to see Martha drop the Doctor on his head. (Spoilers!) There are lovely episodes with each companion, except for Donna, but the Doctor explains this to Martha later, so he's forgiven. The depiction of the First Doctor with Barbara and Ian was simply brilliant.