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Not to be confused with the 1990s Marvel UK publication, Doctor Who Classic Comics, or a line of Target Books reprints in the late 1980s.
RealWorld

Doctor Who Classics from IDW Publishing, is a North American title, reprinting the early Doctor Who Magazine Fourth Doctor stories, beginning with "The Iron Legion". Doctor Who Classics Series 2 followed the completion of the original title, and concentrated on publishing Fifth Doctor stories. Together, the two magazines offered American readers access to newly-colourized versions of stories that had mostly been reprinted several times before — many in Marvel Comics' Doctor Who (1984). However, the line did move past Marvel's old stopping point to deliver comics never-before reprinted in the United States.

Overview

Like Marvel Premiere and Doctor Who (1984), IDW reprinted the stories, complete with opening and closing captions. They were also re-coloured anew. Generally, each issue of the magazine had at least two new and distinct covers: one by a current IDW artist, and one by a classic artist like Dave Gibbons.

Each issue contained 32 full colour quality printed pages, of which only 22 were actually devoted to Doctor Who reprints. The remaining 10 pages were divided between a "next issue" page, IDWords (news and interviews from IDW Publishing), and multiple pages promoting other titles.

In July 2008, IDW compiled the first half-dozen issues of Doctor Who Classics into a single graphic novel release, Doctor Who Classics Vol. 1, with a second volume scheduled for release in December 2008, and a third announced for release in May 2009. In October 2008, IDW suspended Doctor Who Classics for two months, replacing it with a specialty reprint title Grant Morrison's Doctor Who. Following the two-issue run of that special, a Doctor Who Classics Series 2 was published beginning in December 2008. As of April 2009, the Fifth Doctor's DWM comic run had begun in the pages of the magazine, and with the issue published in September 2009, the series moved into stories that had not previously been featured in the 1984 Marvel Comics series.

Cover Gallery

Comic Books

Follow the links below for coverage of each issue with contents and further information.

Trade Paperbacks

External Links

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