Gallifrey: Time War: Volume One. The name of the series is usually not present in the title of a page, but, in this case, it helps to further differentiate this from The Eighth Doctor: The Time War 1.
Talk about it here.
- You may be looking for The Eighth Doctor: The Time War 1.
Publisher's summary Edit
The Temporal Powers are under threat. It is only a matter of time before the Daleks attack.
As allies are whittled away, the Time Lords are drawn into a conflict they can no longer avoid...
But Ace is about to learn more about Irving Braxiatel than anyone should know.
Some soldiers are ready for this fight, but some will not make it through the first round.
What does Finnian Valentine know? And can Leela and the Master ever truly be on the same side?
Romana is caught in the machinations of a President who sees control slipping away. Is it time to bargain with the War Council, or perhaps to parlay with even more dangerous parties?
The Time War has barely begun, and for Gallifrey, desperate times are already here...
|1.1||Celestial Intervention||David Llewellyn||Scott Handcock||Romana II, Leela, Narvin, Livia, Trave, Ace, Braxiatel||22 February 2018||BFPGALLCD20|
|1.2||Soldier Obscura||Tim Foley||Ace, Braxiatel, Daleks, Romana II, Narvin|
|1.3||The Devil You Know||Scott Handcock||Leela, the Master, Romana II, Narvin|
|1.4||Desperate Measures||Matt Fitton||Romana II, Narvin, Livia, Trave, Braxiatel, Daleks, Dalek Emperor, Rassilon|
- Scott Handcock, producer of Gallifrey, though Enemy Lines was the end for the series, as it "had always been flirting around the edges of the Time War without ever addressing it, so [he] struggled to see what [they] could do to feel fresh without tackling the Time War head-on". (VOR 108)
- Cover artist Lee Binding posted on his Twitter that he designed the covers in the same style as Gallifrey Falls No More, as if they were meant to be paintings hanging next to it.
- Tom Saunders did some 3D work for trailer of this anthology, including the Dalek Emperor parts.
Cover gallery Edit