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[su_label type=”info”]Synopsis[/su_label]

Arriving in Middlesbrough, the Doctor, Ace aid Colonel Muriel Frost in an investigation into a plane crash during WWII.

Meanwhile, women are being kidnapped, and UNIT is trapped on a strange world of contemporary Earth building, primitive humans bows and arrows and with two suns in the sky.

How are these events connected? The Doctor is about to find out.

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Evening’s Empire is released coming July.

Evening’s Empire, a Doctor Who comic strip from the 1990s written by Andrew Cartmel, was never completed in the pages of Doctor Who Magazine. Although a version was printed subsequently, this new collection contains the first publication of the full story as originally intended, with brand-new artwork from the original artist, Richard Piers Rayner.

Originally intended as a multiple-chapter story for Doctor Who Magazine, only the first chapter was ever published in DWM, in November 1991. The remainder was abandoned due to production issues. In September 1993, the complete strip, colourised and altered, was published as the Doctor Who Classic Comics Autumn Holiday Special.

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Written By: Andrew Cartmel
Artist: Richard Piers-Raynor

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Doctor Who: Evening’s Empire (Paperback)


List Price:£13.99 GBP
New From:£6.69 GBP In Stock
Used from:£8.07 GBP In Stock

[su_label]Evening’s Empire is available to preorder now via ForbiddenPlanet.com or via the Amazon link above, it will be released on July 14[/su_label]

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