Despite some truly atrocious art, Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension Special #2 will satisfy Whovians and anyone who appreciates good stories about strong women.
Whovians who can suffer a bit of visual uncertainty in the name of a good story will find this special to be just that.
The Lost Dimension continues as this fourth chapter sees The Doctor and his companion Alice crash-land on Gallifrey during a key point in Time Lord history!
An chance encounter with a British ship in 1886 leads The Doctor and Rose to a reunion with two old allies and a secret The Ninth Doctor hoped to keep buried.
The Doctors unite for the sake of all of Time and Space, in this first chapter of Titan Comics’ latest massive Doctor Who comic book crossover!
The final issue of The Ninth Doctor’s first full comic series ends in disappointment, as a good story and a great artist are benched by a less-skilled artist.
Since taking on the task of tutoring university cafeteria worker Bill Potts, The Doctor has shown his pupil many wondrous things around the whole of Time and Space. Of course The TARDIS is rarely cooperative in taking The Doctor precisely when and where he wishes to travel. Such is the case when an attempt to […]
I posed a question, in my review of the last issue of Conan The Slayer, that returned to my mind as I read this month’s offering – should I, as a critic, penalize an adapter for not improving upon the flaws of a work of fiction? To spin a metaphor that would likely appeal to […]