Writer: Jody Houser Artists: Roberta Ingrata (covers), Rachael Stott (interior art), Enrica Eren Angiolini (colorist), Comicraft’s Sarah Jacobs and John Roshell (Letterers) Issues Collected: 5-8 Publisher: Titan Comics Summary: The Doctor takes her companions to a medieval village ravaged by Stilean Flesh Eaters. But the companions already have some insight into the situation thanks to a podcast called Hidden Human History. How […]
This is gorgeous artwork and man I gotta read these comics when everything is over and I can get to a comic store, but something was bugging me about this cover and now I know what it is: it looks like Graham’s old-man wrinkles, of which he has plenty, have been airbrushed out in some way! #LetGrahamHaveHisWrinkles
I mean nothing says “not cruel and cowardly” like beating someone until they die, and nothing says “understands the spirit of Doctor Who” like “I want to see 60 minutes of a woman getting violently murdered.”
See the actual story is something I would be interested in, but it being spread across some many forms of media is an annoyance and a pretty big expense:
And that, I don’t like. Plus I keep seeing comments like “Yes, this is what the BBC should be doing, going back to the old Doctors instead of that annoying new [female] one” and… ugh. Man I wish I was more enthused. Sorry guys.
On the other hand though… holy heck they finally managed to get Eccleston back?
After the sad little minisode I really wanted to do something to… I guess not necessarily celebrate it, but acknowledge it, or something. So here are some of the remnants of Sarah Jane’s long life, with the Doctor standing over them.
The middle picture is actually Lis Sladen out of character. It just seemed appropriate.