Writer: Jody Houser
Artist: Roberta Ingranata
Colourist: Enrica Eren Angiolini
Published by Titan Comics January 2020
I was sort of disappointed in the first "year" of Titan Comics run for the Thirteenth Doctor. It had great art, some decent concepts, but it always seemed to be set up for an issue or two, then an ending was constantly rushed. In fact, while so many seemed to be decrying that the show was now awful and disappointing, I was finding it to be rather decent, and it was the comics I was disappointed in. But, it wasn't all bad. Just felt like the heart of the stories were glossed over in favor of quick endings.
So now it is a new year, and they've begun a new "season" of sorts for the Thirteenth Doctor. I'm willing to give it the benefit of the doubt. It has started off decent enough. But I've been burned before. Then again, maybe this is why I tend to read Trade paperbacks, at least then I get the whole story. As I read issue to issue, I think I hate the pacing of it.
That is neither here nor there, the story has the TARDIS landing in 1969 in London (missing their Woodstock target), and the Doctor is sure the TARDIS has put them their for a reason...as she knows that this is also the same time her Tenth incarnation and Martha Jones were briefly trapped there by the Weeping Angels (see Blink). So she decides to investigate. She takes on the task of checking up on Martha and sends the companions to tail the Tenth Doctor.
It's a fine start, though beyond the fun of seeing the Tenth Doctor and Martha and getting to see their lives when trapped for months in '69...I can't say it had much of a story beyond the cliffhanger involving Martha's shop coworker getting zapped away by the Angels. Here's hoping they really go for it this time around.