Writer: Jody Houser
Artist: Rachel Stott
Colourist: Enrica Eren Angiolini
Published by Titan Comics 22nd May 2019
The latest arc involving alien flesh eaters and a mysterious podcast gets wrapped up in the latest issue of the The Thirteenth Doctor. It wraps the story up in a nice quiet bow. For a story that was about trekking through various time periods to solve a mystery, it ends in a surprisingly simple way. The reveal of who is behind the podcast seems pretty obvious, but it doesn't really play it as some extra big threat.
Overall I would say this story was decent and could be a good read, but it also feels like they just tired of the plot, and wrapped it up quickly to move on. I'm not sure there was a better way to end the story, but I can't help but feel like the initial reveal that something bigger and more mysterious was going on than a simple threat of alien flesh eaters feels dry and forgettable in the way the story concludes.
Once again the art has been great, the characters are all there in the writing, but the plot just doesn't seem like it truly came together for Jody Houser this time. There were solid premises but no real meat to it. I mean it ended and I had no feelings about it whatsoever. I wouldn't even call it a unsatisfying conclusion, just a totally forgettable one.
Luckily, a new issue will come and with it a brand new story. Hopefully the next one will reignite the flame.