Writer: Jody Houser
Artist: Roberta Ingranata
Colourist: Enrica Eren Angiolini
Published by Titan Comics February 2020
Issue 2 of the Thirteenth Doctor's second year as a Titan Comic book maintains the quality from the opening episode. Still in London 1969 and trying to figure out why the TARDIS would risk a paradox by bringing them to the same time and place as when the Tenth Doctor and Martha were trapped there without the TARDIS, things begin to build momentum as Martha finds the shop she works at has been robbed, and her coworker has gone missing...and then discovers the Thirteenth Doctor watching her.
Martha confronts her, and she decides to come clean and admit she is the future incarnation of her friend. This obviously puzzles Martha, but she seems to at least buy it a little. She and the Doctor then decide to investigate all these missing people.
The rest of the gang are trailing the Tenth Doctor, and his machine that goes ding begins to work, and they notice he may be heading towards the TARDIS. Their TARDIS. If he finds it, he may believe it is his and then they would be stranded in 1969. Yaz takes the bold measure of trying to confront the Doctor. She pretends she is a Time Agent (believable cover story based on previous adventures in these comics), but the Tenth Doctor is able to easily blow that cover story...but before the three of them can manage to distract him from the TARDIS, he warns them to turn around...and try not to blink. The Angels are in 1969!
This was a solid issue. I thought it was well paced, I enjoyed both the Thirteenth/Martha sections and the Tenth/Trio bits. I also felt it had a great little cliffhanger. If they manage to have an ending that doesn't feel like it is racing to the finish line, this will be the strongest effort of this book so far.