The second issue in a special two-part story featuring the art of Philip Bond! With the Doctor and Rory on a boys night out gone wrong, Amy must face the Silence on her own! All that plus lots of beer!
In short, this is a quick and easy read, but its worth picking up. From start to finish, its highly engaging if, like most things Doctor Who, you suspend your disbelief for a little while. Read Full Review
The Doctor and the Nurse is as close to Doctor Who will probably ever get to The Hangover. With a wacky and wild story that uses time travel to the fullest, this is one the reader could easily imagine turned into an episode. The story is handled well but it does have a few hiccups on the way. Taken as a whole, Siefert has crafted an enjoyable Doctor Who story. Read Full Review
If you like the heavier Doctor Who, then issue #4 might not be your cup of tea. However, this is a strong issue and goes a long way in recapturing the more lighthearted nature of the character. The overall plot involving the Silence is wrapped up a little too quickly for my tastes, but considering the serial nature of this title, I am certain we haven't seen the last of them. Although hindered a bit by unbalanced art, Seifert's comfort and understanding of these characters helps push Doctor Who #4 over the top. Read Full Review
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