Doctor Who - The Forgotten #5

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    Major Spoilers - Matthew Peterson Jan 18, 2009

    I have to say, I'm really impressed with this series. It's hard enough to write a good Doctor Who story for comics, but one that captures the various voices of the eras in which the character existed is even tougher. This issue's climax is the only part that's confusing, as the duplicate Doc left Earth with Rose, ostensibly to be her boyfriend forever... Granted, the realization that this is taking place in the TARDIS means that it may be taking place entirely in his mind. Still, this issue gives us a tantalizing glimpse of what the Eighth Doctor's adventures could have been, and a tale that feels right for Christopher Eccleston's Ninth (though the artist doesn't ever quite get his likeness down) and the overall feeling is excitement and suspense. It's a nice tale, with lovely art by a returning Pia Guerra, and it's a nice placeholder to try and get me through to the next Doctor Who special. Doctor Who: The Forgotten #5 earns a "fantastic" 4.5 out of 5 stars, reminding me w Read Full Review

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