Doctor Who - The Forgotten #6

Doctor Who - The Forgotten #6

Publisher: IDW Publishing Critic Reviews: 1
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    Major Spoilers - Matthew Peterson Feb 1, 2009

    I have to say, honestly that parts of this issue work for me, parts don't. The art works, mostly (although the Third Doctor never quite looks right) and the parts where it falls down on the job aren't deal-breakers. The story clips along, reveling in the history and characters of Doctor Who, even causing some almost-tears when the Doctor finally got to give Susan a proper goodbye. If there was any weakness to it all, it was in the conceptualization of the villain, and the fact that it's powers made the entire series a literal headgame. ("Ey, who set dis t'ing to Connect Four?") Still, the journey was enjoyable enough, and the little moments of character with the previous nine Doctors hit the mark, with Number One crochety and high-handed, Number Two congratulatory, Number Three taking a potshot at Four, who responds with a joke, Five pleasantly confused, Six self-important, Seven taking the starch out of Six, while Eight laments the previous lives, and Nine gets in the line o Read Full Review

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