BAD THING: Again, the artwork is the worst aspect of this book. This style might work for a darker horror series but on a book like sci-fi series like Doctor Who, it just looks incomplete. Indeed, I had to double check to make sure that Paul Grist wasn't the artist on this book, because Matthew Dow Smith's style so is reminiscent of Paul Grist's... only somehow even more sketchy.
GOOD THING: The writing, as one would hope for a Doctor Who story, is top-notch. There's several subplots in action but they're all very well paced. And the issue ends with a classic cliff-hanger/sadistic choice for The Doctor.
The Final Verdict: Highly recommended for all Whovians who can look past bad art for the sake of a good story.