This tale by Robbie Morrison has been a real wonder. Not only has he managed to breathe new life into The Weeping Angels, he's done it by exploring the most horrific element of the angel's touch. Through a series of vignettes, we've seen the fates of several of the soldiers the angels have caught and suffice it to say not all of them were lucky enough to find a fresh start with a nice young lady five decades earlier. Morrison has also created a number of memorable supporting characters in this surprisingly short arc, including Scottish soldier Jamie Colquhon and Captain Fairburn, who may well have been a match for Brigadier Lethrbridge-Stewart!
The artwork by Daniel Indro is equally impressive. Indro has prefectly captured the likeness of David Tennant and his panel flow is bold and innovative, yet simple to follow. The color art by Slamet Mujiono is also praiseworthy, with some scenes that seem to have been painted!