Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor returns with style and proves to be as grand as ever. As in the book's first year, the scripts by Nick Abadzis continue to amaze and delight. Abadzis' greatest gift as a writer remains a prodigious imagination. In the opening pages of this issue, Abadzis throws out several complex concepts in his development of the world of Wupatki - any one of which could be the basis for one whole episode of the television series!
Also returning to the series is artist Eleonora Carlini. Carlini's streamlined style proves a good fit for this story and she perfectly captures the beautiful weirdness of the Shan'tee. It should be impossible for an artist to depict invisible beings who manifest only as an abstract representation of another character's perspective but damned if Carlini doesn't manage to draw something that fits the bill!
All in all, this series continues to be a perfect simulation of the David Tennant era of Doctor Who and a must read for all Whovians!