Cavan Scott's script for this issue will prove a real treat for fans of the Third and Fourth Doctor eras. It's great fun to see The Ninth Doctor butting heads with Harry Sullivan. And the mystery behind the gargoyles is a gripping one.
Unfortunately, Adriana Melo's art continues to be problematic. While she does quite well in depicting the characters in close-up, her work is erratically inked. Soft lines are left on The Doctor's face whilst every bit of Rose Tyler's face is horrifically outlined, creating a character that looks less like Billie Piper and more like someone wearing a mask from The Purge. And some of the distance shots are little better than first draft sketches in terms of detailing. Still, the color art by Marck Lesko is top-notch but this is definitely a book you'll buy for the story rather than the art.
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