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  1. Tony Lee & Pia Guerra, “Doctor Who: The Forgotten” (2009)Interesting and nostalgic illustrated comic“RENEWAL”Clever how the first two Doctors' stories are in black & white, like the original TV series. The 3rd Doctor gets colour.

  2. Tony Lee & Pia Guerra, “Doctor Who: The Forgotten” (2009)Chapter Two “RENEWAL”Clever how the first two Doctors' stories are in black & white, like the original TV series. The 3rd Doctor gets colour.- - - Renewal was the second issue of "The Forgotten" comic series. Plot:The Doctor has fallen into a coma. Martha performs CPR on him and he wakes up. The Doctor and Martha explore more of the museum and find the recorder he played in his second incarnation. He tells Martha about his [...]

  3. Note: (view spoiler)[I usually have no problems with written works/media tie-ins in the Doctor Who universe, as their characterizations are spot-on. It's often the plot and/or art which makes-or-breaks it. So I will be commenting on those.I'm picky about consistent art: meaning, the art style and quality is consistent throughout the story, and not the anthology. Different art styles for different stories are fine. (hide spoiler)]Consistent art/style: ★. I noticed that the flashbacks are now co [...]

  4. It was nice seeing the Second and Third Doctors again. In regards to the latter's adventure shown here, it was amusing that a UNIT agent had the call-sign Greyhound when the beings attacking them resembled greyhounds. And since I was frustrated dealing with Greyhound Lines today, I found it very therapeutic seeing the Brigadier blow one of those beings up with a bazooka.

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