Wow. I wasn't sure what to expect from this volume. I love the idea of Doctor Who comics, but they almost always seem to just miss the mark for me. There's something missing and I don't know what it is. But this. This hit the target. Bullseye! It felt more like an episode of the show than any other Doctor Who comic I've ever read. Fourth Doctor and Sarah Jane Smith took a trip back to the late 1800's and got caught up their usual shenanigans. And much like a typical episode during Tom Baker's run, the Doctor and Sarah get separated and need to find their way back to each other, all the while battling the villain du jour. This time it's a widow in Victorian England who, the the aid of magic lamp, wants to bring back her children from death but instead ends up as an agent of an imprisoned alien with, you guessed it, The Gaze of Medusa. The book was well done and was over before I knew it. Loved the story, loved the art. I loved everything about this. I know this story was put out as a mini-series, but I hope it's not a stand alone. I want more!
Doctor Who - The Fourth Doctor Vol. 1: Gaze Of The Medusa
Writer: Gordon Rennie, Emma Beeby
Artist: Brian Williamson