Okay, so I've read a lot of Doctor Who this week while being cooped up at home. This is the third book (and the last on my backlog shelf of books to read) one. What I love about the Doctor Who comic series is it takes a page from the tv show and stages out seasons of storytelling. Like on the tv show, there's a big, over-arcing story being told at the same time as single, smaller stories are unfolding. But the catch with that is if you don't care for the big story, all the rest of the smaller stories don't do it for you.
This volume deals with two big over-arcing plots, neither of which I care much for. There's this storyline with the Nocturnes that has been unfolding since the fourth volume of this book and another storyline dealing with Anubis which is been going on since maybe the third? I really don't care for either and that's distracting from any enjoyment I might find in this book. I'm anxious for all these arcs to reach their conclusions so that I can get back to really liking the Tenth Doctors' adventures.
On a happier note, the art is as gorgeous as ever. There's that, at least.
Doctor Who - The Tenth Doctor Vol 6: Sins Of The Father
Writer: Nick Abadzis
Artist: Giorgia Sposito, Eleonora Carlini, Leandro Casco, Simon Fraser, Walter Geovanni