Reviews: Doctor Who #14 & Samurai Jack #1 From IDW Publishing


Doctor Who #14 continues with the second part of this arc set in the old west. The Doctor gets to wear a Stetson and gets to investigate the deaths of the townfolks. It’s possible that there are more meta references to other Doctor Who series and pop culture in this one issue than any other in the series.

This issue takes us to the mid way point of the arc, so there is a lot to go. We get a look at the monster of the arc, as well as his supporting cast, who don’t react the way the Doctor likes!


A last minute impulse buy, Samurai Jack #1 was worth the read. A mix of an epic story, battles and humour I quickly got into the story and enjoyed the read! The ‘origin’ of Jack and why he’s where he is was quickly distilled into a single page, so people new to the character can catch up well.

This is an excellent read and good for all ages!

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