George Mann is the author of numerous novels, short stories and audiobooks, and a respected anthologist. Emma Vieceli is a professional British comics artist who has worked on a variety of projects by esteemed publishers.
"Mann's speedy pacing is a pitch-perfect recreation of a sort of light and breezy episode of the modern show--and like the show itself, it does a good job of laying out a few dangling mysteries and plot threads to pick up over the course of the series." - I09 "With Emma Vieceli as artist, you know he's going to look totes handsome. But George Mann is a longtime fan and writer of the character as well, making this a creative team with serious Doctor Who cred." - Comics Alliance "Definitely written to appeal to fans of Doctor Who still looking for that entire season of Doctor Eight stories, but also for Whovians who just can't get enough" - The Pullbox "It's fun, it's fast, there's lots going on...you should definitely pick this up if you are a Doctor Who fan" - The Mary Sue "The artwork is particularly airy and fun, with a great use of colours perfectly in line with hooking new readers into this Doctor's new adventures...Whether you are familiar with this particular Doctor isn't necessary as it offers the usual trappings that make the core character so great, the eccentricities, the blue box and the companion." - The Big Comic Page "Great introduction to the Eighth Doctor...I'm glad to see McGann getting his due once again, and it seems like Titan Comics have put the right creative team in place." - Panels "...it put a smile on my face. Mann's story is fun, breezy and does a good job of setting up the mystery of Josie Day...clean and striking...definitely worth reading if you're a fan of the 8th Doctor." - The GWW "Fast-paced, with clever dialogue and setup" - Major Spoilers "Emma Vieceli captures the look of actor Paul Mcgann, who played the Eighth doctor, perfectly" - Adventure in Poor Taste "George Mann easily matches Steven Moffat as a writer....The art by Emma Vieceli is a delight." - My Geeky Geeky Ways "George Mann creates a wonderful story with enough twists and turns that keeps you wondering what will happen next" - The Geek Girl Project