Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time, Volume 2, by John Ridgway, Philip Bond, Horacio Domingues, Scott Tipton, Andrés Ponce, David Tipton
jhstack's review against another edition
A good continuation of the event, but the changing artists (especially for the 8th Doctor's adventure) throws readers for a bit of a loop. It is taking a good while for the villain to fully reveal himself, as this is the second volume and the Doctors are becoming more aware of what's going on, but most of the action is being saved for Doctors 9, 10, and 11 before all 11 most likely team up in the issues 9 through 12 that will make up Volume 3.
liked 6th doctor story, thought art in 8th was different in a bad way
This was just as entertaining as the first! Can't wait to read the second!