"Four Doctors" (Week 1)
Writer: Paul Cornell (one of my favorite Doctor Who authors, across all media, and a really nice guy to boot)
Artist: Neil Edwards (he's worked on a number of Marvel and DC projects over the last few years)
Obviously, this is a multi-Doctor story, which is always an exciting prospect, but due to production challenges, usually struggles in execution. For comics, that means finding an artist that is good with all the likenesses involved, and while Edwards' Tenth Doctor is strong, and his Eleventh pretty good, he doesn't quite have a handle on Twelfth/Capaldi (fairly cute Clara though). He's a bit splash-happy for my tastes as well. However, his science-fiction designs really shine, and he's good with expressions and body language.
I'm more of a writing guy, anyway, and Cornell definitely gets what makes each Doctor's voice distinctive - Ten's enthusiasm, Eleven's awkwardness, the current Doctor's entrenched inability to recognize faces... But wait, I haven't mentioned the fourth (not-capitalized) Doctor in this story. It's not the Ninth, but rather the War Doctor! Yes, the main attraction here is that the series serves as a window into the Time War. It's not clear whether the War Doc will be allowed to interact with his three future selves or if his story serves as prequel to what the trio will have to deal with (either way, no worries, Doctors don't and can't remember such meetings later), but Cornell goes right back to Doctor Who's first season in 1963 and revisits Marinus and the Voord (squeeee!), and rather intriguingly exposes the politics of the Time War. It's a whole era of Who "history" that's been left relatively unexplored and here we have a writer who's always been adept at playing with the full range of toys available. In a way, I'm sorry to move "ahead" to the other Doctors meeting in 1923 Paris.
I say check it out.