New Doctor Who comic shows the Doctor's ultimate weakness

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The Doctor has worn many faces and played many roles on Doctor Who, but he has one constant: he always needs traveling companions. Some faceless, nameless superbeing is spying on the Doctor, in all his incarnations, before he stumbles on this crucial weakness in this sneak peek from the comic Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time from IDW.

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This is the first issue of a twelve-issue miniseries, with each issue tackling one of the Doctor's incarnations. Here's your look at how the IDW crew tackle the First Doctor:

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John Hazard

I think The Doctor has spent many years, maybe hundreds of years, travelling alone. Didn't Matt Smith's stay away for 200 years before Impossible Astronaut? Plus Sylvester McCoy before he turned into Paul McGann, and you kind of got the idea that Christopher Eccleston had been alone for a while, maybe since the Time War, before Rose somehow convinced him to start taking on companions again.