The answer is a resounding yes. This debut issue, written by Nick Abadzis (who won an Eisner for his wonderful graphic novel Laikaback in 2008) and pencilled by Elena Casagrande (who did some solid work for IDW’s Angel series), feels like it could easily be an episode of the series’ during Tennant’s era. The issue is set just after the fourth series, which finds the Doctor travelling on his own after leaving Donna Noble behind. Abadzis nails the voice of the Tenth Doctor, capturing his propensity for babble so well you can hear Tennant’s voice in your head while reading. That’s your first hurdle with a Doctor Who comic, capturing the Doctor’s voice in a way that is more than just a pastiche.