- Title: The Weeping Angels of Mons
- Author: Robbie Morrison
- Artists: Daniel Indiro, Eleonora Carlini, Slamet Mujiono, Hi-Fi, Richard Starkings, Jimmy Betancourt
- Line: 10th Doctor
- Characters: Tenth Doctor, Gabriella Gonzalez (Gabby)
- Collection Date: 2015
- Collected Issues: 6-10
- Publisher: Titan Comics
- Date Reviewed on GoodReads: 9/09/2015
The Tenth Doctor (David Tennant) and Gabby Gonzalez’s adventures continue in this second volume in the Doctor Who graphic novels from Titan Comics. I thought this book was even better than volume one. The artwork is excellent. The Doctor takes Gabby on his promised trip to the past – but they arrive in the middle of a World War I battlefield. A battlefield that’s under attack by Weeping Angels. First, the Angels appear singly but soon there are hordes of Angels attacking the British troops, and the German troops occupying the nearby town have all ready disappeared.
The flashbacks of the English soldiers who are sent back in time are incredibly well-thought out, as well as well-drawn. The Doctor figures out that the Angels are desperate because they are trying to feed on the future timelines of the Lost Generation – who have no future.
As the Weeping Angels try to approach the British Trenches the Doctor and Gabby help fight them off. Finally, the Doctor is able to reach his missing TARDIS, and trap the Angels underground.
He then brings Gabby home, and says goodbye to her. But, Gabby is not safe in New York as she (and all of New York) is soon attacked by Galactic Hunters who hunt with noise weapons.
I really enjoyed this graphic novel and I recommend it.