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Doctor Who: The Forgotten: 03/18/13
Doctor Who: The Forgotten by Tony Lee started as a six issue comic. I read it as a bound graphic novel volume.
Martha and the Doctor arrive in a museum dedicated to the Doctor and his exploits. Someone though is calling the shots. The price is the Doctor's memories. By reliving previous adventures, one from each regeneration he finds he can regain his memories.
The Forgotten was a fun romp through the previous Doctors, though not as imaginative as the webcomic, The Ten Doctors. The end, though, has a nice resolution though that predates Gaiman's writing for the television series.
The artwork is good. The Doctor in all his different forms is recognizable. The oldest ones are drawn in black and white.