HBO Max Scores Exclusive ‘Doctor Who’ Streaming RightsJo Tro Do Plo Plo No: ‘Doctor Who’ Welcomes Back Familiar Monster Stay on target Things get a bit icy for our comic book heroes when the Twelfth Doctor and Bill Potts encounter a pair of old foes in part two of Richard Dinnick’s “The Wolves of Winter.”Stranded in the ninth century somewhere off the North Atlantic Ocean, the Time Lord and his companion meet an army of Ice Warriors. But the menacing Martians are not the real threat.Through a flashback/origin story, Dinnick takes the reader into the then-recent past, when the Ice Warriors encased a “terrible virusss” called the Flood inside a glacier, stopping the spread of infection across their home planet.But, not before Warrior Haathi became contaminated, stole a shuttle, and “essscaped.”“The Wolves of Winter” part two variant covers (via Titan Comics)“We followed his ssship and forsssed it down here, on an isssland,” according to Grand Marshall Sskoll (whose speech impediment is taken too far for my grammatically correct liking). “We knew if we let it [the virus] fall into the sssea, it would ssspell the end for your ssspeciesss.”The Doctor is all too familiar with the Flood, unwittingly released by the crew of Bowie Base One in 2009 episode “The Waters of Mars.” Existent in it natural state of liquid water, the species needs a physical form to survive. On Bowie Base One, it was the seven-strong team of human colonists. In this case, it’s Ice Warriors and Vikings.A fight between whom, as Bill and Sskoll point out, “would be disssassstrousss.”Good thing the Doctor has a plan!To the war room! (via Titan Comics)Unfortunately, it doesn’t account for the other enemy lurking nearby.Part two of “The Wolves of Winter” trilogy, featuring art by Brian Williamson, is on sale now for $3.99.And, coming in September, the conclusion to this story: When the Doctor, Bill, the Vikings, and the Ice Warriors face off, who will spend the rest of their days on ice?Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.