HBO Max Scores Exclusive ‘Doctor Who’ Streaming RightsJo Tro Do Plo Plo No: ‘Doctor Who’ Welcomes Back Familiar Monster Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Stay on target Let me tell you a story about a TARDIS that just wanted some peace.It’s called “The Lost Dimension: Omega,” and it’s the grand finale of Titan Comics’ epic Doctor Who crossover.Over the past month, the Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh, and Twelfth Doctors have traversed all of space and time, trying to stop white holes of the Void from tearing apart the universe.Since the super accessible premiere issue hit shelves in October, the somewhat haphazard “Lost Dimension” series has taken readers to every end of the universe. But none of the Doctors’ individual stories (or those of his companions) measured up to the original story told in “Alpha.”A wonderful throwback for long-time fans, mashup is a nonstop bundle of excitement from tried-and-true Whovian writers George Mann and Cavan Scott, who also penned “Omega.”This week’s tale, while page-turningly lively, didn’t quite capture the spirit of its predecessor.“The Lost Dimension: Omega” variant covers (via Titan Comics)What it does particularly well, however, is wrapping up an eight-plus-issue plotline in a tidy bow (tie), with cameos from every incarnation of the titular Time Lord, and some fun interactions between our modern heroes.And with some beautiful art by Mariano Laclaustra (and assistants Fer Centurion). (It may be worth buying an extra copy of “Omega,” just to rip out a few pages to use as home decor.)The 32-page “The Lost Dimension: Omega” is on sale now for $3.99. Titan also this week released “Special #2,” featuring River Song and the Doctor’s daughter, Jenny.Now that the mystery of the Void has been solved and everyone returned to their rightful timelines, you can return to your regularly scheduled Doctor Who comics: The adventure continues for the Tenth, Eleventh, and Twelfth Doctors this month.And, start the countdown to Christmas, when the First and Twelfth Doctor team up to save the world (duh) in this year’s holiday special, “Twice Upon a Time.” The festive episode marks the end for showrunner Steven Moffat and star Peter Capaldi, among other cast and crew, and introduces Jodie Whittaker as the Thirteenth Doctor.