This is it – the final issue of the Twelfth Doctor Year Two. This might be travelers Sonny and Val last trip landing on the planet Mindmorphs. Can they help the Doctor? Look for issue #15 on the comic book racks this week.
I must admit I got into the Doctor Who bandwagon a little late. I really started watching when actor Matt Smith became the Eleventh Doctor with Karen Gillan playing Amy Pond. The Eleventh Doctor with new traveling companion rides into a new adventure with Part 1: “The Tragical History Tour.”
Doctor, doctor! If you’re looking to jump in and get into the various Doctor Who comic book series from Titan Comics, then this Eleventh Doctor Year Three #1 will be a great starting point for new fans. Travel with the Eleventh Doctor and companion Alice Obiefune.
If you’re a comic book reader veteran, then you’re probably familiar with the usual once-a-year mega cross-over event like in the DC and Marvel Universe. Well, this summer 2015, Titan Comics will mix-it up with 4 Doctors and 3 companions meeting up in this 5-issue mini-series. Doctor Who: Four Doctors #1 (1-5) follows the Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors and their companions on a mission against an unknown foe. The epic crossover-event is written by Paul Cornell (Wolverine) and illustrated by Neil Edwards
Usually when it’s a comic book tie-in with popular TV program, the comic book usually sucks. The art is not up to par and the stories and world-building does not tie-in enough to the TV show, there is a disconnect of sorts. But over the past year, I have the pleasure of reading the various Doctor Who releases by Titan Comics and it’s been a blast. Each creative team on the books have done a fine job building upon the Doctor Who universe and mythos. Marvel and DC comics may dominate the comic-book racks, but if you’re looking for something different and something British, then look for these Titan Comics’ Doctor Who books dropping Wednesday, July 29, 2015 at your local comic book store.
Previously on Doctor Who, The Doctor and Clara get a distress call from an old friend, Tiger Mathara so they head to India 2315 but by the time they got to him it’s too late and they find him dead at the hands of a Thugee. While investigating Maratha’s death, they meet Maratha’s daughter Priyanka and find out that Scindia, an organization that worships the deity Kali, are behind everything. The last we see our beloved character, The Doctor gets sent back in time to India 1825 where he is saved by a renegade amazon named Rani Jhulka while Clara and Priyanka are trapped in 2315 surrounded by a horde of Thugee.
Issue 4 starts with the Doctor and Rani, a female bodyguard to the daughter of a spice merchant. She tells the story of how she fell in love with the daughter and how she loses her. You then find that her lover was also killed by the Thugee. After giving her back story to the Doctor, they are ambushed by the Thugee.
One of the most popular actors to play the Doctor was Matt Smith. Look for more Matt Smith adventures as the Eleventh Doctor with this on-going series by Titan Comics. Writers Al Ewing & Rob Williams and artist Simon Fraser delivers the first issue to Doctor Who fans.
Are you craving more David Tennant Doctor Who adventures? Then this all-new series published by Titan Comics should to the trick. Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor follows the Doctor to New York City to find new companion. This 5-issue story-arc is bought to you buy Eisner Award-winning writer Nick Abadzis and fan-favorite Elena Casagrande.
Take the iconic Mr. Potato Head toy and dress him up. Fans of the popular Doctor Who TV show will want to grab this Potato Head – the Doctor Who Gold Dalek Mr. Potato Head. The figure stands 7″ tall and is ready to take on Dr. Who.
Ramen and a Half interviews Andrew Sumner to find out what Titan Entertainment Group is all about at New York Comic Con. First and foremost our team at Retrenders reviews many of Titan Books and we’ve grown to love what they do, because we simply love the content they publish and re-publish. Titan Entertainment is known to reinvent and revive content that had once had their moment in time from cult classics novels, comics, and they publish niche content about historical arts, artists, musicians, early filmmakers and much more. It’s as if Titan reflects on fascinating content and say – “This is entertaining – let’s revive it!”
Titan Entertainment Group is also an official licensee of Doctor Who products and works with popular media entertainment and culture. You can find out about their latest releases and featured products at Titan Merchandise.