The trailer for Titan-Comics with new adventure you should be interested in… Alice Obiefune was at her lowest ebb when the Eleventh Doctor burst into her life – she’d lost her mother, her job and her apartment. But it didn’t take much of the Doctor’s compassion to get her on board the TARDIS, rediscovering the beauty in life, one time-lost adventure at a time!
From tackling an alien pet in the streets of London, to exposing a devilish mystery in the 1930s Bayou; from discovering the truth behind an austerity-hit pleasure planet to facing a shapeshifting horror in a scientific research station – every day with the Doctor brings a new, impossible, life-threatening experience!
But there’s a storm gathering, just out of view… One that threatens to offer both the Doctor and Alice their deepest, fondest wishes… Just hope they don’t accept!
Weapons of Past Destruction, the brand-new 5 part mini-series comics starring the Ninth Doctor as played by Christopher Eccleston was written by the co-author of bestselling ‘Who-ology’, Cavan Scott. The Ninth Doctor is back: leaving World War II behind, he, Rose Tyler and Captain Jack discover that Time Lord technology, lost in the wake of the Time War, is being sold on the intergalactic black market! Now the threat of a new temporal war brews on the horizon. Can the Doctor stop history repeating itself?
Coming soon from Titan Comics: the actor and director Noel Clarke has written a comic book called The Troop, which he describes as an edgier take on the teen team comic genre (an edgy soap-opera of violence and super-powers).
Since today two new series of comic book adventures begin for the Tenth and Eleventh Doctor, from Titan Comics. This is their launch trailer.
Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor #1
Gabriella Gonzalez is stuck in a dead-end job in her family’s New York laundromat, dreaming of college and bigger, better and brighter things. So when a strange man with an even stranger big blue box barges into her life on the eve of the Day of the Dead celebrations — talking about an infestation of psychic aliens — she seizes her chance for adventure with both hands.
Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #1
Alice Obiefune has just lost her mother when the Doctor explodes into her life. But what does this grieving young woman have to do with the career of a 70s musician, an amnesiac alien, and a terrifying cosmic threat? On-sale in comic stores and online from July 23
Doctor Who comic book publisher Titan Comics have released trailers for their two new comic ranges, featuring the Tenth and Eleventh Doctors. Titan Comics Doctor Who ranges are available globally as digital downloads, and in the US, Canada and Australia as physical copies. Both the Tenth and Eleventh Doctor ranges will be available from 23 July 2014, with a Twelfth Doctor range following later in the year.
The Tenth Doctor range can be pre-ordered in the following ways:
And from your local comic book store (excluding UK/IE*)
*Due to licensing restrictions, fans in the UK and Ireland can only purchase these comics digitally.
Promising “New Monsters” and an appearance by new companion Gabby Gonzalez, the Tenth Doctor trail shows off more artwork from series artist Elena Casagrande, plus a painted cover from Verity Glass. Gabriella Gonzalez is stuck in a dead-end job in her family’s New York Laundromat, dreaming of college and bigger, better and brighter things. So when a strange man with an even stranger big blue box barges into her life on the eve of the Day of the Dead celebrations — talking about an infestation of psychic aliens — she seizes her chance for adventure with both hands!
Featuring previously-unseen artwork from Simon Fraser, the Eleventh Doctor trailer sees images of Matt Smith’s Doctor and new companion Alice Obiefune – a young woman grieving for the loss of her mother – running down a space-age looking corridor. Alice Obiefune has just lost her mother when the Doctor explodes into her life. But what does this grieving young woman have to do with the career of a 70s musician, an amnesiac alien, and a terrifying cosmic threat? In the wake of the second Big Bang, find out what the Doctor gets up to when Amy and Rory aren’t around!
Some time ago I wrote about Star Trek meets Doctor Who and the announcement from The Huffington Post about an unholy allianceÂ between â€œStar Trekâ€™sâ€ Borg and â€œDoctor Whoâ€™sâ€ Cybermen into a story into crossover comics.Â It was also announced that the story will be published in May, courtesy of an IDW comic book.
Writer TONY LEE will be signing the Forbidden Planet Variant launch issue of STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION / DOCTOR WHO – ASSIMILATION at The Forbidden Planet Megastore on Wednesday 30th May from 6:00 to 7:00pm.
The two greatest science-fiction properties of all time cross over for the first time in history!
When the Federation’s most terrifying enemy strikes an unholy alliance with one of the Doctor’s most hated antagonists, the result is devastation on a cosmic scale! Spanning the ends of space and time itself, Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the USS Enterprise find themselves joining forces with the Doctor and his companions, with the fate of the galaxy hanging in the balance!
Comic writer Tony Lee’s work includes both the ongoing tenth and eleventh doctor comics and ‘Doctor Who: The Forgotten’ for IDW as well as ‘Rat Trap’, a 5th Doctor adventure for Big Finish. His graphic novel Hope Falls is being developed into a screenplay for Future Films and Danger Academy is currently being developed into a cartoon series for American TV.
The Huffington Post announces about an unholy allianceÂ between “Star Trek’s” Borg and “Doctor Who’s” Cybermen into a story into crossover comics. The story will be published in May, courtesy of an IDW comic book.
According to a Monday press release from the company, “Star Trek: The Next Generation/Doctor Who: Assimilation2” will feature “an unholy alliance” between the two villains. This sounds like an excellent idea for a comic book and, not just because two races of relentless, mechanized villains are better than one, but because an on-screen depiction of that kind of epic tale would be unworkable (especially given that “TNG” ended in 1994) and hugely expensive.
So who you gonna call when two mechanical races team up to bring disaster to humanity? Jean-Luc Picard and the Doctor, obviously.