The Seventh Doctor and Ace – played by Sylvester McCoy and Sophie Aldred on screen in Doctor Who in the 1980s – return to comics week, with the launch of the three-part mini series, Operation Volcano. Written by series script editor Andrew Cartmel (Rivers of London), with art by Christopher Jones (Doctor Who – HeraldsContinue reading Sneak Peek: Doctor Who’s Seventh Doctor returns to comics this week!
Titan Comics hit Rivers of London comic series returns for a brand-new story, picking up the threads from the most recent bestselling novel, The Hanging Tree – and the creative team will be signing copies at the Forbidden Planet London Megastore on Saturday. Peter Grant, the creation of author Ben Aaronovitch, is an apprentice magician and freshly-madeContinue reading New Rivers of London comic, “Cry Fox”, debuts today
Panini UK has announced Doctor Who Adventures has gone on hiatus, effective immediately, although we’re told it may be re-launched with the arrival of a new series lead in 2018. The company has published over 24 issues of the title, the last (Issue 24) on sale this week; taking it over from Immediate Media. However,Continue reading Doctor Who Adventures goes on hiatus but may be back in 2018
Doctor Who Adventures Issue 23 is in sale now from Panini, and I’m delighted to report that the Doctor is still battling aliens accompanied by an alien talking horse. (Not that it wouldn’t be great to have new companion Bill in the strip – she gets an introductory UNIT “Alien Archive” feature this issue –Continue reading New Doctor Who Adventures Out Now – We’ll Shout that ’til we’re Horse!
The latest issue of Doctor Who Adventures (Issue 22) is on sale now, with strip writer Andrew Cartmel delivering a story poking affectionate fun at Marvel’s mutants, Harry Potter and, possibly, Bunty’s “The Four Marys” for good measure. A talking horse for a companion is just an added bonus in “Wings of the Predator”, drawnContinue reading Doctor Who Adventures offers a Mutants Meets Harry Potter Mash-Up