Doctor Who Panel to Panel Podcast Catch Up: storyboard artist and writer Joshua Pruett and artist Kelsey Ramsay

Doctor Who Panel to Panel Podcast - Kelsey Ramsay

We’ve been remiss in coverage of recent coverage of the Doctor Who Panel to Panel podcast, presented and produced by the erudite Jeremy Bement, so let’s make up for that right now.

If you like Doctor Who comics, this podcast is for you! Featuring news, reviews and interviews the team cover all things Doctor Who and comic book.

Episode 177 – Short Stripped

Released just before Free Comic Book Day last month, Jeremy checks out the new series Fifteenth Doctor series from Titan Comics. Plus, there’s reviews of instalments of the Doctor Who Magazine strips, “Mancopolis”, “Liberation of the Daleks” and more.

Episode 178 – Free Comic Book Day with Joshua Pruett

Storyboard artist and writer Joshua Pruett (Phineas & Ferb, MST3K, The Last Comics on Earth) joins Jeremy to talk about Doctor Who, comics as part of Free Comic Book Day. Plus, Jeremy checks out the final part of “Mancopolis” and the planet Isopterus, there’s lots of news and more.

Episode 179 – Getting to Know Kelsey Ramsay

Artist Kelsey Ramsay is new to the world of comics and Doctor Who! This episode brings fans an exclusive first interview, chatting with Jeremy about how she got into drawing comics, how long she’s been a Doctor Who fan and more. Plus, Jeremy checks out the newest Fifteenth Doctor comics – and much more!

For those unfamiliar, is a comic artist and illustrator from London, whose work has featured with publishers such as Z2, IDW and Titan.

She describes herself as “a traditional artist that can’t ink without an eclectic collection of music and loves all things books.” As well as her official website, you can also follow her on Instagram.

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