Titan's Doctor Who Comic was given a revamp today by renumbering with Volume 2 No.1. The new issue is a great 'jumping on point' for new readers as the 84 page comic features the first three chapters of The Four Doctors written by Paul Cornell. Here's the PR direct from Titan...
What universe-shattering event brings the Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors crashing together, fuelled by the actions of a mysterious face from their past? Joined by their loyal companions Gabby, Alice and Clara, can the most recent incarnations of the Time Lord work together to overcome an unexpected foe and keep the laws of time and space intact – or will they be betrayed by one of their own?
As history warps around them and the future looks increasingly uncertain, only three Doctors thinking and working together offer any chance of getting out of this trap alive! If only they didn't distrust each other on sight!
This epic, world-first adventure is written by Paul Cornell (Doctor Who TV episodes ‘Father’s Day’, ‘Human Nature’ and ‘Family of Blood’, and comics Wolverine, Captain Britain, MI: 13), with astounding art by Neil Edwards (Justice League Unlimited, Amazing Spider-Man, Iron Man) and glorious colours by Ivan Nunes!
The comic also features humour pages written by Cornell, with art by Marc Ellerby and Rachael Smith.
Doctor Who Comic is an 84 page full colour British comic published every four weeks at £3.99. My local branch of WH Smith had a big display of them today, along with the Panini Marvel comics, so it's good to see them getting a bit more exposure than usual.