During its panel during the San Diego Comic Con, Titan Comics announced it is bringing fans of the Paul McGann Doctor the one thing they’ve always wanted – A COMIC BOOK MINI-SERIES!

DOCTOR WHO:​ ​THE EIGHTH DOCTOR #1
Writers: George Mann
Artist: Emma Vieceli
Publisher: Titan Comics
Frequency: 1 (of 5)
Page Count: 32pp
Price: $3.99
On sale Date: October 28, 2015

“I’M THE DOCTOR, AND I’D VERY MUCH LIKE TO KNOW WHAT YOU’RE DOING IN MY HOUSE…”

Get ready for an all-new season of comics adventures featuring the Eighth Doctor, as played by Paul McGann in the Doctor Who movie, fan-favorite minisode Night of the Doctor… and over fourteen years (and counting!) of astounding Big Finish audio spectaculars!

Five amazing, interconnected new stories take the Doctor on a rollercoaster of threat and misadventure, as he investigates the mysteries surrounding his new companion Josie. Victorian magic shows, murderous trees, lost books, crystalline life-forms, barges in space crammed with the undead… and the grand journey all begins in a sleepy Welsh town… besieged by living paintings!

Buckle up for a wild ride that embraces all the Gothic Romance and interstellar terror of the Doctor’s eighth incarnation!

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Are you excited? I know I am. The first issue of The Eighth Doctor arrives on October 28, 2015.

via Titan Comics

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  1. Alisha
    July 13, 2015 at 11:53 am — Reply

    YESYESYESYES!!!

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