Believe it or not, the industry is again worrying if we should still be making…
Last Sunday (an a-typical day for casting announcements), the BBC announced the casting of the 14th Doctor and it is none other than Sex Education star Ncuti Gatwa has been cast as the Fourtheenth Doctor.
One of the constants in Titan Comics’ Doctor Who series of comics is change, and with a different showrunner taking over for the popular British TV series, it means big transformations for the books as well!
Throughout the show’s history, companions have died, fallen in love and departed, got cranky and walked out or finally returned home after being kinda…err, picked up by the Doctor. Some have been more memorable than others.
This week’s Top 5 looks at the best of the best writers to have worked on the television show.
Titan Comics announced today its involvement in BBC Studios multi-platform Doctor Who story Time Lord Victorious, launching two over-sized comic issues which will debut on September 2, 2020.
It’s relatively easy to pick the best debut story for any new Doctor. ‘Power of…
Enter, David Tennant. With credits too numerous to mention, but spanning stage, television, movies and radio, Tennant, with his reasonably good looks, light, breezy interpretation of the Doctor, and paired up with Billie Piper, elevated the series to new heights of popularity.
Some of the strongest, most striking episodes of Doctor Who are those that have drunk deep of the horror well. Ostensibly a children’s show, Doctor Who has often taken great delight in terrifying the kiddies. In Britain, the term ‘behind the sofa’ is directly related to the show’s ability to send the watching kids scurrying for the safety of the rear of that comfortable piece of furniture, safe from the harrowing images on screen.
The new series of Doctor Who is 15 years old at this point, with over 130 episodes screened around the world. That’s more than enough of a sample size to determine the Top 5 moments in the New Series!
Hero Collector is joining the baking community with its latest Doctor Who collection; baking sets to help fans create treats that are officially out-of-this-world!
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Who do you want to read this week? How about Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor Year Three #14? Take the jump for a sneak peek of the new issue from Titan Comics.
The Seventh Doctor returns to comics in the upcoming Doctor Who: The Seventh Doctor series from Titan Comics.