A collection of Third Doctor comics, featuring Jo Grant, the Master and UNIT.
When a figure from the Doctor’s past comes back to haunt him, he finds an ally in an unexpected place… Seasoned Doctor Who writer Paul Cornell (Human Nature, Father’s Day) is well known for his loving yet complex affection for the Pertwee era – expect a classic UNIT escapade, warts and all!
An epic comic collection featuring the Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors, along with their companions Gabby, Alice and Clara, with a special appearance from the War Doctor.
When an unseen enemy manoeuvres the Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors into an impossible meeting, the future of the universe itself is put at stake. It will take all of the Doctor’s innate cunning and adaptability to team up with his past and present selves to uncover the immensely powerful culprit, fix the time stream, and right an ancient wrong. But what mysterious event from the Doctors’ collective past will have an unforgettable effect on their future?
A collection of Ninth Doctor comics, featuring Rose Tyler, Captain Jack Harkness and UNIT.
In the ’70s (or is it the ’80s?), a whistleblower is set to reveal the truth about aliens to the British public. Can the Doctor stop her? And does he even want to…? With security leaks, reflections on the Time War and an unconventional UNIT family, this storyline from Cavan Scott (Weapons of Past Destruction) should be a complex mish-mash of the classic and contemporary. This volume also introduces a new companion for the Ninth Doctor, as well as hinting at some of Jack’s missing memories!
A collection of Torchwood comics, featuring Captain Jack Harkness, Gwen Cooper and Rhys Williams.
Jack has returned to Cardiff, and he’s going to need Gwen’s help to rebuild Torchwood from the ground up… Written by John Barrowman – Captain Jack himself! – with his sister and frequent collaborator Carole, this volume launches a brand new storyline for Torchwood, set after the television series.
A collection of Twelfth Doctor comics, featuring Grant Gordon (aka The Ghost), Lucy Fletcher and Jennifer Fletcher.
The gemstone that gifted Grant his superhuman abilities has siblings. Eight years after his last visit, the Doctor has returned to New York to track them down – but he’s going to need help… As the 2016 Christmas Special saw Doctor Who intersect with the world of comic-book style superheroes, it is only right that that The Ghost should get his own comic. With the entire Gordon/Fletcher clan in tow, the Doctor’s latest travels are very much a family affair!
A collection of Tenth Doctor comics, featuring original companions Gabby Gonzalez and Cindy Wu.
Returning to New York from her travels with the Doctor, Gabby has never felt more alive. For her family and best friend, Cindy, barely any time has passed! But for the Doctor, Gabby and Cindy, this is only the start of their greatest adventure yet, as a secret auction, a cult organisation, an ancient artefact, an aging movie idol, a cosmic conspiracy and a cosmic threat from the heart of the universe collide in NYC to threaten all of reality!
A collection of Twelfth Doctor comics, featuring original companion Hattie Munroe.
A quest for the ultimate fish and chips leads the Doctor and Hattie to a small seaside town in the ‘70s – and straight into trouble… After a brief absence, this volume sees the return of fan-favourite comics companion Hattie, the bass guitar player from a 40th century rock band.. Set between Series 9 and 10, this collection offers the perfect opportunity to show a different side to the enigmatic Twelfth Doctor.
A collection of Tenth Doctor comics featuring original companions Gabby Gonzalez and Cindy Wu, with a guest appearance from Captain Jack Harkness.
A bold new season begins for the Tenth Doctor and companion Gabby. Whether facing down an evil corruption of sentient music on a gas giant, catching up on unseen trips with Gabby’s best friend Cindy, or journeying back to the dawn of humankind to witness the clash between Neanderthals and Cro-Magnons, there are no limits to the adventure – or the danger!
A collection of Tenth Doctor comics, featuring original companions Gabby Gonzalez and Cindy Wu.
The Doctor sleeps on the streets of a megacity, Gabby and Cindy take up jobs at a TARDIS dealership and a god-like being pays a visit to ancient China… The Tenth Doctor, Gabby and Cindy are now a well-established team, so it is only fitting that this volume should spice up their dynamic and take their characters to unfamiliar places. There’s also a new companion thrown into the mix – one quite unlike anything that could be achieved on TV!
An adventure featuring time-travelling archaeologist Bernice Summerfield, written by James Parsons and Andrew Stirling-Brown.
Money makes the world go round, as can a few too many strong drinks. But when Benny, in a fit of sobriety, agrees to do a pre-Advent favour for Irving Braxiatel, little does she suspect that a bit of corporate schmoozing with a fast food magnate is going to lead her into the biggest spin she’s experienced for a very long time. In a whistle-stop tour of frontier planets, she encounters mysterious burials, guns and swords, legs and claws, lost treasure, mortal combat, conspiracy, stomach-churning posh nosh and a little man called Perkin. Oh, and love and war, again.
A trilogy of novellas featuring time-travelling archaeologist Bernice Summerfield, written by Jonathan Clements, Marc Platt and Pete Kempshall respectively.
Late 2562: Bernice Summerfield is 22 and en route to the ruin of Earth. She’s young, she’s single, she’s just got an MA in archaeology. There’s a life of adventure in front of her. And then she meets the half-human, half-lemur Ivo, whose life she’ll completely knock sideways. Late 2607: Professor Bernice Summerfield is… well she looks nearly 40, but it’s difficult to tell what with all the time travel. She’s on her way to a funeral, and to meet up with people she’s not seen since her 20s. Jason is keen to go with her. Benny never talks about that period of her life – what she did to keep out of the war, where she travelled, how she survived, or who it was broke her heart. She’s run through all time and space to avoid this reunion. But the best-selling author of Down Among The Dead Men must finally uncover her own past.
A short story anthology featuring time-travelling archaeologist Bernice Summerfield, edited by Nick Wallace. Includes stories written by Philip Purser-Hallard, Mags L. Halliday, Lance Parkin and more.
The Braxiatel Collection is a museum, art gallery and academic institute. A home for renowned archaeologists, runaway art thieves, and galactic waifs and strays. It’s been a private playground and the battlefield in the fight against tyranny. And now things are changing again. With the Collection’s founder missing, it’s up to those left behind to make this place their own. Amidst the chaos of visitors from the far future, dark secrets, old friends and new enemies, Bernice Summerfield must do whatever’s necessary to keep the doors open and her family safe. Yet through it all, there’s one truth she cannot escape. Braxiatel is gone. And nature abhors a vacuum.
An adventure featuring time-travelling archaeologist Bernice Summerfield, written by Ben Aaronovitch.
One day she will bring down empires and decide the fate of the universe. One day she will be feared by the creatures of evil and revered wherever people have had just a little bit too much to drink. But all that is yet to come… Right now Bernice Summerfield is 21 years old and living hand to mouth and drink to drink. Offered a job beyond her qualifications she is lured out to the backwater planet of Jaiwan where nothing has ever happened – ever. There she joins a disparate team of archaeologists who have just discovered that the planet of Jaiwan may have been just a tad more interesting than people thought. This could be Benny’s big break and her ticket to a proper career in archaeology. That’s if archaeology doesn’t kill her first.
A trilogy of novellas featuring time-travelling archaeologist Bernice Summerfield, written by Rebecca Levene, Stewart Sheargold and Dave Stone respectively (with linking material by Simon Guerrier).
The Collection has lost one of its own. Someone who made a mistake once, and has never been forgiven for it. Someone whose hard work and need to make amends has been taken for granted. Someone who doesn’t fit in… Clarissa Jones has been head of administration at the Braxiatel Collection for many years. Enough time to really know her way around the place – its security, its weaknesses, its secrets. Knowledge, in fact, of great value to any of the neighbouring powers. So it’s bad news for everyone when she disappears… The Collection has lost one of its own. Unless Clarissa has taken others with her.
An adventure featuring time-travelling archaeologist Bernice Summerfield, written by Mark Michalowski.
What’s the most famous archaeologist in the sector to do when she receives an uninformative message from a woman she hardly remembers on a planet she’s never heard of? Go and investigate, of course! But the unending, unyielding jungle on Tollip’s World doesn’t make it easy. Nor does the paranoia around the research team’s mysterious discoveries there. Before long, Benny’s under attack from humans, long-dead aliens and unpleasant fungal infections. What happened on Tollip’s World 8,000 years ago? What’s the origin of the electrical discharges beneath the surface of the planet? Why is there a greenhouse in the middle of a jungle? What are the Trees of Life? And could the secrets of Tollip’s World mean the extinction of humanity?
A short story anthology featuring time-travelling archaeologist Bernice Summerfield, edited by Paul Cornell. Includes stories written by Simon Guerrier, Robert Shearman, Jonathan Morris and more.
The Braxiatel Collection has been occupied by the Fifth Axis. This shouldn’t have happened: Brax picked this place to be safe, and surely he knows the history of time and space? Bernice and her friends find themselves living under a military government. Bev joins the resistance. Adrian is thrown into a prison camp for aliens. Jason finds a comfortable little niche for himself in the new administration. Bernice’s half-human son, Peter, is now under threat every minute of every day. Bernice finds herself caught in the middle of the occupation, her old friends, and her desperate need to protect her child.