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 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.
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 collection of Torchwood comics, featuring Captain Jack Harkness, Gwen Cooper and Rhys Williams, with Captain John Hart.
A string of natural disasters appears to be connected to a recent visitation from an alien species. It’s up to Torchwood to prevent the coming apocalypse… Fans have waited a long time for the return of Captain John, the ying to Jack’s yang. Picking up from the first volume of Torchwood comics, writers John and Carole Barrowman deliver an action-packed epic with that distinctively bonkers Torchwood edge.
A collection of over 60 essays covering the revived series of Doctor Who, edited by Graeme Burk and Robert Smith? and with a foreword by Robert Shearman (Dalek). Contributors include Steve Lyons (The Stealers of Dreams), Lloyd Rose (Camera Obscura) and more!
A collection of over 70 essays covering every era of the classic series of Doctor Who. Edited by Graeme Burk and Robert Smith?, the collection features pieces from Matt Jones (The Impossible Planet/The Satan Pit), Simon Guerrier (The Slitheen Excursion) and many more!
The first year of the Twelfth Doctor’s Titan Comics adventures collected in one bumper-size volume, featuring Clara and Kate Stewart.
From 1960s Vegas to India in the 24th century to the corridors of Coal Hill School, the Doctor and Clara encounter all the weird and wonderful things that come with travelling in the TARDIS, including cyborg cephalopods, a suburban Dad from another dimension and an ancient enemy of the Time Lords… Faithfully recreating the TV dynamic of the Twelfth Doctor and Clara and full of familiar elements made new, this volume makes a very accessible starting point for anyone looking to dip their toe into the comics of the Whoniverse!
A collection of Eleventh Doctor comics, featuring original companion Alice Obiefune and the Sapling, a mysterious being that the Doctor and Alice helped create.
The search for the TARDIS crew’s missing memories takes them on a mind-bending journey from the tomb of an ancient race adrift in space to a quaint village fete – but the Doctor has a nagging feeling that they are being followed… The latest storyline from George Mann (Engines of War) promises much of the strong characterisation and oddball charm that has made the Eleventh Doctor comics such a success. The fledgling TARDIS team, with the Doctor and Alice taking a kind of parental responsibility for the Sapling, should provide an interesting new dynamic.
An adventure set during Series 3 of the classic sci-fi series, written by Jonathan Blum and Kate Orman.
The Liberator crew infiltrate the Mediasphere, a space station which produces the Federation’s propaganda and popular entertainment. But who is really controlling the Mediasphere – and scripting a series of deadly encounters for our heroes?