Don’t miss this collection of adventures featuring the Tenth Doctor and his companions, originally published by IDW Publishing and now reprinted by Titan Comics.
Combined in one volume, this collection includes a fantastic cover gallery, showcasing the covers from the original issues including stunning art by Tommy Lee Edwards.
Featured stories include: The Whispering Gallery, The Time Machination, Autopia, Cold-Blooded War, Room with a Déjà View, Black Death White Life, and Fugitive.
A collection of Twelfth Doctor comics, featuring Bill Potts, Nardole and Missy.
The TARDIS lands on a deep-space transporter where a Weeping Angel is on the loose. Faced with a desperate situation, the Doctor has no choice but to call on an old friend for help… but can Missy really be trusted?
The Seventh Doctor makes his full-length Titan comics debut, joined by fan-favourite Ace along with Rachel, Allison and Group Captain Gilmore of the Counter-Measures team, last seen on screen in the classic Remembrance of the Daleks.
The Doctor, Ace and the Counter-Measures team are holed up on the remote plains of the Australian desert. But what is the true agenda of the traitor in Gilmore’s ranks? What sacrifices will Ace have to make for the sake of the future? And what connects the events of 1967 with an unidentified spacecraft orbiting the Earth in 2029…? With writing duties handled by Seventh Doctor veterans Andrew Cartmel and Ben Aaronovitch, this new adventure should have plenty of authentic touches harking back to one of the most interesting periods in the programme’s history.
The Tenth Doctor is joined by comics companions Gabby Gonzalez and Cindy Wu, the Eleventh Doctor is accompanied by comics creation Alice Obiefune and the Twelfth Doctor is joined by TV favourites Bill Potts and Kate Stewart.
The Tenth Doctor lands on a lost spaceship – and right into trouble, the Eleventh Doctor runs into robots on the streets of 19th century San Francisco and the Twelfth Doctor encounters pterodactyls at Piccadilly Circus. Meanwhile, something is emerging that will impact the Doctor in their Thirteenth incarnation… Starring Titan Comics’ ongoing Doctors (soon to be joined by Jodie Whittaker’s incarnation), each in their own standalone adventure, and featuring a tease of what’s to come from the Thirteenth Doctor’s own comics adventures, this collection should make for an ideal introduction to the world of Titan’s Doctor Who comics.
Originally published by IDW Publishing and now reprinted by Titan Comics, this collection follows the first 11 incarnations of the intrepid traveller on an epic adventure as they explore time and space with fan-favourite companions, and comes face to face with some of the galaxy’s deadliest foes!
Featuring the complete Prisoners of Time story arc, as well as a stunning cover gallery, this is a must-have addition to any Whovian’s Doctor Who collection!
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.
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 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 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 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 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 Twelfth Doctor comics featuring sword-slinging opera singer Julie D’Aubigny and the creative duo behind the smash-hit comic series Time Surgeon.
What’s it about? Darkness brews in pre-revolutionary France and a race of psychic vampires terrorises one of the most peaceful planets in the galaxy… Set between Series 9 and 10, these solo trips for the Twelfth Doctor give the comics a chance to go off in their own direction – and what a wonderfully unusual and varied direction it is!
A collection of Twelfth Doctor and Clara comics, also featuring Kate Stewart.
The Doctor and Clara face impossible odds as the Hyperions – a race of sentient suns who scorched the universe until the Time Lords brought their reign of terror to an end – have returned, and, worse, have come to Earth! Plus – the pair face a marooned creature in a stately home, and visit San Diego Comic Con!
A collection of Eleventh Doctor comics, featuring original companion Alice Obiefune and an unusual hitchhiker known as The Sapling.
Year Three of the Eleventh Doctor comics sees the return of acclaimed Year One writer Rob Williams and features a funeral, a rogue Silent with its own agenda, and a bright yellow monster truck and more! With an unconventional TARDIS occupant, the return of the David Bowie-inspired John Jones and a balance of wit, action and character drama, this volume looks to have all the elements that made Year One so popular.
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!
The first year of the Tenth Doctor’s Titan Comics adventures collected in one bumper-size volume, featuring comics companions Gabby Gonzalez and Cindy Wu.
The Doctor takes Gabby on the journey of a lifetime (with Cindy getting caught up too), meeting former film stars, Weeping Angels and the last of the Osirans along the way! Faithfully evoking the Tennant era whilst also introducing new story threads, this is an excellent place to start if you are new to the world of Doctor Who comics.
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!
A collection of Tenth Doctor comics, featuring original companion Gabby Gonzalez.
The Doctor and Gabby take a terrifying trip into history when a left turn in the Time Vortex strands them in the bomb-besieged trenches of World War II. And it’s not just the churning mud or the constant bombardments they have to worry about… the fearsome Weeping Angels are here and feasting on the futures of the soldiers on all sides!
A collection of Ninth Doctor comics, featuring Rose Tyler, Captain Jack Harkness and new comics companion Tara.
The Doctor is imprisoned for a murder he didn’t commit, Jack takes centre stage in an adventure of his own and Rose wakes up in a hospital delivery room… With plenty of Ninth Doctor stories already to his name, it seems like there is no end to writer Cavan Scott’s brilliance in concocting new adventures for the most fantastic of time travellers. This volume delves into Jack’s seedy past as a Time Agent, and brings the Ninth Doctor face to face with a classic monster he never had the chance to meet on television!
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!