Titan drop covers for the first of the ongoing Doctor Who series

Recent addition to the Titan Comics family “Doctor Who”, will be getting a facelift as it continues the tales of Pater Capldi’s Twelth Doctor. Titan have released the first batch of covers for the ongoing series along with the names of the creative teams.

The details provided are;

New Doctor! New Beginning! Offering shocks, surprises, and
timestream-shaking revelations, don’t miss your chance to get on board
this amazing ongoing series!

Eagle award-winning writer Robbie Morrison (Drowntown, The Authority,
2000AD, Nikolai Dante
) and New York Times-bestselling artist Dave
Taylor (Batman: Death by Design, 2000AD) dive headfirst into the
TARDIS console room and spin the new Doctor off to his most challenging
destination yet!

As with the Tenth and Eleventh Doctor ranges, Doctor Who: The Twelfth
Doctor #1 comes with a beautiful regular cover painted by Alice X. Zhang,
plus five other variants – including a “100% rebel Time Lord” photo cover
and Mariano Laclaustra penned picture of Clara.


With the amazing storyline and fantastic interior art under lock and
key at the time of going to press ­keep an eye on, and the official BBC Doctor Who Facebook
page for the official announcements!

Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor is available to pre-order from comic stores tomorrow and will hit retailers on October 1.  Due to licensing restrictions, fans in the UK and Ireland can onlypurchase this comic digitally.

So not much of a giveaway since the cover featuring Capaldi are all based on that officially released still of The Twelth Doctor by the BBC, not a lot then is given about the show or even the comic series itself but there are a few interesting notes for starters the font on the cover sees the older font of the series return, the first cover itelf even vagualy looks like the older credits and coupled the promise on the cover B could maybe suggest there is a return to older Who at least in theme. That is at least my take on them but… Who knows?, Who knows?

The writer of this piece was:
Gary Kane
Gary tweets from @Kanoclassic

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