If you love Doctor Who and are just as eager as the rest of the fans around the world for the August 23rd premiere of Season 8, we may have a temporary cure.
Titan Comics have recently released the first two brand-new issues of a Doctor Who comics series; Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor #1 and Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #1.
The first issues of both titles are now available in print wherever good comic books are sold, and digitally through comiXology. Find out more at titan-comics.com , where you can also pre-order or subscribe to each series.
BTM’s own resident 6 year old Whovian; Lindalee Rose was thrilled to have a chance to check out these continuing adventures of some of her favorite time-lords and gives us a review. Check them out below.
Foreword: Lindalee is a 6 year old girl who has a particular love for loves Doctor Who that is it’s own companion to her interest in My Little Pony, Sofia the First, Disney Princesses and Littlest Pet Shop. Also, the world of comic books is pretty much an unknown territory for her, so we thought we’d introduce her to these new comic book adventures of the Doctor while also giving her a crash course on this age old form of paper entertainment that have entertained the imaginations of kids and adults for decades.
“I really liked the story of the alien dog who gets lost in London”. And the 11th Doctor makes a new friend who gets to be a companion that goes with him on adventures”.
“The story with the 10th Doctor and the monster was kind of weird and kind of scary”.
“There are stories in the back of the comics about baby Doctor’s and Aliens that are fun”. I really thought the POND LIFE story was cool, because River Song goes on a date with the 11th Doctor, but her mom and dad, Amy & Rory don’t want to let her go”.
“The Doctor Who comics are good for people who like the show but maybe don’t have a TV and cant’ watch it sometimes”
FINAL THOUGHTS: “The comics were easy to read, and they are good for kids and I really liked the art. I Love Them”!
NOTE: These first issues will also each include an exclusive link to a code that readers can use to bring these new comics companions into their own Doctor Who: Legacy games. That’s not all – players will also be able to pit these new companions against thrilling new levels and enemies ripped from the pages of the comics – for free!