Titan Comics Promises Epic FourDoctor Crossover Event

first_img Peter Capaldi’s Doctor Who adventures end when “The Doctor Falls” on July 1 (save for his real finale in the Christmas special).But the 12th Doctor will live on in Titan Comics’ upcoming series “The Lost Dimension,” launching Aug. 30.The “epic event”—eight chapters dropping over three months—features all four revival Doctors playing their part to battle the Void.“The Void has always existed: ‘No place. The silent realm. The lost dimension.’ But the Void is no longer empty,” Titan explained in a press release. “The Void is hungry, and devouring our universe—through time and space. Now, the four Doctors must join forces to save… everything!”“The Lost Dimension” kicks off this fall with the “super-accessible” Alpha issue from George Mann and Cavan Scott, with art by Rachael Stott and Rod Fernandes.Ninth Doctor special covers (via Titan Comics)The “thrilling” story continues with a Ninth Doctor special, set for release in conjunction with Doctor Who Comics Day, a global celebration held on Saturday, Sept. 2.Inspired by Titan’s line of Who books, this year’s event is set to be “bigger than ever before,” with new comics and collections, merchandise, variant covers, signings, and affairs at retailers and libraries around the world.Last year’s festivities were tied in with the release of Scott and Mann’s Supremacy of the Cybermen comic mini-series—in honor of the classic villain’s 50th anniversary.Go online to sign up your bookshop or library, or to register for a kit to host your own reading group event on Doctor Who Comics Day. And keep an eye out for more details about this year’s event.Check out Mann’s work in the latest Twelfth Doctor story, “Beneath the Waves: Part 2,” in which the Doctor and companion Hattie must fend off attacking seaweed “shamblers.” Scott, meanwhile, wrapped up the Ninth Doctor’s “Arkham Asylum in Space” story last month with “Sin Eaters: Part Two.”And, get your live-action Doctor Who fix every Saturday on BBC America. The 12-episode arc marks the end for stars Peter Capaldi and Michelle Gomez (Missy the Master), as well as showrunner Steven Moffat, who will depart the sci-fi favorite late this year. HBO Max Scores Exclusive ‘Doctor Who’ Streaming RightsJo Tro Do Plo Plo No: ‘Doctor Who’ Welcomes Back Familiar Monster Stay on targetlast_img read more