Lily is a young girl who dreams of helping her father, Professor Hercules Fatchops, in his quest to build a flying machine. But they’ll have to speed up their efforts – and throw a bit of Lily’s magic into the science – to save the Pigdom from invading warthogs who have sophisticated flying machines. […]
Yesterday Doctor Who: Supremacy of the Cybermen, was released. We talked with series co-writer Cavan Scott about how it felt to turn his attention to other Doctors, how he solves writing conflicts, and his first contact with the sinister Cybermen.
Don’t know what to check out? How about a free sample before your free comic hunting begins? We’ve got art from the FCBD issues of two popular Titan Comics titles: Doctor Who and Assassin’s Creed.
And here’s the final part of our annual creator survey. It seems people are really looking forward to Rom if you read all of these. Also, thanks to such a wide ranging cross section of this amazing industry we live and work in for taking to time to share their thoughts with us all. Save […]
Titan Comics is coming across the pond and bringing a robust series of panels and signings to NYCC 2015. Read on to get the scoop on how you can meet the writers and artists behind your favorite Titan titles.
Titan releases Eighth Doctor series details, holiday special plans and upcoming covers and art at their SDCC Doctor Who comics panel.
The 12th Doctor and Clara battle an Alien force at SDCC in a con-exclusive issue is center stage among the con-exclusive offerings from Titan which also include a triptych of interlocking covers featuring Tennant, Capaldi and Smith and 10th doctor figures.
We talked with Abadzis about being a British expat in New York, and the first Mexican-American companion Gabby Gonzalez: also the TARDIS’ first artist.
Titan will be set up at booth #2142 with all kinds of Doctor Who stuff, and signings by Nick Abadzis, Elena Casagrande, Simon Fraser, Alice X. Zhang and more. Here’s their swag and panel schedule.
Titan were announced as the new owners of the Doctor Who license last year, spurring many to wonder what their plans with the franchise would be. As it turns out, their plan is to have two books based on the space-travelling Time Lord, both of which have been announced today.