Comic featuring the mystery Doc Who

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  1. Markonian

    Markonian Fleet Admiral Moderator

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    According to an article, there's a Free Comic Book Day on 7th May and the cover of the Doctor Who comic features the mysterious extrasequential Doctor Who from "Timeless Child".

    Link: https://merchandise.thedoctorwhosite.co.uk/free-comic-book-day-2022/

    I don't follow the Whoville-verse religiously but this version of The Who is somebody I'd love to learn more about.
     
  2. Steve Roby

    Steve Roby Rear Admiral Premium Member

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    Subtle, wise, and not to be questioned are the ways of moderators, but should this be in the Doctor Who subforum?
     
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  3. Markonian

    Markonian Fleet Admiral Moderator

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    Oooo there’s a subforum for that? That’s actually pretty cool for an obscure franchise like this.
     
  4. The Nth Doctor

    The Nth Doctor Infinite Possibilities... Premium Member

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    Indeed. I had to fight tooth and nail for it back in the day!

    As for this possible news, exciting if true but I want more of Jo Martin on screen!
     
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  5. Nerys Myk

    Nerys Myk Worf In the 23rd Century Premium Member

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    Obscure????? It's pretty big. Even here in the wilds of North America.
     
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  6. matthunter

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    Since Markonian purports to be from Derbyshire UK, I assume there is a degree of tongue-cheek interaction in their post.
     
  7. Allyn Gibson

    Allyn Gibson Vice Admiral Admiral

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    The cover, at least, is authentic. I saw it a few weeks ago when Titan sent it over to my office. I haven't seen the contents of the book yet, and I couldn't confirm or deny the contents when I will. But the cover image is authentic. :)