Doctor Who Comics and Titan Comics Come to San Diego Comic Con International 2015

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Big fan of Doctor Who comics and Titan Comics? Want a free comic just for attending a panel? Titan Comics is coming to San Diego Comic Con International 2015. Here are the details:

Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor #11 CoverTaking place on Saturday July 11th (3:30PM, Room 5AB), the panel, entitled ‘Doctor Who Comics Panel: Year Two, Cross-Over Event And New Mini-Series’, is part of Titan’s themed Doctor Who Comics Day on Saturday at SDCC – a teaser for next month’s official Doctor Who Comics Day event on August 15.

This hotly anticipated panel is sure to be a must with Whovians as Doctor Who comics editor, Andrew James is set to exclusively reveal the next Doctor Who mini-series! Which Doctor will it be? You’ll have to come along to the panel to find out!

Other highlights include:

Writers George Man and Cavan Scott and cover artist Alice X. Zhang take you behind-the-scenes of the Twelfth Doctor SDCC exclusive short story edition. Set at SDCC, the Twelfth Doctor and Clara must battle an alien threat among the con-goers and cosplayers! This edition comes with two amazing covers from fan-favorite artist Alice X. Zhang!

Writer Paul Cornell gives a sneak peek at August’s Doctor Who comics cross-over event – Doctor Who: Four Doctors! This spectacular 5-part weekly event, penned by Cornell and illustrated by Neil Edwards, stars the Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors and their comics companions! Five weeks, four Doctors – this is the event of 2015 you can’t afford to miss!

Writer Cavan Scott and artist Blair Shedd discuss the smash-hit Ninth Doctor mini series – which tied into the Tenth Anniversary of Doctor Who returning to TV.

More guests to be announced including special video messages from new creators.

Plus all panel attendees will receive a FREE Doctor Who comic!

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