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FIRST LOOK: Spider-man comic writer Dan Slott writes new Doctor Who comic

September 15th, 2023 by The Nerd Comments

Eisner Award-Winning Spider-Man writer Dan Slott makes his Doctor Who debut!

Just ahead of Doctor Who’s 60th anniversary in November, we’re getting comic book royalty writing a new one-off Doctor Who adventure.

In order to survive the fiery Pyromeths, Martha Jones must spin three sensational yarns about the Tenth Doctor and his greatest adventures with old and new foes alike!

An epic story that sees companion Martha Jones captured by the insatiable Pyromeths, and her only hope for survival is to keep them distracted with sensational untold tales of the Tenth Doctor facing off against his greatest foes – both classic and new!

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Witness the incredible adventures of the Tenth Doctor like never-before! You’ll be on the edge of your Tardis as Martha recounts three unbelievable tales of The Doctor facing off against his deadliest foes!

Dan Slott’s incredible Doctor Who comics debut reveals his love for the franchise, featuring cameos from multiple Doctors and their enemies, including the Daleks and Cybermen! Fans will also delight at the special bonus story starring the Ninth Doctor and Rose!

Bursting straight out of the long-running hit television series, this Doctor Who collection continues the time-traveling tales of the Doctor and friends.

Doctor Who: Once Upon a Time Lord is on sale October 31, 2023 

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Author: Dan Slott
Illustrators: Christopher Jones, Matthew Dow Smith, Mike Collins
Publisher: Titan Comics
HC, 64 pages, FC, $17.99 
ISBN: 9781787738690
On sale October 31, 2023

Check out pages from the release below:

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