Here are the latest comics out this week from Titan Comics – including a Doctor Who holiday special!
Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor Holiday Special #1
This year we’re bringing the fans a Doctor Who Christmas Special… in comic form! Can the Doctor save Christmas? Is Santa a myth, a man, or a Time Lord? Are chimneys bigger on the inside?! Two-part festive fun from Jody Houser (Stranger Things, Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows).
“Highly recommended… Bold, sassy, intelligent and accessible to new fans.” – Geek Syndicate
Life Is Strange #10
Max, Chloe, and Rachel face a new challenge – with Tristan at its heart! Acclaimed writers Emma Vieceli and artists Claudia Leonardi and Andrea Izzo continue the highly anticipated third arc of the official comic. Set in the world of the award-winning game from Square Enix and DONTNOD!
“For those hoping to see more of Chloe and Max, this is a worthy sequel.” – ComicBook.com
Robotech: Remix #2
Dana Sterling traveled back in time and saved her past – but has she lost her future? Faced with new enemies, old friends, and parents who barely know her name, can the half-Zentraedi Robotech ace carve out a place for herself in the cosmos? Brenden Fletcher (Motorcrush, Isola) and artist Elmer Damaso (Robotech/Voltron, Speed Racer) continue the first arc of Robotech: Remix
“Fans, new and old, will find something for everyone.” – Nerdly
Rivers of London: Action At A Distance
A new story in the bestselling cops-and-wizards series Rivers Of London, from chart-topping author Ben Aaronovitch! Uncover the secret World War II history of Peter Grant’s fan-favorite mentor, the mysterious Nightingale. When a serial killer with strange powers arrives on the streets of London, an old soldier remembers the man who mastered the occult at the height of World War II.
“This is a story full of interesting characters… I highly recommend this book. 9.7/10” – Major Spoilers
The very first fully up-to-date English collection of the beautiful sci-fi fantasy opera, Sky Doll! From the writer/artist creators of W.I.T.C.H., Alessandro Barbucci and Barbara Canepa. Sky Dolls are artificial beings without rights, created to serve the state’s desires. The beautiful Noa fled across the galaxy to escape her tyrannical creator, but as two opposing religions threaten to tear her new world apart, she comes to realize she may be more than a simple android…
“Sky Doll is drop-dead gorgeous.” – Geek-O-Rama
Featuring the distinctive, delicious, and disturbing art of superstar Japanese artist Junko Mizuno, this book juxtaposes the hyper-cute with the grotesque! Mixing sweetness with terror, the Hell Ladies are brightly-colored manga-inspired girls with a transgressive twist!
“Junko Mizuno is one of the most renowned and uniquely brilliant artists that I have ever laid my sleepy peepers on.” –Comic Crusaders
Another ‘regened’ issue of 2000 AD out this week from Rebellion. Giving us something for old and new readers alike. Cadet Dredd: Sub-Optimal by Arthur Wyatt (w) Davide Tinto (a) Gary Caldwell (c) Annie Parkhouse (l) […]
From Zenescope Entertainment this week is the latest issue of Grimm Fairy Tales – some thoughts below: As Skye’s quest to free Shang from the Dark Book continues, she’ll soon learn not everyone wants her […]
Now on Kickstarter, I’ve had a chance to review Caspian Porter issues #0 and #1 from SnowyWorks. Caspian Porter is on the run! Hot on his tail are the SMCI Corporation’s corporate cronies, ready to […]