Sherlock, To The Death & More From Titan

Here are the latest comics from Titan Comics – including a new Sherlock series and To The Death continues with issue #4

Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor
Volume 3: Old Friends

The Doctor and her companions Ryan, Yaz and Graham, return in a fast-paced, fun, accessible new adventure. The Doctor finally unites with her childhood hero – the roguish Time Lord known as The Corsair! It’s just a shame their meeting isn’t a happy one… From writer Jody Houser (Stranger ThingsSpider-Man: Renew Your Vows), guest-starring a never-before-seen Time Lord, created for the show by Neil Gaiman!

“Houser and Ingranata work brilliantly together, infusing the series with a genuine sense of fun.”
 Culture Bandit
Sherlock: A Scandal In Belgravia #1

The critically acclaimed manga adaptation of Sherlock hits Season Two, introducing the iconic Irene Adler! Fresh from facing down Moriarty, Sherlock Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch) and John Watson (Martin Freeman) are called in to assist the royal family in a very delicate matter… only to find that the Great Detective may have met his match!

“A worthy introduction to an engaging mystery for fans of the TV series.” – Comicverse

The undead hero of MediEvil returns in a thrilling prequel adventure – the story that would have been MediEvil 3, told by the original creators of the beloved videogame. Director Chris Sorrell and lead artist Jason Wilson (Surface Tension) tell a new tale starring Sir Daniel Fortesque, the skeletal knight, after he is swept back through time to save the kingdom of Gallowmere! Fans meet Dan’s living (and wimpy) past self for the very first time… Includes unseen cover art and six MediEvil movie poster designs!
To The Death #4

Earth, 2674: Quite suddenly – and possibly fatally – Aleksy Dryagin discovers he’s no longer calling the shots when it comes to Scourge Squadron, and his hair-trigger, hot-blooded pyro-warfare expert Kraken has orders from on high not only to assume command, but also to make sure Dryagin dies a dusty death on the lunar surface. But others – most notably the subversive White Noise group – want Dryagin alive and kicking for their own reasons. But are they already too late?

“A hugely enjoyable slice of futuristic sci-fi… this will definitely be a book to watch.” – Nerdly
Minions Paella #2

The breakout mascots of Despicable Me (and their own movie, Minions) are back in a new set of hilarious comic gags! Travel the world with the Minions, as they sample the world’s cuisine – spiced with their own brand of silliness!

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