The Fifteenth Doctor materializes on Free Comic Book Day in May ahead of his ongoing series starting in May

Titan Comics have revealed more details of the Fifteenth Doctor’s upcoming comic book debut to IGN. The new Time Lord arrives first in a story for Free Comic Book Day, the 4th of May. The yearly initiative encourages people to check out their local comic book shop in person by providing special free issues of various books. Doctor Who Comic is a regular part of the event and returns again for 2024. You’ll be able to get your own free copy of the story at your local retailer on the day.

You can get a full list of free comics available for Free Comic Book Day on the official FCBD site. There, you’ll also be able to find your local participating comic book shop. Other highlights include Hellboy/Stranger Things by Mike Mignola, Transformers: Energon Universe, Gatchaman (better known in some parts of the world as Battle of the Planets), and Flash Gordon.

The free story is written by Dan Watters (Loki) with art by Kelsey Ramsay (Dark Spaces: Good Deeds) and colorist Valentina Bianconi (The Exiled). The same team will then continue on to the regular monthly book. Now officially titled Doctor Who: The Fifteenth Doctor, the first issue of the new ongoing will hit shops on the 24th of June. The series will feature our hero as played by Ncuti Gatwa travelling the universe alongside Ruby Sunday. You can find more preview pages on IGN.


The Fifteenth Doctor era at Titan Comics begins this Free Comic Book Day (c) Titan Comics Doctor Who FCBD
The new era at Titan Comics begins this Free Comic Book Day (c) Titan Comics

Doctor Who: The Fifteenth Doctor #1

The Fifteenth Doctor and Ruby Sunday have followed a mysterious signal to a shopping mall in the last days of Earth. It’s sure to be a trap, but to find the source, The Doctor must face his greatest fears…

Doctor Who: The Fifteenth Doctor #1 is priced at $3.99 and will be released on June 24, 2024.


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