David Tennant’s new Doctor Who costume will be on show for the first time at London’s MCM Comic Con this weekend

Following Sunday night’s exciting reveal that David Tennant has returned to the TARDIS, fans will have a chance to get a first look in-person at the new Doctor’s costume at London MCM Comic Con. Many viewers were shocked to see Jodie Whittaker regenerate on screen into David Tennant, who returns for Doctor Who’s 60th anniversary. David last appeared on screen as the Tenth Doctor a decade ago for the 50th Anniversary special.

The Doctor’s costume is a new twist on an old favourite. It consists of a brown and blue check waistcoat and trousers, long blue double breasted overcoat, and grey Converse ‘Chuck 70’ trainers. It will be on show at London’s Excel between 28-30th October, where thousands of fans will come together to celebrate all things pop culture. As well as the Tennant’s outfit, fans will get a glimpse of Catherine Tate’s returning companion Donna Noble’s costume too.


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And as if all that weren’t enough, other familiar faces from Sunday’s episode will also be there. Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, and David Bradley will all be in attendance at MCM Comic Con, fresh from their TV returns on Sunday. The show’s new Executive Producer, Bad Wolf’s Jane Tranter will also be there, as will former showrunner Steven Moffat. Other guests include Michael Sheen (The Doctor’s Wife), Colin Salmon (Silence in the Library), Jessica Raine (Hide, An Adventure in Space and Time), and Redacted’s Juno Dawson.

Meanwhile, as previously reported, Titan Comics will be running two events during the weekend, including a cosplay meetup, and one on the art of adapting TV shows into comic book form.


David Tennant stars in the 60th Anniversary specials. But how? (c) BBC Studios TARDIS Tenth Doctor
David Tennant stars in the 60th Anniversary specials. But how? (c) BBC Studios

“We hope fans will be as delighted to see [it] as we are to display it”

Vanessa Hamilton, Director of Brand for Doctor Who, at BBC Studios, said: “The beginning of a new era is always an exciting time and what better way to celebrate than by giving fans an opportunity to see the new Doctor’s costume in person. We know thousands of Doctor Who fans attend London Comic Con and, following its first appearance on Sunday’s episode, we hope fans will be as delighted to see the Fourteenth Doctor’s costume as we are to display it.”

Fans will be able to see the costume in person at the Doctor Who stand. Exclusive items from Forbidden Planet and Titan Merchandise 60th Anniversary Collection will also be available for fans to buy. The collection will build up month by month with the First Doctor the focus of November’s offerings. But the MCM Exclusives will offer a special chance to sample all thirteen Doctors’ ranges. These include:

  • First Doctor T-shirt (£16.99)
  • The War Games map replica (£7.99)
  • Eighth Doctor coaster (£3.99)
  • “Fantastic!” pin badge (£7.99)
  • Fugitive Doctor mug (£6.99)
  • “Reverse the Polarity of the Neutron Flow” mug (£6.99)
  • The Greatest Show in the Galaxy zip-up hoodie (£39.99)
  • “Doctor No More” coaster (£3.99)
  • “Bow Ties are Cool!” pin badge (£7.99)
  • Thirteenth Doctor art print (£7.99)
  • “Would You Like a Jelly Baby?” pin badge (£7.99)
  • “Fortunately One Mellows with Age” t-shirt (£16.99)
  • “Change My Dear” coaster (£3.99)
  • The Impossible Planet art print (£7.99)
  • “Fear is a Superpower” mug (£6.99)


You can get the full list of guests and details, and your tickets, at the official MCM Comic Con website.



  1. I have been watching & fan of Doctor Who since 1970s.
    Everyone has their favorite Doctor. Having seen been a who fan since then I have evolved with all of them. I got hooked on Tom Bakers Doctor. I also was able to get a Autograph from Tom Baker at a Sci Fi convention years ago.


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