Titan Comics returns to MCM Comic Con with two special Doctor Who events
MCM Comic Con returns to the ExCel in London next weekend, and, of course, Titan Comics will be there! They’ll even be hosting two panels at the event. On Friday evening, they’ll be assembling an army of Doctor Who cosplayers at Cosplay Central for the Doctor Who Cosplay Showcase Photo Meet. It’s the perfect opportunity to meet up with other Doctor Who cosplayers and get photos with each other.
Then on Saturday afternoon, the Titan Comics team will be leading The Art of Adaptation panel at the Artist Alley Stage. Including the editor of Titan’s Doctor Who range, it looks at the unique challenges of taking an existing property like Doctor Who, and adapting it for the very different medium of comics while staying true to the source material.
Doctor Who fans attending MCM will also get the chance to meet past Doctors Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, and Paul McGann. Plus, if that weren’t enough, there’s also David Bradley, who played the First Doctor in Twice Upon a Time. You can buy your tickets for the event here.
Doctor Who Cosplay Showcase Photo Meet
Fri, Oct 28, 2022, 5:15 PM – 6:00 PM
Celebrate Titan Comics’ latest series Doctor Who: Origins and the Doctor Who Fandom with our special Cosplay Showcase and official MCM Photo Meet! Sign up at Cosplay Central HQ before 3pm to take part in the fun and friendly catwalk, all cosplayers of all ages welcome, or just come along to see your favourite Doctors and Companions take to the stage and meet your fellow whovians.
The Art of Adaptation Panel
Sat, Oct 29, 2022, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Artist Alley Stage
Join Titan Comics editors Jake Devine (Doctor Who, Cowboy Bebop), Phoebe Hedges (Life is Strange, Sherlock), and Calum Collins (Kamen Rider: Zero-One) for a discussion on the process behind adapting existing franchises and media into sequential art- followed by a Q&A. Titan Comics is an industry powerhouse in making exciting, compelling comic book adaptations. Chaired by Titan EVP Andrew Sumner, editors will share their insight into what makes a good adaptation, and how comic books can create room for a unique type of storytelling. This panel is for anyone interested in the creative process behind adaptation, and for fans who want to see their favourite franchise adapted into a comic.