Doctor Who fans are deep into the 10th season of the beloved BBC series, but they’re going to want to take a break to check out Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension, a crossover event featuring four Doctors from Titan Comics.
The Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh, and Twelfth Doctors will need to come together to face a threat that no one Doctor could face alone.
The event kicks off in the Alpha issue being released on Titan’s “Doctor Who Comics Day” global event on Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017. The story continues in the Ninth Doctor special on the same week.
According to Titan’s description, Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension, “is an epic event – comprised of eight chapters over three months - crossing over all four ongoing series (Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh, and Twelfth Doctor comics). The event will begin a new era for Titan’s Doctor Who comics, and will find the Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh, and Twelfth Doctor playing their part to battle The Void!
“The Void has always existed: ‘No place. The silent realm. The lost dimension.’ But the Void is no longer empty. The Void is hungry and devouring our universe – through time and space. Now, the four Doctors must join forces to save…everything!”
Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension will begin with the Alpha issue, which is being designed as a jumping on point for new readers, from writers George Mann (Eleventh Doctor), and Cavan Scott (Ninth Doctor), with art by Rachael Stott (Twelfth Doctor) and Rod Fernandes!
Doctor Who: The Lost Dimensions’ Alpha Issue will ship with three covers, including a special embossed foil TARDIS cover, a photo cover by Will Brooks, and a multi-Doctor mash-up by Rachael Stott and Luis Guerrero.
More details on Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension are still to come. Check out the solicitation information and covers in the gallery below.
While Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension will feature the four modern Doctors, the BBC is busy casting the fifth. The tenth season of Doctor Who will be the final season for Peter Capaldi as the Twelfth Doctor. It will also be the final season for producer and showrunner Steven Moffat, who will hand the job over to Broadchurch creator Chris Chibnall, who will introduce a new Doctor in Doctor Who's eleventh season. It is unclear if new companion Bill Potts, played by Pearl Mackie, will stay with the series.