Pining For More Doctor Who? This Digital First Comic Follows The Events Of The Christmas Special

Posted by December 26, 2016 Comment

As the holiday season comes to an end this year, a lot of people will be feeling the post-holiday blues. What? No, not because Christmas is over. What are you, eight years old? No, it’s obviously because, after a glorious hour and a half of the Doctor Who Christmas Special, we now have to wait until April to get more Doctor Who! It’s just so depressing!

Well, fear not! Titan Comics may have just what you need. The company has released the first issue of an eight issue digital-first comic featuring the Twelfth Doctor and The Ghost, the superhero character that debuted in last night’s special. Weighing in at 15 pages for $.99, it’s not a bad deal.

An all-new digital-first adventure for the Twelfth Doctor! Featuring the character of the Ghost, as debuting in the 2016 Christmas Special episode, The Return of Doctor Mysterio. Join us for an unforgettable adventure across the universe. To say any more would spoil the present you’ll unwrap on Christmas Day… So join us on the day after Christmas for the start of an amazing rollercoaster ride!

There’s just one problem – comiXology’s website appears to be experiencing some difficulties today, so you might have to try a few times to get online to buy it.


Clearly there are too many people feeling those post-Doctor-Who-Christmas-Special blues trying to log on and purchase it at the same time. Presuming you are able to get onto the website, you can find the comic here in the US, here in the UK, and here in the EU.

Still, we appreciate the sentiment. Until comiXology comes back online, or until Doctor Who season 10 debuts in April – whichever comes first – we’ll just have to settle for watching the trailer over and over.






(Last Updated December 26, 2016 12:49 pm )

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