Find time for Titan's new Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension graphic novel

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Apr 29, 2019, 7:19 AM EDT (Updated)

Titan Comics has been delivering a timely assortment of Doctor Who titles and graphic novels since the London-based publishing house acquired the licensed sci-fi fantasy property from IDW in 2014.

The latest series, Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension, is a battle royale free-for-all mashing up every Doctor iteration in existence along with their familiar friends, companions, and foes both alien and robotic.

Written by a revolving roster of talented writers and paired with amazing art by some of the industry's best pencillers, inkers, and colorists, this mind-engulfing, eight-issue, four-title entanglement first launched in August of 2017.


Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension Book One is a new, deluxe, 128-page graphic-novel compilation collecting the first half of this monumental crossover event. The sci-fi spectacle drops this month and witnesses the return of Jenny, the Doctor’s daughter, who delivers a frightening message for the Twelfth Doctor as Nardole: The Void emerges to try and devour the universe we know and love. But that's only the start!

Here's the official solicitation synopsis:

When the universe is threatened, when the laws of Time, Space and Reality break down, different incarnations of the Doctor can meet. It should never happen. But this is one of those days!

Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension is the most epic Doctor Whoevent ever, as every incarnation of the Doctor – and friends and enemies old and new – unites to push back the threat of the Void: the empty space between universes that has inexplicably become sentient… and hungry!




Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension Book One's contributors include Nick Abadzis, Cavan Scott, George Mann, Rachael Stott, Adriana Melo, Mariano Laclaustra, Leandro Casco, Iolanda Zanfardino, and Cris Bolson. It lands in your decade on Feb. 20.


Check out our exclusive nine-page preview and cover in the gallery below, and tell us if you'll climb aboard the TARDIS for Titan's century-tripping odyssey into the infinite stream of time.