Titan Comics to publish new 'Doctor Who' series

​The TARDIS "lands" at London Heathrow Airport in the United Kingdom. Britain's Titan Comics will start publishing a new series of "Doctor Who" comics this year, according to BBC Worldwide.

A new series of "Doctor Who" comics is coming in 2014, according to BBC Worldwide. The series will focus on the recent incarnations of the Time Lord.

NEW YORK — Doctor Who has found Titan.

BBC Worldwide says that Britain's Titan Comics will start publishing a new series of comics featuring the time-and-space-traveling Time Lord this year ahead of the materialization of actor Peter Capaldi as the 12th Doctor.

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Titan said Tuesday, Jan. 21, it will publish comics focusing on the 10th and 11th incarnations of Doctor Who — the ones played by David Tennant and Matt Smith — along with Capaldi's No. 12, starting later in 2014. Writers and artists for the new titles have not been announced.

Previously, San Diego-based IDW Publishing had published "Doctor Who" comics in North America since 2008, ending its run last month with the "Doctor Who Special" that celebrated the character's 50th anniversary.

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