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Titan Comics' Doctor Who Day: Signings and a Cancellation

It’s Doctor Who Day today, courtesy of Titan Comics, and if you’re anywhere near a major city, you can get the first issue of Supremacy of the Cybermen signed!
Signings are taking place throughout the UK, with a few venues in America and one in Japan also taking part; unfortunately, however, the event in Forbidden Planet’s Bristol Megastore, which would’ve had writer, Rob Williams in attendance, has been cancelled. Here are the signings still taking place:

  • Writers, Cavan Scott, George Mann, & artist, Rachael Stott at Forbidden Planet London (UK);
  • Cover artist, Simon Myers at Forbidden Planet Birmingham (UK)
  • Rachael Smith, artist, at Travelling Man, Manchester (UK)
  • Paul Cornell (Father’s Day) at Gosh Comics, London (UK)
  • Artist, Neil Edwards at Forbidden Planet Liverpool (UK)
  • Writers, Gordon Rennie and Emma Beeby at Forbidden Planet International Edinburgh (UK)
  • Boo Cook, artist, at Scorch Comics, Eastbourne (UK)
  • Artist, Blair Shedd at Newbury Comics (USA)
  • Cover artists, Andrew Pepoy & Jason Millet at Graham Crackers (USA)
  • Artist, Mark Wheatley at Beyond Comics (USA)
  • Todd Nauck, artist, at Big Red Comics (USA)
  • Cover artist, Kelly Yates & Tony Shasteen at Borderlands (USA)
  • Letterer, Richard Starkings at Pulp Fiction (USA)
  • Cover artist, Question No. 6 At 3331 Arts Chiyoda (Japan)

If you’re annoyed at not being able to meet Rob Williams, he’ll be a guest at the Bristol Comic Expo on 6th August – and it’ll be great to have a comic convention in Brizzle again! It’s been a few years since the last (disappointing) one, and it’s been greatly missed. If you pop into Forbidden Planet Bristol, they might have one of two copies of Ordinary signed by Williams at a past event too…
If you can’t make any of the above events, you can order a signed copy of Supremacy of the Cybermen #1 from for just £2.90.

Philip Bates

Editor and co-founder of the Doctor Who Companion. When he’s not watching television, reading books ‘n’ Marvel comics, listening to The Killers, and obsessing over script ideas, Philip Bates pretends to be a freelance writer. He enjoys collecting everything. Writer of The Black Archive: The Pandorica Opens/ The Big Bang, The Silver Archive: The Stone Tape, and 100 Objects of Doctor Who.

Titan Comics' Doctor Who Day: Signings and a Cancellation

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