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“Cast of Doctor Who Comic” Now on iTunes

The Cast of Doctor Who, a graphic novel looking at the lives of five (sort of) Doctors, is now available as a digital comic via iTunes.

Written by Paul J. Salamoff, and with art by Jaime Martinez Rodriguez, Scott Boyce, DJ Burgess and Joe Phillips, the book, which was released as both a graphic novel and in single-issue form, focuses on the backgrounds of William Hartnell, Tom Baker, Paul McGann, Matt Smith and out-of-canon “Dr Who”, Peter Cushing.

Salamoff will also be appearing at the Gallifrey One convention in Los Angeles next month, with the TARDIS console from the 1996 Doctor Who movie, and selling limited edition copies of The Cast of Doctor Who. He says:

I have been obsessed with Doctor Who for as long as I can remember. My office is literally filled with Doctor Who Toys, Books, DVD’s and Daleks. Lots of Daleks! I find that the possibilities with the character are endless and the stories touch on every aspect of science fiction that I love.

You can get The Cast of Doctor Who from iTunes here and hereor buy it as a paperback from Amazon for just £5.99.



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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.


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