Handsome Devil! David Tennant's Tenth Doctor Features In Smiths Tribute Comic Cover



No, it’s not a miserable lie. A sneak peek at Issue #2.6 of Titan Comics’ Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor reveals none other than This Charming Man himself in a special Smiths-themed cover variant exclusive to AOD Collectibles. 

Yes, you’ve got everything now! David Tennant’s Doctor takes on a Morrissey-inspired pose in a comic book tribute to the classic photo session by indie faves The Smiths outside the iconic Salford Lads’ Club. One of the shots featured on the inner sleeve of their 1986 album The Queen Is Dead.

But an exclusive store-only cover? “I want the one that I can’t have,” we hear you cry. But don’t panic. The variant cover isn’t just for the Rusholme ruffians. Just head on over to the AOD Collectibles page and ask them “Please, please, please, let me get what I want,” in time for the issue’s release on February 3rd.

Further information:
Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor from Titan Comics is an ongoing series of officially licensed new adventures featuring the Doctor as portrayed on screen by David Tennant.

DOCTOR WHO: THE TENTH DOCTOR #2.6
Writer: Nick Abadzis
Artist: Elena Casagrande
On Sale Date: February 3, 2016

The Doctor and Gabby are still caught between two factions as modern humanity is born. Neanderthals and Cro Magnons clash, and their actions will shape the direction taken by humankind in the millennia to come! Plus: Cindy discovers an alarming secret back in NYC... and in deep space, Anubis grows impatient!

Cover artist Simon Myers has already found inspiration with Doctor Who cover variants from the likes of Blondie and David Bowie, but this time sets his sights on the much-loved Morrissey from The Smiths.



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