Août 22, 2013, 4:52
Pour l’ultime récit de
Doctor Who édité par IDW Publishing, le scénariste Paul Cornell racontera sa dernière histoire du 11ème Docteur, une lettre d’amour intitulée The Girl Who Loved Doctor Who qui sortira en décembre, la même semaine que l’épisode de Noël qui marque le départ de l’acteur Matt Smith.
Pour l’occasion, Cornell retrouve le dessinateur
Jimmy Broxton avec qui il a réalisé en 2010 une mini-série sur les Batman et Robin anglais: Le Chevalier et l’écuyer.
Après quoi, la franchise passera entre les mains de
The Girl Who Loved Doctor Who is the name of my forthcoming one-off Doctor Who comic from IDW, drawn by an artist I’ve had the pleasure of working with on many previous occasions, Jimmy Broxton. Here’s his lovely cover…
It’s my anniversary celebration of the series that’s formed the central thread of my career, the reason I started writing, the reason I’ve got to where I am. I realised a few months ago that I had one last Who tale left to tell, and this is it, my farewell to the 11th Doctor, to be released just when he leaves us, in Christmas week. It’s the story of the Doctor landing in our world, the real world, finding himself to be a well known fictional character and encountering, well, lots of things, but notably Matt Smith.
I hope it reads like an episode. It’s a 40 page story, and the issue is even bigger than that, including back-up strips I’m not yet able to mention. (I’m writing this before San Diego Comic Con, this blog post to be automatically activated after the IDW panel on which this is going to be announced. So I, erm, hope that worked. Otherwise you’re reading this before the panel, and I’m about to get yelled at from onstage.)
Here are the first two pages, hot off the press from Jimmy… That’s an Andy Warhol painting the Doctor’s looking at.
Le site de l’éditeur: idwpublishing.com
Le blog du scénariste: paulcornell.com
Novembre 7, 2013, 3:23
It’s called « The Girl Who Loved Doctor Who, » and it’s about Matt Smith’s Doctor landing in the real world, finding out his adventures are all on DVD, going to a « Doctor Who » convention, and meeting Matt Smith! But there’s peril as well, of course. And some important stuff about what the show meant to me, and to, I guess, a lot of other fans.
[size=150]INTERVIEW DU SCÉNARISTE PAUL CORNELL[/size]
Décembre 27, 2013, 8:32
Doctor Who Special 2013
Story by Paul Cornell
Art by Jimmy Broxton
Letters by Shawn Lee
Cover by Jimmy Broxton
Cover Price: $7.99
Release Date Tue, December 24th, 2013
In this special one-shot story celebrating the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, a strange force flings the TARDIS and the Doctor into our own universe! Once here, the Doctor encounters a 10-year-old girl who happens to be a huge fan of the Doctor Who TV show. The Doctor grapples with being a fictional character and monsters lurking at the girl’s school on the way to coming face-to-face with the actor who portrays him, Matt Smith!