Titan Comic's Latest Doctor Who Release Reveals Rose And The Meta-Crisis Doctor Have A Daughter


Titan comic's latest Doctor Who release will reveal that Rose Tyler and the meta-crisis Doctor have a teenage daughter called Mia. 

Empire Of The Bad Wolf, written by Jody Houser and drawn by Roberta Ingranata, is being released to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Paul McGann's Eighth Doctor. Also appearing in the story is Matt Smith's Eleventh Doctor, Billie Piper's Rose Tyler, and a parallel dimension Bad Wolf Rose, but there's an unexpected appearance by David Tennant's meta-crisis Doctor. 

Fans of the series will remember the Tenth Doctor leaving Rose with his meta-crisis version on parallel earth in the 2008 episode Journey's End, unable to regenerate and with just one heart, the human version of the Tenth Doctor has been living with Rose on the parallel Earth and going by the name John Smith and they have built a life together and had a family. 

Trapped in a parallel universe, Rose believed her adventures with the Doctor were over. Now, pulled by a mysterious energy into this reality, she must work with two Doctors – the eighth Doctor and the eleventh Doctor – to end the tyrannical rule of the warmongering BAD WOLF EMPRESS!

DOCTOR WHO: EMPIRE OF THE WOLF #1 hits comic shops, in the UK/Europe from Forbidden Planet and digital platforms on
November 17, 2021. 

Check out some preview art below:








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