New details are released about Doom’s Day, a multi-platform story to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Doctor Who.
Fans will follow Doom, as she travels through all of time and space in pursuit of the Doctor to save her from the ever-approaching Death. She only has 24 hours and a vortex manipulator to save herself before her fate is sealed forever.
Sooz Kempner is the face and voice of Doom, and a number of fan-favourite characters will feature along her journey.
Doom’s story will stretch across Doctor Who Magazine, Titan Comics, East Side Games, Penguin Random House, BBC Audio and Big Finish before the final instalment on Doctor Who digital channels.
Target Selected – Doctor Who Magazine comic series
Doom visits four very different locations as the quest kicks off with a 16-page comic strip adventure in issue 592 of Doctor Who Magazine. These stories take place between 0200 and 0500 of Doom’s Day and begins with Doom at a maximum security prison.
A Doctor in the House? — comic book adventure in two parts
These two comic adventures begin at 0600 and end at 0900 in Doom’s day. Doom meets the villainous Time Lord Missy along the way.
Extraction Point — book by MG Harris from Penguin Random House
This story takes place between Hours 1100-1400 in Doom’s Day. Doom must save a planet… and herself from destruction.
Doctor Who: Lost in Time — mobile game by East Side Games
Wrong Place at the Right Time by Garner Haines takes place at 1500 of Doom’s Day.
AI am the Doctor by Mario A. Mentasti takes place at 1000 of Doom’s Day.
Four From Doom’s Day — audio adventure by Darren Jones from BBC AudioBegins on Mediterranean cruise ship in 1966. Along the way, Doom meets former TARDIS travellers Ian and Barbara, the mighty Ice Warriors, and Brian the Ood in four missions which take place between 1600 and 1900 in Doom’s Day.
Dying Hours — a box set of Big Finish audio adventures, written by Jacqueline Rayner, Robert Valentine, Simon Clark and Lizzie Hopley
These four stories takes place between 2000 and 2300 of Doom’s Day starting with Venus, 3975 and ending with a crowd targeted by Doom.
Doom’s story begins on 5 June on the Doom’s Day website and Doctor Who digital channels with the story’s first hour and adventure, followed by the next four hours of Doom’s final day in Doctor Who Magazine from 22nd June. Titan Comics, East Side Games, Penguin Random House, BBC Audio and Big Finish then countdown as Doom’s search for the Doctor continues before the final instalment on Doctor Who digital channels in September.