Companion sketch #33: Divergent Universe resident (and wholly canonical character) C’rizz. One of a handful of long-lost friends’ names the 8th Doctor toasted before his own “death” on Karn.
And if anyone reading this is in the San Antonio area- I’ll be signing copies of Titan’s new Doctor Who comics (featuring my store-exclusive covers) at Heroes and Fantasies on Saturday (July 26th) from 10 AM- 5 PM. :)
Companion sketch #32: UNIT scientist Dr. Elizabeth Klein and her assistant, Will Arrowsmith.
Klein started life in the Big Finish audios as a crazed Nazi science-villain (a timeline which was later erased), so I wanted to do a subtle nod to that with her Erwin-Rommel-esque wardrobe choice (plus I figured the leather would keep her from looking too much like her UNIT co-worker Kate Stewart).
Companion sketch #31: Edwardian adventuress Charlotte “Charley” Pollard, plus Ramsay the Vortisaur.
Charley’s costume is the same one designed by the great Cliff Robinson for the promotional art of the Big Finish story “Absolution”.
Today’s the day Titan’s new Doctor Who comics (and my store exclusive covers) debut! If you’re in San Antonio, you can pick ‘em up at Heroes and Fantasies. If you aren’t, you can order ‘em at this link from eBay. :)
Companion sketch #30: Investigators of infernal incidents and Machiavellian machinations, Mr. Henry Gordon Jago & Professor George Litefoot. Associates of several incarnations of the Doctor, and briefly companions of the 6th.
(Keen-eyed followers might notice I’ve recycled the line art from my old “Baker Street Justice Society” pic. Much as I’d love to do 100% new art for Jago & Litefoot, the list of companions I’m covering is 121 names long. Sue me.) ;)
Companion sketch #29: Brigadier Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart
Companion sketch #28: Katarina
Companion sketch #27: Probably the most obscure entry yet- Jeremy Fitzoliver from the 3rd Doctor radio plays THE PARADISE OF DEATH and THE GHOSTS OF N-SPACE, plus a number of prose stories. Quite possibly the least popular companion of all time (even Sarah Jane didn’t like him).
There isn’t any art out there for Jeremy (imagine that), so I based him on his voice actor, Richard Pearce- but younger and with a kind of Jimmy Olsen vibe.
Companion sketch #26: the Unearthly Child herself, Susan Foreman.
Companion sketch #25: Samantha “Sam” Jones