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October 27th, 2019 177 comments

Order Now – Fury from The Deep Animation Announced

Fury from The Deep is available to order from www.amazon.co.uk and www.zoom.co.uk

For the second year running, Doctor Who is appearing at London Comic Con from Friday 25th – Sunday 27th October.

The official stand will host a retail area with exciting new book titles and London Comic Con exclusive products including:

  • The Revelation of the Daleks book
  • Exclusive sample of The Maze of Doom, sequel to The Secret in Vault 13
  • The Vengeance on Varos audiobook
  • Titan t-shirts including a 3D t-shirt with 3D glasses, and a glow-in-the-dark t-shirt
  • The ‘virtual reality’ section: offering exclusive demos of the new Doctor Who VR game: The Edge of Time
  • Exciting display stand: showcasing costumes from Series 11

Throughout Sunday 27th October, and for the first time at London Comic Con, a series of panels will be held in celebration of all things Doctor Who:


Doctor Who: The Collection (hosted by Toby Hadoke) – Centre Stage

  • Hear from the team behind the best-selling Blu-ray boxsets
  • Find out how footage is restored to the best possible quality, and how the much-loved limited-edition packaging is created
  • See never-before-seen content from the upcoming Season 26 boxset

Doctor Who: The Animations (hosted by Toby Hadoke) – Main Stage

  • Hear from the Executive Producer and special guests from the upcoming animation, The Faceless Ones
  • World-first look at an exclusive clip from The Faceless Ones
  • World-first announcement of a new animation with a clip!

Doctor Who Publishing: Bringing Stories to Life – Centre Stage

  • Hear from the writers, narrators and artists behind the wide range of Doctor Who publishing titles
  • Hear how story is developed, from current show narratives and brand new adventures

Doctor Who: The Edge of Time VR – Main Stage

  • In the lead up to the global launch of the first VR game, hear from the makers about how they pulled it together – the stories and secrets behind taking you inside the adventure for the first time

A Tribute to Terrance Dicks – Centre Stage

  • A celebration of the life and influence of Terrance Dicks from those who have been impacted by him in their own careers in the world of Doctor Who

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177 comments

  • Anonymous

    November 4th, 2019 - 10:45pm

    Ok.

    Reply
  • Gordon

    October 27th, 2019 - 11:40pm

    https://youtu.be/2drCOXex0d0

    The animation panel from comic con

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  • skaroman

    October 27th, 2019 - 9:59pm

    If each animation team did one a year in the order that they’re going in, then the majority of Troughton could be done by 2022.
    2020: The Faceless Ones, Fury from the Deep
    2021: The Evil of the Daleks, The Wheel in Space
    2022: The Abominable Snowmen, The Space Pirates

    What they decide to do about the others (Highlanders, Underwater Menace, Web3) is up to them entirely but it’s always cool to spot a possible pattern

    Reply
  • The Ergon

    October 27th, 2019 - 9:04pm

    Over the moon its a completely missing story. Though Oak and Quills open mouth appearances will never be as frightening or have the same unnerving effect as the B/W existing segment.

    Reply
  • James17

    October 27th, 2019 - 8:26pm

    We’re getting 12 animated episodes in 2020. Suddenly Masterplan doesn’t seem so distant…

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    • Anonymous

      October 27th, 2019 - 9:23pm

      The number of episodes isn’t the problem with Master Plan. Certainly doesn’t help but there are other massive issues there beyond length.

    • Anonymous

      October 27th, 2019 - 10:19pm

      Masterplan has many more sets and characters compared to faceless and fury. It’s not a case of oh, they are doing 12 episodes next year, that means they can do master plan as well. Masterplan will cost considerably more to do.

    • Gordon

      October 27th, 2019 - 10:35pm

      With 2 teams at play I think there is far more of a chance of masterplan happening than there ever was previously. They can split the work that 1 team does eps 1-6 and the other team can work 7-12. They can split the assets that each team does half the characters sets and costumes and they can share reusable assets whenever necessary. It would need to be 2 releases to cover costs though. It’s probably years off from happening. They seem to be fixed on filing in the Troughton gaps at present

  • simonhanlon77

    October 27th, 2019 - 8:10pm

    nice to have another classic dr who story animated. i must admit i was a bit surprised at the story they picked next… i was expecting one with a classic enemy in…this one seems a bit random. would be nice to have some hartnell stories animated!!!

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  • TARDIS traveller

    October 27th, 2019 - 6:15pm

    Don’t know what I’m more happy about. Fury being animated or that we are getting 12 animated episodes next year or that season 12 is being re released?!!

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    • Anonymous

      October 27th, 2019 - 6:42pm

      when are they realising season 12 again?

    • Gordon

      October 27th, 2019 - 6:57pm

      At some point soon but no date was given

    • Anonymous

      October 27th, 2019 - 7:01pm

      r k thanks

  • James17

    October 27th, 2019 - 5:34pm

    I wonder if they will use the same character designs as they are now two separate groups. The pictures released show that the second doctor looks rather different, but it might just be an odd angle/ unfinished animation. (I’m referring to pictures from twitter of the character designs that were shown at the con)

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    • Gordon

      October 27th, 2019 - 7:18pm

      I heard they will be trading reusable assets with each other

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