Fun. I like what I've read of the Titan Comics so far...though I have only really read the first couple of Eighth Doctor comics. I think it is great that it seems the Doctor's comic adventures have landed somewhere that seems to get the show and be striving for quality. I liked some of the Trek comics IDW did (before they become crossover crazy) but I don't think their work on Who was ever that special.
I skimmed the fourth Doctor one in a comic store but it didn't quite grab me. I'll probably wait for the collection too to see whether I'll go for it. Just saw this on Twitter: new interview with the writer of the Titan 10th Doctor series: http://thedoctorwhocompanion.com/2016/05/25/exclusive-interview-titan-comics-nick-abadzis-part-one/
yea I'm an old photoshop user myself, so I know how easy a fix it can be. I'm just joking though. Your image fit quite well. There is a new character poster for McCoy now actually. One of only two currently released.
There's a reason certain characters are classic ones. And given that many people live to a ripe old age, there's no reason that shouldn't happen to characters we care about. Rowling did kill a lot of characters and while they did add to the gravity of the story, it was a war, and it did make sense. Plus, there's a difference between characters in 7 books, and characters that have been around for decades. There's also a difference between characters you create, and playing in someone else's sandbox and killing (or fundamentally altering) a classic character. Rowling and Martin have the right to do what they want. None of their characters are so classic that they are untouchable, even though it kind of sucks. Good example is Fred Weasley. Great character, likeable, but not central to the story. As for Martin, that's his thing. I don't watch or read GOT, but from what I hear, he kills everyone. You know that going in.