Appearing in "Terrorformer (part one)"
- Rann-Korr, a Hyperion (big fiery alien demi-god)
- Kano Dollar, a ruthless businessman
- Zaxx, an egotistical terraformer
- Clive, a robot
- Eric, another robot
- Clarence, a third robot
- Alice Xanada, an alien newsreader (named spelled differently in next issue)
- Spector, a professor
- Doctor Scrofolus, an alien scientist
- Isen VI, a terraformed planet
- Sonic screwdriver
- The TARDIS
Synopsis for "Terrorformer (part one)"
The Doctor and Clara go on a skiing trip, only to find that the world they've picked has been turned into a tropical paradise by an egotistical billionaire. And as if being dressed for sub-zero temperatures in the middle of a sweltering jungle wasn't bad enough, something alien and hostile has taken control of the terraforming process...
Appearing in "After Life"
- Department for Work and Pensions
- Alice's landlord
- Unified Intelligence Taskforce
- The Prime Minister
- Kharitite ('joy-beast'), a big rainbow dog
- Alien child resembling a giant purple squid
- Random mysterious Time Lord
- Alice's flat
- The House of Commons
- The TARDIS key
- The TARDIS
Synopsis for "After Life"
Library assistant Alice Obiefune's life is falling apart. Her mother Ada has died, she's lost her job, her flat is about to be demolished, and then to cap it all, she finds herself being chased by a giant alien dog which feeds on negative emotions, in company with a madman with a box. But it takes Alice's empathy to remind The Doctor that a dog is usually someone's best friend, alien or not...
Appearing in "Revolutions of Terror (part one)"
- Gabriella Gonzalez
- Blanca, Gabriella's sister
- Hector, Blanca's fiancé
- Miguel Gonzalez, Gabriella's father
- Maria Gonzalez, Gabriella's mother
- Fernanda, Gabriella's grandmother
- Cindy Wu, Gabriella's friend
- Carlos, a baby who is six months old
- Ricardo Mendoza, a politician
- New York City
- Washing machines
- A subway train
Synopsis for "Revolutions of Terror (part one)"
Gabriella is the daughter of Mexican immigrants to the USA. She works in her father Miguel and mother Maria's restaurant. She also works in the laundromat with her sister Blanca's boyfriend, Hector. And she's taking a night school course in accountancy. On the whole, Gabriella's life isn't much fun. But when the laundromat goes crazy, her grandma Fernanda sees her dead husband, and a monster appears on the subway, it's all getting beyond a joke. Then, The Doctor appears...
Judging by the cover, Elena Casagrande appears to believe the Twelfth Doctor is played by Harrison Ford.
The following issues of this comic, so you can find out what happens next.
Links and references
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