Alice Obiefune

By Simon Fraser and Gary Caldwell

Alice Obiefune by Neil Edwards

By Neil Edwards

The Doctor: "All of time and space, anywhere and anywhen! You can do better than home!"

Alice: "I don't know about that. But... go on, then. Let's go somewhere... let's go somewhere Mum would have liked." Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #1.

The Doctor: "Yes! Clever librarian!"

Alice: "Library assistant! And stop saying it like I'm a dog that gets a treat!" Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #2.

The Doctor: "I so often travel with young people. Do you know... it is rather nice to spend time with someone closer to my own age."

Alice: "Cheeky. I'm not that old."

The Doctor: "I was thinking more in terms of wisdom." Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #3.

Alice: "Doctor! I can't keep running away from my problems!" Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #4.

Narrator: "The sky was a cold grey when Alice Obiefune buried her mother. Nothing was grey in the TARDIS. Everything was vibrant, alive -- pulsing with color and light and life. Grey might have been better. Grey and numb and dead inside, all the pain inside her buried and calloused over. Not this raw, open wound that didn't seem to close." Doctor Who Comic #8.

Alice: "There's always stupid science fiction clones! I hate stupid science fiction clones!" Doctor Who Comic #3.

The Squire: "Ha! You choose well, Doctor! As always! She is a Nubian warrior princess, this one! She is Cyva the Cyber Destroyer!"

Alice: "Library assistant. Hackney." Tales from the TARDIS #4.

Abslom Daak: "You got purdy hands." Tales from the TARDIS #8.

River Song: "Aaaaah, so you're Alice. Don't believe we've had the pleasure. The side companion." Tales from the TARDIS #9.

Alice (narrating): "You never, ever get used to time travel. It is never, ever 'normal', it never becomes 'usual'. It never loses its ability to give you a jaw-dropping taste of profound disorientation and sensory pleasure; the idea that you are a very small cog in the vast, ever-whirling machine that is the universe, but that you are nevertheless a unique and irreplaceable part of it." Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension part 4.