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Party Animals
Party Animals
Doctor: Seventh Doctor
Companion(s): Ace, Ria
Featuring: The Doctor, Fourth Doctor, Sixth Doctor
Main setting: Time Vortex, Maruthea
Key crew
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Editor: John Freeman
Writer: Gary Russell
Artist: Mike Collins (pencils), Steve Pini (inks)
Letterer: Glib
Release details
Printed in: DWM 173
Release date: 15 May 1991
Reprinted in: The Good Soldier (graphic novel)
Death's Head: Volume 2 (graphic novel)
Format: Comic - 1 part
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Party Animals was a Seventh Doctor comic strip published in Doctor Who Magazine. It was notable for concluding the loose "Bonjaxx's birthday" arc.

Summary Edit

The Doctor and Ace travel to Maruthea for Bonjaxx's birthday party. Whilst there he encounters old friends and enemies, and has a glimpse of his future.

Plot Edit

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Characters Edit

References Edit

The Doctor Edit

  • The Seventh Doctor claims that the Rani and her giant mouse came to his graduation party.

Foods and beverages Edit

  • The Doctor drinks water.

Individuals and species Edit

Locations Edit

  • The trick to getting to Maruthea is apparently not to be there at all, causing you to be so.

Technology Edit

  • One of Bonjaxx's gifts appears to be the same shape as K9.

Theories and concepts Edit

  • The Doctor implies that the First Law of Time refers to meeting a previous or future incarnation of oneself.

Notes Edit

  • The likeness of the "future Doctor" is based on Nicholas Briggs, who portrayed the Doctor in the AudioVisuals series of unlicensed audio dramas.

Continuity Edit

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