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Spam Filtered
Spam Filtered (comic story)
Doctor: Eleventh Doctor
Companion(s): Amy, Rory
Main enemy: Hard-light holographic spam, Scroungers
Main setting: Inside the TARDIS, Phayke
Key crew
Publisher: IDW Publishing
Editor: Denton J. Tipton
Writer: Tony Lee
Artist: Andrew Currie
Colourist: Charlie Kirchoff
Letterer: Shawn Lee
Release details
Release number: 1
Printed in: DW11 1
Release date: January 2011
Reprinted in:
Format: American comic book - one issue
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Spam Filtered kicked off Doctor Who (2011). It featured the newly-married Amy Pond and Rory Williams in an adventure with the Eleventh Doctor. Notably, it heralded multi-Eisner Award-winning artist Mark Buckingham's first work for Doctor Who. He drew one of the retailer's incentive covers for the issue — specifically RIB, pictured below. This story didn't have a proper title on its release. The title was given some months later by the author Tony Lee.[source needed] In lieu of an official title, the Grand Comics Database website lists this story under the title Are You Happy with the TARDIS, Doctor? based upon the first dialogue in the story.[1]

Publisher's summary Edit

The Eleventh Doctor era starts here! When the TARDIS becomes infected with holographic spam, the Doctor, Amy, and Rory are forced to land on an alien world, but it's been targeted for invasion by intergalactic mercenaries!

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Story notes Edit

  • The reader letters printed in this issue actually pertain to the last issue of Final Sacrifice (Doctor Who (2009) #16).
  • Amy's jumper was blue in most of the story. But on one page of the comic, it turned red.
  • The Floating Cartoon Stapler that keeps offering assistance is a take-off of the Microsoft Paperclip.

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