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The Fractures
The Fractures (comic story)
Doctor: Twelfth Doctor
Companion(s): Clara
Featuring: Kate
Main enemy: Fractures
Main setting: London, 2014
Key crew
Publisher: Titan Comics
Editor: Andrew James
Writer: Robbie Morrison
Cover by: Blair Shedd (regular)
Designer: Rob Farmer
Artist: Brian Williamson
Colourist: Hi-Fi
Letterer: Richard Starkings
Jimmy Betancourt
Release details
Printed in: 12D 6-8
Release date: 18 March - 3 June 2015
Cover date: April 2015 - June 2015
Reprinted in: Doctor Who Comic #6-8
Traded in: Fractures
Format: Comic
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The Fractures was the third story of the Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor comic strip series published in 2015.

Summary Edit

Molly's father was killed in a terrible accident. UNIT scientist John Foster suffered the same fate. But are they really gone? Both play a part in the universe-hopping new arc! The Doctor and Clara race against time to both stop a dreaded new peril – the Fractures – in a bid to stop reality unraveling around them.

Plot Edit

Part one Edit

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Part two Edit

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Part three Edit

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Characters Edit

References Edit

  • Captain van Volk calls the Doctor the Oncoming Storm.
  • The Doctor says he's old enough to be Kate's great-great-great-great-great grandfather, times ten. Kate retorts that it's nothing compared to the size of his ego.
  • Clara defends the size of her flat by saying she lives on second-year teacher's wages.
  • Osgood and some of her colleagues intend to see Interstellar.
  • Clara used to drive a Mini.
  • Rassilon cubes were devised by Rassilon as a form of incarceration. The Doctor was once locked in one and it took him six months to break free. Kate calls it a Rubik's cube.
  • Amongst the Doctor's items in the TARDIS is the Ghostbusters-esque device from TV: The Caretaker.
  • The Doctor has spare sonic screwdrivers and gives one to Clara.
  • The Doctor calls Kate "Brigadier", alluding to her late father.

Notes Edit

  • Hinchcliffe Avenue in Schoreditch is likely a reference to Doctor Who producer Philip Hinchcliffe.
  • The Doctor has a toy of Mrs. Tinkle from AAAGH! comic strips.

Original print details Edit

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Continuity Edit

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