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|The Good, the Bad and the Alien|
|Main enemy:||Cemar (Rovik, Sigmi)Black Hand Gang (Hawkeye Kruze, Harvard Williams, Dick Steel)Jerinthioan|
|Release date:||18 February 2011|
|Format:||Paperback book, 199 pages|
|BBC New Series Adventures - 2 in 1 books|
|System Wipe||The Underwater War|
Publisher's summary Edit
There's more to the Wild West than cowboys...
The Doctor treats Rory to a trip to the Wild West, where the TARDIS crew find a ghost town full of sleeping people and the Black Hand Gang; outlaws intent on robbing the local bank. But it's not quite the same as the films Rory's seen on TV. They soon discover they're not the only visitors to Mason City, Nevada and find themselves in a showdown against the alien Cemar!
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- Eleventh Doctor
- Amy Pond
- Rory Williams
- Jed Perkins
- Nic Piper
- Lizzie Piper
- Sheriff Jack Carter
- Black Hand Gang
- The title of the novel is a reference to the Western film, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
- Amy remembers the cartoon Deputy Dawg.
- Upon realising that the Cemar resemble meerkats, Rory says to Amy "Simples". A reference to Aleksandr the Meerkat, a character in Comparethemarket.com's advertising campaign.
- This novel was released in the 2 in 1 book range along with PROSE: System Wipe by Oli Smith.
- This is the first novel of the 2 in 1 Books to have Rory on the front cover. All the other 2 in 1 Book covers before this one have featured images only of the Eleventh Doctor and Amy, although Rory does appear in those novels as a main companion.
- This story was also released as an ebook (together with PROSE: System Wipe) available from the Amazon Kindle store.
- The Doctor thinks about wearing a fez. (TV: The Big Bang)
- Not for the first time in a 2 in 1 novel, the Mary Celeste is referenced. (TV: The Chase)
- There is a pub named the Second Chance Saloon, which is a reference to the Last Chance Saloon. (TV: The Gunfighters)
- This is not the first novel in a 2 in 1 Book to feature a runaway train. A runaway train also plays a part in PROSE: Death Riders
See Also Edit