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|The Secret Star Trail|
|Main enemy:||Giant Night Butterfly and larvae|
|Main setting:||33rd century Lossk, Quiox|
|Printed in:||DWA 237|
|Release date:||29 September 2011|
|Format:||Comic - 1 parts (4 pages)|
|DWA comic stories|
|The Mutant Turnip||Agent 99|
It's the 33rd century. Using his psychic paper while posing as a "Mr Smith" at a hypernet telepathic kiosk on space station Psilon, the Doctor enlists the Psilons and their powerful telepathy to track Agent 99, missing in action for some time. The Doctor leaves with Agent 99's telepathic signature and goes to the planet Lossk. From there he uses "Tryptic Thought Crystals of Lossk" to find Agent 99. With Amy Pond and Rory Williams, he travels to the planet Quiox, the deadliest planet in the galaxy.
Back on Earth, a secret council meet to discuss their plans to use Agent 99 in their quest for universal domination with, it appears, plans afoot to bring him back. The Doctor, Amy and Rory find out why the planet is so dangerous when they are captured and strung up for food by the Giant Night Butterfly's larvae, only to be saved by their leader – a humanoid, Agent 99! Having tasted a life of peace, Agent 99 agrees to travel with the Doctor, to resume his neglected duties and return to Earth. He is unaware a device of some sort has been tracking the Doctor's TARDIS in the quest to find him...
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- Having been spread out over several issues, this is the most epic of the Doctor Who Adventures' comic strips to date and the first to feature a story arc.
- This comic strip continues the quest to find the mysterious Agent 99 and involves a space station of telepaths, the "Tryptic Crystals of Lossk" and the dangerous planet of Quiox.
Original print details Edit
- Publication with page count and closing captions
- DWA 237 (4 pages) TO BE CONTINUED – Don't miss next week's amazing episode as the Doctor learns the truth about Agent 99!
- No reprints to date.
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