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The Wanderers (comic story)

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This story debuted with either the Second or Third Doctor, then was reprinted with the Fourth Doctor. It may have had different companions in the reprint, as well. From an in-universe point of view, it's unclear which Doctor lived through these events.

The Wanderers
Doctor: Third Doctor
Main enemy: Zeros
Key crew
Publisher: Polystyle
Artist: Gerry Haylock
Release details
Printed in: TV Comic 1199-1203
Release date: 7 December 1974 - 4 January 1975
Format: Comic - 5 parts (? pages)
Details about Fourth Doctor version
Printed in: TV Comic 1404-1408
Release date: 10 November 1978 - 8 December 1978
Fourth Doctor art: John Canning
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The Wanderers was a TV Comic story featuring the Third Doctor. It was reprinted as a Fourth Doctor adventure.

Summary Edit

Morun and Alto are the last survivors of the crew of a giant space ship. In their charge is the whole of the Thusion race, in suspended animation. Despairing of ever finding an uninhabited world to settle on, the dying Morun revives a young man, Zeros, from his long sleep. Zeros, however, does not share Morun and Alto's qualms about subjugating the primitive race of a nearby world. When the Doctor arrives, he saves Alto from death at Zeros' hands and tries to use the TARDIS to move Thusion ship to another, more hospitable galaxy.

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Notes Edit

  • This was the very last Doctor Who comic strip published by TV Comic, with the very last words being spoken by the Doctor as he leaves for Earth: "Am I going to be allowed back to Earth yet. I wonder...?"

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