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The Touchdown on Deneb-7
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Doctor: Fourth Doctor
Companion(s): K9
Main setting: Moon of Deneb-7
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Publisher: Marvel Comics
Editor: Dez Skinn
Writer: Paul Neary
Artist: Dave Lloyd
Release details
Printed in: Doctor Who Magazine Issue 48
Release date: January 1981
Format: B&W 1 part / 4 pages
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Touchdown on Deneb-7 was a comic story published in Doctor Who Magazine. It was written by Paul Neary.

Summary Edit

The Doctor and K9 arrive on a small barnacled moon long after the planet Deneb-7 has ceased to exist. The Doctor goes to rest while the TARDIS and K9 recalibrate themselves following a magnetic storm, but a slightly erratic K9 goes off exploring. The TARDIS' arrival has awoken robot minions beneath the surface, who await the Pendant Bearer's return, so that the "formalities" of colonisation of Deneb-7 can be completed. However, having destroyed the planet, it will take some four thousand million years for a new planet to reform. The robot minions return belowground to wait. K9 returns to the TARDIS before the Doctor awakes.

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References Edit

  • Affected by the magnetic storm, K9 calls the Doctor a varlet.
  • The moon of Deneb-7 is actually a spaceship.
  • It takes four thousand million years for a dust-cloud to co-alesce into a planet.

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Original print details Edit

Publication with page count and closing captions
  1. DWM 48 (4) The End

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