|Main enemy:||August Hart|
|Letterer:||Richard Starkings, Jimmy Betancourt|
|Printed in:||11D 4|
|Release date:||29 October 2014|
|Traded in:||After Life|
|Format:||Comic - Part 1 of 2|
|Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor|
|What He Wants...||The Sound of Our Voices|
Alice Obiefune always wanted to see a space station – one of those proper ones, like on the telly, with impressive bulkheads, sweeping corridors and stunning views of eternity. Maybe with an exotic matter wormhole nearby, if it's not too much trouble. Aliens optional, but a bonus as long as they're friendly.
That's just one of the reasons Alice and the Doctor have come to a remote space research facility.
The views are breathtaking... but so is the formless creature creeping through the station, stealing voices and inflicting comas on those research scientists unlucky enough to be caught.
Tracking the temporal trail of the slippery SERVEYOUinc corporation, has the Doctor found more than he bargained for? And will this entity from between the stars be the death of them all?
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- Eleventh Doctor
- Alice Obiefune
- John Jones
- Janet Rutherford
- Rodney Mellors
- Peter Cartwright
- August Hart
- Ada Obiefune
- P. Lars
- N. Chen
- According to the Doctor, the sonic screwdriver can put up shelves, open most doors, act as a television remote and detect brain activity.
- Jones drinks Vita Burst.
- Chunky Dories are mentioned.
- A headstone set in the cemetery where Alice's father is buried is engraved with the name: W Hartnell. This is a tribute to William Hartnell, who played the First Doctor.
- This comic contains examples of racism, seen when Alice mentions a girl who taunted her mother and father over their ethnicity.
- When Jones is looking out at space he says it it is like he is "sitting in a tin can". This is a reference to the song, Space Oddity by David Bowie. Bowie was the inspiration for Jones' character.
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- The Doctor tells Alice he's taken a lot of "strays" over the years. The TARDIS, in the form of Idris, also referred to the Doctor's companions as "strays." (TV: The Doctor's Wife)
- The Doctor uses his psychic paper. (TV: The End of the World et al)
- The Doctor says running away worked for him. (TV: An Unearthly Child et al)