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Grant Morrison's Doctor Who (2008) - #1
IDW Publishing


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  Writer(s):
Grant Morrison

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Charlie Kirchoff

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Scott Dunbier

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Robert Hack
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Cover Date: October 2008
Cover Price: US $ 3.99

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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Reprints/Collects:
Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #118
Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #119
Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #139

Reprinted/Collected in:
Doctor Who Classics Omnibus (2010) TPB vol. 01
Doctor Who Classics: Series 2 (2008) TPB vol. 03

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Writer(s):
Grant Morrison

Penciller(s):
John Ridgway

Inker(s):
John Ridgway

Letterer(s):
Annie Halfacree

Editor(s):
Sheila Cranna

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This story unusually takes place entirely in the TARDIS. As the Doctor and his companions travel deeper into the TARDIS, they go further into the ship than has ever been visually depicted before or since, in any medium. Deep at the heart of the TARDIS, they even find the TARDIS memory banks, or what are essentially the Doctor Who equivalent of Star Trek's holodeck. Significantly, this occurred prior to the proper introduction of the Holodeck in Star Trek: The Next Generation.

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Writer(s):
Grant Morrison

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Bryan Hitch

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Bryan Hitch

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Zed

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Richard Alan Starkings - 'RS'

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The Doctor is depressed. Nine hundred years and what does he have to show for his life? No family, no stability, no roots. As he sits on a beach and ponders where he went wrong, a small mammal cries out to him telepathically. The animal is a host for a virus-plagued culture. When the Doctor cures the host of the virus, he takes the animal to the ocean. There, he hopes the culture will be able to achieve its full potential and break the symbiotic ties to its host. Entering a brave new world of independence, the tiny cell culture profusely thanks the Doctor as its "savior". His faith in the universe renewed, the Doctor returns to the TARDIS a changed, and more enthusiastic, Time Lord.

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