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Doctor Who Magazine (1979) - #117
Marvel


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Cover Date: October 1986
Cover Price: UK £ 0.85

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Magazine

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Reprinted/Collected in:
Doctor Who Classics: Series 4 (2012) #4
Doctor Who Graphic Novel (2004) GN 09

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Salad Daze

Writer(s):
Simon Furman

Penciller(s):
John Ridgway

Inker(s):
John Ridgway

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Letterer(s):
Annie Halfacree

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Sheila Cranna

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An image for The Doctor (Doctor Who)(06) exists The Doctor (Doctor Who)(06)
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Synopsis:
Inside the TARDIS, Peri and the Doctor are having their dinner. Concerned that the Doctor is getting a bit tubby, Peri attempts to put the Doctor on an all-fruit-and-veg diet. Just before the Doctor digs into what he perceives as a "tedious, dreary" salad, he's called to the console room by Frobisher.

Before joining his other companion, he leaves behind a "personal reality warp" machine in the room, giving Peri strict instructions not to touch it.

She naturally disobeys, after getting a little bored whilst reading Alice in Wonderland. The machine changes her perception of reality such that she believes she's in a Lewis Carroll-inspired wonderland, with all the major characters being played by vegetables.

When the Doctor returns to finish off his meal, and Peri's snapped out of her dream state, she's now no longer on her salad kick, and suggests that dinner should instead be hamburgers and chips. She goes away to whip up the new meal, and the Doctor is seen to smirk to himself, indicating that he'd manipulated the entire thing.

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Frobisher doesn't actually appear, but he's referenced as being present.

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