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The Mark of Mandragora (1993) - TPB
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Cover Date: April 1993
Cover Price: UK £ 6.99

Issue Tagline: A Doctor Who Graphic Novel

Format: Color; Trade Paperback; 90 pages

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Synopsis:
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Reprints/Collects:
Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #159
Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #160
Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #161
Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #162
Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #163
Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #164
Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #165
Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #166
Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #167
Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #168
Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #169
Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #170
Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #171
Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #172

Notes:
This is a reprint of monochromatic stories done in full color. The colorist, hired by either Virgin or the printer, Bath Press Colourbooks, is never credited.

As stated in the title notes, it is also not a "graphic novel", despite what the cover says. In the American vernacular, it's a "trade paperback" or a "collected anthology". Nevertheless, the term "Graphic Novel" is used to label the volume out of deference to the cover.

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Train Flight

Writer(s):
Graham S. Brand
Andrew W. Donkin

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John Ridgway

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John Ridgway

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Glib

Editor(s):
John Freeman

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This story has been wiped out of canon by the 2006 televised episode, School Reunion, in which it's quite clear Sarah Jane never encountered the Seventh Doctor.

Originally serialized in Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #159-161.

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Writer(s):
Ian Rimmer

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Mike Collins

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Stuart Bartlett

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Steve White

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Originally published in Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #162.

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Arthur Ranson

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John Freeman

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Originally serialized in Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #164-166.

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Writer(s):
Paul Cornell

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Cam Smith

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Originally published in Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #163.

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Darkness Falling
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The Mark of Mandragora

Writer(s):
Dan Abnett

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Lee Sullivan

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Steve Potter

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This reprinting contains the two teaser strips, "Darkness Falling" and "Distraction", as well as the whole of "The Mark of Mandragora" proper.

Originally serialized in Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #167-172.

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