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In the 82nd century, the four major powers in Mutter's Spiral were the Federation of Worlds, referred to informally as the Galactic Federation, which was run by a President; the Dalek Empire, ruled by Davros; the Cybermen, ruled by a Cyber-Emperor; and the Draconian Empire. Another major power was Josiah W. Dogbolter's Intra-Venus, Inc., a company rich enough to own Venus, Mars, and Jupiter.

Paper became a highly rare and expensive commodity. The main currency was the mazuma. (COMIC: The Shape Shifter)

The Fourth Doctor encountered Ivan Asimoff for the first time and joined a race with the Freefall Warriors. (COMIC: Doctor Who and the Free-Fall Warriors)

A mining revolt took place on Celeste, a planet owned by Josiah W. Dogbolter. (COMIC: The Moderator)

Dogbolter was swindled out of 250,000 mazumas by the Sixth Doctor and Frobisher. (COMIC: The Shape Shifter) These were later given to Ivan Asimoff for the Zyglot trust. (COMIC: Polly the Glot)

Abel Gantz was aided by the Intra-Venus Corporation in his alchemical research in converting common metals into uranium, gold, and platinum. The Skeletoids tore through the galaxy, decimating the Daleks and Cybermen and coming close to the Federation. They were stopped by a coalition of heroes including the Sixth Doctor and Kaon. (COMIC: Kane's Story, Abel's Story, The Warrior's Story, Frobisher's Story)

A key planet of Dogbolter's was lost to him, ruining his delicate economic balance, when a minor joke caused the local workers to start thinking and being creative. (AUDIO: The Maltese Penguin)

Dogbolter advertised the Dogbolter Temporal Rocket in 8162, offering time-travel to private buyers. He sent Death's Head after the Seventh Doctor, with the Rocket rigged as a bomb, but was killed when the rocket went off at Intra-Venus, Inc.'s HQ. (COMIC: Time Bomb!)

Circa 8162, the presence of the Doctor caused amoral salvage expert Keepsake to rescue a stranded medic, Bahlia. (COMIC: Keepsake)

The Draconian warrior Kaon was stranded on Actinon. (COMIC: War-Game)