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Abel's Story was a Sixth Doctor comic published in Doctor Who Magazine. It was the second consecutive script to be themed around the Skeletoids. It largely featured Abel Gantz, with the Sixth Doctor, Frobisher and Peri relegated to non-speaking roles. After being introduced here, Gantz would appear in The Warrior's Story and Frobisher's Story.

Summary[]

The Skeletoids are coming! As the galaxy prepares itself, Abel Gantz's life is changed forever.

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The colour reprint of the above panel.

  • This story was reprinted in DWCC 20 and Voyager.
  • The title Abel's Story, when paired with Kane's Story, forms a reference to Cain and Abel, two siblings mentioned in the book of Genesis of the Bible.

Continuity[]

  • This story implies that the TARDIS has a mind of its own, saying that "its circuitry can detect every disturbance in the temporal fabric of the galaxy... and if necessary, intervene." The story shows the TARDIS overriding the Doctor's destination settings without his knowledge. (TV: The Doctor's Wife)

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