The article needs to detail more about Agent 99, and not what the Doctor did.
Agent 99 was an agent in the Space Service.
Agent 99 first came to the Eleventh Doctor's attention when he was listed in a classified file found on board a crashed space freighter on Thosis, otherwise known as "the Moon of Lost Hope". The Space Service crew were on secret mission to locate the missing Agent. (COMIC: The Moon of Lost Hope)
The Doctor's curiosity led him to track down the missing Agent ("the greatest secret agent in Earth's future") using a telepathic signature he obtained from a hypernet station which he later used with the powerful thought crystals of Lossk to locate him on the planet Quiox.
Agent 99 had been living a peaceful life among the savage wildlife which included the giant Night Butterflies who regarded Agent 99 as their leader. Agent 99 rescued the Doctor from the butterfly larvae and having reconsidered his position, decided it was time to return to his neglected duties on Earth, accepting a lift in the TARDIS. (COMIC: The Secret Star Trail)
As soon as Agent 99 arrived, there was an attempt led by Inspector Gleave to arrest him — an attempt that was thwarted by their escape. But when the Doctor's travelling companions, Amy Pond and Rory Williams, were captured, Agent 99 and the Doctor gave themselves up to the council, who revealed that Agent 99, the last Warp Agent, had concealed in his tattooed chest, a live dimension warp which was activated to release the Koth-Kulaar from its long exile and captivity. (COMIC: Agent 99)
Saved by the Koth-Kulaar's short reign of destruction on Earth, Agent 99, already in a weakened state, offered to use his last remaining strength to link up to the TARDIS systems and use his dimension warp one last time to send the Koth-Kulaar back into oblivion. Once the threat had been removed, the Doctor used the TARDIS to take them into a remote area of space where Agent 99's body was allowed to float freely among the stars with the universe safe as long as his body remained offline. (COMIC: Dimension Warp)