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As Time Goes By was a four-issue comic story from the Doctor Who (2011) range, and the final story of that series, as the numbering was restarted with Doctor Who (2012).

Summary

It does as well to the Doctor, Amy and Rory, who revel in being in the setting for the classic film. That is until they discover a world-domination plot hatched not by Hitler, but the Silurians!

Plot

to be added

Characters

References

  • The Silurians appear.
  • Nazis appear. The Doctor describes them as his third least favourite thing in at least two universes.
  • References are made to the classic film Casablanca.
  • The "venomous Sea Devil" is considered a myth by the Silurians.
  • A combination of the sonic screwdriver, the TARDIS key and a Silurian communication device is used to remotely open the TARDIS to suck all the water to prevent the flooding.

Notes

to be added

Continuity

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