Doomland was a Doctor Who Adventures comic strip published in 2012.

Summary[edit | edit source]

The Doctor, Amy Pond and Rory Williams arrive on the planet Vamisash, where caught in a heavy storm they take shelter behind the doors of a large house. The doors open for them and inside they find more houses. The makeshift wooden buildings are full of the people of Vamisash who explain that inside the walls of the house is called Doomland. The mistress who owns it wanted to take over their world but was afraid to leave the house so extended it around the houses, making it ever bigger until the entire planet was Doomworld. The Mistress sees and hears everything and when Rory speaks out, the hand of the Mistress (the Doominator), reaches through a wall and plucks Rory out, taking him to her chamber where she will punish him for plotting against her by burning him. The Doctor meanwhile knows what the Mistress is and using some glue sets a trap.

Threatening to stop her evil plan, the Doctor and Amy wait for the Mistress to arrive. When she appears and tries to draw in the Doctor and Amy she insteads finds herself pulled into the room because the Doctor and Amy have glued their shoes to the floor! The Mistress is angry and as the Doctor and Amy free themselves of their shoes the Mistress fires bolts of flame at them. They move too quick and very soon the room is ablaze. The Doctor and Amy escape as the Doctor explains that the Mistress is a Fuegolem born of fire and unable to be hurt by it. But the flames soon catch, and very soon the fire has spread to the other houses. The flames reach up and burn the roof down. The rain from outside pours down and bang on target the water dampens the flames and the Fuegolem just as Rory rejoins the Doctor and Amy having survived not being burnt.

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Notes[edit | edit source]

  • The Doominator was created by reader Lucy Robinson and was the winning entry of a Doctor Who Adventures competition to Design a Monster. Her description included laser eyes, fireballs from her hand, able to hover and large stretchy grey arms.
  • A similar idea of a planet being known as House was used in The Doctor's Wife.

Original print details[edit | edit source]

  • Publication with page count and closing captions
  • No reprints to date.

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