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Eye of the Storm was a Doctor Who Adventures comic strip published in 2013.
Summary[edit | edit source]
Storms are causing havoc on the planet Phabedes as the moons are being dragged through the sky. But can the Doctor remember the legend, solve the puzzle of the moons and save the day?
Plot[edit | edit source]
Phabedes is a planet with the most stable climate in the galaxy! — so says the Doctor as the TARDIS is blown away in the height of a storm. The six moons of the planets are supposed to keep the weather calm but through a telescope the Doctor can see that the moons are being dragged around on long ropes by alien creatures. The Doctor and Clara are lucky enough to be able to grab a rope thrown at them before being totally swept away by the wind. Their rescuer takes them to a bunker where the people of Phabedas have taken shelter. The survivors of the storms believe the moons are being moved so the creatures can invade once the people are destroyed.
The Doctor remembers something about a legend to do with the moons of this planet and taking a pen and paper plots out where the moons are being around too. Making his sketch into a plan he folds it up making an paper aeroplane which he fires up through a hatch with his sonic screwdriver gives it protection and a boost to reach the aliens. From the bunker they watch the creatures move the moons into the alignment the Doctor had mapped out. With the moons in the correct position the creatures are able to return home as a gateway to their home inside the planet! The moons were a puzzle and the creatures had forgotten the solution. The storms were just a side effect of being out of position. As the storms die down the Doctor and Clara take a stroll to find the TARDIS.
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Original print details[edit | edit source]
- Publication with page count and closing captions
- DWA 330 (4 pages) More adventures next time
Continuity[edit | edit source]
- In TV: The Stolen Earth heavenly bodies were moved in time and space to bring about the destruction of all matter when properly aligned.