Doctor Fu Manchu was the leader of the Si Fan in the 19th century. The Catholic Church believed him to be a great menace to civilization. The Library of St John the Beheaded had shelves of books on the doctor and his organisation. (PROSE: All-Consuming Fire)

In 1942, Professor Challenger was on the trail of Fu Manchu, taking the same train to London as the Eighth Doctor and Fritter in the belief that Manchu was operating out of an abandoned mill in Yorkshire. (PROSE: Mad Dogs and Englishmen)

Fu Manchu later became the subject of several works of fiction. (COMIC: Character Assassin, PROSE: The Book of the War) Fu and Ming the Merciless were two characters that the Order of the White Peacock used to propagate themselves throughout fiction in the early 20th century. (PROSE: The Book of the War)

In the Land of Fiction Fu Manchu was a member of the Sisyphean Society's senior circle. The Master killed him along with the other members of the Society. (COMIC: Character Assassin)

Behind the scenes Edit

  • Paul Magrs' character Mumu Manchu is a clear parody of Fu Manchu. During Mumu's first appeareance among other pulp pastiches in the novel Something Borrowed, it's made clear that "Mumu" is only a nickname given to him by his wife based on his sense of dress.
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