Tardis

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Iris at the V&A was the eleventh story in the anthology Iris: Fifteen. It was written by George Mann.

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  • One of the pictures of Iris is taken in the Crab Nebula, circa 2399, against the aftermath of the explosion of the Bathory outpost.
  • The picture of Iris on the battlements of space fortress Calixes circa 5614 is written in Caprillian blood on dried Scorl hide. It was taken on the eve of the last night of the Caprillan-Scarlofen war.

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