Señor 105 was a famous Mexican luchador with the "finest physique [and] the finest mind the world [had] to offer". He had one mask for every element in the periodic table and he named himself after the number of elements in the periodic table, meaning that with each new element discovered he made a new mask and added another number to his name. (PROSE: Iris Wildthyme y Señor Cientocinco contra Los Monstruos del Fiesta)
While he often left Mexico to have adventures across the globe (sometimes even traversing the Very Fabric of Time and Space using his home-made Zodiac Machine), Señor 105 always returned to his house in mid-20th century Mexico City. (PROSE: Elementary, My Dear Sheila, Iris Wildthyme y Señor Cientocinco contra Los Monstruos del Fiesta)
Señor 105 was a friend of Iris Wildthyme (PROSE: Iris Wildthyme y Señor Cientocinco contra Los Monstruos del Fiesta et al) and a fan of Brenda Soobie - he was unaware they were the same person. (PROSE: The Shape of Things)
Early life Edit
He was born circa the 1910s. (PROSE: Iris Wildthyme y Señor Cientocinco contra Los Monstruos del Fiesta)
In his youth, he was taken in by the three most skilled wrestlers of Mexico: Tierra, Viento, and Fuego. They trained him to be one of their own, but he decided that their ways were too mystical for him and chose to become independent with a scientific motif. Naming himself after the number of elements in the periodic table, he became "Señor 93". The first wrestling mask he created for himself was Number 93, Neptunium.
In the late 1940s, Señor 97 visited New York City and had an adventure which involved the construction of the United Nations headquarters. Diana Gulbronson remained in debt to the Señor for saving her life. (PROSE: Elementary, My Dear Sheila)
The 1960s Edit
In the summer of 1967, Señor 105 attended a party Brenda Soobie held in Las Vegas. While walking through the celebrations, Brenda saw 105 by the pool, teaching Lawrence Burton and Jay Eales how to make paper aeroplanes. (PROSE: Party Fears Two)
By summer 1968, Señor 105 had met several Mexican presidents, visited the Eiffel Tower, went on a boat ride with Albert Einstein, and encountered UFOs, witches, werewolves, purple midgets, and "El Hombre Invisible".
On the day of the opening ceremony of the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City, Señor 105 met Iris Wildthyme and Panda while trying to stop an army of spirits possessing piñatas from disrupting the Olympics. While 105 wrestled Axixmiqui, the leader of the spirits, Iris manipulated the mathematical ratios involved in the dimensional doorway the spirits were creating. When the doorway was activated, the spirits were all sucked up into a mini-singularity. Afterwards, Señor 105 helped Iris repair her Celestial Omnibus and gave her a 1968 Olympics bracelet and the mask he made for titanium as parting gifts; using knowledge gaining from observing the workings of the omnibus, 105 was able to complete the Zodiac Machine. (PROSE: Iris Wildthyme y Señor Cientocinco contra Los Monstruos del Fiesta)
Undated events Edit
While travelling with Iris Wildthyme and Panda, Señor 105 aided them in obtaining the third slice of the Celestial Gateau from vampiric versions of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. Afterwards, Señor 105 helped celebrate Panda's birthday. (PROSE: Deleted Scene from 'Iris Wildthyme and the Key Lime Pie 2 Time' - 'Part 3: The Stones of Blood')
When Panda's subconscious was trying to get Panda to remember his life before being trapped in the Pleasure Prison, he had a vision of Iris Wildthyme saying, "Quick lovey, Señor 105 needs our help and he's in a right pickle." (AUDIO: Whatever Happened to Iris Wildthyme)
Behind the scenes Edit
There may be more connections between The Periodic Adventures of Señor 105 and the wider DWU. The editor who wrote this is not familiar with most of the books in the series.
Señor 105 starred in a series of 9 novellas called The Periodic Adventures of Señor 105 which had several connections to Doctor Who and its various spin-offs. Obviously, it continues the story of Señor 105 (and Sheila) established in his first couple of appearances in the Iris Wildthyme series. The first novella, The Gulf by Cody Quijano-Schell, the Chicxulub Crater is full of advanced technology, left behind by the mysterious object that killed the dinosaurs, and several references to "silver-antlered" men from Earth's twin planet "El Mundo" are made. The third novella, By the Time I Get to Venus, by Blair Bidmead, features El Jefe, Theo Possible, Litany Chromehurst, and the version of the Venusians seen in the novel Venusian Lullaby. The fourth novella, Señor 105 and the Secret Santa, by Stuart Douglas, references Iris Wildthyme and Hyspero.
Señor 105 also appears in Lawrence Burton's short storyThe Time Wrestlers, published in Obverse Books' charity anthology A Target for Tommy. In the story, he teams up with the Sixth Doctor and Peri Brown after agents of the Great Houses from the future War alter reality. The agents refer to the Doctor being inoculated by Faction Paradox's biodata virus in Interference - Book Two.
- ↑ The short story Elementary, My Dear Sheila says that Neptunium had been recently discovered when he became Señor 93. In the real world, Neptunium was discovered in 1940.
- ↑ The scene briefly witnessed in Against Nature depicts part of the short story Señor 105 contra el Bigote de Perdición from Señor 105 & the Elements of Danger.