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* [[Amy Pond]]
 
* [[Amy Pond]]
 
* [[Rory Williams]]
 
* [[Rory Williams]]
* [[Council Elder]]
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* Council Elder [[Image]]
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* [[Phisher Doctor]]
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* [[Scrounger]] leader
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* the [[help menu]]
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* the follower
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* "[[Joanne Richards]]"
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* "[[Claude (Spam Filtered)|Claude]]"
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* zero percent finance spam
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* insurance spam dog
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* King of [[Secunda]] spam
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* the "Haxor"
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* UNIT Christmas Bash spam
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
* The [[hologram|holographic]] stapler which dogs Amy is a clear reference to the {{w|Office Assistant|animated paperclip}} that offers advice to users of {{w|Microsoft Office}}.
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* The Doctor is known as "Destroyer of Worlds"
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* Galactic [[credit]]s
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* [[firewall]]
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* [[Type 40]]
   
 
== Story Notes ==
 
== Story Notes ==

Revision as of 00:36, November 27, 2012

RealWorld

Spam Filtered kicked off Doctor Who (2011). It featured the newly-married Amy Pond and Rory Williams in an adventure with the Eleventh Doctor. Notably, it heralded multi-Eisner Award-winning artist Mark Buckingham's first work for Doctor Who. He drew one of the retailer's incentive covers for the issue — specifically RIB, pictured below. This story didn't have a proper title on its release. The title was given some months later by the author Tony Lee.

Publisher's summary

Solicitation summary:

The Eleventh Doctor era starts here! When the TARDIS becomes infected with holographic spam, the Doctor, Amy, and Rory are forced to land on an alien world, but it’s been targeted for invasion by intergalactic mercenaries!

Characters

References

Story Notes

Continuity

Production Errors

  • Amy's jumper was blue in most of the story. But on one page of the comic, it turned red.

Cover gallery

The retailer's incentive A cover was unusual for IDW, but it's hard to illustrate in a static photo. It featured the exterior of the TARDIS split down the middle. When the reader pulled open the doors it revealed the interior TARDIS scene pictured below was the "RIA cover". In essence, the cover was "bigger on the inside".


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