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The Demons of Eden was the backup comic story of the publication Omega. It is a spin-off of Doctor Who making use of Bob Baker's individual license to the Mandrels and the planet Eden from Nightmare of Eden.

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Following the tragic events aboard starship Empress, jungle planet Eden – revealed as the source of addictive drug Vraxoin – is designated a ‘haven world’, all settlers ordered to depart. Aside from Space Corps marines sent to combat the drug cartels that still thrive within Eden’s rainforests, the only humans allowed to remain are the holy sisters of the Convent of Saint Eve. But, though a presence since the first wave of colonists decades before, the nuns’ sanctuary is about to succumb to the deadly reality of life on Eden.

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  • Chapter 1:
The story so far...
The dark, hostile jungle planet of Eden. Not the paradise the orange twilight promises. Inhabitants include a glowing insect with a bite that stings, the Eden mantrap, and the terrifying Mandrels – huge creatures with vicious claws capable of killing with one swipe.
The zoologist Tryst discovered that the Mandrels, once decomposed, were a source of the addictive drug Vraxoin. Working with the smuggler Dymond, they used a Continuous Event Transmuter, or CET, to smuggle Vraxoin.
Dymond’s ship, the Hecate, merged with another ship, the Empress, when it emerged from hyperspace. The CET malfunctioned, letting Mandrels loose to wreak havoc. The two ships were disentangled, but not before Tryst and Dymond were exposed as drug smugglers.
The Mandrels were returned to Eden to repopulate the planet’s biosphere. But Mandrels are not the most dangerous lifeform on Eden. Prepare to meet the Sarzok – Eden’s apex predator, rumoured to be part-demon...

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