The Doctor Edit
- The Doctor has a fondness for Earth, especially London.
- The Doctor is from Gallifrey.
- The Doctor liked wearing velvet in their third and twelfth incarnations.
- The Doctor doesn't consider 1985 to be a "classic year".
The TARDIS Edit
- The TARDIS has had "almost as many facelifts" as the Doctor.
Time Lords Edit
- A Time Lords thirteenth incarnation is usually their final one.
- The Master is "virtually indestructable".
- Ophiuchus regenerates into a female incarnation.
- This story compromises of the linking material of The Many Lives of Doctor Who.
- With the exception of the final page, which shows the Thirteenth Doctor standing on the surface of Desolation at some point during The Ghost Monument, this story takes place during the Twelfth Doctor's regeneration in TV: Twice Upon a Time.
- This comic explicitly identifies the current incarnation as the Thirteenth Doctor, yet acknowledges that she isn't really, due to the existence of the War Doctor, their true ninth incarnation, and the Meta-Crisis Doctor, who would be technically their twelfth incarnation.
- Announcing that the time has come to change their appearance, the Doctor quotes what Goth said to the Second Doctor word for word. (TV: The War Games)
- The Doctor acknowledges that his regeneration has caused damage to the TARDIS in the past. (TV: The End of Time)
- The Doctor describes the TARDIS in the same words the Ninth Doctor does to Mickey Smith. (TV: Aliens of London)
- The Doctor recalls that Ian Chesterton believed that the TARDIS' interior was an illusion at first. (TV: An Unearthly Child)
- The Doctor remembers stealing the TARDIS. (TV: The Name of the Doctor, AUDIO: The Beginning, PROSE: Lungbarrow and COMIC: Time & Time Again)
- The Doctor mentions the Pathicols. (COMIC: The Great Shopping Bill)
- The Doctor characterises the First Doctor as "trying to be old and grumpy and important, like you do when you're young", just as the Tenth Doctor confided in the Fifth Doctor. (TV: Time Crash)
- The Doctor repeats the newly-regenerated Second Doctor's words: "life depends on change and renewal." (TV: The Power of the Daleks)
- The Doctor admits to missing, among all his companions, Ben and Polly (TV: The Faceless Ones) and Jamie McCrimmon. (TV: The War Games, COMIC: The World Shaper)
- The Doctor recalls that, in his second incarnation, the Time Lords eventually caught up to him, (TV: The War Games) forced him to regenerate (COMIC: The Night Walkers) and stranded him on Earth. (TV: Spearhead from Space)
- The Doctor remembers calling his third incarnation "fancy pants". (TV: The Five Doctors)
- The Doctor notes New York City as a city so good they had to name it twice. (TV: New Earth)
- The Doctor acknowledges that the Thirteenth Doctor is technically not the Thirteenth. (TV: The Time of the Doctor)
- The Doctor reveals the Fifth Doctor's part in pushing the Time Lords beyond their regenerative limit. (COMIC: Ophiuchus)
- The Doctor recalls how different the Fifth Doctor's regeneration felt, and quotes the freshly regenerated Sixth Doctor's words as "change, my dear." (TV: The Caves of Androzani)
- The Doctor acknowledges that the Eighth Doctor was "healed" for the Last Great Time War. (TV: The Night of the Doctor)
- The Doctor uses the words "wearing a bit thin." (TV: The Tenth Planet, The Day of the Doctor)
- The Doctor quotes the freshly regenerated Fifth Doctor when he notes that "you never quite know what you're going to get" with regeneration. (TV: Castrovalva)
- The Doctor echoes his predecessor when he announces "times change, and so must I." (TV: The Time of the Doctor)
- The Doctor paraphrases the Ninth Doctor's final words when describing themself as "fantastic". (TV: The Parting of the Ways) He previously claimed there was no timeline in which the Ninth Doctor in particular was "anything less than fantastic." (COMIC: Four Doctors)
- The Doctor notes aspirin (PROSE: The Left-Handed Hummingbird) and heart surgery as human medicine which are deadly to the Time Lord. (TV: Doctor Who)
- The Doctor recalls recently losing Bill Potts to the Cybermen before she was saved by the puddle Heather. (TV: World Enough and Time, The Doctor Falls)
- The Doctor uses phrases used by the Curator in his conversation with his immediate predecessor when addressing his successors. (TV: The Day of the Doctor)
- The Doctor acknowledges a habit of the TARDIS crashing following a regeneration. (TV: Children in Need Special, The End of Time, The Time of the Doctor) He even repeats some of his earliest words to Clara Oswald when he asks his successor if she "happen[s] to know how to fly this thing." (TV: The Time of the Doctor)
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