Tardis

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The Mark of Mandragora was a Seventh Doctor comic strip published in Doctor Who Magazine. It served as a sequel to the television story The Masque of Mandragora, and featured the return of the Mandragora Helix.

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  • Throughout the story, a number of epigraphs are contrasted against the events within the panels. These are from: Francis Bacon, Essay on Death; William Shakespeare, Othello and Antony and Cleopatra; John Donne, Song and Alfonso, King of Castile.
  • The Brigadier is absent for much of the story as he is at a Geneva summit.
  • UNIT are trying to negotiate greater powers with the UN.
  • By the late 1990s, London had become known as "swinging London" again, having not held the name for thirty years.
  • The Doctor says that he has been redecorating the TARDIS.
  • When the lightning falls and the Doctor takes out his umbrella, he sings the lyrics to Singin' in the Rain.

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Continuity[]

"What's left" of Magog.

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