Appearing in "Doctor Who and the Iron Legion, Part Five: Against the Gods!"
- Iron Legion
- Gods of Rome (Malevilus)
- The Alien Guard
- Emperor Adolphus Caesar
- Robot Flying Squad (First appearance)
- Atmosphere craft
Synopsis for "Doctor Who and the Iron Legion, Part Five: Against the Gods!"
Continued from last issue...
Along with his companions Moriss and Vesuvius, The Doctor has found the Gods of Rome, only to find that they are actually the villainous race known as the Malevilus. Inside the temple with them is General Ironicus, who is offering captured humans to the Malevilus as a sacrifice. Juno, Emperor Adolphus Caesar's mother, leads Adolphus away from the sacrifice, to his disappointment. The Doctor explains to a confused Morris that the Malevilus are forms of anti-life, and that they feed off of death. Meanwhile, the Malevilus swoop down upon the nearby humans and brutally feed on them. Vesuvius says that he knows the Malevilus' secret, but before he can reveal it, a member of the Alien Guard points a gun at them. Morris sneaks up behind the guard and incapacitates him with a chain, and The Doctor takes the man's gun. He turns it on Ironicus.
One Malevilus, Babiyon, says that they don't care about Ironicus, but the leader, Magog, says that Ironicus is still useful for them, so he will do what The Doctor says. He tells Ironicus to lead them out of the temple, and he does. They get to the entrance, and The Doctor and his companions pile into an atmosphere craft to leave. Ironic draws his sword and slashes at The Doctor, who narrowly avoids it. They take off in the craft, but the Malevilus give chase. They crash through the observation window of the temple to escape, but find themselves facing a Robot Flying Squad. Vesuvius remarks that they're now trapped between the squad and the Malevilus.
The story is continued next issue...
Appearing in "Throwback: the Soul of a Cyberman Part 1"
- Kroton (First appearance)
- Earth-5556 (Doctor Who Universe)
Synopsis for "Throwback: the Soul of a Cyberman Part 1"
Cyberleader Kroton is troubled by strange stirrings. Can these be what humans call "feelings"?
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