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Is this frickin' Doctor Who? Can someone please educate me?

--JamieHari 18:48, 3 December 2006 (UTC)

Indeed it is. Doctor Who appeared in his own Marvel comic in the UK (which crossed over with a number of other titles, as Marvel comics always seem to do). Actually, it might be more accurate to say "magazine with some comic content" (Doctor Who Weekly). The comic is the primary source for a few characters in the Doctor Who extended universe (such as Abslom Daak, Dalek Killer) and he also has crossed paths from time to time with more mainstream, Earth-616 characters. The Doctor Who listing at internationalhero confirms that he's a Marvel character, and he also has a listing at the Unofficial Appendix. While reading over the All New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe, I saw him mentioned once or twice in other character's profiles as "the doctor", but would have never caught it if I hadn't seen pages like this first. I'd recommend going the "Conan" route and mentioning only the events published in Marvel magazines, with just enough background to make it all make sense. (Either that, or in the one or two places we need to mention "the doctor", just have the page say "Doctor who? That's right!") --WhyBother 11:02, 23 December 2006 (UTC)
Yeah, I would definitely agree, the 'Conan' route sounds best.
--Jamie 20:56, 23 December 2006 (UTC)

--Gaastra He is also the one who shrunk death's head to human size and sent him out of the transformers universe to the 616 universe. This is talked about in death's head profile in the marvel handbook.

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