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| RealName =
 
| RealName =
 
| CurrentAlias = [[Doctor|The Doctor]]
 
| CurrentAlias = [[Doctor|The Doctor]]
| Aliases = Theta Sigma, [[John Smith]], Dr. Von Wer, and many other aliases
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| Aliases = Theta Sigma, [[John Smith]], Dr. Von Wer, feeble time traveller{{r|Dragon's Claws Vol 1 5}}, and many other aliases
 
| Identity = Secret
 
| Identity = Secret
 
| Affiliation = Former president of the High Council of Time Lords; occasional scientific advisor to United Nations (later Unified) Intelligence Taskforce (UNIT); former operative of the Celestial Intervention Agency; self-proclaimed protector of the universe, businessman, owner of the St. Louis bar
 
| Affiliation = Former president of the High Council of Time Lords; occasional scientific advisor to United Nations (later Unified) Intelligence Taskforce (UNIT); former operative of the Celestial Intervention Agency; self-proclaimed protector of the universe, businessman, owner of the St. Louis bar
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| Education = Prydon Academy, Gallifrey
 
| Education = Prydon Academy, Gallifrey
   
| Origin = Alien
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| Origin = [[Alien]]
 
| PlaceOfBirth = [[Gallifrey]]
 
| PlaceOfBirth = [[Gallifrey]]
 
| Creators = Sydney Newman; C.E. Webber; Donald Wilson
 
| Creators = Sydney Newman; C.E. Webber; Donald Wilson
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Doctor 7.jpg|The Seventh Doctor
 
Doctor 7.jpg|The Seventh Doctor
 
Doctor 8.jpg|The Eighth Doctor
 
Doctor 8.jpg|The Eighth Doctor
The Incomplete Death's Head Future Doctor 2.jpg|A future incarnation.
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The Doctor (Earth-5556) from Incomplete Death's Head Vol 1 12 001.jpg|A future incarnation.
 
</gallery>
 
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* '''Olympic Level Athlete''': The Doctor is an outstanding athlete, being able to sprint great distances, and even once cleared a fence. {{r|Doctor Who Vol 1 20}}
 
* '''Olympic Level Athlete''': The Doctor is an outstanding athlete, being able to sprint great distances, and even once cleared a fence. {{r|Doctor Who Vol 1 20}}
   
* '''Exceptional hand-to-hand combatant''': When in his third incarnation, the Doctor stated he practised a form of martial arts known as Venusian Aikido. <ref>Houghton, D. (writer); Combe, T. (director) (1971). ''[[w:c:who:The Mind of Evil (TV story)|The Mind of Evil]]'', et al. ''[[w:c:who:Doctor Who|Doctor Who]]''. [[wikipedia:BBC|BBC]]. [[wikipedia:BBC One|BBC1]].</ref>
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* '''Exceptional hand-to-hand combatant''': When in his third incarnation, the Doctor stated he practiced a form of martial arts known as Venusian Aikido. <ref>Houghton, D. (writer); Combe, T. (director) (1971). ''[[w:c:who:The Mind of Evil (TV story)|The Mind of Evil]]'', et al. ''[[w:c:who:Doctor Who|Doctor Who]]''. [[wikipedia:BBC|BBC]]. [[wikipedia:BBC One|BBC1]].</ref>
 
** '''Fourth Doctor:''' In his fourth incarnation, The Doctor was able to deliver one punch to himself from a previous time, to knock himself out.{{r|Doctor Who Monthly #46}}
 
** '''Fourth Doctor:''' In his fourth incarnation, The Doctor was able to deliver one punch to himself from a previous time, to knock himself out.{{r|Doctor Who Monthly #46}}
 
** '''Sixth Doctor:''' The Doctor's sixth incarnation was also shown to be quite skilled in hand-to-hand combat, being able to disarm, and take down an armed assassin in an alley. {{r|Doctor Who Magazine #88}}
 
** '''Sixth Doctor:''' The Doctor's sixth incarnation was also shown to be quite skilled in hand-to-hand combat, being able to disarm, and take down an armed assassin in an alley. {{r|Doctor Who Magazine #88}}
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==Enemies==
 
==Enemies==
'''The Master''':
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'''[[The Master (Earth-5556)|The Master]]''':
 
The Doctor's arch enemy, a rival Time Lord and a master hypnotist. <ref name = "tv movie" /> His super-genius level intellect combined with his charisma and his insanity makes him one of the universe's greatest threats.
 
The Doctor's arch enemy, a rival Time Lord and a master hypnotist. <ref name = "tv movie" /> His super-genius level intellect combined with his charisma and his insanity makes him one of the universe's greatest threats.
   
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The Doctor rarely travels alone, <!-- citation not needed. page section is citation --> preferring to share his adventures with the company of others. In his long life, he has travelled with family members, including his granddaughter, Susan. <ref name = "auc" /> Humans who have joined him at various points in his travels, <ref name = "auc" /> <ref>Whitaker, D. (writer); Barry, C. (director) (1965). ''[[w:c:who:The Rescue (TV story)|The Rescue]]''. ''[[w:c:who:Doctor Who|Doctor Who]]''. [[wikipedia:BBC|BBC]]. [[wikipedia:BBC One|BBC1]].</ref> <ref>Nation, T. (writer); Martin, R. (director) (1965). ''[[w:c:who:The Chase (TV story)|The Chase]]''. ''[[w:c:who:Doctor Who|Doctor Who]]''. [[wikipedia:BBC|BBC]]. [[wikipedia:BBC One|BBC1]].</ref> <ref>Cotton, D. (writer); Leeston-Smith, M. (director) (1965). ''[[w:c:who:The Myth Makers (TV story)|The Myth Makers]]''. ''[[w:c:who:Doctor Who|Doctor Who]]''. [[wikipedia:BBC|BBC]]. [[wikipedia:BBC One|BBC1]].</ref> <ref>Nation, T.; Spooner, D. (writers); Camfield, D. (director) (1965–1966). ''[[w:c:who:The Daleks' Master Plan (TV story)|The Daleks' Master Plan]]''. ''[[w:c:who:Doctor Who|Doctor Who]]''. [[wikipedia:BBC|BBC]]. [[wikipedia:BBC One|BBC1]].</ref> the occasional alien (including fellow Time Lords <ref name = "auc" /> <ref>Holmes, R. (writer); Spenton-Foster, G. (director) (1978). ''[[w:c:who:The Ribos Operation (TV story)|The Ribos Operation]]''. ''[[w:c:who:Doctor Who|Doctor Who]]''. [[wikipedia:BBC|BBC]]. [[wikipedia:BBC One|BBC1]].</ref> and, at one point, a shape-shifting alien who preferred the form of an Earth penguin), {{citation}} and even androids <ref name = "totd" /> and a robot dog. <ref>Baker, B.; Martin, D. (writers); Goodwin, D. (director) (1977). ''[[w:c:who:The Invisible Enemy (TV story)|The Invisible Enemy]]''. ''[[w:c:who:Doctor Who|Doctor Who]]''. [[wikipedia:BBC|BBC]]. [[wikipedia:BBC One|BBC1]].</ref>
 
The Doctor rarely travels alone, <!-- citation not needed. page section is citation --> preferring to share his adventures with the company of others. In his long life, he has travelled with family members, including his granddaughter, Susan. <ref name = "auc" /> Humans who have joined him at various points in his travels, <ref name = "auc" /> <ref>Whitaker, D. (writer); Barry, C. (director) (1965). ''[[w:c:who:The Rescue (TV story)|The Rescue]]''. ''[[w:c:who:Doctor Who|Doctor Who]]''. [[wikipedia:BBC|BBC]]. [[wikipedia:BBC One|BBC1]].</ref> <ref>Nation, T. (writer); Martin, R. (director) (1965). ''[[w:c:who:The Chase (TV story)|The Chase]]''. ''[[w:c:who:Doctor Who|Doctor Who]]''. [[wikipedia:BBC|BBC]]. [[wikipedia:BBC One|BBC1]].</ref> <ref>Cotton, D. (writer); Leeston-Smith, M. (director) (1965). ''[[w:c:who:The Myth Makers (TV story)|The Myth Makers]]''. ''[[w:c:who:Doctor Who|Doctor Who]]''. [[wikipedia:BBC|BBC]]. [[wikipedia:BBC One|BBC1]].</ref> <ref>Nation, T.; Spooner, D. (writers); Camfield, D. (director) (1965–1966). ''[[w:c:who:The Daleks' Master Plan (TV story)|The Daleks' Master Plan]]''. ''[[w:c:who:Doctor Who|Doctor Who]]''. [[wikipedia:BBC|BBC]]. [[wikipedia:BBC One|BBC1]].</ref> the occasional alien (including fellow Time Lords <ref name = "auc" /> <ref>Holmes, R. (writer); Spenton-Foster, G. (director) (1978). ''[[w:c:who:The Ribos Operation (TV story)|The Ribos Operation]]''. ''[[w:c:who:Doctor Who|Doctor Who]]''. [[wikipedia:BBC|BBC]]. [[wikipedia:BBC One|BBC1]].</ref> and, at one point, a shape-shifting alien who preferred the form of an Earth penguin), {{citation}} and even androids <ref name = "totd" /> and a robot dog. <ref>Baker, B.; Martin, D. (writers); Goodwin, D. (director) (1977). ''[[w:c:who:The Invisible Enemy (TV story)|The Invisible Enemy]]''. ''[[w:c:who:Doctor Who|Doctor Who]]''. [[wikipedia:BBC|BBC]]. [[wikipedia:BBC One|BBC1]].</ref>
   
| Notes = * Although the title of both [[w:c:who:Doctor Who|the TV series]] and [[Doctor Who Vol 1|one of the Marvel comic series]] is ''Doctor Who'', the lead character is never known as anything but "The Doctor." His real name is a closely guarded secret that has never been revealed in any official media.<ref name = "totd" />
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| Notes = * Although the title of both [[w:c:who:Doctor Who|the TV series]] and [[Doctor Who Vol 1|one of the Marvel comic series]] is ''Doctor Who'', the lead character is rarely known as anything but "The Doctor." His real name is a closely guarded secret that has never been revealed in any official media.<ref name = "totd" />
   
 
* Marvel Comics first obtained the comic strip/book rights to the Doctor in 1979. Prior to this, several British publishers held the rights for a series of comic strips that ran from 1964 to 1979. There was also a separate comic strip devoted to the Daleks that was published for several years in the late 1960s before merging with the main ''Doctor Who'' strip. Marvel primarily published original adventures as a serialized strip in ''[[Doctor Who Weekly Vol 1|Doctor Who Weekly]]'', later renamed ''[[Doctor Who Monthly Vol 1|Doctor Who Monthly]]'' and ''[[Doctor Who Magazine Vol 1|Doctor Who Magazine]]''. This strip was later reprinted for North American distribution in several issues of ''[[Marvel Premiere]]'' and again in [[Doctor Who Vol 1|a monthly ''Doctor Who'' title]] that ran for several years in the early 1980s. The only non-''DWM''-related comic material published by Marvel was a one-off miniseries titled ''[[Doctor Who: The Age of Chaos|The Age of Chaos]]'' (written by Sixth Doctor actor Colin Baker), and it also reprinted excerpts from the 1964-1979 comic strip era in ''DWM'' and a spin-off magazine titled ''Doctor Who Classic Comics''.
 
* Marvel Comics first obtained the comic strip/book rights to the Doctor in 1979. Prior to this, several British publishers held the rights for a series of comic strips that ran from 1964 to 1979. There was also a separate comic strip devoted to the Daleks that was published for several years in the late 1960s before merging with the main ''Doctor Who'' strip. Marvel primarily published original adventures as a serialized strip in ''[[Doctor Who Weekly Vol 1|Doctor Who Weekly]]'', later renamed ''[[Doctor Who Monthly Vol 1|Doctor Who Monthly]]'' and ''[[Doctor Who Magazine Vol 1|Doctor Who Magazine]]''. This strip was later reprinted for North American distribution in several issues of ''[[Marvel Premiere]]'' and again in [[Doctor Who Vol 1|a monthly ''Doctor Who'' title]] that ran for several years in the early 1980s. The only non-''DWM''-related comic material published by Marvel was a one-off miniseries titled ''[[Doctor Who: The Age of Chaos|The Age of Chaos]]'' (written by Sixth Doctor actor Colin Baker), and it also reprinted excerpts from the 1964-1979 comic strip era in ''DWM'' and a spin-off magazine titled ''Doctor Who Classic Comics''.
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* Marvel Comics ceased to hold the license for the Doctor's comic book adventures in 1999, and consequently some information on the Doctor (specifically, anything relating to Doctors introduced from 2005 onwards) can not be added to this page as it was not revealed until after he ceased to be a Marvel character, and thus may not necessarily be relevant to the Doctor of Marvel's Earth-5556, whose history does not always precisely match that of the original Doctor and whose position in relation to the canon of the television series is debatable. The image on this main page depicts the Eighth Doctor, the last to appear in titles carrying the Marvel UK banner on the cover. Marvel, in one form or another, depicted the adventures of the first eight Doctors in the ''Doctor Who Weekly''/''Doctor Who Monthly''/''Doctor Who Magazine'' comic strip. The comic strip established by Marvel in October 1979 continues to be published as of 2015 by current license holder Panini, who published on behalf of Marvel between 1996 and 1999. A separate North American-based comic book line was established by IDW Publishing between 2007 and 2013, with Titan Comics taking over this range as of 2014.
 
* Marvel Comics ceased to hold the license for the Doctor's comic book adventures in 1999, and consequently some information on the Doctor (specifically, anything relating to Doctors introduced from 2005 onwards) can not be added to this page as it was not revealed until after he ceased to be a Marvel character, and thus may not necessarily be relevant to the Doctor of Marvel's Earth-5556, whose history does not always precisely match that of the original Doctor and whose position in relation to the canon of the television series is debatable. The image on this main page depicts the Eighth Doctor, the last to appear in titles carrying the Marvel UK banner on the cover. Marvel, in one form or another, depicted the adventures of the first eight Doctors in the ''Doctor Who Weekly''/''Doctor Who Monthly''/''Doctor Who Magazine'' comic strip. The comic strip established by Marvel in October 1979 continues to be published as of 2015 by current license holder Panini, who published on behalf of Marvel between 1996 and 1999. A separate North American-based comic book line was established by IDW Publishing between 2007 and 2013, with Titan Comics taking over this range as of 2014.
   
* The Doctor first appeared on the BBC Television (later known as BBC1) TV series ''[[w:c:who:Doctor Who|Doctor Who]]''. His first televised appearance was in the four-part 1963 serial ''[[w:c:who:An Unearthly Child (TV story)|An Unearthly Child]]'' in November and December 1963; the original version of ''Doctor Who'' ran until December 1989, and the Doctor appeared in all except one of the original series' serials, and all but a handful of the series' episodes. Afterwards, the Doctor appeared in the American made-for-TV film on Fox ''[[w:c:who:Doctor Who (TV story)|Doctor Who]]'' in May 1996, and then the series was revived in March 2005 for BBC1 (by then called BBC One), still featuring the same character, and continues to air as of 2014; it marked its 50th anniversary in November 2013. All three productions are considered part of the same continuity. Two motion pictures starring Peter Cushing as "Dr. Who" were produced in the 1960s; these were remakes of TV stories and as such are not considered canonical, though some spin-off media have attempted to reconcile their existence and the current production team of the TV series confirmed that the 50th anniversary special at one point was to have established that they exist as movies in the "Whoniverse."
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* The Doctor first appeared on the BBC Television (later known as BBC1) TV series ''[[w:c:who:Doctor Who|Doctor Who]]''. His first televised appearance was in the four-part 1963 serial ''[[w:c:who:An Unearthly Child (TV story)|An Unearthly Child]]'' in November and December 1963; the original version of ''Doctor Who'' ran until December 1989, and the Doctor appeared in all except one of the original series' serials, and all but a handful of the series' episodes. Afterwards, the Doctor appeared in the American made-for-TV film on Fox ''[[w:c:who:Doctor Who (TV story)|Doctor Who]]'' in May 1996, and then the series was revived in March 2005 for BBC1 (by then called BBC One), still featuring the same character, and continues to air as of 2018; it marked its 50th anniversary in November 2013. All three productions are considered part of the same continuity. Two motion pictures starring Peter Cushing as "Dr. Who" were produced in the 1960s; these were remakes of TV stories and as such are not considered canonical, though some spin-off media have attempted to reconcile their existence and the current production team of the TV series confirmed that the 50th anniversary special at one point was to have established that they exist as movies in the "Whoniverse."
*So far, thirteen different actors have played the Doctor on an ongoing basis in ''Doctor Who''. Only the first Eight have any connection to Marvel.
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*So far, fourteen different actors have played the Doctor on an ongoing basis in ''Doctor Who''. Only the first Eight have any connection to Marvel.
 
**[http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0367156/ William Hartnell] (1963-66);
 
**[http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0367156/ William Hartnell] (1963-66);
 
**[http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0873743/ Patrick Troughton] (1966-69);
 
**[http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0873743/ Patrick Troughton] (1966-69);
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**[http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1741002/ Matt Smith] (2010-13).
 
**[http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1741002/ Matt Smith] (2010-13).
 
**[http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0134922/ Peter Capaldi] (2013-17)
 
**[http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0134922/ Peter Capaldi] (2013-17)
**[http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2092886/ Jodie Whittaker] is set to take over the role of The Doctor during the Christmas special, becoming the first non-parodical female Doctor.
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**[https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2092886/ Jodie Whittaker] (2018-)
 
**Additionally, [http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001088/ Peter Cushing] played a reimagined version of the character, [[Dr. Who]], in two 1960s-era films (one of which, ''Dr. Who and the Daleks'', was adapted as a comic book by Dell Comics) which are not considered canon.
 
**Additionally, [http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001088/ Peter Cushing] played a reimagined version of the character, [[Dr. Who]], in two 1960s-era films (one of which, ''Dr. Who and the Daleks'', was adapted as a comic book by Dell Comics) which are not considered canon.
 
**Interestingly enough, the ninth Doctor, Christopher Eccleston, would portray [[Malekith (Earth-199999)|Malekith]] in ''[[Thor: The Dark World]]'', while the tenth , David Tennant, would later go on to portray [[Kevin Thompson (Earth-199999)|Purple Man]] in ''[[Marvel's Jessica Jones]]''.
 
**Interestingly enough, the ninth Doctor, Christopher Eccleston, would portray [[Malekith (Earth-199999)|Malekith]] in ''[[Thor: The Dark World]]'', while the tenth , David Tennant, would later go on to portray [[Kevin Thompson (Earth-199999)|Purple Man]] in ''[[Marvel's Jessica Jones]]''.
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| Marvel =
 
| Marvel =
 
| Wikipedia =
 
| Wikipedia =
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* [[The Doctor's Chronology]]
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* [http://www.whoniverse.org Whoniverse]
 
* [http://www.drwhoguide.com Doctor Who Reference Guide]
 
* [http://www.drwhoguide.com Doctor Who Reference Guide]
 
* [http://tardis.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page Doctor Who Wiki]
 
* [http://tardis.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page Doctor Who Wiki]
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[[Category:Marvel UK Characters]]
 
[[Category:Marvel UK Characters]]
 
[[Category:Time Travelers]]
 
[[Category:Time Travelers]]
[[Category:Doctor Who Characters]]
 
 
[[Category:Fencing]]
 
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[[Category:Superhuman Senses]]
 
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[[Category:Comic Awareness]]
 
[[Category:Comic Awareness]]
 
[[Category:Genderfluid Characters]]
 
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[[Category:Multiple Hearts]]

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