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Dr Who

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Cover Art - Clayton Hickman
Neverland
Series: Doctor Who -
Big Finish Audio Dramas
Release Number: 33
Doctor: Eighth Doctor
Companions: Charley Pollard
Enemy: The Divergence, Anti-People / Neverpeople
Setting: Time Station
The Matrix (projection)
Antiverse
Writer: Alan Barnes
Director: Gary Russell
Music and Post Production: Alistair Lock (post production)
Publisher: Big Finish Productions
Release Date: June 2002
Format: 2 CDs - 2 Episodes
ISBN: ISBN 1-903654-62-9
Previous Story: The Time of the Daleks
Following Story: Spare Parts

Contents

Publisher's Summary

The Web of Time is stretched to breaking. History is leaking like a sieve. In the Citadel of Gallifrey, the Time Lords fear the end of everything that is, everything that was... everything that will be.

The Doctor holds the Time Lords’ only hope -- but exactly what lengths will the Celestial Intervention Agency go to in their efforts to retrieve something important from within his TARDIS? What has caused the Imperiatrix Romanadvoratrelundar to declare war on the rest of creation? And can an old nursery rhyme about a monster called Zagreus really be coming true?

The answers can only be found outside the bounds of the universe itself, in a place that history forgot. In the wastegrounds of eternity. In the Neverland.

Cast

References

  • Charley uses the Fast Return Switch to fly the TARDIS back into the path of time torpedoes.
  • The Doctor hasn't visited the Acteon Galaxy for some time.
  • The Web of Time stretched to breaking point, even Gallifrey's own continuity is ready to break.
  • Anti-Time cannot pass Gallifrey's Transduction Barriers.
  • There is time distortion present in the Humanian Era, Sensorian Era amd Sumaran Era.
  • In a matrix projection there are no Cadonwood trees left alive.
  • The Time Station is a class 7C super-orbital time station made from triple-bonded Polysium and Tinclavic, it runs on Artron fuel. Its temporal engines are protected by a Zibanian shield.
  • The origins of Zagreus are explored.
  • In a Matrix projection the Doctor sees Romana as Imperiatrix of Gallifrey.
  • Kurst swears saying "by Thalia's bones".
  • The Doctor invokes the Archetryx Convention on Charley's behalf.
  • Vansell mentions; the Monan Host and the Warpsmiths of Phaedon.
  • The Matrix (while recounting dates) mentions: the Cult of Morbius, the Master steals plans for the Doomsday Weapon, Chancellor Goth visit to Tersurus, the events of Etra Prime, and the Daleks' attempted invasion of Gallifrey.
  • Gallifreyan Presidents are made aware of: the War Perceptives, Jasquig Records, Kavox Imperatives and The Oubliette of Eternity.
  • When Romana was a young girl of 60 her family went to the shores of Lake Abydos on Gallifrey.
  • Rassilon is; Conquerer of Yssgaroth, Overpriest of Dronid, First Earl of Prydon, Patris of the Vortex, Ravager of the Void.
  • Rassilon used the Eye of Harmony to anchor all of space time into one single continuity.
  • The Oubliette of Eternity erases people and Time Lords from history, they end up in the Antiverse.

Notes

to be added

Continuity

Timeline

External Links

  • Big Finish Neverland page
  • Doctor Who Reference Guide - Detailed Synopsis - Neverland
  • The Discontinuity Guide Neverland page

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Memory-beta

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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Neverland was the fictional island and dream world featured in the story of Peter Pan. Neverland was the home to, amongst others, Peter Pan and the lost boys.

When, in 2375, Vic Fontaine and Ezri Dax were chatting in a holographic simulation of Las Vegas, Vic compared Vegas to Neverland, claiming it was a home to lost boys and lost dreams. (DS9 short story: "Second star to the right...")

The title of companion short stories in The Lives of Dax; "Second star to the right...""... and straight on 'til morning", are also a reference to Neverland, the full sentence is the directions given by Peter Pan for how one gets to Neverland. The line is also used at the end of movie Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country when Kirk suggests it as the Enterprise's final course.

Connections


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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Marvel Database

Location Template Location Template
Neverland

Official Name
Neverland
Galaxy

Star System

Planet

Country

Locale
Neverland

Characteristics
Dimensions

Population
6000

First appearance

Weapon X Vol 2 #1
(November, 2002)

Contents

History

Neverland was a mutant concentration camp that doubled as a recruitment center for Weapon X operatives. Weapon X detention facility, supposedly designed to hold mutant terrorists, actually served as mutant concentration camp. Mutants with useless or dangerous power were executed or depowered. All mutants were kept under a power supression field generated by Leech. When the camp was shut down, they terminated all remaining mutants. The total deaths were around six thousand.

Beast later visited an empty Neverland while searching for data to help him save mutants from extinction after M-Day.

Notes

Trivia

  • No trivia.

See Also

Links and References

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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

Neverland

Release date Unknown edit
Members-only? Yes
Location Tree Gnome Village
Skill requirements None
Quest requirements None
Unlock hint This track unlocks to the south of Tree Gnome Village.
Track duration Unknown edit

This song is most likely a reference to J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan series where Peter and company travel to Neverland, a location in which Peter resides.

Stub This article is a stub. You can help by expanding it.

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