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Original Sin
Series: Doctor Who -
Virgin New Adventures
Release Number: 39
Doctor: Seventh Doctor
Companions: Benny, Roz, Chris
Enemy: Tobias Vaughn
Setting: Earth, Spaceport 5 Overcity
Author: Andy Lane
Publisher: Virgin Books
Publication: June, 1995
Format: Paperback Book, ? Pages
ISBN: ISBN 0426204441
Previous Story: Human Nature
Following Story: Sky Pirates!


Publisher's Summary

I'm playing with a fire so dangerous I could scorch eternity.

The last words of a dying alien send the Doctor and Bernice to thirtieth-century Earth in an attempt to avert an unspecified disaster. Before they can even unpack they’ve been arrested by the Adjudicators and sentenced to death by the Imperial army. Their attempts to prove their innocence take them from the mosaic planet Purgatory to a prison inside a star.

Meanwhile, Adjudicators Roz Forrester and Chris Cwej have their own problems. Investigating a series of apparently motiveless murders, they have stumbled upon a conspiracy with sinister overtones. On the run and out of luck, the only people they can turn to are their chief suspects: the Doctor and Bernice.

And as they run, someone is watching them. Someone who knows the Doctor of old...


  • Christopher Rodonanté Cwej
    • Chris had a body bepple so that he looked like a teddy bear.
    • Made (and painted) model space ships when he was young.
  • Tobias Vaughn
    • Has kept himself alive since his previous encounter with the Doctor using salvaged Cybermen parts.
  • Fenn Martle
    • Spent some time as Roz's lover.
    • Was taking bribes.


  • This is set a few years following the Wars of Acquisition.
  • The Divine Empress rules the Empire from her palace orbiting Saturn. She is extremely old with tumors covering her body, she is fully integrated into the computer systems that run the empire.
  • Her full title is: Divine Empress, Glory of the Empire, Ruler of the High Court, Lord of the Inner and Outer Worlds, High Admiral of the Galactic Fleets, Lord General of the Six Armies and Defender of the Earth.


"Early on in the writing of Original Sin, Roz Forrester was a man and an old tramp named Tom became the new companion."[1]


BOSS (DW: The Green Death)
Whitaker's time scoop (DW: Invasion of the Dinosaurs)
Professor Kettlewell's researches (DW: Robot)

External Links


  1. DWM: DWM Issue 252 (Licence to Kill p.30)

Virgin New Adventures
Previous Release:
Human Nature
Next Release:
Sky Pirates!

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Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

Original Sin
Members Jaro
Celeste Rousseau
Dr. David Diabolical
Neutron Star
St. Michael Dreamkiller
Christian G. Smitten
Eric Scorpio
Ethan Black
Korran Halycon
Cactus Sam
Name(s) Original Sin
Debut November 10, 2007
Promotion Full Metal Wrestling
Brand(s) Alchemy

Original Sin is a cross-brand super-stable in Full Metal Wrestling (FMW), ranging across FMW's three distinct brands: Alchemy, Anarchy, and Anxiety.

Masterminded by CEO Jaro, the axis consists of the federation's most sinful stables and villains, all aiming to take full control of FMW.




On November 10, 2007, Drew Michaels completed his quest of becoming the second-ever FMW World Champion when he defeated Ethan Black at Full Metal Wrestling's biggest pay-per-view event of the year, Ultimatum. Fighting for the glory of God, Michaels' destined victory ended Black's tyrannical 340-day reign as Full Metal Champion.

Moments after capturing the FMW Championship, Michaels was unceremoniously ambushed from behind by the defeated Black. Nick Bryson, still suffering from third degree burns inflicted by the Black Covenant's masked rookie Incubus, tried to prevent his cousin and SPARTA tag team partner from Black's wrath. Bryson's rescue attempt was countered by Adrian and the newly christened Dogs of War, Korran Halycon and The Sublime. With SPARTA outnumbered, Alex O'Rion came to the save his friends. As the seven men faced off, Anarchy general manager St. Michael Dreamkiller came to ringside and sicced his Team Dream of X, Christian G. Smitten, and the Dark Brotherhood tandem of Eric Scorpio and James McDaygo. Despite being far-outnumbered, SPARTA and O'Rion rallied against the onslaught, only for the odds to be further stacked against them when they were attacked by N.M.E.'s Dr. David Diabolical, Hostyle, and Neutron Star. As the announcers speculated on who could have allied FMW's most hated villains, Incubus and Succubus made there shocking return since being burned by Michaels.

In FMW's most shocking moment, Incubus unmasked to reveal that he was actually Full Metal Wrestling's CEO and fan favorite Jaro, while Succubus unmasked to reveal herself as Jaro's supposedly abused girlfriend, Celeste Rousseau.

Original Sin continued their assault, first handcuffing O'Rion to the ropes and beating him to a bloody pulp. Black then called for his Black Covenant followers. Abaddon arrived with a large stake, which Original Sin used to burn Nick Bryson at the stake. Covenant members then brought a large wooden cross to the ring. Michaels was nailed to the cross and hoisted above the ring. As Drew Michaels' blood rained down, Jaro and Black declared the dominance of the men in the ring. Together, they would take complete control of FMW, declaring themselves as Original Sin.


The next night on Anarchy 5.1, general manager and Original Sin founding member St. Michael Dreamkiller announced that Black was invoking his rematch clause...inside Hell in a Cell. With nail-marked broken hands, Michaels defended the title against Black. After the referee was knocked out, the turncoat Jaro would run down to the ring in a referee's shirt. This would prompt Bryson to run to the ring as well in hopes of helping his cousin. With Michaels reeling on the ground defeated, Bryson picked up Jaro's banhammer. Jaro commanded Bryson to nail his cousin with the banhammer, or Michaels would be certain to lose the title that night. Apologizing for the oncoming blow, Bryson banhammered Michaels in a DQ victory to retain the title.

The masterplan of the Original Sin was working masterfully...except for the fact they had not recaptured the FMW Championship. Dreamkiller sicced his Team Dream tandem of X and Eric Scorpio to fight Michaels for both the Full Metal Championship and The Wickedness for the Television Championship at the following Anarchy 5.2 telecast in a double-champions tag team match where both champions could lose their titles. The plan of Dreamkiller failed however, as the Original Sin members could not decide on who would be the victor. Michaels capitalized by pinning X and defeating another Original Sin plan.

It was only the week after when Original Sin felled the FMW Champion via the previously defeated Eric Scorpio. Scorpio faced Michaels in a one on one match for the FMW Championship and won, thereby robbing the Resistance of any gold and putting true power back into Original Sin's hands. Scorpio is scheduled to face Drew Michaels or Alex O'Rion in the main event at Death Row.




Championships and accomplishments

External links

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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

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Bumblebee and Jetfire hurry to stop Sunstorm and Starscream from doing ... well, nobody is sure what they're doing, but with those guys, it has to be evil, right?

Transformers: Generation One vol. 3 > Issue #5
Previous Issue Next Issue

Writers: Brad Mick & Adam Patyk
Pencils: Don Figueroa
Inks: Elaine To
Colors: Espen Grundetjern
Letters: Ben Lee



Bumblebee marvels at the downed Omega Supreme, his ginormous figure lying face down on the landscape. Bumblebee questions his own faith in Primus, while the agnostic Jetfire isn't so pessimistic about the situation. Jetfire prepares to head out to find Sunstorm, but first, Cliffjumper and Bumblebee demand full disclosure from Jetfire, who concedes and explains how he came to Earth.

Millions of years ago, Jetfire was part of Operation: Containment. Having creative differences, he and Omega split up from the band to try to locate the missing Ark. They followed a mysterious Decepticon energy signature to Earth. Entering Earth's atmosphere, their ship came under attack from Scourge. As the ship crashed, a Stasis pod was ejected as a trap to contain Scourge. Jetfire explored Earth, but became separated from the comatose Scourge when both were trapped in an avalanche.

Jetfire's flashback ends when Omega Supreme awakens. The massive Autobot apologizes for his underestimation and defeat at the hands of Sunstorm. It's agreed that Bumblebee and Jetfire will follow Sunstorm, and Cliffjumper will remain behind as Omega Supreme's protositter.

On the Autobase, Cybertronian headquarters of the Autobots, Prowl and Perceptor come closer to figuring out the connection between Shockwave's clones and Vector Sigma and figuring out what went wrong in Shockwave's laboratory in Quadrant Epsilon. The two are unaware that the missing clone happened to be wreaking mayhem on Earth at the time, but Prowl does know that Earth does hold some major significance to Shockwave's plans. Disconnected from Perceptor, Prowl enters a meeting with the other Autobots who are on Earth.

Hunting down Sunstorm, Jetfire and Bumblebee discuss attitudes and behavior. Jetfire suggests that at one point, Omega Supreme might have been an emotional brother and not the machine he was last seen as. The subject changes to the nature of Sunstorm and if he's really as crazy as he acts. Right then, they approach an incredible excavation.

Sunstorm stands radiant, using his power to move the earth, directing Starscream to a buried seal adorned with a familiar logo. Sunstorm commands Starscream to open the seal, which only Starscream can do because of an unspecified connection to Megatron. Jetfire and Bumblebee arrive and attack, but Starscream opens the seal in time, unleashing a bright purple light and revealing a hole in the earth leaking darkness. With no place else to go, Jetfire flies inward.

Inside the massive, hidden cavern, the walls appear to be covered in organic wires. Plunging deeper, the two Autobots find themselves trapped between Starscream and his overpowered clone. Changing to robot mode, the four players end up with Starscream under Jetfire's gun and Bumblebee in the grip of Sunstorm, the four standing on a strange mesa inside the cavern, around a pool of electric, purple liquid.

Starscream ends the stalemate by opening fire on Sunstorm—whom Starscream can damage thanks to modifications he made to his null-ray. Because he's jerky, Starscream also takes out Jetfire. About to finish off Bumblebee, Starscream first blasts away Sunstorm once more. With his brother full of holes, Starscream kicks the dying Sunstorm over the edge of mesa into the electric liquid.


"You know, I have to admit that I kind of liked you, kid.
Sure that wide-eyed optimism can be a bit annoying, but you've got gumption, and that goes a long way to earning my respect. Unfortunately…
…even that has its limits.
Any last words?"


Items of note

  • Jetfire's flashback:
    • Operation Containment: The other half of crew on Jetfire's ship are Groundshaker and Countdown. After the two split up from Jetfire and Omega Supreme, they chase Skystalker into the Micromasters miniseries.
    • The Decepticon energy signature underneath the planet's surface is—oh there it is, later in the issue.
    • So that's why Scourge was in the Autobot escape pod that the Autobots and Decepticons fought over in Alaska.
    • Jetfire being buried under ice mirrors his original appearance in the G1 cartoon.
    • There's still no explanation for why Starscream was able to find Jetfire locked aboard the Nemesis.
  • When riding in Jetfire, Bumblebee doesn't wear his seatbelt.
  • In the War Room, the Autobots are being served the same Kremzeek-based drink seen being consumed in a previous issue.
Upside down, it still looks like a sad face
  • See that logo on the seal Starscream opens? Boffo.
  • Was Sunstorm going to say that Starscream is somehow a relative, perhaps son of Megatron? I don't know.
  • Regarding the female robots seen in Issue #0, Roger Lee wrote in the letters page of Issue 3,
"They were definitely SOME sort of female robots. Looks like the lovely Arcee could have some competition in the fem-bot department… keep reading for the full scoop on these new robo-beauties."
But in this issue, Matt Moylan responds to a reader question with:
"Who says those were female robots on the Quintessons' planet?"
  • Wavelengths features an article from the desk of Don Figueroa.
  • On the "Prime Transmissions" page, reader mail is answered by post-production manager, Matt Moylan. There's also cool fan art of Springer submitted by James Trang.


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