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Time Bomb
Series: Doctor Who -
Sixth Doctor comic strip stories
Doctor: Sixth Doctor
Companions: Frobisher
Setting: Hedron
Author: Jamie Delano
Editor: Sheila Cranna
Artist: John Ridgway
Lettering: Annie Halfacree
Published In: Doctor Who Magazine 114-116
Publication: July - September 1986
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Format: Comic - 3 parts
Previous Story: Nature of the Beast
Next Story: Salad Daze

Contents

Summary

The Doctor and Frobisher are traveling in the Doctor's TARDIS on their way to meet Peri for a baseball game on Earth when the TARDIS is hit by a time cannon -- a technology which only Gallifrey is supposed to possess. Intent on finding the cannon and destroying it, the Doctor materializes the TARDIS at the cannon's origin point on the planet Hedron. The Hedrons had used the cannon to destroy all traces of genetic imperfection in their species.

As the Doctor and Frobisher exit the TARDIS they are captured by a robot and placed with the other genetic imperfection and hit with the time cannon which sends them back to prehistoric Earth. Luckily, the TARDIS is also hit by the canon and travels with them. The Doctor locates the cube of genetic imperfections and takes it with him in order to prevent it from contaminating life on Earth. But before he and Frobisher can reenter the TARDIS, bodies of dead Hedrons begin to appear. It seams as if the Hedrons are continuing to use their cannon.

Although he is desperate to prevent the Hedrons from contaminating earth any further, he decides that he should pick up Peri in case she could help talk to the Hedrons. Materializing in New York City in the year 1980, the Doctor and Frobisher find Earth controlled by sentient reptiles. Apparently the Hedrons' genetic material has altered the course of life on Earth so that humans never evolved.

The Doctor and Frobisher bid a hasty retreat and return to prehistoric Earth in order to attempt to reverse the damage done by the Hedrons. While the Doctor mulls over the situation, Frobisher decides to grab a bite to eat but before long a large aquatic dinosaur decides to try to eat him. In an attempt to rescue Frobisher, the Doctor grabs the nearest object and hurls it at the dinosaur. Unfortunately, the nearest object was a sphere containing Hedron genetic material which smashes open causing the dinosaur to flee but also irreversibly contaminating prehistoric Earth.

Angry that Frobisher has caused him to further contaminate life on Earth the Doctor and Frobisher return to Hedron so that they can at least destroy the time cannon and prevent it from doing any further damage to the universe. When they arrive on Hedron, however, they find that everyone has died through some terrible cataclysm. Finding a recording from one of the last Hedrons they learn that the cause of the destruction was a space ship that had crashed on the planet, releasing microbes and poisons which the Hedrons had eliminated and to which their immune systems had no defense. As it turns out the origin of the deadly space ship was none other than the planet Earth. Thus, time had healed its own wounds and the genetic material that the Hedrons had banished from their planet had come back to them with deadly results.

The Doctor destroys the time cannon and he and Frobisher take the TARDIS back meat Peri in New York City in 1980 for a baseball game. As the Doctor exits the TARDIS he ponders if they will be able to sneak into the game without paying. This seems unlikely, however, as the final panel reveals that The TARDIS has materialized in the middle of the baseball field.

Characters

References

  • The TARDIS is hit by a time cannon

Notes

  • Although Peri is mentioned several times her character does not actually appear in this story.

Continuity

to be added

External Links

  • Doctor Who Reference Guide - Detailed Synopsis - Time Bomb
view edit < Late Sixth Doctor comics in Doctor Who Magazine
issues 108 109 110 111, 112, 113 114, 115, 116 117 118, 119 120, 121, 122 123, 124, 125, 126 127, 128, 129
Stories Exodus Revelation Genesis! Nature of the Beast Time Bomb Salad Daze Changes Profits of Doom The Gift The World Shapers
Companion(s) Frobisher & Peri Frobisher, Peri & Jamie

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Final Fantasy

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Bomb is a genus in the Arcana family in Final Fantasy XI.

Species

  • Ancient Bomb
  • Azer
  • Balloon
  • Bifrons
  • Bomb
  • Cannonball
  • Enna-enna
  • Explosure
  • Feu Follet
  • Fox Fire
  • Friar's Lantern
  • Glide Bomb
  • Grenade
  • Hellmine
  • Ignis Fatuus
  • Lava Bomb
  • Napalm
  • Puroboros
  • Shrapnel
  • Spunkie
  • Teine Sith
  • Volcanic Bomb
  • Volcanic Gas
  • Will-o'-the-Wisp
  • Will-o'-the Wykes


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Notorious Monsters

  • Aerial Torpedo
  • Bifrons
  • Big Bomb
  • Bomb Bastard
  • Bomb King
  • Bomb Prince
  • Bomb Princess
  • Bomb Queen
  • Bombast
  • Chandelier
  • Dark Spark
  • Forger
  • Friar Rush
  • Giddy Bomb
  • Hazmat
  • Logi
  • Mad Bomber
  • Magma
  • Pandemonium Lamp
  • Rancor Torch
  • Reacton
  • Time Bomb
  • Wildfire


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Special Attacks

  • Berserk: Increases Attack but lowers Defense.
  • Heat Wave: AoE Burn.
  • Hellstorm: AoE Fire damage based on remaining HP.
  • Self-Destruct: AoE Fire damage based on remaining HP. Kills the user.
  • Vulcanian Impact: Single target Fire damage.


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Marvel Database

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Real Name
Current Alias

Aliases
Tabby, Boomer, Boom-Boom, Firecracker, Time Bomb, Mutate #35, Nancy Forrester

Identity

Alignment

Affiliation
Formerly Nextwave, Cable's Underground, X-Force, former member of the New Mutants and X-Terminators, former associate of X-Factor and the Beyonder, Genoshan Mutates, Fallen Angels, 198

Relatives
Marty Smith (father), Amanda "Mandy" Smith (mother), Wanda Jo Bialowsky (step-mother)

Universe

Characteristics
Gender

Height
5' 5"

Weight
122 lbs (55 kg)

Eyes

Hair

Status
Citizenship

Marital Status

Occupation
Adventurer, former student, thief, member of HATE

Origin
Origin
Tabitha is a mutant, born with her powers

Place of Birth


First appearance

Secret Wars II #5
(November, 1985)

Contents

History

Tabitha Smith as "Boomer"

Teenager Tabitha Smith had not gotten along with her parents for most of her life, so when her mutant powers emerged, her parents were appalled. Resentful towards her father, Tabitha put a small explosive ball of energy in his food. In retaliation, her father beat her severely. Somehow learning there was a school for mutants in New York's Westchester County -- which was, in fact, Professor Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters, headquarters for the hero teams X-Men and the New Mutants -- Tabitha ran away from home, journeying there by train and giving herself the code name Time Bomb.

Near Washington DC, the train was wrecked on a whim by the cosmic entity calling itself the Beyonder. Thinking he was a mutant, Tabitha accompanied him. The Beyonder abandoned her but returned and took her to Xavier's school. There the X-Men and New Mutants attacked the Beyonder, who escaped. Tabitha, frightened and bewildered by witnessing the attack, left, but was later found by the Beyonder, who brought her to a distant planet that he called "World Complex Headquarters" of the alien Celestials. There, threatening to destroy the universe, the Beyonder fought and seemingly defeated a number of Celestials. However, that planet was not truly the Celestials' headquarters, and the Celestials allowed the Beyonder to "defeat" them, presumably in order to observe him in action.

Terrified, Tabitha demanded that the Beyonder transport her back to Earth and leave her, and the Beyonder complied. Back on Earth, Tabitha alerted the Avengers about the Beyonder. Summoning the Beyonder, Tabitha thereby led him into an ambush by the Avengers and other costumed champions before fleeing the scene. The Beyonder, who had regarded Tabitha as his only friend, allowed the Avengers to defeat him, but then left.

Making her way to Los Angeles, Tabitha, calling herself Boom-Boom, encountered the mutant criminal known as the Vanisher, who made her a member of his gang of thieves, the Fallen Angels, and taught her how to steal. Believing that the Vanisher was treating her badly, Tabitha alerted X-Factor to his presence, as she believed the group to be mutant hunters. When two members of X-Factor arrived, the Beast and Iceman, Tabitha changed her mind about turning in the Vanisher and used her "time bomb" power on the Iceman as a prank. The Beast and Iceman pursued her and caught up to her in their costumed identities. She agreed to leave the Vanisher's gang and live at X-Factor headquarters instead.

At one point, Tabitha had set off another of her "time bombs" in the X-Factor laboratory as a prank, and Iceman pursued her through the headquarters. Another member of the Fallen Angels, Ariel, used her powers to enable Tabitha to escape X-Factor headquarters. Tabitha again stayed for a time with the Fallen Angels, but after an adventure on another planet with them, Tabitha returned to X-Factor headquarters.

She was immediately captured, however, by the anti-mutant organization called the Right. Tabitha and other mutants associated with X-Factor regained their freedom, however, and she and her fellow X-Factor trainees went into action as the team called the X-Terminators. About the same time, the New Mutants were left without a headquarters of their own and lived temporarily at X-Factor's. Tabitha was one of the X-Terminators to join the New Mutants when the two teams merged.

As a member of the New Mutants, she followed the group under the leadership of Cannonball and, later, Cable. She also remained with the group as Cable transformed it into X-Force. During this time, she became enamored with Cannonball and the two developed a romantic relationship.

During her time with X-Force, Tabitha underwent a series of progressive changes in attitude, growing more and more serious as her role as a costumed hero. For a short time at the beginning of her tenure, she called herself Boomer. Later, she changed her code name to Meltdown to better match her more drastic changes in looks and attitude. Eventually, Tabitha was forced to confront her past and deal with the broken relationships of her family.

When Cannonball was asked to leave X-Force and join the X-Men, Tabitha reluctantly let him go, knowing their relationship would end. She continued to adventure alongside X-Force, and briefly became enamored of her teammate Sunspot. However, when Cannonball returned to the team months later, the two resumed their relationship.

X-Force later agreed to be led by the British ex-government agent Pete Wisdom, who once again turned the team into an underground paramilitary force, at one point faking their own death in order to operate more clandestinely. After one adventure, X-Force survived being in the center of a Vibranium bomb explosion. The team decided to let the world believe them dead and to use this status to secretly infiltrate and destroy anti-mutant organizations around the world. After half a year of this hit-and-run strategy, they learned of a great underground complex where Wisdom's sister Romany was infecting people with alien DNA to alter the human race. In the final battle, X-Force destroyed the alien complex and was believed dead.

Tabitha and X-Force reappeared at a press conference of a new team calling itself X-Force, challenging the team (now, X-Statix) in dispute for their name. During the battle, Tabitha was teleported by X-Statix' U-Go Girl, left high into the air above a busy freeway. As for X-Force, the heroes were ultimately forced to retreat and presumably disbanded shortly afterward.

When Cable discovered hints to the existence of a revamped Weapon X program, one designed to use mutants to hunt down and intern other mutants, Cable created an organization to investigate the program and the existence of its internment camp, Neverland. He dubbed the organization the Underground, and invited Meltdown to join his elite group. Ultimately, Cable's Underground group was joined by Weapon X agent Brent Jackson, who hoped to stage a coup against the Director and had formed his own resistance group with fellow agents -- Washout, Marrow, Wild Child, and Sauron.

With Washout's help and sacrifice, the Underground was able to infiltrate the Weapon X complex, ousting the Director and nearly crippling the program. However, before the final defeat, agent Jackson betrayed the Underground, turning Cable's psychic powers against his allies. Jackson captured the Underground members and altered their memories to erase everything they saw and learned about the program. Even so, Cable and the Underground escaped, aided by Weapon X's Marrow, and believed the program to be nothing more than a military cover story.

Nextwave

Tabitha Smith in Nextwave

Shortly afterwards, Tabitha grew her hair long and eschewed her codename, re-appearing as a founding member of Nextwave[1]. The Highest Anti-Terrorism Effort, or H.A.T.E. (a subsidiary of the Beyond Corporation©) formed the team. Tabitha Smith's new team included Monica Rambeau (formerly Captain Marvel, the leader of the Avengers), Elsa Bloodstone, Aaron Stack and The Captain.

Tabitha stole the Marketingplan air craft from H.A.T.E after discovers through theft that a former terrorist cell called S.I.L.E.N.T. morphed into the Beyond Corporation©. They found the corporation’s marketing plan, which involved using H.A.T.E. and their own resources to product-test unusual WMDs on the American public. The biological weapon was revealed to be Fin Fang Foom, a giant lizard which clambered from underground and proceeded to wreck the building site.

After putting an end to the threat of Fin Fang Foom in Abcess, North Dakota, Nextwave moved on to Illinois. Tabitha managed to subdue Mac Mangel, a corrupt police officer who had been taken as a host by the Ultra Samurai Seed, with a time bomb. The Ultra Samurai metallic shell disintegrated, leaving Mangel crushed on the ground. Upon learning that he was a police officer, Tabitha and Aaron began to beat Mangel before Rambeau intervened.

The team were later attacked by 'The New Paramounts', a team consisting of Not Brand Echh characters including Forbush Man, The Inedible Bulk and Charlie America. Forbush Man attempted to use his mind control powers on Tabitha, but was shocked to find they didn't work on her as she apparently had no mind. Tabitha subsequently killed Forbush Man, saving her teammates.

Manifest Destiny

Tabitha relocated with the rest of the X-men to San Francisco. On a shopping spree, she encountered Nuwa wreaking havoc on the local shopping scene. After researching Nuwa's weakness, Tabitha defeated her new enemy.

Later abducted by anti-mutant extremists, the Sapien League, alongside Surge and Hellion. Tabitha was held hostage by their leader, the Leper Queen when the mutant strike force X-Force invaded her headquarters looking for the lost mutants. When X-Force were forcibly transported into the future by Cyclops, the Leper Queen, angry at not being killed by the team, shot Tabitha in the head.[2] Arriving just prior to the shot, X-23 managed to prevent Tabitha's death by shooting the Leper Queen.[3]

Powers and Abilities

Powers

Meltdown is a Alpha-level mutant.

Time Bombs: can create balls of plasma, which she calls her "time bombs." These "bombs" explode with concussive force. She can produce marble-sized "bombs" which have little concussive impact and which she uses for playing pranks. She has produced "time bombs" ranging up to the size of beach balls, which, when they explode, can smash tree trunks and even metal objects. The amount of concussive impact depends on the size of the bomb she creates, and she can, at least to some extent, control the amount of time until it detonates. After training with X-Factor and adventuring with X-Force, she has learned increasingly greater control over the energy she generates. She can now muffle the sound of the detonation to a limited extent and generate explosive energy as streams that respond to her thought directions. Now possessing greater control over her powers, she can even reabsorb the energy of non-detonated bombs and is no longer afraid to use her time bombs in nearly lethal ways.

Paraphernalia

Transportation

Shockwave Rider.

Links

Discover and Discuss

  1. a new off-beat and more than slightly satirical super-hero team featured in an eponymous comic book series created by Warren Ellis and Stuart Immonen. The series included other 2nd-string characters rescued from Marvel limbo
  2. X-Force Vol 3 #13
  3. X-Force Vol 3 #17

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Time Bomb
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English: Time Bomb
Attribute: FIRE Image:Fire.png
Types: Machine/Effect
Level: 1 Image:Star.png
ATK/DEF: 0/0
Card Lore: Tribute this card to destroy all monsters on the field with 1000 ATK or less.
Sets with this Card: Hierarchy of the Underworld - HAUW-031 - Common
Card Limit: Unlimited
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