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    Default Doctor Who's super hero team

    Imagine that the Doctor had a threat so bad that he needed to form a superhero team using characters from different tv shows, who would they be? Try to use shows that are not connected to Doctor Who.
    To paint comic books as childish and illiterate is lazy. A lot of comic books are very literate - unlike most films.
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    hrm..

    The Lone Gunmen from X-Files
    Rigel from Farscape
    and Hiro from Heroes.. though the timey-wimeyness of two time manipulators might get a bit complicated.. those are just the characters I could see the Doctor being attracted to.

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    MacGyver
    Michael Knight and Kitt
    Red Dwarf crew
    Mulder and Scully
    Lone Gunmen
    Bionic Man and Woman
    Charlies Angels
    Mission Impossible team
    Sherlock Holmes
    Star Trek TOS, TNG, DS9, VOY. and ENT. crews
    Babylon 5 crew
    Firefly crew
    Farscape crew
    SG1
    SG: Atlantis crew
    Galactica crew
    Buffy
    Heroes from...Heroes...
    Castiel from Supernatural (Sam and Dean could come to, I'm sure)

    Plus of course he could grab actual super heroes from their respective shows: Superman, Spider-Man, Wonder Woman, Batman&Robin, Hulk, Tick, Thermal Man, Electra Woman and Dyna Girl, MANTIS, Flash, Green Hornet&Kato...heck, with Smallville and the unaired Justice League pilot added he could have a super powered army.
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    MacGyver
    Definitely.
    :D Good one.

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    MacGuyver (MacGuyver) - his inventiveness would be a big asset
    Hiro (Heroes) - his powers and the Doctor together would be an interesting combo.
    Spock (Star Trek) - His logic in the face of whatever they're confronting would be a big help
    Xena (Xena Warrior Princess) - need a warrior woman in there
    Duncan MacLeod (Highlander) - he and the Doctor may have traveled in the same circles at one point. And his sword can back up Xena
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    Gary Seven from the Star Trek episode Assignment Earth could work. He even has similar gadgets and is himself a time traveller. Plus the cat and Teri Garr character are arguably his 'companions'. In fact AE was a sort of 'backdoor pilot' for a series that never materialized (except in comic book form).

    Maybe they can use that in an IDW crossover if they continue that.


    Also James Bond. There's of course the changing faces, but in fact the series in the 70's did have a lot of influence from the Bond films, especially the Pertwee years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisIII View Post
    Also James Bond. There's of course the changing faces, but in fact the series in the 70's did have a lot of influence from the Bond films, especially the Pertwee years.
    Did James Bond have a TV show?
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    oops! Oh well. Technically Bond has appeared on TV though in the 1950's American TV movie version of Casino Royale though. Although he was "Jim Bond".

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