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A Visual History of Doctor Who Companions

by Kenny Hoeschen
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Did you know that 4% of Doctor Who’s companions have been robots? That, of the human companions, 60% were female? What about that the first line of dialogue ever heard in Doctor Who was spoken by a companion, namely Barbara Wright (played by Jacqueline Hill)? Mirror.co.uk (the online presence of the British tabloid newspaper, the Daily Mirror, has put together a detailed infographic on the history of Doctor Who’s companions. The graphic also gives us a preview of the newest companion played by Jenna-Louise Coleman.

The graphic shown above is just a fraction of the full graphic available on the mirror.co.uk site. Click through for all the details. Resistance is useless.

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