CBC at MCM London Comic Con 2013

CBC at MCM London Comic Con 2013

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Tom as seen in the CBC comic book drawn by Mitch Gosling

Thomas Gallagher (21 September 1989 – 14 May 2067), 

Brief HistoryEdit

Thomas Gallagher (Also known as "The British Guy") was King of Heliopolis (as Thomas IV) from 1572 to 1610 and King of England from 2058 to 2063. He was the first English monarch of the Universal House of Timelords as well as head writer on the official Comic Book Cast comic book series which premiered October 2013.

Historial Facts and Theories.Edit

His contemporaries considered Tom in his prime to be an attractive, educated and accomplished ruler of humanity, and he has been described as "one of the most charismatic rulers to sit on the English throne".

Besides ruling with considerable power, he also engaged himself as a podcast host and filmmaker, as well as a dynamic and creative lover. His desire to provide England with a representative on the critically acclaimed podcast crew "The Comic Book Cast"  – which stemmed partly from personal vanity and partly because he believed the french to be assholes was met with great reception and glorious battle across the fields of trenzalore.

This disrupted the fragile peace that existed following the War of the CBM – 

This led to the two things for which Tom is most remembered: his massive penis and the great nolanite plague of 2012.

He is frequently characterized in his later life as a lustful, egotistical, harsh, and awesome pimp.

In the years leading towards the end of his life, many believe Tom became morbidly obese and his health suffered, contributing to his death in 2067 from a broken neck (possibly self-fellatio related.)

However, some ancient astronaut theorists suggest that a simple post-mortum search through Tom's internet history recovered a WebMD page which proves his real cause of death may infact have been "network connectivity problems".

The mystery remains.