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11992/12  
Front coverAlister Pearson1
Ti:Gemini plan10
Cr:W-Dennis Hooper   P/L-Harry Lindfield   I/F-Harry Lindfield   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in Countdown #1-5; BBC TV 1971
Ti:The Amaryll challenge part: 1-44
Cr:W-David Whitaker   P/L-Richard Jennings   I/F-Richard Jennings   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in TV Century 21 #18-21
Ch:The Daleks
Ti:Timebenders16
Cr:W-Dennis Hooper   P/L-Harry Lindfield   I/F-Harry Lindfield   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in Countdown #6-13
Ti:The Vogan Slaves 1/28
Cr:W-Dennis Hooper   P/L-Harry Lindfield   I/F-Harry Lindfield   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in Countdown #15-18
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Intro/Recap-Gary Gilbert2
Text with art/photosFrame count: Complete run down of the Doctor's comic strip adventures. The Hartnell YearsJohn Ainsworth1
Text with art/photosBehind the frame: When did the comic strips start and who created them? Interview with illustrators Bill Mevin and John Canning, and TV Comic editor Dick MillingtonJohn Ainsworth2
Pin-up/PosterPoster of Sophie Aldred from Remembrance of the Daleks (1988) who played the Seventh Doctor's companion, Ace?2
Pin-up/PosterPoster of the Third Doctor faces his foes during the show's Tenth Anniversary in 1973?4
21993/01  
Front coverColin Howard1
Ti:The Vogan Slaves 2/29
Cr:W-Dennis Hooper   P/L-Harry Lindfield   I/F-Harry Lindfield   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in Countdown #19-22
Ti:The Amaryll challenge: Part 5-73
Cr:W-David Whitaker   P/L-Richard Jennings   I/F-Richard Jennings   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in TV Century 21 #22-24
Ch:The Daleks
Ti:The Penta Ray factor: Part 1-44
Cr:W-David Whitaker   P/L-Richard Jennings   I/F-Richard Jennings   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in TV Century 21 #25-28
Ch:The Daleks
Ti:The Klepton parasites20
Cr:W-[N.G.]   P/L-Neville Main   I/F-Neville Main   L-[N.G.]   C-Louise Cassell
Rm:Originally presented in TV Comic #674-683
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Intro/Recap-Gary Gilbert2
Text with art/photosFrame count: Complete run down of the Doctor's comic strip adventures. The Troughton YearsJohn Ainsworth1
Text with art/photosBehind the frame: The Doctor Who comic strips in the seventies. John Ainsworth talks to Countdown editor Dennis Hooper to discover more about this era.John Ainsworth2
Pin-up/PosterPoster of the Seventh DoctorSteven Cook2
Pin-up/PosterPoster of Jon Pertwee as the Third Doctor meeting his enemies first assuming the role in 1970?4
31993/02  
Front coverSteve Sampson1
Ti:The celluloid Midas21
Cr:W-Dennis Hooper   P/L-Harry Lindfield   I/F-Harry Lindfield   L-[N.G.]   C-Louise Cassell
Rm:Originally presented in Countdown #23-32
Ti:Backtime 1/24
Cr:W-Dick O'Neill   P/L-Frank Langford   I/F-Frank Langford   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in Countdown #33-34
Ti:The Penta Ray factor: Part 5-84
Cr:W-David Whitaker   P/L-Richard Jennings   I/F-Richard Jennings   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in TV Century 21 #29-32
Ch:The Daleks
Ti:Plague of death: Part 1-22
Cr:W-David Whitaker   P/L-Richard Jennings   I/F-Richard Jennings   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in TV Century 21 #33-34
Ch:The Daleks
Ti:The Extortioner8
Cr:W-[N.G.]   P/L-John Canning   I/F-John Canning   L-[N.G.]   C-Louise Cassell
Rm:Originally presented in TV Comic #784-787
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Intro/Recap-Gary Gilbert2
Text with art/photosFrame count: List of the Third Doctor's early comic strip adventures.John Ainsworth1
Text with art/photosBehind the frame: As the Doctor Who comic strip moved from Countdown into TV Action, John Ainsworth notes a downward trend, culminationg in a return to TV Comic.John Ainsworth2
Pin-up/PosterPoster of Peri Brown?2
Pin-up/PosterOne of the most belligerent foes the Doctor faced were the Sontarans, including the vicious Field Major Styre from The Sontaran Experiment?4
41993/03  
Front coverColin Andres1
Ti:Backtime 2/210
Cr:W-Dick O'Neill   P/L-Frank Langford   I/F-Frank Langford   L-[N.G.]   C-Christina McCormack
Rm:Originally presented in Countdown #35-39
Ti:The Eternal Present 1/210
Cr:W-Dennis Hooper   P/L-Gerry Haylock, Frank Langford   I/F-Gerry Haylock, Frank Langford   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in Countdown #40-46
Ti:Plague of death: Part 25
Cr:W-David Whitaker   P/L-Richard Jennings   I/F-Richard Jennings   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in TV Century 21 #35-39
Ch:The Daleks
Ti:Menace of the Monstrons: Part 11
Cr:W-David Whitaker   P/L-Richard Jennings   I/F-Richard Jennings   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in TV Century 21 #40
Ch:The Daleks
Ti:The Arkwood experiment12
Cr:W-Roger Cook   P/L-John Canning   I/F-John Canning   L-[N.G.]   C-Louise Cassell
Rm:Originally presented in TV Comic #944-949
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Text with art/photosFrame count: List of the Third Doctor's later comic strip adventures.John Ainsworth1
Text with art/photosBehind the frame: Now returned to TV Comic, the Doctor Who strip soon lost the talents of artist Gerry Haylock and writer Dennis Hooper. John Ainsworth takes a look at the beginning of the end for Polystyle.?2
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Pin-up/PosterOne of the most sophisticated foes the Doctor faced were the Zygons, living under Loch Ness in Terror of the Zygons.?4
51993/03  
Front coverColin Andres1
Ti:The Eternal Present 2/24
Cr:W-Dennis Hooper   P/L-Gerry Haylock   I/F-Gerry Haylock   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in Countdown #45-46
Ti:Sub-zero16
Cr:W-Dennis Hooper   P/L-Gerry Haylock   I/F-Gerry Haylock   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in Countdown #47-54
Ti:The Daleks: Menace of the Monstrons 26
Cr:W-David Whitaker   P/L-Richard Jennings   I/F-Richard Jennings   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in TV Century 21 #41-46
Ti:Death Flower 1/212
Cr:W-[N.G.]   P/L-Gerry Haylock   I/F-Gerry Haylock   L-[N.G.]   C-Louise Cassell
Rm:Originally presented in TV Comic #1204-1209
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Text with art/photosJon Pertwee: The Comic in Comics! (Jon Pertwee discusses his various TV and radio characters and their translation to comic strips)John Ainsworth2
Pin-up/PosterSarah Sutton as Nyssa of Traken (photo by BBC)?2
Pin-up/PosterOne of the most sophisticated interesting races the Doctor encountered - the Ice Warriors. Sometime friend, sometime foe but always unpredictable...?4
Text with art/photosFrame count (John Ainsworth lists the early part of the Fourth Doctor's comic strip adventures.)John Ainsworth1
Text with art/photosBehind the frame (TV Comic was dead - long live Mighty TV Comic. The Doctor Who strip went through a strange assortment of shapes and sizes before finally dwindling away in 1979. John Ainsworth examines the end of an era... and prepares for the start of another.)John Ainsworth2
61993/04  
Front coverSteve Whitaker1
Ti:Planet of the Daleks20
Cr:W-Dennis Hooper   P/L-Gerry Haylock   I/F-Gerry Haylock   L-[N.G.]   C-Steve Whitaker
Rm:Originally presented in Countdown #55-58, TV Action + Countdown #59-62
Ti:The Daleks: The eve of the war5
Cr:W-David Whitaker   P/L-Richard Jennings, Ron Turner   I/F-Richard Jennings, Ron Turner   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in TV Century 21 #47-51
Ti:Death Flower 2/210
Cr:W-[N.G.]   P/L-Gerry Haylock   I/F-Gerry Haylock   L-[N.G.]   C-Louise Cassell
Rm:Originally presented in TV Comic #1210-1214
Ti:The Daleks: The archives of Phryne7
Cr:W-David Whitaker   P/L-Eric Eden   I/F-Eric Eden   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in TV Century 21 #52-58
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Text with art/photosFrame count (John Ainsworth lists the late years of the Fourth Doctor's comic strip adventures.)John Ainsworth1
Pin-up/PosterMark Strickson as Vislor Turlough?2
Pin-up/PosterThey crashed landed on earth whilst fleeing captivity. But instead of reaching out the hand of friendship, the Terileptils attempted to wipe out humanity by plaque...?4
Text with art/photosBehind the frame (Almost fifteen years after the Doctor Who strip began in TV Comic Marvel Comics UK Ltd began Doctor Who Weekly, the first regular magazine exclusively devoted to the show. John Ainsworth looks at the early days of a publication which, as Doctor Who Magazine, is still going strong today.)John Ainsworth2
71993/05  
Front coverBill Mevin1
Ti:A stitch in time24
Cr:W-Dick O'Neill   P/L-Gerry Haylock   I/F-Gerry Haylock   L-[N.G.]   C-Steve Whitaker
Rm:Originally presented in TV Action + Countdown #63-70
Ti:The ordeals of Demeter8
Cr:W-[N.G.]   P/L-Bill Mevin   I/F-Bill Mevin   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in TV Comic #720-723
Ti:Enter: The Go-Ray8
Cr:W-[N.G.]   P/L-Bill Mevin   I/F-Bill Mevin   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in TV Comic #724-727
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Pin-up/PosterMatthew Waterhouse as AdricMat Irvine2
Pin-up/PosterYonder the Yeti! The Great Intelligence's ferocious robot servants that terrorised the Second Doctor, Jamie and Victoria on the slopes of the Himalayas...?4
Text with art/photosFrame count (John Ainsworth lists the adventures of the Fifth and Sixth Doctors in comic strip form.)John Ainsworth1
Text with art/photosBehind the frame (1982 - and Peter Davison was the new Doctor. The Tides of Time marked a whole new direction for the Doctor Who comic strips.)John Ainsworth2
81993/06  
Front coverSteve Sampson1
Ti:The Daleks: The rouge planet4
Cr:W-David Whitaker   P/L-Ron Turner   I/F-Ron Turner   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in TV Century 21 #59-62
Ti:The Trodos tyranny10
Cr:W-[N.G.]   P/L-John Canning   I/F-John Canning   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in TV Comic #748-752
Ti:Return of the Trods8
Cr:W-[N.G.]   P/L-John Canning   I/F-John Canning   L-[N.G.]   C-Louise Cassell
Rm:Originally presented in TV Comic #772-775
Ti:The Trodos ambush12
Cr:W-[N.G.]   P/L-John Canning   I/F-John Canning   L-[N.G.]   C-Louise Cassell
Rm:Originally presented in TV Comics #788-791
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Text with art/photosThe Daleks (Andrew Pixley takes a look at the popular strip adventures of Terry Nation's Skarosians. Chronicled in TV Century 21 each week during the Sixties, David Whitaker wrote many colourful tales of the Daleks, from their origins through to their mastery of space. Plus, a Frame Count special, listing the stories chronologically.)Andrew Pixley3
Text with art/photosFrame count (John Ainsworth lists the Seventh Doctor's comic strip adventures.)John Ainsworth1
Text with art/photosBehind the frame (As the Sixth Doctor arrived in the strips, John Ridgway oversaw the art on them all. John Ainsworth looks at the brief adventures of a Time Lord, a Penguin and Peri Brown!)John Ainsworth2
TextBeware the Trods! (As an introduction to the alarming menace of the Trods, the Doctor' grown-up grandson, John Who tells all...)?1
Pin-up/PosterThe second incarnation of Romana?2
Pin-up/PosterFrom beneath the ground they emerged in Derbyshire - they were the Silurians!?4
91993/07  
Front coverColin Howard1
Ti:Dr. Who and the Daleks31
Cr:W-[N.G.]   P/L-Dick Giordano   I/F-Sal Trapani   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Freely adapted from the 1965 Amicus movie "Dr. Who and the Daleks" starring Peter Cushing and Roy Castle.
Ti:The Neutron Knight8
Cr:W-Steve Parkhouse   P/L-Dave Gibbons   I/F-Dave Gibbons   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in Doctor Who Monthly #60
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Pin-up/PosterThe first incarnation of Romana?2
Pin-up/PosterServants of the Daleks and the Master, the brutish Ogrons battled the Third Doctor and Jo Grant on two occasions.?4
Text with art/photosBehind the frame (As Frobisher the Penguin gave way to Olla the heat vampire, the Seventh Doctor arrived in the comics. According to artist John Ridgway, he looked like a tortoise!)John Ainsworth2
101993/08  
Front coverAlister Pearson1
Ti:The Tides of Time (B) 1/232
Cr:W-Steve Parkhouse   P/L-Dave Gibbons   I/F-Dave Gibbons   L-[N.G.]   C-Paul Vyse
Rm:Originally presented in Dr. Who Monthly #61-64
Ti:Shark bait8
Cr:W-[N.G.]   P/L-Bill Mevin   I/F-Bill Mevin   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in TV Comic #728-731
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Pin-up/PosterLeela of the Sevateem?2
Pin-up/PosterAlister Pearson's stunning cover for this issue of Doctor Who Classic Comics, depicting The Tides of TimeAlister Pearson4
Text with art/photosBehind the frame (For the last time, John Ainsworth casts his eye over the ever changing adventures of the Seventh Doctor in Doctor Who Magazine and The Incredible Hulk Presents.)John Ainsworth3
111993/09  
Front coverColin Howard1
Ti:The Tides of Time (B) 2/225
Cr:W-Steve Parkhouse   P/L-Dave Gibbons   I/F-Dave Gibbons   L-[N.G.]   C-Dave Gibbons, Paul Vyse
Rm:Originally presented in Dr. Who Monthly #65-68
Ti:The Doctor stikes back12
Cr:W-[N.G.]   P/L-John Canning   I/F-John Canning   L-[N.G.]   C-Christina McCormack
Rm:Originally presented in TV Comic #792-795
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Pin-up/PosterSarah Jane Smith (by BBC)?2
Pin-up/PosterThe Kraals, evil scientific warlords who wanted to use Earth as their new home, replacing humanity with android duplicates in 1975's The Android Invasion (by BBC)?4
Text with art/photosStripped Assets: Beginning an irregular series of interviews with the creators of the Doctor Who comic strips, Alan Woollcombe talks to artist Dave Gibbons, whose The Tides of Time work is reprinted in this issue.Alan Woollcombe, Dave Gibbons4
Infos and statsVWORP VWORP: John Ainsworth begins a new, detailed chronology of the Doctor Who comic strips, noting writers, artists, dates of publication and a short synopsis of each adventure.John Ainsworth2
121993/10  
Front coverSteve Whitaker1
Ti:The enemy from nowhere24
Cr:W-Dennis Hooper   P/L-Gerry Haylock   I/F-Gerry Haylock   L-[N.G.]   C-Paul Vyse
Rm:Originally presented in TV Action + Countdown #71-78
Ti:Impasse7
Cr:W-David Whitaker   P/L-Ron Turner   I/F-Ron Turner   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in TV Century 21 #63-69
Ch:The Daleks
Ti:The Therovian quest12
Cr:W-[N.G.]   P/L-Neville Main   I/F-Neville Main   L-[N.G.]   C-Christina McCormack
Rm:Originally presented in TV Comic #684-689
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Pin-up/PosterKaty Manning as the Third Doctor's travelling companion Jo Grant, in a scene from 1971's Colony in Space (by BBC)?2
Pin-up/PosterA sinister bear-like beast from the 1978 Doctor Who story The Androids of Tara (by BBC)?4
Infos and statsVWORP VWORP: John Ainsworth begins a new, detailed chronology of the Doctor Who comic strips, noting writers, artists, dates of publication and a short synopsis of each adventure.John Ainsworth2
131993/11  
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141993/12  
Front coverNeal Sutton1
Ti:Planet of the dead16
Cr:W-John Freeman   P/L-Lee Sullivan   I/F-Lee Sullivan   L-Zed   C-Paul Vyse
Rm:Originally presented in Doctor Who Magazine #141-142
Ti:The Terrorkon harvest6
Cr:W-David Whitaker   P/L-Ron Turner   I/F-Ron Turner   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in TV Century 21 #70-75
Ch:The Daleks
Ti:Woden's warriors5
Cr:W-Geoff Cowan   P/L-John M. Burns   I/F-John M. Burns   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in TV Comic Annual 1976
Ti:The Ugrakks12
Cr:W-Dennis Hooper   P/L-Gerry Haylock   I/F-Gerry Haylock   L-[N.G.]   C-David Leach
Rm:Originally presented in Countdown + TV Action #85-88
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Pin-up/PosterThe UNIT team from Season Seven on location for Doctor Who and the Silurians. (by BBC)?2
Pin-up/PosterThe seventh Doctor WhoNeal Sutton4
Infos and statsVWORP VWORP: The beginning of the Troughton eraJohn Ainsworth3
151994/01  
Front coverBill Mevin1
Ti:A Christmas story8
Cr:W-[N.G.]   P/L-Bill Mevin   I/F-Bill Mevin   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in TV Comic #732-735
Ti:Steelfist15
Cr:W-Dennis Hooper   P/L-Gerry Haylock   I/F-Gerry Haylock   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in TV Action + Countdown #89-93
Ti:The Zeron Invasion 1/212
Cr:W-[N.G.]   P/L-Gerry Haylock   I/F-Gerry Haylock   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in TV Action + Countdown #94-97
Ti:Legacy of Yesteryear 1/25
Cr:W-[N.G.]   P/L-[N.G.]   I/F-[N.G.]   L-[N.G.]   C-[N.G.]
Rm:Originally presented in TV Century 21 #76-80
Ch:The Daleks
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Other art/photosThe Telesnap Archive: Fury from the Deep; Beginning this issue - our major new photographic discovery. Re-live the fear and tension of the first episode of this missing classic.Victor Pemberton, Marcus Hearn3
Pin-up/Poster(By BBC)?4
Infos and statsVWORP VWORP: Continuing our look at the Troughton ear of the comic stripsJohn Ainsworth2
Doctor Who: Age of Chaos (Marvel UK) (1994) Save link
11994  
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21994  
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31994  
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41994  
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Cr:W-Colin Baker   P/L-Barrie Mitchell   I/F-John M. Burns