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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Contents

A History of the Doctor Who Comic Strip Adventures

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Comic Strip Adventures Featuring the Doctor

Back-up Comic Strip Adventures Not Featuring the Doctor

By Title

By Publication

Comic Strip Adventures by Comic / Magazine Publications

Regular Issues

Polystyle

From 1966-1978, Polystyle Publications, Ltd. held the license to produce comics based upon Doctor Who. They offered the first comic homes of the First-Fourth Doctors, as well as Jamie, the Brig, Liz Shaw, Sarah Jane and Leela.

(TVC) TV Comic
  • TV Comic (by TV Publications Ltd. 14th November 1966 to 17th December 1966)
  • TV Comic (publisher unknown December 1966 - January 1970)
  • TV Comic (by Polystyle Publications Ltd. 17th January 1970 to 6th December 1971)
  • TV Comic Plus TV Action (by Polystyle Publications Ltd. 1st September 1973 to 22nd January 1973)
  • TV Comic (by Polystyle Publications Ltd. 29th December 1973 to 3rd August 1974)
  • TV Comic plus Tom and Jerry Weekly (by Polystyle Publications Ltd. 10th August 1974 to 21st December 1974)
  • TV Comic (by Polystyle Publications Ltd. 28th December 1974 to 4th January 1975)
  • TV Comic (by Polystyle Publications Ltd. 11th January 1975 to 11th August 1976)
  • Mighty TV Comic (by Polystyle Publications Ltd. 18th August 1976 to 12th December 1977)
  • TV Comic (by Polystyle Publications Ltd. 19th November 1977 to 18th August 1978)
(TVA) Countdown/TV Action
  • Countdown (by Polystyle Publications Ltd. 20th February 1971 to 25th December 1971
  • Countdown For TV Action (by Polystyle Publications Ltd. 1st January 1972 to 18th March 1972)
  • TV Action in Countdown (by Polystyle Publications Ltd. 25th March 1972)
  • TV Action + Countdown (by Polystyle Publications Ltd. 1st April 1972 to 13th January 1973)
  • TV Action (by Polystyle Publications Ltd. 20th January 1973 to 18th August 1973)

Marvel UK

When Polystyle's license expired, Marvel UK took it over. At first just focussed on the publication of Doctor Who Weekly, Marvel would eventually venture several other Doctor Who venues, and even occasionally allow the Doctor into the wider "Marvel UK universe".

(DWM) Doctor Who Magazine

  • Doctor Who Weekly (Marvel Comics Ltd. 17th October 1979 to 6th August 1980)
  • Doctor Who (by Marvel Comics Ltd. August 1980 to January 1982)
  • Doctor Who Magazine (by Marvel Comics Ltd. February 1982 to January 1984)
  • The Official Doctor Who Magazine (by Marvel Comics Ltd. February 1984 to March 1985)
  • The Doctor Who Magazine (by Marvel Comics Ltd. April 1985 to November 1985)
  • Doctor Who Magazine (by Marvel Comics Ltd. December 1985 to October 1987)
  • Doctor Who Magazine (by Panini UK Ltd. from issue 236)
  • The Incredible Hulk Presents ( by Marvel Comics Ltd. 7th October 1989 to 23rd December 1989)
  • Death's Head (by Marvel Comics Ltd. 1989)
  • The Incomplete Death's Head (by Marvel Comics Ltd. 1993)

BBC Magazines

On occasion, the BBC have exercised their own right to publish Doctor Who comic strips in BBC Magazines publications.

(RT) Radio Times
(DWAM) Doctor Who Adventures

GE Fabbri Ltd

As a part of the card trading game, Doctor Who: Battles in Time, the BBC allowed manufacturer GE Fabbri Ltd to produce a tie-in magazine, which also featured new comic material.

(DWBIT) Doctor Who: Battles in Time
  • Doctor Who: Battles in Time comic strip stories

IDW Publishing

The BBC gave IDW Publishing the licence to publish Doctor Who comics in the US. This included both original comics and material published by Marvel UK.

Irregular issues

  • TV Comic
  • Countdown
  • Doctor Who Magazine

Comic Strip Adventures by Annuals / Yearbooks

  • TV Comic Annuals (by Polystyle Publications Ltd.)
  • TV Action Annuals (by Polystyles Publications Ltd.

(DWA) Doctor Who Annuals and Yearbooks

  • Doctor Who Annuals (by World Distributers Ltd.)
  • Doctor Who Yearbooks (by Marvel Comics Ltd.)
  • Doctor Who Annuals (by Panini UK Ltd.)

Humorous / Spoof Comic Strips

Published in Doctor Who Magazine

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Published elsewhere

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Books

Publications reprinting comic strip material

  • TV Comic (regular issues)
(issues 1386-1389)
(issues 1390-1392)
(issues 1393-1396)
(issues 1397-1400)
(issues 1401-1403)
(issues 1404-1408)
(issues 1409-1415)
(issues 1416-1423)
(issues 1424-1430)

Miscellaneous Sources and One-off Specials

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External Links

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

This article is about comic strips. You may be looking for comic books.

Comic strips are comics, presented in a series of strips.

A number of Star Wars comics strips were first published in newspapers by the Los Angeles Times Syndicate starting in 1979. Most of these stories were edited, colored, and reprinted in comic book form by Dark Horse Comics decades later. For more information on this series, and its later comic book reprints, see Star Wars Comic Strip.

Starting in 2004, all-new comic strips known as "webstrips" were published on StarWars.com's Hyperspace, alongside reprints of most of the original strips from the 1970s and 1980s.

This article is a stub about a comic. You can help Wookieepedia by expanding it.

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