|Between the Wars: A Slow Night in Paradise|
|Main character(s):||Abslom Daak|
|Main setting:||Mars Old-Fashioned Alcohol Bar, Paradise, 26th century|
|Illustrator:||Lee Sullivan (4 illustrations)|
|Printed in:||Abslom Daak - Dalek Killer|
|Release date:||27 April 1990|
Between the Wars: A Slow Night in Paradise was a four page short story published in the graphic novel Abslom Daak - Dalek Killer in 1990 by Marvel Comics. It was created to fill a narrative gap between the comic stories Abslom Daak... Dalek Killer and Star Tigers. John Freeman was credited as editor.
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- Arcturans were nimble, with myriad eyes.
- Editor and illustrator credits for this story were listed separately in the graphic novel under Production Notes. Writer John Tomlinson was identified by his given name with the story but by his pseudonym Steve Alan in Production Notes.
- The transformation of a diminutive android into a huge, terrifying monster obsessed with revenge is later echoed in The Incomplete Death's Head with Josiah W. Dogbolter's faithful servant Hob, although the conditions which affect the change differ.
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