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|Doctor Who and the Dogs of Doom|
|Main enemy:||Werelox, Daleks|
|Main setting:||Spacehog, New Earth and the Dalek battle craft, in the New Earth System, 24th century|
|Writer:||Pat Mills, John Wagner|
|Printed in:||Doctor Who Weekly 27-34|
|Release date:||16 April - 5 June 1980|
|Format:||Comic - 8 parts (34 pages)|
|DWM comic stories|
|Doctor Who and the Star Beast||Doctor Who and the Time Witch|
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- Bill Brewster
- Joe Bean
- Babe Roth
- Fourth Doctor
- Benson Roth
- Wilson K. Wilson
- Babe's daughter
- The Daleks capture a Xxarqon, a Tentrax and a Glarosus.
- Babe Roth mentions that humanity settled in the New Earth System for fifty years since 2380.
- The New Earth System contains thirty habitable planets, including Davy Crockett, New Earth, Queen Victoria, Little Yugoslavia and New Yugoslavia.
- K9 can destroy Daleks with his photon beams.
- Sharon obtains a yellow jumpsuit in this story, wearing it throughout the rest of her time travelling with the Doctor.
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Original print details Edit
- Publication with page count and closing captions
- DWM 27 (5 pages) Next Week: Strike Hard! Strike Deep!
- DWM 28 (4 pages) Next Week: Death-Moon!
- DWM 29 (4 pages) Next Week: The Beast Inside!
- DWM 30 (4 pages) Next Issue: The Dalek Masters!
- DWM 31 (5 pages) Next Week: Alien Zoo!
- DWM 32 (4 pages) Next Week: Revolt of the Beasts!
- DWM 33 (4 pages) Next Week: Bye-Bye, Good Buddy?
- DWM 34 (4 pages) Next Issue: The Doctor, Sharon and K-9 Meet the... Time Witch!
- Doctor Who (Marvel Comics) (Issues 3-4) in colour
- The Iron Legion (graphic novel) a series of graphic novels (published in 2004), reprinting, as original, cleaned up comic strips covering strips from Doctor Who Weekly in B&W.
- Doctor Who Classics Omnibus Volume 1