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The Dalek Outer Space Book
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Written by: Terry Nation & Brad Ashton
Publisher: Souvenir Press Ltd, Panther Books Ltd
Release date: 8 September 1966
Format: Hardcover 96 pages
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Published in 1966, The Dalek Outer Space Book by Terry Nation and Brad Ashton was the third and final of what have come to be known as "the 1960s Dalek annuals". It was most notable for featuring the exploits of Sara Kingdom and the Space Security Service, then only recently introduced in TV: The Daleks' Master Plan.

Original story art was by Richard Jennings, Leslie Waller, and John Woods but none of the stories were individually credited. Except where artwork was signed, who did what was a matter of speculation.

Contents Edit

Stories Edit

Features Edit

  • Dalek Saturn Probe
  • The Strata of Skaro
  • Dalekwiz (Dalek Quiz)
  • Top Secret-Incorporating:-
  • SSS Chain of Command
  • SSS Weaponry
  • Who is Sara Kingdom?
  • SSS Headquarters
  • Mystery Message From Space
  • The Emperor's Brain
  • The Evolution of Planet Skaro
  • Man in Space
  • Space Aptitude Test
  • The Great Mercury Plot

Note Edit

  • Despite being seen in two different illustration, Agent "Seven" — a sort of prototype for Mark Seven of The Destroyers — is only mentioned in the short story The Outlaw Planet. This "Seven" is not, however, the same as Mark Seven, the second-in-command of the ADF who was a regular in the 1970s Dalek annuals. This version of the character doesn't at all look the same as his ADF counterpart. For a start, he's got dark hair, whereas the Mark Seven of the ADF is consistently depicted as being blonde. Also, he's always called Agent "Seven" (including quotation marks) in this volume — never Mark Seven or Mark 7, like the 1970s character.

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