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|The Dalek Outer Space Book|
|Written by:||Terry Nation & Brad Ashton|
|Publisher:||Souvenir Press Ltd, Panther Books Ltd|
|Release date:||8 September 1966|
|Format:||Hardcover 96 pages|
|The Dalek World||Terry Nation's Dalek Annual 1976|
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.
- The Dalek Trap
- The Outlaw Planet
- Sara Kingdom: Space Security Agent
- The Living Death
- The Super Sub
- The Secret of the Emperor
- The Sea Monsters
- The Unwilling Traveller
- Chris Welkin-Planeteer (reprint of a newspaper comic strip)
- Diamond Dust
- The Brain Tappers
- 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
- 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.