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Third Doctor comic stories appeared in Doctor Who annuals, TV Comic, TV Action, Doctor Who Magazine, and Doctor Who: The Third Doctor.

Comic strip companions of the Third Doctor Edit

Regular Edit

One-off Edit

Third Doctor comic strip stories Edit

  • Many of the early comic strip stories did not have individual story titles so there is no "correct" title for many of the strips. Commentary and listings from older sources may use variant titles.
  • The titles given below conform to widely accepted titles (as referenced by Jean-Marc Lofficier and revised by John Ainsworth (comic historian)). The titles below were also adopted and used by Doctor Who Magazine and throughout Doctor Who Classic Comics (to which John Ainsworth was a major contributer).
  • The titles used below are firstly taken from the strip itself or from titles given by the preceding issue. In some cases the writer/artist has been able to provide a title for a given piece of work.
  • The listing below shows first publication details only. Reprint details can be found by following the story links.

Polystyle Edit

TV Comic (1970-1971) Edit

With the Brigadier and UNIT
With Liz Shaw and UNIT
Travelling alone

Countdown/TV Action (1971-1973) Edit

Travelling alone

TV Comic (1973-1975) Edit

Travelling with Arnold
Travelling alone

TV Comic specials Edit

TV Comic Holiday Edit

TV Comic Annual Edit

TV Action Annual Edit

Polystyle specials Edit

Doctor Who Magazine Edit

Doctor Who annuals Edit

 IDW Publishing Edit

Miniseries Edit

Doctor Who (2012) Edit

  • Dead Man's Hand (DW12 15 featuring Matrix projections of the first eleven Doctors and the War Doctor)

Prisoners of Time Edit

Doctor Who: The Third Doctor Edit

Main Edit

Backup Edit

External links Edit

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