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TV Comic (1951) - #748
TV Publications, Ltd.


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Cover Date: April 16 1966
Cover Price: UK £ 0.03

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Format: Color; Anthology

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The Trodos Tyranny

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John Canning

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John Canning takes over as the artist on the Doctor Who strip. He would continue until issue 999, when the Third Doctor adventures moved to Countdown. He would again return to the world of Doctor Who when the strip returned to the pages of TV Comic. Though he didn't immediately jump back onto the strip after that return, he would, appropriately enough, be the last artist to work on Doctor Who in the pages of TV Comic. Ultimately, he brought the Fourth Doctor comic strips to a close, just prior to Marvel's acquisition of the comic rights to Doctor Who, and the start of Doctor Who Weekly Magazine.

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