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Star Tigers
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Notes:
The title "Star Tigers" is a somewhat confusing one in the history of Doctor Who Magazine (and, therefore every other title that reprinted from DWM). There are in fact two story lines that bear the same name, share the same characters, and use many of the same situations. But the story in issues #27-30 is not continued in #44-46 so much as it's "sequelized". Because issue #44 is not really "Part 5" of "Star Tigers", but really "Part 1" of a new story, we've created a story arc called "Star Tigers II" for the segments in #44-46. In strict point of fact, though, both runs are entitled, "Star Tigers" in the magazine itself.

This fact led the American wing of Marvel to print all 7 parts back-to-back in Doctor Who (1984), leaving many with the impression that it's all one, big storyline. It's not.



Issues (7):
Abslom Daak - Dalek Killer (1990) TPB
Doctor Who (1984) #9
Doctor Who (1984) #10
Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #27
Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #28
Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #29
Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #30

Characters appearing in this story arc ():
Daleks (various)
The Doctor (Doctor Who)(04)
Abslom Daak
Salander
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