The Daleks single page comic strip. Sixteen stories / one hundred and four instalments. 19651967. Century 21 Publishing / City Magazines Ltd. The strip appeared in full colour on the rear page of the comic. Although credited to Terry Nation (the creator of the Dalek concept for the BBC Doctor Who programme) his contribution to the writing, if any, is unclear. In an interview for Doctor Who Classic Comics the first editor of TV Century 21, Alan Fennell, stated that he (Fennell) was primarily responsible for the initial two or three stories. David Whitaker (the original script editor for the Doctor Who television programme) then took over, with Fennell retaining plot approval and providing some story input thereafter. As originally published the sixteen stories comprising the strip had no individual titles. Those given in this article have come into common use, being the result of research by Big Finish Productions' producer, director, script-editor and voice actor John Ainsworth.
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