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Fifth Doctor comic stories were published in Doctor Who Monthly (later The Official Doctor Who Magazine) during Peter Davison's tenure as the Fifth Doctor.

Doctor Who Monthly launched the Fifth Doctor's comic strip adventures with the Doctor travelling on his own. Later a number of new and familiar characters were included. (These decisions were largely determined by the issue of image rights.)

The Fifth Doctor's original DWM run of six stories published from DWM 61 to DWM 87 contained no direct connections to the televised adventures of the Fifth Doctor beyond the Doctor appearing as he did on TV. Stories in the first half of the original run featured the village of Stockbridge, while stories in the second half featured Angus Goodman. The sixth story, The Moderator began a storyline which continued into The Shape Shifter, the first Sixth Doctor comic story.

One Fifth Doctor comic was published outside of DWM during the time that the Fifth Doctor was the "current" Doctor: On the Planet Isopterus in Doctor Who Annual 1983.

While Doctor Who Magazine, as the magazine was later known, mostly used the current Doctor in the regular comic strip adventures, Fifth Doctor comic strip stories have appeared from time to time in the regular magazine, specials and in other publications since his television retirement.

Comic strip companions of the Fifth Doctor[]

Regular[]

One-off[]

Fifth Doctor comic stories[]

Doctor Who Monthly/The Official Doctor Who Magazine/Doctor Who Magazine[]

Title Writer Featuring Printed in Released
The Tides of Time Steve Parkhouse Shayde, Sir Justin of Wells, Rassilon 61-67 14 January - 8 July 1982
Stars Fell on Stockbridge Maxwell Edison 68-69 12 August - 9 September 1982
The Stockbridge Horror Shayde 70-75 14 October 1982 - 10 March 1983
Lunar Lagoon Angus Goodman 76-77 14 April - 12 May 1983
4-Dimensional Vistas Angus Goodman, First Monk, Ice Warriors 78-83 9 June - 10 November 1983
The Moderator Angus Goodman, Josiah W. Dogbolter, Hob 84, 86-87 8 December 1983, 9 February - 8 March 1984
Time & Time Again Paul Cornell Seventh Doctor, Ace, Benny, First Doctor, Second Doctor, Third Doctor, Fourth Doctor, Sixth Doctor, Susan, Jamie, Zoe, Adric, Frobisher, White Guardian, Black Guardian 207 25 November 1993
The Lunar Strangers Gareth Roberts Tegan, Turlough 215-217 7 July - 1 September 1994
The Curse of the Scarab Alan Barnes Peri 228-230 6 July - 31 August 1995

Doctor Who Annuals[]

 IDW Publishing[]

Miniseries[]

Doctor Who (2012)[]

Title Writer Featuring Printed in Released
Dead Man's Hand Tony Lee DW12 13 - 16 18 September - 4 December 2013

Prisoners of Time[]

Titan Comics[]

Miniseries[]

Back-up strips[]

External links[]

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