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{{Infobox Story |image= Sub_Zero.jpg |series=TVA comic stories |doctor= Third Doctor |companions= |enemy= Daleks |setting= Antarctica and Australia, 1970s |writer= Dennis Hooper |artist= Gerry Haylock |editor= |colourist= |letterer= |publication= TV Action 47-54 |release date= 8 January - 26 February 1972 |publisher= Polystyle |reprint = DWCC 5]], [[Sub Zero (graphic novel)|*Sub Zero |format= Comic - 8 parts (16 pages) |prev= The Eternal Present (comic story) |next= The Planet of the Daleks (comic story) }} *Sub Zero was a Third Doctor comic story published in TV Action.

Summary

The Daleks steal an atomic submarine and launch its missiles at Sydney, Australia. They plan to establish a base in the ruins, convert the survivors into Daleks, then destroy the rest of the world!

Characters

References

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Notes

  • This is the only known Doctor Who story to begin with a typographical symbol — in this case, an asterisk — instead of an alphabetic or numeric character.

Continuity

  • Sydney Harbour Bridge was apparently rebuilt, as it was seen to be whole again in TV: Journey's End.

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