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|name= Warlord of the Ogrons
 
 
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|series=[[DWM backup comic stories]]
 
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|artist= [[Steve Dillon]]
 
|artist= [[Steve Dillon]]
 
|colourist= [[Paul Vyse]] for reprint [[DWCC 26]]
 
|colourist= [[Paul Vyse]] for reprint [[DWCC 26]]
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|publication= [[Doctor Who Weekly]] [[DWM 13|Issue 13]] to [[DWM 14|14]]
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|publication= ''[[Doctor Who Weekly]]'' [[DWM 13|Issue 13]] to [[DWM 14|14]]
|release date= [[9 January (releases)|9 January]]-[[16 January (releases)|16 January]] [[1980]]
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|release date= [[9 January (releases)|9 January]]-[[16 January (releases)|16 January]] 1980
 
|publisher= Marvel Comics
 
|publisher= Marvel Comics
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|reprint=DWCC 26
 
|format= B&W 2 parts / 8 pages
 
|format= B&W 2 parts / 8 pages
 
|prev= K-9's Finest Hour (comic story)
 
|prev= K-9's Finest Hour (comic story)
 
|next= Deathworld (comic story)
 
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'''''Warlord of the Ogrons''''' was a comic story published in ''[[Doctor Who Weekly]]''. It was written by [[Steve Moore]].
   
 
== Summary ==
 
== Summary ==
Arriving on the [[Ogron]] home world, [[Dr]] [[Linus Leofrix]] and [[Rostow]] capture [[Gnork]], an Ogron. Their intention is to use their banned brain implant technology to increase Gnork's intelligence and raise an army of super-soldiers big enough to conquer half the Galaxy! Sent out to beat the Ogron leader [[Gwunn]] and gather an army, Gnork uses his new intelligence to trap Leofrix and Rostow on the planet (along with Gwunn) while he escapes in their spacecraft to raise an army of his own.
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Arriving on the [[Ogron]] home world, [[Dr]] [[Linus Leofrix]] and [[Rostow]] capture [[Gnork]], an Ogron. Their intention is to use their banned brain implant technology to increase Gnork's intelligence and raise an army of super-soldiers big enough to conquer half the galaxy! Sent out to beat the Ogron leader [[Gwunn]] and gather an army, Gnork uses his new intelligence to strand Leofrix and Rostow on the planet along with Gwunn, while he escapes in their spacecraft to raise an army of his own.
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== Plot ==
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== Characters ==
 
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== References ==
 
== References ==
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== Notes ==
 
== Notes ==
:* This backup strip is tailed by the Fourth Doctor only for the Part Two conclusion.
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* This backup strip is tailed by the [[Fourth Doctor]] only for the part two conclusion.
   
 
=== Original print details ===
 
=== Original print details ===
 
:Publication with page count and closing captions
 
:Publication with page count and closing captions
# [[DWM 13]] (4) End of Part One.
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# [[DWM 13]] (4) End of Part One.
# [[DWM 14]] (4) The End.
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# [[DWM 14]] (4) The End.
   
 
=== Reprints ===
 
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== Continuity ==
 
== Continuity ==
 
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[[Category:DWM backup comic stories]]

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Warlord of the Ogrons was a comic story published in Doctor Who Weekly. It was written by Steve Moore.

Summary Edit

Arriving on the Ogron home world, Dr Linus Leofrix and Rostow capture Gnork, an Ogron. Their intention is to use their banned brain implant technology to increase Gnork's intelligence and raise an army of super-soldiers big enough to conquer half the galaxy! Sent out to beat the Ogron leader Gwunn and gather an army, Gnork uses his new intelligence to strand Leofrix and Rostow on the planet along with Gwunn, while he escapes in their spacecraft to raise an army of his own.

Plot Edit

to be added

Characters Edit

References Edit

to be added

Notes Edit

  • This backup strip is tailed by the Fourth Doctor only for the part two conclusion.

Original print details Edit

Publication with page count and closing captions
  1. DWM 13 (4) End of Part One.
  2. DWM 14 (4) The End.

Reprints Edit

  • Coloured and reprinted by Marvel in DW84 5.
  • Coloured and reprinted in DWCC 26.

Continuity Edit

to be added

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