*Dell: I remember as a youngster going to see the Dr. Who and the Daleks film in 1965, and the thrill of seeing the Daleks in colour. Even then, I recall being puzzled by the fact that this Dr. Who (Peter Cushing) was not William Hartnell (this was before the days of regenerations). But without worrying about canon, the film was one to enjoy in its own right, adapting Terry Nation’s very first Dalek story from the TV series. Equally enjoyable is the adaptation of the same story in the first American comic (from 1966) to feature the franchise. Co-scripted by Terry Nation with art by Dick Giordano and Sal Tapani. This copy has a worn cover, but is intact except for a small chip out of the bottom right corner edge with a small crease above it. Off top staple, but otherwise tight and flat; very nice page quality. There are the remnants of a small water stain at the back left cover edge and in the margin of the last few pages, but overall an iconic comic that presents well and something I think we’ve only seen once before in 30 years.
PICTURED: DELL MOVIE CLASSIC 12-190-612 DR WHO AND THE DALEKS VG- £100 SOLD