*Dell: Until the 1970’s, Doctor Who was almost purely a UK phenomenon, with very few appearances in the American media; but one notable exception was the Dell one-shot in their Movie Classics series, Dr. Who and The Daleks, which adapted (courtesy of the artistic talents of Dick Giordano and Sal Trapani) the movie of the same name starring Peter Cushing, somewhat inexplicably, as the peripatetic Time Lord, accompanied by variations on his earliest companions bearing scant resemblance to their televisual selves. Shall we dub this the Earth-2 version and leave it at that? Be that as it may; this is an exceptionally rare item in any grade, with huge crossover appeal even to non-comics readers, for obvious reasons. We’ve actually seen fewer of this in our decades of trading than we have Fantastic Four #1, to give you an idea of its scarcity. This copy is pence-stamped, and graded by us at VG+; would grade higher but for light browning of interior page margins and a tiny chip at the top cover edge, visible in the accompanying photo. Offered for £100, and we suspect bargainaceous at the price!