- By Steve Moore Steve Dillon David Lloyd Ben Aaronovitch Richard Starkings John Tomlinson Lee Sullivan

Doctor Who: Abslom Daak, Dalek Killer

  • Title: Doctor Who: Abslom Daak, Dalek Killer
  • Author: Steve Moore Steve Dillon David Lloyd Ben Aaronovitch Richard Starkings John Tomlinson Lee Sullivan
  • ISBN: 9781854001139
  • Page: 175
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Doctor Who Abslom Daak Dalek Killer The Daleks in the twenty sixth century their very name strikes terror into the hearts of billions across the galaxy Encased in their metal shells driven by an unrelenting quest for power their sole

    The Daleks in the twenty sixth century, their very name strikes terror into the hearts of billions across the galaxy Encased in their metal shells, driven by an unrelenting quest for power, their sole aim is domination of the entire universe Abslom Daak Dalek Killer a condemned murderer, set against the Dalek race in a vicious guerrilla war by a war weary Earth empireThe Daleks in the twenty sixth century, their very name strikes terror into the hearts of billions across the galaxy Encased in their metal shells, driven by an unrelenting quest for power, their sole aim is domination of the entire universe Abslom Daak Dalek Killer a condemned murderer, set against the Dalek race in a vicious guerrilla war by a war weary Earth empire.The Daleks cold blooded, driven by hatred.Abslom Daak driven by blood lust and a death wish.When chain sword meets polycarbide armor, the results are devastating

    1 thought on “Doctor Who: Abslom Daak, Dalek Killer

    1. The initial strip is fun, mainly because it’s full of Dalek killing [7/10]. The Star Tiger strips miss most of that, and though they could have been the basis of a fun long-term script, we never really get there [6+/10]. Though it covers a good plot point, the prose short story is quite badly written [2/10]. The final story, “Nemesis of the Daleks”, from years after the others is (finally) the appropriate bookend to those original Daak stories. We see more of his tin-butt-kicking and get a [...]

    2. In the future condemned criminals are given a choice 'we can execute you now or we can drop you on a planet full of Daleks and you kill as many of them as you can before you die anyway.'Violent, action packed, odd spin off from the Doctor Who comic as sword weiling Absolon Daak finds his path in life. He is a bad man and pretty unrependent about it, but finds purpose in life by deciding he will kill as many Daleks as he can before they take him out.This volume collects several stories, the first [...]

    3. A terrific bit of Doctor Who. This is the story of a condemned and convicted man, who is given the choice: death or Dalek killer. Dak choses the later and this collected anthology of strips originally printed in Doctor Who Magazine is off on a series of adventures that find him falling in love and later on a quest to avenge his love's death by the Daleks. Wonderfully written original stories that ads some hard edge to the universe of Doctor Who.

    4. A collection of comics that ran in Doctor Who monthly. Abslom Daak was found guilty of multiple crimes, including murder, and sentenced to death by being sent to a planet over run by Daleks. There he found he true calling in life, destroying Daleks. There's nothing special here, though it would be interesting to see this character created for the current television series.

    5. An awesome, action packed graphic novel featuring the biggest bad ass in the Doctor Who universe. There are only two downsides here. The first is that the accent for Draconians and Ice Warriors is mixed up. Second, the 7th Doctor's characterization seems a little off. Still, a must for carnage junkies.

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