|Doctor Who? 1989, Doctor Who Magazine Issue 149
Comic strip synopses are from Doctor Who - The Terrestrial Index by Jean-Marc Lofficer except for Descendance / Ascendance. Thanks to Peter Adamson for Radio Times strip information.
(1976, TV Comic Issues 1280-1286)
Writer/Artist: John Canning
A Martian Scartig infiltrates a space project and launches a device in orbit which will stop Earth's rotation unless his demands are met.
* The Martian mentioned is probably not an
Ice Warrior but some other "Martian".
(1980, Doctor Who Weekly Issues 15-16)
Writer: Steve Moore Artist: David Lloyd
Looking for Trisilicate, the Ice Warriors land on Yama-10. There, they fight the Cybermen to mutual extermination.
(1988, Doctor Who Monthly Issues 27-30 and 44-46)
Writer: Steve Moore Artist: Steve Dillion
(Issues 27-30) Prince Salander of
Draconia teams up with Abslom Daak, Dalek-Killer, and is forced to flee from his planet.
The two of them embark on an expedition to recruit more companions...
(1983, Doctor Who Monthly Issues 78-83)
Writer: Steve Parkhouse Artist: Mick Austin
The Fifth Doctor leaves an alternative 1963 with Angus Goodman, an American fighter pilot, as his new companion and discovers that the Meddling Monk and the Ice Warriors have been manipulating time from their Arctic Base. The Doctor succeeds in defeating them with some help from the paramilitary SAG commando.
|A Cold Day in Hell:
(1988, Doctor Who Magazine Issues 130-133)
Writer: Simon Furman Artist: Tim Perkins
The Ice Warriors turn A-Lux, a pleasure planet, into an iceworld, from which they plan to attack the Federation. The Seventh Doctor teams up with a Dreilyn heat vampire to defeat them. Afterwards, Frobisher, the shape-shifter cum penguin, chooses to stay on the planet.
Nemesis of the Daleks:
The Seventh Doctor teams up with Abslom Daak to confront the Emperor Dalek and stave off Operation Genocide. Daak sacrifices his life to destroy the Daleks' Death Wheel.
Emperor of the Daleks:
The rumor of the deaths of Daak, Hamma the Ice Warrior and Prince Salander of Draconia in Nemesis of the Daleks would seem to be premature. All make an appearance in this strip.
Descendance / Ascendance:
The Eighth Doctor and companion Stacy Townsend travel back to an "interesting point" in Martian history. There they observe an Ice Lord practicing the Ritual of Tuburr. A squad of Ice Warriors discovers the pair and threatens them with death.Risstaal, the leader of the squad, is convinced that the Doctor and Stacy pose no threat and meant no disrespect. The Martian explains that he and his Warriors, Tusstokk and Ssard, are charged with protecting Lord Izaxyrl until he has completed the Ritual of Tuburr. Suddenly a force of rival Ice Warriors attack...
The time-travelers join with Izaxyrl, Risstaal and Ssard to find out what is happening on the red planet. The group soon discovers that the Martian Queen is behind the all problems. With aid from the Doctor, they put a stop to her plans. Ssard joins the Doctor and Stacy on their travels.
(1996, The Radio Times Issues ???)
Writer: Gary Russell Artist: Lee Sullivan
Strip author Gary Russell planned another strip featuring Stacy and Ssard. Click Here for a quote from Russell about the unmade strip. Stacy and Ssard also made a guest appearance in the novel Placebo Effect.
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