Probably the best example is Steven Moffat’s Curse of Fatal Death, the 1999 Comic Relief sketch with Rowan Atkinson as the alternative ninth Doctor. But some of you have missed a light heated and rather amusing adventure that was written for Mad magazine back in the 70’s.
Thankfully The Magic Whistle, a hilarious blog site with some wonderful illustrations, has managed to find the specific copy which features not only a fantastic Doctor Who related front cover but also a comic strip entitled Doctor Ooh.
With his companions Squarer and Hairy, the Doctor stumbles upon a Galactic Preservation Centre which is holding several talented people from history in suspended animation. Which in itself is not actually the worst idea for the beginning of a story.
Featuring famailiar enemies and multiple Doctors, this is a light heated poke at Doctor Who and some of its foibles. It’s also written by Steve Parkhouse from the Doctor Who comic series that started a few years later!
(With thanks to Matt)
Visit http://themagicwhistle.blogspot.com/2012/02/british-mad.html to see the artwork and to read the comic strip in full.